The Simpsons

Colonel Homer - S3-E20

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Homer decides he wants to stay with Lurlene, she locks the door about 3 times before going to kiss Homer, but when Homer leaves, he just opens the door, he doesn't unlock anything.

Colonel Homer - S3-E20

Audio problem: Where Lurleen sings the line "I tried to kiss him," on the TV show Ya-Hoo!, you can see that her lips aren't moving. (00:20:35)

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Suggested correction: When she sings this, the shot is of Marge.

No, the mistake is referring to the start of the line when it is clear she sings 3 or 4 words without her mouth moving. The mistake is valid.

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Colonel Homer - S3-E20

Continuity mistake: After Lurleen sings 'No-One Understands You', she puts on her apron and picks up a tray. On the tray, there are three bottles of beer. But in the next shot, Homer goes over to Lurleen, and there is only a cup. (00:07:15)

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Homer: Dear God, it's Homer. If you really love me you'll save my life now.
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Homer: D'oh.

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