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Simpsons - Narrow Alleyway
In the episode where Bart wants to become a cop the police and snake go through the alley but when snake drives his car back at Bart he can't fit through
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Dice Package on 12-10-1999
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Walt Flanigan writes:
They explain the joke for this when Chief Wiggam says something to the effect of, "Didn't this alley used to be bigger?" The writers just couldn't think any other way to save Bart so they did that, and it was funny. But not a slip-up at all.
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Trivimaster writes:
And the alley Bart is in has a dead end, so they couldn't have come in through there.
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JJ writes:
Yeah, they do come through different alleys because they parked the car in the middle of the one they went in
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Diablo writes:
And hey, the Simpson’s are a comedy. The line "...lucky this ally got so narrow in the middle", even though the cops and Bart just came through it, was just for you to think, "What the? awe well... funny anyway." Law of matter and physics don't matter in a cartoon, and this 'slip-up' was intentional.
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Robert Stevens writes:
That doesn't really seem like a slip-up. Don't they come through different entry ways to the alley anyhow?
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Firestorm writes:
HELLO! Time gap. You know. He could have WALKED to a different alley.
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