The Simpsons

The Simpsons (1989)

4 mistakes in Last Exit to Springfield

Last Exit to Springfield - S4-E17

Continuity mistake: When we see McBain at the beginning of the episode, after shooting some people, the magazine falls out of the machine gun. But from the next shot onwards it is back in the gun.

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Last Exit to Springfield - S4-E17

Revealing mistake: When we see Lisa singing and playing the guitar for the second time, if you look to the right you can see a blue mark on the building that is behind her (On the middle turquoise stripe). It appears and disappears twice.

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Last Exit to Springfield - S4-E17

Continuity mistake: When Mr Burns is telling Homer to resign, he has glasses on in the first shot in the scene. However his glasses are on his desk the next shot onwards.

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Last Exit to Springfield - S4-E17

Continuity mistake: When the dentist shows Ralph the Big Book of British Smiles, he first shows him a picture of Sherlock Holmes with horrid teeth and all of his teeth are there. When Ralph starts getting terrified of it, it shows the same picture, but this time one of his teeth on the bottom right hand corner of his mouth is missing.

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