Corrected entry: Throughout the whole show, Homer indicates he has three religions. The first one where he becomes an astronaut, he says he is Christian. Then when he becomes a body guard for the mayor, he indicates he is Muslim when his instructor says he can't worship Muhammad and Homer replies, "Not even during Ramadan?" which is a holy day in Islam. And finally in "Bye, Bye Nerdy" he tells Apu he is Hindu.
Corrected entry: Bart asks Lisa how she knows so much about the Talmud. She credits her imaginary Jewish friend. But Bart was with Lisa in episode 3-6: "Like Father, Like Clown," when she made an extensive study of ancient Jewish texts. So Bart shouldn't need to ask the question in the first place, and Lisa's answer is incorrect, or at least incomplete.DavidK93
Corrected entry: The location of Evergreen Terrace and the Simpson home changes dramatically. In 'Homer the Great' the power plant car park runs past the Simpson's backyard while in the rest of the series its in the middle of a housing estate. In 'two bad neighbours' and other episodes there is a row of houses opposite the Simpsons, while in some episodes the Simpson's house is visible without opposite houses.