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It's revealed that the Simpsons are from Northern Kentucky.
Walk of Fame stars near the Simpsons include: Milton Berle (with a symbol of a TV), Joan Jett (a typewritter), Nelson Mandela (a race car), and The Cheerios Honey Bee.
Tee Simpsons records that go mega-platinum are Simpsons Boogie, Lovely to Love Your Lovin, and Simpsons Christmas Boogie.
The various Bart sayings printed on T-shirts read: "Good Grief Man", "You Bet Your Sweet Bippy, Man", and "Life Begins at Conception, Man".
Headline reviews in the Hollywood trades, Daily Variety, and The Hollywood Reporter read: "Yellow Fever" and "Bumptious Brood Boffo" respectively.
Words seen during the "Behind the Laughter" title sequences are: Success, Fame, Beer, Candy, Money, Drugs, Women, Donuts,Sex, Millhouse,Lawsuits, Redemption, Hormones, and Graphics.
Magazine covers the Simpsons are featured on include: TV Guide, Rolling Stone, Coin Laundry News, and Short Hair Ideas.
When Marge calls Lisa a little snitch, the closed captions says a little beep.
The lawyer looked different in this episode. In this one he was tanned and had black hair as opposed to him having a blue hair and a yellow face.
Marge called Lisa a "bitch" the first time around also it was bleeped out.
In syndication they changed "bitch" to "snitch."
Ozzy Osbourne has his old permed hairdo from the 1980s rather than the current hairstyle he got circa 1992, and he has a cockney accent
Homer says winning a trip to Delaware would be the last season; there have been many more seasons since that episode was aired. The trip to Delaware was featured in the season 12's "Simpsons' Tall Tales."
When they are showing Bart filling up their gas tank with soapy water, they are living at 742 Evergreen terrace, however in "Lisa's First Word" they lived in their apartment when Bart was an only child.
Bart judges a Miss Hawaiian Tropic beauty contest at the Sheraton Haleakalualea. On the way home, he gets into a scuffle with the flight attendants on a Hawaiian Airlines jet. He's led off the plane in handcuffs, covering his face in shame.
when the simpsons were editing an upcoming episode, they use the same lines that are said at the very begining of The Simpsons Tall Tales
The writing on the side of the altar in the final scene is in the runes from J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. An approximate transliteration is "Chris Beelmen a tonia Jesus Christ".
Among the Psychiatrists at Marge's insanity hearing, is what seems to the young Dr. Foster, seen in the flashbacks of the episode "Hurricane Neddy."
When Marge was escaping the police by disguising herself as a band member in a parade, the closed captioning has the lyrics, "They're coming to take me away, ha-ha, they're coming to take me away, ho-ho, hee-hee, ha-ha, to the funny farm". But the lyrics were never sung.
Where did Lisa's shopping bags go after the movie? Her and Marge both had two when they were looking at the title outside, and then when they come out, Lisa's are gone.
When Professor Frink claps the can moves but when he puts the microchip in Lisa's shoe it is off.
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