The Simpsons

The Boy Who Knew Too Much - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: Hans Moleman's clothes change from white to black during the trial.

00:12:05 - 00:13:25

Dr Wilson

The Boy Who Knew Too Much - S5-E20

Factual error: Apu (an immigrant from India) could not have been selected for the jury because he is not an American citizen, and this was before he became a naturalized citizen in "Much Apu About Nothing".

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The Boy Who Knew Too Much - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: During the trial, when Freddy Quimby's lawyer is asking him to come to the front, the flag to the right of the judge disappears during one shot.

00:13:40

Dr Wilson

The Boy Who Knew Too Much - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: The American flag at the judge's right transforms to a plain white flag during the trial.

00:12:50 - 00:13:25

Dr Wilson

The Boy Who Knew Too Much - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: When Homer and Bart see each other skipping work/school, Homer is eating a donut then drops it on the pavement when he sees Bart. In the next shot of both of them the donut has disappeared.

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