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19th Sep '17 4:18:23 AM KagSwirby
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** On the Sky TV guide, one episode of the series is called "Meter Maid" instead of the actual pun title "Meter Made".



* On the Sky TV guide, one episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' is called "Meter Maid" instead of the actual pun title "Meter Made".
3rd Sep '17 9:10:18 AM KagSwirby
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** That last bit was probably the writer's misinterpretation of "Raging Bully", where it actually ''is'' Doofenshmirtz's birthday and he invents a hypnosis inator.

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** That last bit was probably the writer's misinterpretation of "Raging Bully", where it actually ''is'' Doofenshmirtz's birthday and he invents a hypnosis inator.hypnosis-inator.
3rd Sep '17 9:10:07 AM KagSwirby
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** That last bit was probably the writer's misinterpretation of the thumb-wrestling episode, where it actually ''is'' Doofenshmirtz's birthday and he invents a hypnosis inator.

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** That last bit was probably the writer's misinterpretation of the thumb-wrestling episode, "Raging Bully", where it actually ''is'' Doofenshmirtz's birthday and he invents a hypnosis inator.
1st Sep '17 12:33:12 PM PowerfulLewpster
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** The episode guide from Google actually takes this trope '''TO UNFATHOMABLE LEVELS'''. The airdates, episode orders and even episode titles are completely wrong in every sense of the word. The most egregious ones are [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E44HomeImprovement Decoration]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E27Skyscrapers Skyrises]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Going From Place to Place]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E3OuterSpace The Space Outside]] and even ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E37Goo Slam]]''. The same guide doesn't even include ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E49Surprises the]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E50Travel last]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather four]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E52Pests episodes]]'', puts all Season 2 episodes in Season 4, and puts their airdate as ''late 2014''!
*** Oh yes, did we mention that there is [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E26Adventure only one Season 1 episode in the guide]] and all other episodes are from the '''1997''' Mr. Men Show?
29th Aug '17 5:43:03 AM KagSwirby
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* A box of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''-themed fruit snacks claims that Squidward plays the accordion. He plays the clarinet.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':
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A box of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''-themed SpongeBob-themed fruit snacks claims that Squidward plays the accordion. He plays the clarinet.
21st Aug '17 12:04:48 PM NESBoy
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* Let's take a trip back to the [[TheNineties early-to-mid 1990s]], when MoralGuardians were up in arms about ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead''. Not only did [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Hollings South Carolina Senator Ernest Hollings]] infamously refer to them as "Buffcoat and Beaver" (later referenced on the show), the three-part documentary about the series ("Taint of Greatness") revealed some parents thought there was an episode where the boys set a cat on fire. One can only assume one mother caught a glimpse of the episode where they ''paint'' Mr. Anderson's cat and set his ''hedges'' on fire, completely mis-saw what happened, and told her friends about it.

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* Let's take a trip back to the [[TheNineties early-to-mid 1990s]], when MoralGuardians were up in arms about ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead''. Not only did [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Hollings South Carolina Senator Ernest Hollings]] infamously refer to them as "Buffcoat and Beaver" (later referenced on the show), the three-part documentary about the series ("Taint of Greatness") revealed some parents thought there was an episode where the boys set a cat on fire. One can only assume one mother caught a glimpse of the episode where they ''paint'' Mr. Anderson's cat and set his ''hedges'' on fire, completely mis-saw misinterpreted what happened, and told her friends about it.



* Sky, a British satellite TV provider, currently claims that [[WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresofFlapjack Flapjack]] was 'raised in a bubble'... right. This probably had root in an understandable typo: he was raised ''by'' a whale ''named'' '''Bubbie'''. Someone probably just misread "raised by Bubbie" as "bubble" and went from there. [[MetaphoricallyTrue Then again, Flapjack]] ''[[MetaphoricallyTrue did]]'' [[MetaphoricallyTrue sometimes reside in]] [[MyBelovedSmother Bubbie's mouth...]] so AccidentallyCorrectWriting?

