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Music featured in this episode
"Jingle Bell Rock" by Bobby Helms (Homer's dancing Santa Claus plays this song)
"Summer in the City" by Lovin' Spoonful (Heard as the town is looting)
"Radar Love" by Golden Earring (Homer listens and sings along to it on the radio)
"Woke Up This Morning" by Alabama 3 (Heard during The Sopranos theme parody)
The settings on Groundskeeper Willie's air conditioner are: Glasgow Winter, Well-Digger's Bum, and Witch's Teat.
Homer's SpringShield slogan is "Have no fear! SpringShield's present!"
The Governor was referred to as a he, yet in previous epsiodes the governor is a woman
The church got remodeled on "She of Little Faith", but here is the same as before.
Lisa is sitting at church even though she's Buddhist.
When Homer hides in the closet, Mrs. Bellamy's skeleton costume is seen as a real skeleton. It doesn't look like a costume until Mrs. Bellamy tells Homer.
According to this episode, Principal Skinner has been an intern principal for 20 years.
Continuity: The gym teacher says that Coach Lugash "defected into East Germany." But in the episode "Children of a Lesser Clod," Lugash is said to have escaped from East Germany by cartwheeling over the Berlin Wall.
In the part with the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon, you see Itchy pour the butter on the toast and Scratchy's eyes are no where to be seen but in the next shot, Itchy's takes a bite out of one of Scratchy's eyes.
When Homer is throwing the frisbee to get Bart out of the tree, we see the peices of wood nailed onto the tree for Bart's treehouse, but then moments later they are gone, so that Lisa can use her gymnastics to get to the top.
When Bart is eating (slurping) his soup in the bubble, Homer gets mad and fills Bart's bubble with water. When Homer picks up the bubble, the soup is no where to be seen.
Skinner is the only one to get chocolate cake splattered on him.
One of the girls in Lisa's gymnastics class jumped out the window just as Lisa got there, but about a minute later, the girl that jumped out the window is on the balance beam.
The night that Lisa sneaks out to go to the poetry reading, as Homer walks by the kids rooms saying goodnight, Bart and Lisa's rooms seem to have switched positions.
Skinner's estimated life as listed on the plaque is "1953-2010" making him only 57 when he dies.
Sherri and Terri are participating in the 2nd grade gymnastics class but they're in the 4th grade.
The sign at the Springfield Bachelor Apartment says "Our beds are the Murphiest.".
The whole band started to play Homer's song, when only the band leader saw the notes.
When Homer catches Apu and the Squishee Lady "together" for the first time he knocks over a couple of sets of stacked cans, some of which did not appear in previous shots.
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