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"size_id" vs "sizes_id"
In the video, the INNER JOIN statement has "sizes_id" after the equals sign, but the column name is actually singular (size_id) instead of plural.
SELECT product_sku, size_id, size FROM `products_sizes` INNER JOIN sizes ON products_sizes.size_id = size_id WHERE product_sku=108 ORDER by `order`