It should be noted that when Bart and Lisa were put on the rotors of a plane, the plane is a Boeing B-29 Superfortress, the plane that bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The scene where Bart speaks through fifteen megaphones in a row and blows out all the windows across Springfield went viral and the later result became a popular Internet meme.
Bart's megaphone prank was later tested in real life at a baseball park. The results showed that, contrary to what the show indicated, the sound didn't actually grow louder as a result of the megaphones being connected to each other, but instead grew distorted due to a feedback loop.
Bart's prank was also tested in real life at North America. The results shows that, contray to what the show indicated, the sound didn't actually grow louder as a result of the megaphones being connected to 60 megaphones, that it didn't break all the windows in north america.
When Bart is driving a lawn mower and is pulled over by the police, Chief Wiggum is driving one of the police cars, even though he is inside telling Homer and Marge about sending Bart to military school.
During Bart's megaphone prank, a tan building turns blue for a frame.
For most of Professor Frink's appearance, the lines on his glasses are missing, making them plain white.
When Lisa looks down from the Eliminator, the platform under her disappears.
When driving to Rommelwood, the car is Homer's Pink Sedan. However, upon leaving, it is the Orange Station Wagon. Later on, when Bart and Lisa graduate from the academy, they leave in the orange station wagon. On the road, it is the pink sedan, however. Later, when it turns out Homer and Marge were taking them them to the dentist rather than Disneyland, it's the orange station wagon again.
Even though all the glass in Springfield breaks after Bart's megaphone prank, the glass in Chief Wiggum's patrol cruiser and Homer's car, as well as Professor Frink's glasses, stay intact.