This episode was dedicated to the memory of George Harrison, who died on November 29, 2001. A dedication before the end credits shows Harrison with Homer as he appeared in the episode "Homer's Barbershop Quartet."
After Wiggum learns that Homer is attached to a chair Lisa states that he is a hostage. The name Homer was made the Greek name ‘Ομηρος (Homeros), derived from ‘ομηρος (homeros) meaning "hostage".
When Homer was opening his fortune cookie, the candle doesn't have its wick like in the previous scenes.
Although the candle wick appears when Homer was complaining about the paper but it appears off.
When the restaurant manager hires Homer, the gong and stick are gone from his hands.
When the camera zooms out after Mr. Burns reads the paper, the broken cookie disappears from the table.
Before Mr. Burns enters the strip club, Smithers' glasses have bold lines for five seconds.
Mr. Burns and Smithers are passing beside Moe's Tavern. But when Mr. Burns saw Gloria put him an infraction, they are in a corner.
At the bowling alley, a paper is seen with the name "Jacque" on it. Presumably it is supposed to say "Jacques".
Gloria's eyebrows disappears when she lies on Mr. Burns' shoulder.
At a few points during the fire scene, the badge on Mr. Burns' blue sweater is missing.
When Homer shocks Mr. Burns with the defibrillator it should shock Gloria as well because they are touching.
When Homer lifts the syringe, the liquid on it disappears.
When Snake was walking in the parking lot, he passes the same cars three times.