The Scooby Doo Show

Hang in There, Scooby-Doo - S2-E3

Continuity mistake: In the cavern, Scooby and Shaggy dig holes in the ground. The rest of the group notice a truck driven by the Pterodactyl going toward them. Discs and cassettes fall from it. The shot later, the stones behind them have disappeared and the pile of discs have a different shape.

Dr Wilson

Show generally

Continuity mistake: In the episode of Scooby movies where they meet the Three Stooges, Fred says that Velma is missing and they need to find her. When they go off to look for her they pass a window. Fred first, Daphne, then Velma (despite her being the one missing!), Shaggy, then Scooby.

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Vampire Bats and Scaredy Cats - S2-E2

Other mistake: When the Mystery Company find a torn paper in a coffin, it is written exo-6 and something else. They find later that exo is the first part of exotic. The way the paper was torn, you should be able to see the lower part of the missing letters.

Dr Wilson

The Ozark Witch Switch - S2-E6

Plot hole: The witch could surely tell it was the Scooby gang not actual ghosts as they didn't disguise their faces. That and she was still normal sized and able to speak when they dropped a frog costume on her.


The Spirits of '76 - S1-E3

Factual error: There's an exhibit in the Smithsonian Institute that shows Benedict Arnold, William Demont, and Major John Andre labeled as Famous American Traitors. One problem, Andre wasn't a traitor to America as he was a British officer to whom Benedict Arnold arranged to surrender West Point to during the war.


The Chiller Diller Movie Theater - S2-E4

Plot hole: Given Jim Moss, the studio chief, is already on the train, it makes no sense for him to have been in the coffin. That and how he managed to slip into it without being seen by the conductor or anyone else.


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