12 - 333 x 666 = (a x b2) > 2 = 7, (2 + 2b2) - 144,000 - 0 = 3:15, 05/18.
Homer's new rapture prediction equation is:
13 - 333 x 666 = (a x b2) > 2 = 7, (2 + 2b2) - 144,000 - 0 = 3:15, 05/19.
It is unlikely that the rapture really occurred and God turned back time because it was sunrise by the time Homer woke up and it was darker at 3:15. This also means that his family was looking for him the whole time while he was dreaming and Moe probably sold the sushi place to get his bar back during this time.
When waiting to go to Heaven, Rod Flanders' head is missing.
When God turns backs time, he exclaims, “Deus ex machina.” This literary machinism is used ironically because it means "God from the machine" and refers to an inexplicable resolution to an unsolvable problem—which are both elements of what happens in the episode when the Apocalypse is undone.
The scene at the end of the episode, where Homer and his bar pals are drinking, resembles the Last Supper painting by Leonardo da Vinci, with Homer posing as Jesus.