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)

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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)

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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)

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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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Homer's brain: It's simple, just use reverse psycology.
Homer: Reverse psycology? That sounds too complicated.
Homer's brain: Alright, don't use reverse psycology.
Homer: Alright, I will!

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Trivia: Maggie scans as $847.63 in the supermarket at the beginning (not NRA4EVER, as Troy Maclure asserts in 3F31 "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular), the price it costs to feed and care for the average American baby every month.

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Question: Chief Wiggum says that Space Invaders was an addictive video game, and Groundskeeper Willie says, "Video game?" I don't understand why he is so shocked. Could someone help please?

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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