The Simpsons

The Simpsons (1989)

12 corrected entries in season 14

Barting Over - S14-E11

Corrected entry: When Lisa mocks Bart in French, she sings, "Vous ĂȘtes Baby Stinkbreath." However, "Vous ĂȘtes" is the formal construction. A person would not use this when speaking to his or her brother, especially when deliberately being disrespectful towards him. "Tu es," the informal form, would be more appropriate

DavidK93

Correction: Lisa may still be learning, and it's an easy mistake to make.

Dude, Where's My Ranch? - S14-E18

Corrected entry: This is a minor mistake, but why does Luke say he needs help "hanging up these signs" when they have a stake on the end to impale them into the ground? If he had said "put up" then OK, but he said "hang," so this is a mistake because there is no way to hang them up like a hook or something.

David Mercier

Correction: It is just a simple expression that does not necessarily mean what it says, just like "kick your butt" could involve no kicking.

Strong Arms of the Ma - S14-E9

Corrected entry: Homer has to play Tetris to get all of the garage-sale items to fit into the station wagon, and even then he can't fit himself in. Yet when they arrive back at the house, everyone has a comfortable amount of room.

Matty Blast

Correction: This is a joke -- showing how Tetris is like filling a car with objects.

Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington - S14-E14

Corrected entry: If the airport changed the location of its fly zone, wouldn't the town be informed about this or at least place notices on the doors of peoples' houses?

Correction: Thats not a mistake, its just an example of how poorly run the mayor's office is. It could also be that the mayor's decision wouldn't go down well with the townspeople (as evidenced with the Simpsons). Keeping it secret until the law was passed would make it harder to have reversed.

Lummie

Dude, Where's My Ranch? - S14-E18

Corrected entry: When Lisa tells Marge about Luke for the first time, Marge says 'I didn't marry the first boy I - Well I did. But you shouldn't." Wrong. Before she had a crush on Homer, she loved Artie Ziff from high school. She didn't marry him, however. Everybody blatantly knows that Marge married Homer, her second crush.

OL1V3R666

Correction: Homer was her first love. She never admitted to loving or having a crush on Artie Ziff. Marge went to the ball with Artie in spite of Homer and what he did to her but she never loved Artie and never admitted to loving him. Also in the statement she makes she never admits to anything. Its presumptious she was going to say the first boy she had a crush on. It could have been the first boy she had a real relationship with.

Lummie

The Great Louse Detective - S14-E6

Corrected entry: Earlier in "Day of the Jackanapes", Sideshow Bob was sentenced to be beheaded at the end of the episode. So, how is it that he is alive and serving time at the Campbell's Soup prison?

Correction: Bob wasn't sentenced to be beheaded, Chief Wiggum just decided that. At the end of DOTJ, Bob asks 'Isn't it customary to have a trial?' to which Wiggum replies, 'Oh, a wise guy, huh?' It's most likely that Bob was granted the chance to have a trial and that he was thrown in a max-security prison rather than given the death penalty.

The Great Louse Detective - S14-E6

Corrected entry: When Sideshow Bob says that he hasn't made any progress on catching the person who is trying to kill Homer, he says, "Go ahead, shock me." and hands Marge the shocking remote. Sideshow Bob has been trying to get the remote ever since he was introduced into the episode. Why, if he has it, does he give it to Marge instead of taking it and trying to kill Bart, which he does at the end of the episode?

Correction: Bob probably thought that he hasn't really done anything wrong so they will take pity and leave shocking him, but they decide to anyway. It just furthers the joke that he can't stop the Simpsons, no matter how well behaved he was, from shocking him. In regard to killing Bart, it was being at Moe's with Lenny & Carl's suggestion about how to kill Bart that sparked him into trying to kill Bart. In the episode we saw Bob was preoccupied with helping Homer and being given the simple idea later on sparked him into action.

Lummie

Helter Shelter - S14-E5

Corrected entry: When the Simpsons enter Lenny's apartment, they discover that he is exceptionally rich. Lenny is supposed to be poor, as in "Realty Bites" when he was shown to be living in a rundown shack.

Correction: Lenny never says he was rich. Thats just an assumption because he has a nice apartment. The terrible noise and vibration from the game that was being played against one of his walls shows the likely reason why if he wasn't rich he was able to afford the apartment. Added to this Lenny's financial situation has never really been established to make a conclusion to how he got the apartment. So for all we know Lenny started to save his money from that point, inherited money, got a loan etc.

Lummie

Treehouse of Horror XIII - S14-E1

Corrected entry: How does Homer have 2 rifles and an assault rifle and many other guns when back when he first tried to get a gun he was only allowed 2 handguns or less?

Correction: The Halloween specials don't follow the continuity of the regular episodes - remember how many characters die in the Treehouse of Horror eps? Facts from the regular episodes don't have to be consistent in these Halloween specials.

How I Spent My Strummer Vacation - S14-E2

Corrected entry: In the beginning, Homer states that he doesn't remember that he was going to be on Taxicab Conversations. By the way Disco Stu was talking, the show was supposed to be a secret from the passengers, so if it's a reality show then they shouldn't have told him.

Correction: Hidden camera shows have to get permission from participants after filming so that the footage can be used on TV. Homer and Disco Stu were most likely told after being recorded.

The Bart of War - S14-E21

Corrected entry: When Homer is dumping the treadmill off in the water, he sees Marge and the group of kids and runs off leaving the station wagon behind. In the next scene the station wagon is at home parked in the driveway.

Tobin OReilly

Correction: He could have easily gone back to get the car. There was a significant amount of time between the two scenes.

The Bart of War - S14-E21

Corrected entry: When Nelson thinks that he sees his father, he cries "you came back from the store." This implies that his father walked out on Nelson and his mother. In several previous episodes, Nelson says that his father is in jail.

Correction: He could have been saying that to reinforce his own reputation as a baddie and to impress the other kids so they wouldn't know the sad (and, to him) shameful truth

Sereenie

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