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*When young Moe shoots Fat Tony, it was clear that he has acne. However, when Fat Tony and his gang run for their lives, Moe's acne is nowhere in sight.
 
*When young Moe shoots Fat Tony, it was clear that he has acne. However, when Fat Tony and his gang run for their lives, Moe's acne is nowhere in sight.
 
*When Homer first discovers the body of [[Waylon Smithers, Sr.|Smithers Sr.]], the body had glasses and hair but when its face is shown, the body has no glasses or hair.
 
*When Homer first discovers the body of [[Waylon Smithers, Sr.|Smithers Sr.]], the body had glasses and hair but when its face is shown, the body has no glasses or hair.
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*For some reason Eddie and Lou isn't present while helping Chief Wiggum and the Simpsons family look for the body abandoned since the 60s.
   
 
==Call-Backs==
 
==Call-Backs==

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A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love
The Blunder Years
She of Little Faith

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Goofs

  • At the end of the episode, Homer is placing Smithers Sr.'s skull in a memories box on the coffee table. Moe arrives, and when he sits down, the memories box is gone. After a close-up of Moe's face, the table is gone.
  • In this episode, Waylon Smithers, Jr. was an infant and Homer Simpson is almost a teenager, yet in Bye Bye Nerdie, Smithers was around Homer's age when Homer reminisced about his "bully problem" in grade school. The body may have been there for a number of years by the time Homer found it.
  • When young Moe shoots Fat Tony, it was clear that he has acne. However, when Fat Tony and his gang run for their lives, Moe's acne is nowhere in sight.
  • When Homer first discovers the body of Smithers Sr., the body had glasses and hair but when its face is shown, the body has no glasses or hair.
  • For some reason Eddie and Lou isn't present while helping Chief Wiggum and the Simpsons family look for the body abandoned since the 60s.

Call-Backs

  • When Homer explains how he almost made it across Springfield Gorge, Lisa informs him that everyone is tired at the memory, a reference to its repeated showings in other episodes before.


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Treehouse of Horror XIIThe Parent RapHomer the MoeA Hunka Hunka Burns in LoveThe Blunder YearsShe of Little FaithBrawl in the FamilySweets and Sour MargeJaws Wired ShutHalf-Decent ProposalThe Bart Wants What it WantsThe Lastest Gun in the WestThe Old Man and the KeyTales from the Public DomainBlame it on LisaWeekend at Burnsie'sGump RoastI Am Furious (Yellow)The Sweetest ApuLittle Girl in the Big TenThe Frying GamePoppa's Got a Brand New Badge
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