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*At the end of the previous episode, "[[That Darn Katz!]]", as a result of the earth rotation being reversed, the sun is shown setting to the east side of the [[Planet Express headquarters]]. However, the sun is shown rising on that same side the morning Leela makes breakfast for the crew.
 
*At the end of the previous episode, "[[That Darn Katz!]]", as a result of the earth rotation being reversed, the sun is shown setting to the east side of the [[Planet Express headquarters]]. However, the sun is shown rising on that same side the morning Leela makes breakfast for the crew.
 
*Bender is watching ''All My Circuits'' when Mr. Peppy surprises him, yet in the next shot the TV is turned off.
 
*Bender is watching ''All My Circuits'' when Mr. Peppy surprises him, yet in the next shot the TV is turned off.
**He could have turned it off afterward, due to his occupation.
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::He could have turned it off afterward, due to his occupation.  
 
*When Mr. Peppy takes Bender's arm off, there are wires seen in his arm hole opening. However, in many other episodes in which Bender's arms are removed (such as "[[Space Pilot 3000]]"), there are no wires that connect them to his body.
 
*When Mr. Peppy takes Bender's arm off, there are wires seen in his arm hole opening. However, in many other episodes in which Bender's arms are removed (such as "[[Space Pilot 3000]]"), there are no wires that connect them to his body.
 
**They may be connected to the sockets his arms plug into.
 
**They may be connected to the sockets his arms plug into.

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