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The Otto Show - S3-E22

Continuity mistake: Just after Bart has played the guitar in the street, he picks up two books. Before Bart picks them up they are green but they instantly turn blue when he does pick them up. Then when he gets on the bus the books have disappeared completely.

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The Otto Show - S3-E22

Continuity mistake: Bart's guitar is lefthanded. So when the righthanded Otto plays it on the bus, the guitar is flipped over, with the little speaker on the top. But when Otto is playing it later in the garage, it is a normal righthanded guitar, with the little speaker on the bottom.

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The Otto Show - S3-E22

Continuity mistake: When Nelson asks Bart what song he is playing as they wait for the bus, Nelson's vest is orange and his shirt is bluish. However, when the bus arrives and Nelson goes to get on the bus his vest is now bluish and his shirt orange.

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