The Simpsons

Lisa Gets an A - S10-E7

Corrected entry: Homer's pet lobster, "Pinchy" is red. However, lobsters aren't red until you cook them. When they are alive they are brownish/black.

Correction: Pinchy is a darkish, almost brown color, and only bright red when cooked (of course the Simpsons also depict people as being yellow).

Bishop73

Lisa Gets an A - S10-E7

Corrected entry: Why didn't Lisa notice the scoreboard in Skinners office?

Piemanmoo

Correction: What exactly is the mistake here? We are not shown what Lisa did or didn't notice when she was in Skinner's office and I cannot see what mistake there would be in either respect.

Lummie Premium member

Wild Barts Can't Be Broken - S10-E11

Corrected entry: When the kids are broadcasting townspeople's secrets, and everyone else is in the meeting, Lisa says "And guess who's been practising medicine without a licence?" - scene cut, then cut back to the sign - "That's right: Homer Simpson" immediately afterwards, "D'OH!" is heard. The kids are OBVIOUSLY at least 1.5 miles from the town hall, so there should have been a sound delay in between Lisa's last statement and hearing Homer's voice.

Correction: Neither can you hear someone yelling when you're one and a half miles away from them, but that happens all the time in cartoons- the cartoon makers are using artistic license.

Blibbetyblip

Homer Simpson in 'Kidney Trouble' - S10-E8

Corrected entry: This concerns when Bart is in the ghost town, watching the robotic can-can dancers. When the four dancers first come out and start their kicks, one loses a leg which goes flying out of the window, breaking it. However when the camera cuts back to the dancers they all have both their legs.

Correction: No, there is always a leg missing and none of the other parts reappear.

Matty W

Maximum Homerdrive - S10-E17

Corrected entry: When Red is declared the winner of the eating contest and dies, just before he is pronouced dead by Dr. Hibbert he blinks. Last time I checked dead people don't blink.

Correction: He blinks and then is pronounced dead, seems OK to me. If it happened the other way round then it's a mistake.

tw_stuart

The Old Man and the C Student - S10-E20

Corrected entry: In this episode, Hans Moleman is in a retirement home. But in "Duffless", he reveals that he is actually 37 years old, and therefore is too young to be in a retirement home.

OL1V3R666

Correction: Being that there is no age restriction in being in a retirement home there was nothing stopping Hans from moving into the home. The reason could be that Hans is weak, slow and has poor eye sight. With all these ailments he perhaps decided that he needed specialist care that a retirement home could provide.

Lummie Premium member

The Old Man and the C Student - S10-E20

Corrected entry: Homer flushes his springs one by one and sings a parody of "10 green bottles", but with flushing springs. He goes from 999 to 996 but doesn't flush the toilet enough times to get to that number.

Dan Moat

Correction: While Homer is flushing the springs, it goes to Marge at the door. Homer must then put in more than one spring, then start singing again.

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