Right before Para and Dox do their big flips for the Ryoku card, you can see a split second of the whole gang(with little Yugi) as they are before they are challenged. Oops!
when yugi uses his spell binding circle on gate gardian he says it makes the gardian 700 defense points weaker, but in every other episode when yugi uses the spell binding circle it makes the monster 700 attack points weaker
in this episode when joey uses copycat as ryokou, he takes half of the paradox brothers' lifepoints, which was 900, but when they are added to the black skull dragon's attack it only goes up 800 points, 3200 to 4000
Actually they showed BSD's ATK at 3100 go up 900 to 4000. They messed up on that.
When Yugi activated Spell-Binding Circle, he SAID it lowered Gate Guardian's DEF 700, but when he attacked with Summoned Skull (2500/1200) at Suijin (2500/2100) but Para lost 700 life points, meaning he actually WAS powered down by 700 ATK.
When Joey played Red-Eyes Black Dragon, Yugi played Polymerization, but how could he play that on Joey's turn?
When Suijin attacked Flame Swordsman powered up to 2500 ATK, why did Joey lose 300 life points?
When the Black Skull Dragon was summoned, the Paradox Brothers said that it couldn't move in the labyrinth. However, in the first episode of this trilogy, we saw that the Labyrinth wall was actually a monster card, and it was put down in defense mode with a defense of 3000. So why didn't Joey just have his Black Skull Dragon attack and destroy the Labyrinth wall, thus changing the rules of the field back to normal, and then giving Joey and Yugi the chance to just attack the Gate Guardian with no maze-related worries?
'Cause that wouldn't be dramatic.
CORRECTION: Even though Polymerization is not a Quick Play Magic card, the show makes the magic card be played in this manner.
When Joey drew Copycat, Copycat's level was shown as 5 but it is really a level 1.
Copycat is always shown as a level 5 Monster in the TV show.
The polymirisation(I think I spelt that right) is not a goof. A the end of Episode two, Yami plays two cards face down. At the start of episode three, he activates one of them, revealing it to be mirror force. Then later in the episode, he activates the other card (Spellbinding circle) and plays another face down card. Then later he activates that card, which is polymirisation.