Continuity mistake: In "Wiz Kids", Bart stabs Montymort in his shin which is open (i.e. not covered by what he's wearing). Only a little blood pours out. Then Monty raises his shin into shot and there is not only a puncture in the leg of his clothing, but the wound is covered in blood. When he falls, and Slithers eats him moments later, there is no damage at all.
Continuity mistake: At the end of 'Wiz Kids', when Lord Montymort is defeated, he falls to the floor, breaking all the floorboards. Then when Lisa takes off the headset, all the floor is intact. In the next shot, the floorboards are all broken again.
Continuity mistake: At the end of 'Hex and the City,' there is a shot of the wedding cake, then it pans across the people at the wedding, and you can see Homer with his white shirt on. But then when it goes to a closeup, he suddenly has a blue suit and tie on.
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Continuity mistake: At the show the school puts on in "Wiz Kids", when the Montymort Dragon is first seen in the cage, the cage has 6 bars at the front. When Lisa says "Release The Dragon", the cage has 4 bars. When the cage door is being raised, it has 6 bars again.
Continuity mistake: In "House of Whacks", when Marge opens the door to the robotic salesman, you can see there is a green mat under the door. But when the salesman puts his foot between the door, the mat is missing, and in next shot the mat has re-appeared.
Continuity mistake: In "Hex and the City", when Homer, Bart, Lisa and Maggie are eating their breakfast at the table, they see Marge with a blue beard and Homer spits some food on the table. In the next shot, the food has gone, and when Homer goes to strangle Bart, it is back again.
Continuity mistake: In "Hex and the City", when Marge, Bart and Lisa are at the Fortune Teller's office, you can see the Fortune Teller has three cards in front of her on the table. When Homer arrives, the cards have gone, and later on in the scene they are back on the table again.
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