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Although this episode takes place in mid-February, the calendar on the Simpson freezer shows a month with 30 days with the first on a Thursday. The last such month was November 2012; the next is September 2016.
Homer earns 2,000 Drachmas washing dishes at the Greek diner, which Marge tells him is worth 0 dollars. This is not true; it equals about $6.34.
The theater marquis advertising a show titled Lafayette: The Musical is a tribute to the victims of a brutal terrorist attack that occurred on November 13, 2015 in Paris, France. A group of terrorists from the organization known as ISIS (The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) simultaneously attacked a restaurant, a concert hall and soccer stadium killing over 100 people. The worst attack in Paris since World War II. The symbol next to the title of the musical is an inverted Peace sign. When the Peace sign is turned upside down, it looks similar to the Eifel Tower in Paris.
The name of the Flanders' dog, Mahershalalhashbaz, is taken from the Bible; specifically, Isaiah 8:1. It is the longest word in The Old Testament.
The pixel opening sequence was designed by Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon, who were pictured in the end credits sequence. The sequence music was done by Jeremy Dower, who was not pictured apparently with the "excuse" that his wife is having a baby at the time.
Hans Moleman was once mayor of Springfield.
Bart's birthday is February 23.
Featured music in this episode: Hell Is for Children by Pat Benatar.
After Lovejoy's daughter, who is Jessica comes Michael D'Amico who Chalmers calls him Fat Tony's nephew. But in "The Mook, The Chef, The Wife and her Homer" Michael is really Fat Tony's son.
This episode's production code (SABF13) can be seen on Bart's Moving On profile.
Goof: When the older Milhouse is first seen 35 years in the future, shots alternate from him having gray hair to having blue hair.
Goof: When Sideshow Bob tells the Simpsons of how he became chief scientist of the Monsarno Corporation, the flashback scene displays a credits sign indicating that the research was funded by Mike Nesmith and Mickey Dolenz, two members of the 1960's music group, the Monkees. However, (Micky) Dolenz's first name is spelled without the "e".
At the falconry contest, Bart releases 8 falcons which, along with the falcon belonging to Diggs, totals 9 birds. However, despite this, moments later, there are 12 falcons flying away to "freedom".
I don't know how to get in touch with a moderator for the simpsons but...you have Diggs and The Man Who Grew Too Much in the wrong spots...Diggs aired first, which makes it episode 12 of season 25. It is NOT episode 13.
Radioactive man's twitter is @Radioactiveman_01
When the fbi agent shoots the laptop, he clearly shoots the keyboard but the screen has a hole as well.
The FBI guy says "Damn those Peace price giving fishsmokers." Although Sweden hasn't been in a war in a very long time, the Nobel Peace price is actually awarded in Norway.
Goof: When the FBI comes to arrest Homer, Lisa, in her nightgown, tells Bart to provide a distraction, which he does by turning on the movie projector. When Homer tries to escape, a subsequent shot shows Lisa in her regular red dress.
Up until Isabelle told him, Bart never knew what "ay caramba" meant.
Mr. Burkstrom who is Lisa's substitute teacher makes return cameo appearance who has not be seen in "Lisa's substitute" from season two.
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