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Lisa the Vegetarian - S7-E5

Continuity mistake: When we first see Homer feeding the can to the goat the background shows a wooden coop. In the next shot, a purple tree stump appears there too.

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Lisa the Vegetarian - S7-E5

Continuity mistake: After Homer prepares the BBQ he holds out the steak and holds it back in as Lisa speaks. When the shot changes he's holding it out again, and the pile of meat behind him is smaller and has moved slightly under the window.

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Lisa the Vegetarian - S7-E5

Continuity mistake: When Lisa is first seen petting the baby lamb, she is next to the fence with hay beside her. In the next shot, she's far away from the fence and there's no hay anywhere.

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Lisa the Vegetarian - S7-E5

Continuity mistake: Throughout the dinner scene, whenever Homer wants the syrup, it disappears and re-appears next to Lisa.

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