Dr. Zoidberg has teeth for the first few episodes starting with this one.
When Amy is using the claw machine to get the keys back, she moves the stick to her left but the claw moves to her right.
Zoidberg's name came from a game that David Cohen programmed named "Zoid". He sent it in to a company to see if he could sell the idea but, he was rejected.
In this episode as well as "The Lesser of Two Evils" it is shown that the people of the future have lost all touch with history, but in the rest of the series they show remarkable knowledge of history.
Assuming the Sea of Tranquility is quicksand, its pull should get stronger depending on the force that is exerted in the opposite direction. This means that Fry and Leela would go further in instead of getting out.
Opening theme promotion: IN HYPNO-VISION.
Opening theme cartoon: Baby Bottleneck (1946) (Warner Bros.)
There is a sign that reads 'Orlon Candy' above a stand. Orlon is a synthetic fiber resembling cotton, thus cotton candy. And this is immediately followed by Fry remarking how artificial everthing is.
How come the heads in the museum couldn't tell the people how we first landed on the moon? With all the technology in the world, how could they not be able to find something as standout-ish as the moon landing site? It took Fry and Leela barely a day to find it, and they were travelling on foot.
(Response: It wasnt the real moon landing site. Read the plaque behind Leela's head. And how are the heads supposed to know specifically where on the moon they landed?)
When Fry says "that's one small step for Fry", he puts one foot on the surface and keeps the other on the stairs. When the camera angle changes, Fry is standing about 20cm from the stairs.
The shadows on the ground should be much longer that close to the dark side of the moon.
Fry's oxygen tube disappears when Leela yells to him from inside the lunar lander.
Fry walks magically through his oxygen tube when he declares "It's every man for himself!" the second time.
Bender's head is unscrewed counter-clockwise. But later, seen in the background, when he is securing it to his torso, the movement is also counter-clockwise.
The Redneck Farmer suddenly has a space suit on whilst chasing Bender.
Leela pulls the 'Archduke Chocula' cereal box out of nowhere.
Bender's beer bottle disappears from the table whilst Fry is talking about his breakfast.
When Bender says "a little" to Amy, the space around his eyes isn't painted black.
While Prof. Farnsworth is trying to remove Bender's head, Leela's left boot is only a black silhouette.
After Zoidberg says "Excellent, excellent", he picks up something that looks like a little drill. He then asks Fry to open his mouth so he can look at his brain, and the drill disappears and does not appear in the rest of the scene.
When Fry and Prof. Farnsworth are outside Zoidberg's office, Fry appears way too tall.
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