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Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo - S10-E23

Continuity mistake: Marge loses one of her shoes in the "lava" , but when they fall down, Marge wears two shoes again.

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Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo - S10-E23

Continuity mistake: When Homer breaks into Flanders's house there's a shot of the refrigerator and nothing is on it. In a closer shot, there are tickets being held up by a magnet.

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Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo - S10-E23

Continuity mistake: When Database is at The Java Server, he is using a teal computer, but when Snake comes in, he is using an orange computer, then he is using a teal computer again.

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Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo - S10-E23

Continuity mistake: When Lisa gets the tickets on the "volcano", she is a few inches away from the end of the bridge. When it falls and Marge runs onto the bridge, she is now in the middle of it.

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