There's something I don't get- how did Hacker use the kids to hack Motherboard in episode 1? They pressed some buttons, overloaded a circuit and SOMEHOW, that caused a tiny flux of cyberific (ugh I made up a word) that overloads the entire internet's... god?
Motherboard being the cyberspace equivalent of a god cannot be defeated in cyberspace...however in the real world she is nothing more than a computer program. Hacker having once work for Motherboard and help maintain her probably figure out a way to manipulate the real world computer systems to make Motherboard...but only for a brief period(otherwise he could have just make another virus to use against her). Hacker probably spent years trying to do this.
This would count as Complaining about Shows You Don't Watch, but I do: the sheer abuse of the word "cyber" as a prefix for, well, everything. Granted, inside a computer environment things should scale to be smaller, but still.
Cyborg Cybology (yes, I did that on purpose): Good gods, where to begin? Well, you're technically going to live forever, so why bother having kids? For that matter, how exactly does this whole kids having thing work? There are denizens who are clearly robotic, others who look like hybrids, and yet others who seem organic. How organic are "borgs"?
In the episode "Hackerized", the kids could only be outside for three minutes at a time, so they trained to climb Climber's Rock within 3 minutes. But they didn't account for actually running over to the rock from the shelter, which would have eaten up some of their time limit.
I think this was given as the reason Matt first failed when he tried to climb the rock (that and being really stubborn).
Slider.. I watched this show for years, and I don't remember that kid at all.
Slider is a native of a site called Radopolis. He first appeared in Borg of the Ring. He had a story arc where he looked for his father who had gone underground after Hacker tried to blackmail him. Eventually the Cyber Squad helped Slider find his father. They reunited and returned to Radopolis where they run a coolant-changing shop for cars.
In the episode, "Totally Rad", the kids face off against Hacker in a skating competition. What it boils down to is that if Team Motherboard loses, Inez has to become Hacker's cheerleader. Disregarding the creepiness of the situation, why does Hacker want Inez in particular?
She has spirit; she was being a really good cheerleader a few minutes before he calls her out. Not that that makes it less creepy to older viewers.
The biggest headscratcher for this troper with that episode is the fact that all Hacker had to do to take over Radopolis was basically steal the crown, ignoring the fact that not only do the citizens obviously outnumber Hacker and his TWO minions and that Hacker has never displayed any type of special powers or skills in battle so the citizens could have just could easily mobbed up on them and take the crown back, why does merely having the crown make one the king or queen of Radopolis?
In one episode, Hacker gets arrested because his piece of land (supposedly) violates the area limit. He gets out in the end, but that gets one thinking... why didn't he STAY in jail? This was relatively early on in the show, but he basically attempted to ASSASSINATE Mother Board in the very first episode! They try to justify it by saying how Hacker has the antidote to Mother Board's virus, and if Hacker stays in jail he won't give that info up. Uh, kids, he's NEVER going to give that info up, whether or not he's incarcerated! If Hacker stays in jail, at least finding a new chip would be a lot easier.
Odds are they dont have proof. Considering that people in cyberspace have right to trial they dont have any evidence, after all no one was looking at that time or video tape it.
Not only do they not have proof, does that particular Cybersite have any jurisdiction over him besides the ordinance violation? You can only arrest someone for the laws you have, after all.
In the episode where they are on the island where everything is 10 times bigger, they determine the proportion by comparing their own size to that of a giant kid. The problem I have is that the giant kid is stated to be the smallest in his class, so he isn't average-sized like Matt. Their proportions should be wrong.
Though they never bring it up, to quote Inez in the estimation episode, "close enough is good enough". Plus Matt and Jackie both use "about" to describe the proportions. Here's a paraphrased but still close rendition of what they said.
Matt: "Back at home, the doorknob usually comes up to about my waist."