Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Real World: Part 1 - S3-E22

Other mistake: When Hebi learns of the Mogura (mole) Ninja's failed attempt to capture their prime target, Lord Noriyuki, the Ninja leader who delivers Tomoe Ame to him speaks only of "interference". But when Chizu is called forth, Hebi commands her to deal with the kame Ninja (meaning Leonardo) even though his presence was not verbally mentioned beforehand.

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Exodus: Part 1 - S3-E25

Other mistake: In the scene where Raphael and Michelangelo report from their ceiling vantage point, we see a hallway full of Foot ninjas. Strangely, we can see a brief shot of an Earth Protection Force trooper walking peacefully among amongst the Foot even though they are hostile to them. (00:07:50)

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