The Simpsons

The Simpsons (1989)

2 corrected entries in Today, I am a Klown

Today, I am a Klown - S15-E6

Corrected entry: Why would Homer and Marge wait for the bathroom if they have one in their bedroom?

Dr Wilson

Correction: It could have been out of order.

Today, I am a Klown - S15-E6

Corrected entry: Bart asks Lisa how she knows so much about the Talmud. She credits her imaginary Jewish friend. But Bart was with Lisa in episode 3-6: "Like Father, Like Clown," when she made an extensive study of ancient Jewish texts. So Bart shouldn't need to ask the question in the first place, and Lisa's answer is incorrect, or at least incomplete.

DavidK93

Correction: Yes Bart was with Lisa, BUT in Homers barbershop quartet, Bart says he can't remember what happened 8 seconds ago so he would have forgotten by then.

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