Starring: Dan Castellaneta, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer, Julie Kavner, Kelsey Grammer, Nancy Cartwright, Phil Hartman, Yeardley Smith
Genres: Animated, Comedy
Fear of Flying - S6-E11
Continuity mistake: When Homer and Marge are on the plane, they both have seat belts on. However, when Marge gets up to run up and down the plane, both seat belts have disappeared.
Continuity mistake: When Moe gets bitten by the snake in the cash register, he has bites all over his hand. But in the next shot when Barney sets him on fire, all the bite marks are gone.
Continuity mistake: When Homer is kicked out of Moe's the window behind Homer suddenly opens so Moe can throw the record out.
Continuity mistake: When the plane takes off without them, you see that the Simpsons are only carrying 2 bags and 2 suitcases. But when it cuts to them un-packing in the house, there are 5 suitcases.
Continuity mistake: When the snake from the cashier bites Moe, the bites on his arm never change and only remain in the one spot even though the snake bit several different spots on his arm.
Continuity mistake: In the scene in the airport bar, two pilots sitting next to each other have brown and gray hair, respectively. When they stand up, the hair has switched colours.
Continuity mistake: On the plane, where Marge is starting to act up due to her fear of flying, Homer and Marge's seat-belts have mysteriously disappeared.
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[The Simpsons are driving down a road as fast as possible.]Homer: Dear God, it's Homer. If you really love me you'll save my life now.[The gas needle immediately drops to empty and the car stops.]Homer: D'oh.
This is a mistake for the introduction from seasons 2-20 (1991-2009). When Homer screams, he turns round. You see this in a wide shot. There are no boxes to the right of the door in the garage. However, two just appear out of thin air when he runs through the garage.
The Simpsons holds the record for most guest stars; it is also the only non-variety show to have had appearances from three former Beatles (Paul, George and Ringo).