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Brake My Wife, Please - S14-E20

Continuity mistake: As Hibbert handcuffs Bart to the radiator he uses the second bar to the right. The next shot its moved to the next bar to the right.

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Brake My Wife, Please - S14-E20

Continuity mistake: Whilst Bart is having breakfast he pours a lot of maple syrup onto his pancakes. When Marge walks into the kitchen to hurry him up the syrup on his pancakes has completely disappeared.

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Brake My Wife, Please - S14-E20

Continuity mistake: Whilst Moe is talking to himself about going back to barber college the door to his bar is wide open. When the shot changes to him when he says "Who the hell am I talking to?" the door has suddenly closed. There was not enough time for it to close between shots.

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Brake My Wife, Please - S14-E20

Continuity mistake: When Hibbert handcuffs Bart to the radiator, for one brief second, his cast and bandages disappear. They return in the next shot.

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This is a mistake for the introduction for the later episodes. When Homer screams, he turns round. You see this in a wide shot. There are no boxes to the right of the door in the garage. However, two just appear out of thin air when he runs through the garage.

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