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Simpsons - Itchy and Scratchy Error
This is the most blatant slip-up EVER on the simpsons!!!
In episode 2F09, when Itchy plays Scratchy's skeleton like a xylophone, he strikes the same rib twice in succession, yet he produces two clearly different tones. I mean, what are we to believe, that this is some sort of a magic xylophone or something? Boy, I really hope somebody got fired for that blunder.
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Homer on 08-22-2001
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Jovo writes:
Yes, we all know that in the episode where Homer becomes the voice of Poochie the dog, that a geeky Itchy and Scratchy fan brings up this exact same slip-up (with the exact same wording, oddly enough) at a press conference. :)
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belle0603 writes:
besides the point that, given a normal skeleton, one would not expect clear tones. the hollow centers of the bones are not the same width throughout, and then would produce different tones, if struck in different places or ways.
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Darth Anikan writes:
The episode where Homer is the voice of Poochie, a nerd says this.
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Family_Guy_Fan writes:
They do that kind of stuff all the time in cartoons like in Family Guy when Stewie says "111-1113" but presses "111-1112".
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dj writes:
ITS CALLED A CARTOON!!!
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liquidmonky writes:
I guess I'm the only one that realizes this isn't a slipup; it came from the Poochie Episode. The Comic Book Guy asked Homer, and he, as usual, had a witty reply.
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