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Goof: When Marge gives the video tape to Ms. Botz the cover is orange and the tape is light blue, while they're walking to the living room the cover is light blue, and when Ms. Botz gives it to Bart to put it in the VCR, the video itself is orange.
On America's Most Armed and Dangerous, a report on the baby sitter bandit identifies her as:
Height 6' Weight 178
We learn that the radio station KBBL is short for K-Babble.
Nuclear Power Plant signs- Radioactive Area, No Smoking, No Eating, No Foolish Horseplay, 7 Days Since Last Accident, In Case of Meltdown-Break Glass (Glass is already broken).
The number in America's Most Armed and Dangerous is 1-800-U-SQUEAL.
Dr. Marvin Monroe's therapy hotline is 555-PAIN.
At the dance, the band is playing the same tune Homer was singing earlier, when he was getting ready for his date.
When Homer shaves for his night out on the town with Marge, his clean-shaven look lasts exactly 7 seconds. Then his shadow returns.
When Bart hides in the basement from Ms. Botz, Marge's bowling ball from episode 1-9, "Life on the Fast Lane," can be seen.
As Homer gives an interview about his encounter with the "Baby-Sitter Bandit" on the TV news, a subtitle beneath him reads "Homer Simpson, Local Boob."
There is an FBI warning at the beginning of the Happy Little Elves tape.
The producer of the Dr. Marvin Monroe radio show holds up two cards for Dr. Monroe to see. The first card reads: "Line 1, Marge 34, Another under appreciated wife." The second card reads: "Line 2, Paul 51, Nail biter, (Not his own)."
The Happy Little Elves videotape is rated "GGG"
Maggie falls down a total of 19 times in this episode.
Goof: Homer and Marge's bedroom door opens inwards, yet the door opens outwards when Ms. Botz leaves the room after ransacking it.
Goof: The rose Homer gives to Marge appears worse for wear when he arrives home, yet it appears pristine later, when Marge is holding it.
Goof: When Homer arrives at the front door step in the rain, the candy box and rose in his hands switch places between cuts.
The cover of Timely Magazine: "Krusty-Krook of the Year"
Goof: When Lou the Policeman appears each time in this episode, he is white instead of black.
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Classics, Sitcoms, quotable, dysfuntional families, lazy father figure