The Simpsons

The Simpsons (1989)

5 mistakes in Three Men and a Comic Book

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Three Men and a Comic Book - S2-E21

Continuity mistake: When Martin is tied to the chair near the end of the episode, the number of ropes tied to him change from four, then to three, and then back to four.

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Three Men and a Comic Book - S2-E21

Continuity mistake: When Martin is tied up in the treehouse, at one point Bart takes the brick off the comic book and sets it down near Martin. When Bart and Millhouse fight, the brick disappears.

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Three Men and a Comic Book - S2-E21

Continuity mistake: When Bart, Martin and Milhouse start to fight, the Radioactiveman issue 1 that they were protecting has disappeared from the table. Then when Marge brings up some food, they all start eating. The table has disappeared altogether.

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Three Men and a Comic Book - S2-E21

Continuity mistake: When there is a rotating shot of Bart, Martin and Milhouse up in the treehouse, the shot never goes past the table, even though it should.

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Three Men and a Comic Book - S2-E21

Audio problem: When Homer offers to take the family to Krusty Burger, Lisa is heard cheering, even though her mouth is closed.

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