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* Sky, a British satellite TV provider, currently claims claimed that [[WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresofFlapjack Flapjack]] was 'raised in a bubble'... right.bubble'. This probably had root in an understandable typo: he was raised ''by'' a whale ''named'' '''Bubbie'''. Someone probably just misread "raised by Bubbie" as "bubble" and went from there. [[MetaphoricallyTrue Then again, Flapjack]] ''[[MetaphoricallyTrue did]]'' [[MetaphoricallyTrue sometimes reside in]] [[MyBelovedSmother Bubbie's mouth...]] so AccidentallyCorrectWriting?
21st Aug '17 12:01:26 PM NESBoy
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** Speaking of ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'', some reviewers thought ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' was their friend. They were not friends in any sense of the word.

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** Speaking of ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'', some reviewers thought ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' WesternAnimation/{{Daria}} was their friend. They were not friends in any sense of the word.
21st Aug '17 8:14:23 AM NESBoy
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** [=IndieWire=], in [[ an article on solar eclipse storylines on TV shows]], primarily described the events of the episode "Gone Maggie Gone", adding, "This wasn't the first eclipse on 'The Simpsons.' In the landmark 1993 episode 'Marge vs. the Monorail,' it takes a solar eclipse to finally stop the runaway train." And it did indeed stopped it... for about ten seconds, after which the monorail takes off again, with nobody able to get off in time.

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** [=IndieWire=], in [[ [[http://www.indiewire.com/2017/08/solar-eclipse-tv-simpsons-mad-men-1201867889/ an article on solar eclipse storylines on TV shows]], primarily described the events of the episode "Gone Maggie Gone", adding, "This wasn't the first eclipse on 'The Simpsons.' In the landmark 1993 episode 'Marge vs. the Monorail,' it takes a solar eclipse to finally stop the runaway train." And it did indeed stopped it... for about ten seconds, after which the monorail takes off again, with nobody able to get off in time.
21st Aug '17 8:12:11 AM NESBoy
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** [=IndieWire=], in [[ an article on solar eclipse storylines on TV shows]], primarily described the events of the episode "Gone Maggie Gone", adding, "This wasn't the first eclipse on 'The Simpsons.' In the landmark 1993 episode 'Marge vs. the Monorail,' it takes a solar eclipse to finally stop the runaway train." And it did indeed stopped it... for about ten seconds, after which the monorail takes off again, with nobody able to get off in time.
20th Aug '17 12:18:01 PM NESBoy
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** Practically every content aggregation website would inevitably have a "Perfectly Timed Freeze Frames From ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''" article, and among the images, more than likely, you'd find the following two images: [[http://ap-images-test-uc.s3.amazonaws.com/uc-up/dc2b7461-921f-479e-8375-aadd85b77f50/dc2b7461-921f-479e-8375-aadd85b77f50.inline_yes Homer weirdly smiling with crazy eyes]], and [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/956/472/f6c.jpg Lisa with Mr. Burns's face]]. These are not real ''Simpsons'' screenshots, obviously. The former is edited from [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S06E06/727292.jpg this screenshot]] of Homer's forced smile from "Treehouse of Horror ", with the hooks removed and Homer's pupils moved around in an attempt to make the image look more ridiculous than it already was. The latter is a composite of [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S08E07/812544.jpg this screenshot]] of Lisa commenting on Nelson's version of "Joy to the World" from "Lisa's Date with Density" and [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S08E04/450699.jpg this screenshot]] of Mr. Burns in his flashback to how he met his son's mother from "Burns, Baby, Burns".

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** Practically every content aggregation website would inevitably have a "Perfectly Timed Freeze Frames From ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''" article, and among the images, more than likely, you'd find the following two images: [[http://ap-images-test-uc.s3.amazonaws.com/uc-up/dc2b7461-921f-479e-8375-aadd85b77f50/dc2b7461-921f-479e-8375-aadd85b77f50.inline_yes Homer weirdly smiling with crazy eyes]], and [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/956/472/f6c.jpg Lisa with Mr. Burns's face]]. These are not real ''Simpsons'' screenshots, obviously. The former is edited from [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S06E06/727292.jpg this screenshot]] of Homer's forced smile from "Treehouse of Horror ", V", with the hooks removed and Homer's pupils moved around in an attempt to make the image look more ridiculous than it already was. The latter is a composite of [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S08E07/812544.jpg this screenshot]] of Lisa commenting on Nelson's version of "Joy to the World" from "Lisa's Date with Density" and [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S08E04/450699.jpg this screenshot]] of Mr. Burns in his flashback to how he met his son's mother from "Burns, Baby, Burns".
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