The Simpsons

Bart the Daredevil - S2-E8

Other mistake: After the boxing match, the boys start "boo-ing" to the TV, and for a few frames Lewis goes from black to yellow, then to black, causing a flashing effect. (00:02:45)

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Bart the Daredevil - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: The guardrail at the Springfield Gorge keeps changing between shots when Bart is about to make his big jump; in the first wide shot there is a short rail opposite the "stone ramp." Then in the Bart-POV shot from atop the ramp, the rail is much longer, and the parking lot and picnic area behind it have disappeared. And when Homer is actually jumping the gorge, the rail disappears altogether.

Bart the Daredevil - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: As Milhouse walks up to the TV to turn up the volume, Lewis is nowhere to be seen in a wide shot, but as Milhouse walks back over to the couch you can see Lewis sitting on the floor. (00:02:15)

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Bart the Daredevil - S2-E8

Audio problem: At the gorge, Nelson says, "Where is he? I thought he said noon!" But Milhouse's mouth is also accidentally lip synced to Nelson's dialogue.

The Cartridge Family - S9-E5

TV Announcer: The Continental Soccer Association is coming to Springfield. It's all here: fast kicking, low scoring. And ties? You bet.
Bart: Hey Dad, how come you've never taken us to see a soccer game?
Homer: I don't know.
TV Announcer: You'll see all your favorite soccer stars. Like Arriaga, Arriaga II, Barriaga, Aruglia, and Pizzozza.
Homer: Oh, I've never heard of those people.
TV Announcer: And they'll all be signing autographs.
Homer: Woohoo!
TV Announcer: This match will determine once and for all which nation is the greatest on Earth. Mexico or Portugal.

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Trivia: The Simpsons holds the record for most guest stars; it is also the only non-variety show to have had appearances from three former Beatles (Paul, George and Ringo).

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Answer: Willy referred to an encounter he believed he had with actual aliens, while Wiggum thought he was referring to the arcade game.

Answer: The joke is that Willie was so addicted to Space Invaders that he believed it was reality: every time he played, he was actually defending the Earth from dangerous aliens. It's a surprise to him that it was actually a game.

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