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Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em - S18-E3

Continuity mistake: It is revealed that Bart is very allergic to shrimp. However, in "The Frying Game" (where Marge and Homer get "framed" for a murder and end up on "Frame Up"), Bart says he was in the green room and that he "ate so much shrimp."

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Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em - S18-E3

Continuity mistake: As the workmen begin to leave site after hearing that Homer is unable to pay them, a couple of tools are dropped on the ground; however, in the following shot, facing back towards the cabinet where Homer is hiding, the tools have disappeared.

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Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em - S18-E3

Continuity mistake: In this episode Principal Skinner breaks into Bart's doctors office to find out if Bart has a 'kryptonite'. Bart discovered Skinner was allergic to peanuts. On Bart's medical history form under 'known allergies' it has shrimp ticked (they later battle with shrimp and peanut on a stick). However in a previous episode (The Heartbroke Kid, season 16 episode 17) it was discovered that he was allergic to cauliflower, so that should have been on the list as well.

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