Other mistake: In the DVD booklet, two errors are made for this episode. The booklet says Homer accuses Bart of ruining Thanksgiving and Bart was jealous of Lisa's centre piece. These are both incorrect: First, it wasn't Homer who accused Bart of ruining Thanksgiving, it was Marge who accused Bart of ruining Thanksgiving and second, at no point throughout the episode was Bart ever jealous of Lisa's centre piece.
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Continuity mistake: When the school bus drops off Bart and Milhouse at the Simpson house, Bart puts his backpack on frontwards and starts krumping. When he walks through the front door, he is still wearing his backpack on his front. It then cuts to inside the house, and we still see him coming through the door, but the backpack is gone.
Continuity mistake: When the men from Festival Cruise Lines arrive at the Simpson house, they park in the left-hand lane (closest to the house) with the car facing oncoming traffic, seen both when they first pull up and, more, in the background while informing Milhouse about his parents. But in the overhead shot of the house, the car is parked the other way around, following the direction of traffic.
Continuity mistake: In the second segment of "Treehouse of Horror XXI," as Roger is telling them about what happened to him, as he finishes the story of Marge and Homer saving him, in his recount Marge is wearing a shirt and bikini bottoms (the shirt is covering the bikini bra). But when they saved her, she was just wearing a bikini.
Continuity mistake: When Homer is starting to go crazy and Ned's face has all the eyes, you can see Jasper in a blue tent. Homer runs away from Ned, going past Jasper's tent, up to a crowd of people...which includes Jasper.
Continuity mistake: When the students have to practice square dancing in the gym, Lisa spots a male student and there is a red circle next to her on the floor where she is standing. When the teacher tells Lisa she has to dance with groundskeeper Willie, the circle has disappeared.
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