Futurama

Futurama (1999)

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Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch - S5-E5

Continuity mistake: Zoidberg wasn't in the machine to begin with, yet he appeared later. When it spins you see the whole inside of the machine - he's definitely not there.

Piemanmoo
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Suggested correction: They even make a comment about this, he lives there. So he was probably sleeping under the grate but still got ejected. There's parts of the floor we don't see.

Bishop73

A Flight to Remember - S2-E1

Other mistake: Bender wears a magnetic bow tie. However in series 1 episode 2 it's shown magnets screw up his circuits and make him sing songs. It's mentioned in a previous entries correction that it's only when the magnet is near his head. This isn't true as it's shown in others episodes that it happens when a magnet is attached anywhere on him.

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Suggested correction: It's strong magnets near his head that mess up his inhibition unit. The bow tie is a very weak magnet.

Greg Dwyer

As stated in the mistake, It happens when ANY magnet is attached to him.

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Rebirth - S6-E1

Continuity mistake: As the power builds up in Bender, his left eye pops out, making him a cyclops, subsequently being eaten by the Cyclops eater. After the monster dies, Bender comes out, and has two eyes in the long shot, but puts his left eye back in the close up.

Movie Nut
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Bender: Bite my shiny metal ass!

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Trivia: The robot devil is voiced by Dan Castellaneta, the voice of Homer Simpson.

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