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=== Goofs ===
 
=== Goofs ===
*[[Hank Aaron XXIV]] is shown to have played for the Atlanta Braves but, as we learned in "[[The Deep South]]", Atlanta has been submerged in the Atlantic Ocean for quite some time. Unless his lifespan is somehow incredibly longer than everyone else's, he would have to be either a mermaid or a [[head in a jar]].
 
**This was something the production staff were aware of and the Atlanta Braves logo is updated from the 20th century design, which used a tomahawk, to feature a trident.
 
**Additionally, in "[[The Deep South]]", Zoidberg says about the underwater Atlanta: "sure, they've got the Braves, but it's a third-rate symphony," perhaps showing that the Braves still exist as an Atlanta team.
 
 
*In the episode "[[Anthology of Interest I]]" Shea Stadium is shown to be a complete bowl, but in this episode, it is shown to be more like the actual Shea Stadium, and is open in the outfield.
 
*In the episode "[[Anthology of Interest I]]" Shea Stadium is shown to be a complete bowl, but in this episode, it is shown to be more like the actual Shea Stadium, and is open in the outfield.
*All the whole numbers couldn't have been retired since they are infinite.
 
**It may be that the whole numbers used were only a specific subset, say from 1 to 99.
 
 
*During the ending scene between Leela and Jackie Anderson, Leela's eyeliner disappears and reappears between shots.
 
*During the ending scene between Leela and Jackie Anderson, Leela's eyeliner disappears and reappears between shots.
 
*Hermes makes a reference to Leela having not recorded an out in 77 innings. However, if no outs were recorded, then Leela would not be credited with any innings pitched, at least if the rules of [[blernsball]] are similar to those of {{w|baseball}}.
 
*Hermes makes a reference to Leela having not recorded an out in 77 innings. However, if no outs were recorded, then Leela would not be credited with any innings pitched, at least if the rules of [[blernsball]] are similar to those of {{w|baseball}}.

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