Continuity mistake: When the bad guys from Sweetwater county try to steal Boss' safe, you see them pushing it up a ramp into the pickup truck. But in the next shot, when Daisy calls the operator, the safe is in the corner. And when Bo and Luke go to untie Daisy, the safe is gone.
Plot hole: The logistics of the episode don't really make sense; Amuro's home village is held by (literally) a handful of Earth soldiers cut from their main force and that spend their time getting drunk and acting as occupation force, but Zeon has a full base (again, literally, almost) next door that sends reconnaissance troops and even aircraft to check for any activity at the refugee camp. There's no reason why the undisciplined and free soldiers would stay in such a dangerous position where they could be wiped out by overwhelming forces anytime, nor why Zeon would keep a pocket of the enemy forces that they can crush with ridiculous ease.
Plot hole: It's all very well for Albert to humm "bzz-bzz" to indicate that he has been eating too much Royal Jelly and is no longer entirely human. But "bzz" is just the noise of bees flying, it's not a sound that they deliberately produce. It makes no sense to SAY "bzz." Suppose he was turning into a horse instead, then he might say "Whinny!", but he wouldn't say "Clip clop clip clop."
Continuity mistake: At the Chequers meeting in early 1944, Sir Bernard Montgomery is wearing the rank insignia of a field marshal. In the later meeting with the King in which the D-Day plans are announced, he is correctly wearing that of the lower rank of general. In fact, Montgomery was promoted from general to field marshal on 1 September 1944, nearly three months after D-Day.