Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
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Suggested correction: "Wirewolf" originally aired on October 28, 2000 while "Revenge of the Monsters" originally aired on November 14, 2000. In the context of the show, there's no continuity mistake. When they reordered the show and put them into Season 1 and Season 2, the first 7 episodes of season 2 are out of order (according to original air date). For example, s02e01 aired after s01e14.


Even though "Revenge of the Monsters" aired on November 14, 2000, and as a season one episode, the episode "Wirewolf" is a Season two episode so it still constitutes as a continuity error.

No. You missed the point completely. "Wirewolf" was produced BEFORE (production code 011) "Revenge of the Monsters" (production code 045). Therefore, there is no continuity error for the show. The order of the episodes were then later changed, which isn't the fault of the show. If you watch the episodes in order they were produced instead of the order they're listed in IMDB, there isn't a mistake.


Wirewolf - S2-E3

Continuity mistake: Every time Ty turns into the Wirewolf, his clothes are always gone but, whenever he becomes normal again, he is seen wearing the shredded remnants of his clothes. Also, at the end of the episode, when the moon is destroyed, Ty becomes human again and not only is he wearing his Star Command uniform, sans sleeves, he's also wearing his helmet which is impossible as it was smashed.

Buzz: There seems to be no sign of intelligent life anywhere.

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