Opening theme promotion: AS SEEN ON TV.
Opening theme cartoon: Baby Bottleneck (1946) (Warner Bros.)
In Bender's closet, there is a half-open door noticeable on the right wall. It seems to be a sliding door, possibly an automatic one, that looks like the entrance to a small closet. Why is there a closet in the closet? There's no real reason for this if the room is intended to be a closet.
Fry mentions that Bender had carpeting installed, yet there is none seen within the closet at the end of the episode.
The table that Fry slept on changes shape and size during the meeting, and it even sprouts that "technology-thingy" in the middle.
The 'jerk' sitting behind Bender at the Food-O-Mat did not show up until Bender's jerk speech.
The emergency shut down button only appears when Leela pushes it.
The curtain that hangs over the wall TV in the new apartment vanishes during the home warming party.
The Planet Express ship changes directions during the morning meeting.
Bender's cigar doesn't appear in the wide interior shot of the Food-O-Mat.
A vacant armchair just suddenly materialises next to Professor Farnsworth.
If Bender's antenna can retract why couldn't he simply retract it whilst in the apartment? Maybe that still wouldn't have worked.
The neon signs Bender passes whilst on a sober binge are 'No Liquor Licence,' 'Public Library,' 'Bible Study 2Nite,' 'Water Fountain' and 'Boring Geology Lecture.'
The advertisements seen within the newspaper include 'Underwater Living at its Finest,' 'Unique Architecture. Must See to Believe' and 'Suspiciously Fantastic Apartment.'
A sign seen within the new apartment reads;
30 GO TO 10
When everbody claps, Dr. Zoidberg claps by snapping his claws open and closed.
Hermes says water consumption has tripled, but the chart shows it has only doubled.
Bender's apartment number is "00100100" which is in binary code for 36. 36 represents "$" in ASCII code, which is a computer code format.
Bender's shadow shouldn't be projected on the inner wall of his apartment if he's standing on the other side of the lightbulb.
In the other rooms on Fry's floor, the TV's go out while Bender is on that floor, but in Fry's room, the TV only goes out when Bender enters the room.
When the couch is removed from the Planet Express building with Bender and Fry on it, Hermes says "We'll bill you for the couch," but his lips don't move. This was done through ADR (Additional Dialogue Record), because it was felt that someone should say something, but they didn't have any more money in the budget to have the scene reanimated.
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