Plot hole: At the theatre in the "King Homer" bit, the audience are treated to a traditional showgirl spectacle. But the girls have no curtain behind them, and so the audience should have seen Homer the ape, but they act completely surprised a minute later when Homer comes on.
Continuity mistake: When Homer returns from work to get the cat out of the plug socket, he removes the plug socket cover without removing any of the plugs, but when Homer realises that the cat is in the ceiling, both the plug socket cover and the plugs have now been removed from the wall.
Character mistake: When Martin Prince supposedly represents Finland's culture for their recreation of the U.N at the Model U.N. Club Martin's outfit is not in fact a Finnish national costume. The outfit he is wearing actually resembles a traditional Sámi outfit. The Sámi people are the indigenous people living in Northern Europe. The specific style of Martin's outfit has characteristics that are more typical to the Sámi on the Swedish side of Sápmi.
Continuity mistake: When Roofi is singing at the concert, the Roofi head on the curtain is facing the left. Later, it is facing the right.