Continuity mistake: When Sadgasm is making their first appearance, Homer says, "We are Sadgasm," and there are a few students walking around, but when he says, "And this song is called 'Politically INcorrect'," there is a big crowd in front of them with no time to form one.
Continuity mistake: As Bart is about to enter his house after trying to impress his friends by krumping, you can see he is entering The Front door. However, in the next shot when he gets inside and Marge is waiting you can see that he has entered the family room, which is only accessible through the back door. Entering by The Front door would place him by the stairs, at The Front of the house.
Continuity mistake: This episode rewrites the entire backstory of Marge and Homer. For starters, Lisa and Bart were both not born yet, despite the fact that in the episode "Lisa's First Word," the '84 Summer Olympic games were being broadcast, and Bart and Lisa were both there. In this episode, Homer and Marge were just dating, but again in "Lisa's First Word," they were married and living in their Evergreen Terrace house. Additionally, Maggie was born in the episode "And Maggie Makes Three." Homer also lost all his hair in that episode, yet in this episode in the early 90's he still has a full head of hair.
Continuity mistake: When Stefan starts crying at the football, Marge puts some music on and Homer's Sadgasm band appears on the radio. At this point, Stefan's wine glass is in front of the couch on the floor. Stefan then says he needs whale songs - Marge puts an "Oceans of the Sea" CD in the CD player and the wine glass in front of the couch suddenly vanishes.
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.