The Simpsons

The Simpsons (1989)

3 mistakes in Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky

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Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky - S14-E16

Other mistake: Bart and Lisa overload the nuclear power plant to create a city-wide blackout so everyone can see the meteor shower. All the lights in Springfield blow out. Yet when we see the Simpsons sitting on their lawn watching the shower, every single window in their house is yellow, as if every room has their lights on. It is the only house shown with power.

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Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky - S14-E16

Audio problem: In Declan Desmond's film of Springfield Elementary shown at the end, Kearney and Dolph start beating Jimbo up. After Kearney says "Sellout," he says "Yuppie" in Dolph's voice. Then Dolph says "Soccer Mom" but in Kearney's voice.

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Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky - S14-E16

Continuity mistake: When Skinner opens the door to the room Lisa is in, there is a red book with white rings around it behind the door, it is easily the most noticeable book on the shelf. When the shot cuts back, the book is suddenly blue.

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David Mercier

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