Audio problem: When Lisa rides past on her Pony, Ralph is sitting on the fence with another boy who says, 'She really tamed that horse', Ralph says, 'Yes but who can tame her?'. However he speaks with a deeper voice as opposed to his higher squeaky voice, and sounds exactly like Nelson Muntz.
Audio problem: In the episode where Homer is hosting gay marriages, at one point Homer is strangling Bart and tells Lisa to hold his spot. You can hear Lisa say, "Why you little," and you can hear Bart choking, but neither of their mouths is moving.
Add timeJack Kaltenbach
Audio problem: When Horst is checking the power plant, he sees some radioactive liquid pouring out of the chimney, he says "That shouldn't be" but his mouth doesn't move when he says "be". When he spots the raccoons he speaks but his mouth does not move at all. And at the end when Mr Burns is mocking the German men, Horst says "Burns, stop it." but his mouth doesn't move.
Audio problem: Ms. Krabappel is telling Bart about the laundry list of sicknesses he had to get out of the test. You can see her mouth doesn't match up when she mentions "...and that unfortunate case of rabies." The studio actually changed what Ms. Krabappel originally said which was "and that unfortunate case of "Tourette's Syndrome." [Some reports say that the original line of Tourette's Syndrome was left in syndications in certain areas. On the DVD version the rabies line has been used].
Audio problem: When Homer is putting Christmas lights around the outside of the house, he falls from the roof. You can then hear Lisa and Bart sarcastically clap. But you can see they both have their hands by their side, and no-one is clapping.
Audio problem: In Declan Desmond's film of Springfield Elementary shown at the end, Kearney and Dolph start beating Jimbo up. After Kearney says "Sellout," he says "Yuppie" in Dolph's voice. Then Dolph says "Soccer Mom" but in Kearney's voice.
Audio problem: When Principal Skinner is watching the kids throw the books in the fire, someone goes to throw Huckleberry Finn into the fire. He says "Not Huck Finn. I spent hours crossing out the sass-back." While he says this, his lips don't sync with the words.
Audio problem: After Homer puts the old milk in the fridge and Bart takes a drink from it you will then see Marge use a fork to take the milk out of the carton. Marge says "woof" but her mouth does not move in sequence with the audio.
Add timeJames Warrender
Audio problem: When Marge is running errands, Homer gives her his bowling ball with a bottle cap stuck in a hole. She then takes it to Nicks. When he says, "Sorry lady, you've got the wrong Nicks," he shakes his head and makes an "Ohh" shape with his mouth, not saying anything.
Audio problem: In the scene where the Be Sharps first sing "Coney Island Babe" (I don't know what the song's really called) at Moe's, Skinner sings the rhythm. But when they sing the last few lines, you can still hear Skinner's part, but his mouth is moving like the rest of the group.
Audio problem: In the scene where Lisa is presenting her bully repellant at the 'Big Science Thing', when she first walks onstage there are murmurs of disapproval among the scientists, in which you can hear one of them saying, "Let's not listen". But after Lisa sprays the repellant on herself and stops Francine in her tracks, the scientists start murmuring in astonishment. However, if you listen closely, you'll hear the same recording of someone saying, "Let's not listen".
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