Starring: Dan Castellaneta, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer, Julie Kavner, Kelsey Grammer, Nancy Cartwright, Phil Hartman, Yeardley Smith
Genres: Animated, Comedy
Wild Barts Can't Be Broken - S10-E11
Continuity mistake: The Springfield Isotopes win the championship at Springfield Stadium and it's daytime. But Homer and the guys watch the game live on TV at Moe's Tavern, and it is nighttime.
Continuity mistake: When Homer enters the bar, you briefly see that Lenny has dark green braces and a fawn coloured shirt. The next shot, they switch colours.
Continuity mistake: At one point, Lisa and Bart are watching fireflies through the window. When Homer comes in, the fireflies are gone.
Audio problem: When Lisa is broadcasting secrets about Springfield residents in a British accent, her lips don't match her mouth at all.
Continuity mistake: During the song, Reverend Lovejoy at first has a blue sweater over his usual pink shirt, then he has a blue shirt, then he has his pink shirt without a sweater.
Continuity mistake: When Dr. Hibbert says "Go ahead, girlfriend" at the town hall, he is wearing a blue sweater, in the very next shot of everyone talking, he is wearing a pink sweater.
Revealing mistake: Lenny's lower torso disappears for two frames when he, Carl, Homer and Barney are singing "We Are The Champions/We Will Rock You."
Continuity mistake: When Wendell is among the kids seen inside the police van, his skin is a lot less pale than usual.
Continuity mistake: Dr. Hibbert's clothes keep changing during the song near the end. He goes from having his white lab coat, a blue sweater, then a pink sweater.
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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.
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