The Simpsons

Coming to Homerica - S20-E21

Revealing mistake: While Lou is talking to Chief Wiggum about having his belt stuck to a street sign, Lou's mouth disappears for a single frame.

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Coming to Homerica - S20-E21

Continuity mistake: When the wall is fully built, the people who put the wall up are several feet away from the rest of the people there. In the next shot, everyone is standing together.

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Coming to Homerica - S20-E21

Continuity mistake: When the police arrive at the gate, Chief Wiggum is in one car and Lou and Eddie are in another car. But in the next shot, Chief Wiggum and Eddie are in the same car.

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Coming to Homerica - S20-E21

Continuity mistake: When the fence between Springfield and Ogdenville is put up, Marge can be seen in a crowd behind all the people putting the fence up. In the next shot, Marge is next to the crowd of people who put the fence up.

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Coming to Homerica - S20-E21

Character mistake: Marge says Maggie's first word is in Ogdenvillian. However, in "Gump Roast" everyone watched a clip of Maggie saying her first word.

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Coming to Homerica - S20-E21

Other mistake: When Homer throws his beer bottle in the air and puts the gun in his mouth, the beer bottle doesn't even land.

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