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The accounts in the diary would have occurred at some point between 1867 - 1869. The date can be determined by two ways: Virgil makes a passing reference they live in the 60's (1860's), and they attempt to flee to Canada but Canada was not a country until 1867.
According to this episode, Lisa, Bart & Maggie are 1/64 black.
The footnote at the end of the recipe Marge reads from is as follows:
After the patrollers left, the circus clown made the following comment, which suggests an unusual aptitude for predicting twenty-first century currency values: "Why do I always ask for a nickel? That's like twenty bucks in 2010 money." It may have been intended as humorous, although my daughter didn't mention anyone laughing. This clown seemed to say many things that were humorous to him, but not to those around him, nor to me. But since my daughter repeated them all, I thought I would record them here. Enjoy them, people of the future!
When Homer and Marge play Curling for the first time, we can hear "La valse des Patineurs" from Emile Waldteufel.
Bob Costas announces that they'll return to sudden death overtime at the gold medal hockey game between Russian and the US in a moment, but first... Two weeks after this episode aired, there was a sudden death gold medal hockey playoff between USA and Canada.
When he first arrives at Canada, Homer has an encounter with the Inuit shaman he first met in The Simpsons Movie.
According to this episode, Marge is left-handed.
In this episode Principal Skinner's mother blames him for fouling up her chances for Olympic gold by kicking the pole vault bar while he was in the womb. This conflicts with the season 9 episode "The Principal and the Pauper" in which it's revealed that Principal Skinner's real name is actually Armin Tamzarian and that he has no genetic relation to his "mother" Agnes Skinner.
According to this episode, Homer's Springfield driver license reads:
742 Evergreen Terrace
Sex: M Hair: N Eyes: Blk
Ht: 6 Wt: 270
The music which was played during the passage where Homer offers too much presents to his family is "Italian Symphony " from Mendelssohn.
The Wilhelm Scream is heard repeatedly when Mr. Burns kills the soldiers on the Funtendo Zii video game.
At the Springfield Orphanage, the sign on the front of the building says "Adopt American." Also, there is a sign on the wall behind the front desk which says "Love The One You Get."
"El Barto" is written on the side of the court house Lion Statue that has a "No Parking" sign.
In the scene where Milhouse is fantasizing about the biggest prankster's sidekick, the giant sidekick has e^(ipi)+1=0 on it. This is Euler's identity, a famous formula in mathematics and physics.
Upcoming pranks spotted on Bart's bullentin board:
Night of a Thousand Skunks
Who Let The Dogs In?
Tora Tora, Toilet
I love the M-80's
Untitled Skateboard Project
Operation Gumbo Drop
At the end of "Don't Have A Cow, Mankind", Homer is still a muncher despite everyone is cured and are eating the food that Bart is serving.
According to this episode, Helen Lovejoy is Lisa's godmother.
Goof: You can see Barney is not only at the wrestling place, screaming "We've been here for hours!", but seconds later you can see him at Moe's.
The cellphones the kids had are still on their desk after Edna confiscates them. They are seen shortly before disappearing again.
According to this episode, Ned's "Viza" card number is 4110 0122 3344 5590 and expired 5/1/05.
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