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Dave B

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« on: 05-29-2006 08:17 »
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In the Simpsons there were many bloopers I noticed like clashes between episodes etc so what bloopers could you guys find as there are loads if you look, off the top of my head I can remember these Bloopers:

- Nelson claimed that his dad left him at an earlier age but in the episode where Homer coaches Barts football team instead of Flanders, a guy comes on a motorcycle to the match and says come on son lets go and meet your mum??? So his dad is there....? lol

- In many episodes Homer's brain is portrayed to be small as he is dumb, but if you remember on the episode where they remove the crayon from his brain then he is smart, so he must have a big brain but with the crayon making him dumb, so all the small brain references were really incorrect lol

When I see/remember any other bloopers in The Simpsons I will post them here.   wink

Brain: It appears we are in the presence of the fabled one, but without his Scooty-Puff Jr he cannot escape ha ha ha, huh!

Brain: A quantum-interphase bomb, are you insane in the membrane!?

Fry: You got it poindexter!

Beamer

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« Reply #1 on: 05-29-2006 10:42 »
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1. We already have a Simpsons thread here. Multiple threads for the same show are generally discouraged.

2. Those aren't bloopers. A blooper is when someone stuffs up a line or a mistake like that is made - almost impossible in animation.

3. Dude, everyone noticed that first mistake. And as for the second one, since when did brain size equate to intelligence? The "my thumb covered it every time" was already a poor-ass explanation for the crayon in the brain in the first place. I'm surprised you didn't mention the Simpson gene.

4. The Simpsons uses "flexible reality," meaning that various rules of logic and what-not can be changed between episodes - the location of the house, whether or not the show is grounded in plausible reality, etc. Continuity is rarely a big issue on the show, mistakes like these are totally acceptable.

5. Bye bye, thread!
Dave B

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« Reply #2 on: 05-29-2006 12:16 »

 
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Originally posted by Beamer:
1. We already have a Simpsons thread here. Multiple threads for the same show are generally discouraged.

2. Those aren't bloopers. A blooper is when someone stuffs up a line or a mistake like that is made - almost impossible in animation.

3. Dude, everyone noticed that first mistake. And as for the second one, since when did brain size equate to intelligence? The "my thumb covered it every time" was already a poor-ass explanation for the crayon in the brain in the first place. I'm surprised you didn't mention the Simpson gene.

4. The Simpsons uses "flexible reality," meaning that various rules of logic and what-not can be changed between episodes - the location of the house, whether or not the show is grounded in plausible reality, etc. Continuity is rarely a big issue on the show, mistakes like these are totally acceptable.

5. Bye bye, thread!

You sure shut me up.. haha and here I am just trying to make a new topic about it lol, woe is me... (joke)
TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #3 on: 05-29-2006 17:39 »
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balls.....Ignore this i stuffed it up
mookie427

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« Reply #4 on: 05-29-2006 17:41 »

 
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2. Those aren't bloopers. A blooper is when someone stuffs up a line or a mistake like that is made - almost impossible in animation.

ACTUALLY.......

I can't remember which episode it is from, but the one where Homer sings:

I am so smart
I am so smart
SMRT
I mean
SMART

That was actually not supposed to be like that, it was just supposed to be SMART but thingy who voices Homer (I forget his name) screwed up the line, but it was thought to be so Homer like they included it in the finished episode
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #5 on: 05-29-2006 19:05 »

Interesting info, mookie! I never knew that. I figured it was planned for him to say it like that. Also, I felt like posting here like the rest of you chumps.
DarrinPA

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« Reply #6 on: 05-29-2006 19:23 »

If you watch the Simpsons with closed captions on you will see different things written then what they said in most epiodes. Sometimes it is bad things that they must have changed later.
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #7 on: 05-29-2006 19:40 »

If you watch the Simpsons when talking to Gary Coleman when eating a fish dinner with a bad TV set on a local channel like UPN. Sometimes can see them off colored,wavey and fuzzy.
Nixorbo

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« Reply #8 on: 05-30-2006 01:50 »

 
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I just thought I'd post here before the thread got closed.

And this is how to get on Nixorbo's bad side, kids.
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