Continuity mistake: When the younger Professor Frink is receiving and wearing his Nobel Prize, his father goes nuts and starts stealing people's brains. The younger Frink figures out that kicking the elder Frink in the crotch will stop him. When he does, and the elder Frink falls off the stage, he is wearing the Nobel Prize, not the younger.
Continuity mistake: At the end of the episode when Homer is looking for another message from his mom to find out if she's really alive, Marge and the kids enter the kitchen, Marge says that it's 2 in the morning. But the clock on the wall shows that it's 9 pm.
Add timeJane Doe
Revealing mistake: As Homer is signing Bart's academic alert form just before Marge starts talking to Lisa you can read the writing below the "Academic Alert" title, but the writing is completely incoherent including sentences such as "IMAEGTSIAD TSNHOJI NAMREB". Update; some of the "words" or parts of them are people's names, such as David and Allison, but backwards.
Factual error: In the scene where Lisa's great great grandmother, and the slave Virgil escape to Canada, they enter Canada across a suspension bridge, which has, on the Canadian side, the Canadian Maple Leaf flag. In 1860, Canada was not yet even a country, and the flag was the Union Jack and the Canadian Ensign. The Maple Leaf was not adopted as the Canadian flag until February 15, 1965.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Sideshow Bob and his brother Cecil are arrested and sits in the the back of the police car, Cecil is missing when Sideshow Bob is talking to the people outside the car though his window. They both entered the car and they can both be seen when the car leaves.
Add timeAndreas Winnberg
Continuity mistake: In the shower scene, we see that in front of Carl, there is a man with brown hair and a moustache in front of him, but then when the shot changes, the man has moved cubicles and a man with white hair has taken his place, and he wasn't even in the previous shot.