History BerserkButton / TheSimpsons

6th Oct '16 4:30:37 PM schoi30
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** Also, [[PapaWolf do not upset Lisa]]. Not even Marge is spared from this, as shown in "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Legalized Gambling)".

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** Also, [[PapaWolf do not upset Lisa]]. Not even Marge is spared from this, as shown in "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learn to and Love Legalized Gambling)".
6th Oct '16 4:30:10 PM schoi30
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** Also, [[PapaWolf do not upset Lisa]]. Not even Marge is spared from this, as shown in "$pringfield".

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** Also, [[PapaWolf do not upset Lisa]]. Not even Marge is spared from this, as shown in "$pringfield"."$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Legalized Gambling)".
6th Oct '16 4:26:18 PM schoi30
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** Also, [[PapaWolf do not upset Lisa]]. Not even Marge is spared from this, as shown in "$pringfield".
26th Aug '16 4:36:12 PM trixus
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* And if you lose a simple sport like Bart did in "The Boys of Bummer", RUN! '''RUN FAST.''' '''''RUN FAR.'''''

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* And if you lose a simple sport like Bart did in "The Boys of Bummer", RUN! '''RUN FAST.''' '''''RUN FAR.'''''''''' It will somehow weakens the dollar.
14th May '16 9:12:41 PM nombretomado
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* Badmouthing MacGyver around Patty & Selma is a sure fire way to get yourself killed ([[FateWorseThanDeath or something worse]]).

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* Badmouthing MacGyver Series/MacGyver around Patty & Selma is a sure fire way to get yourself killed ([[FateWorseThanDeath or something worse]]).
10th Apr '16 4:25:10 PM TheKoS
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* And don't ever harrass or harm Bart in any way around Marge. She won't even care if it's ''99% of Springfield's population'', [[MamaBear do NOT fuck with Marge]].

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* And don't ever harrass or harm Bart in any way around Marge. She won't even care if it's ''99% of Springfield's population'', [[MamaBear do NOT fuck mess with Marge]].her.]]
14th Feb '16 8:55:13 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** In "Hungry, Hungry Homer", he says he's okay with being called a liar when he's lying, or when he's about to lie, or when he's just finished lying. But ''not'' when he's telling the truth!
29th Aug '15 3:02:03 PM looneynightmare
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* Barney Gumble has two, never take his beer away from him or knock it out of his hand, and as seen in "Homer At The Bat" never say that Lord Palmerston wasn't the best prime minister who ever lived.
29th Apr '15 6:23:21 PM TripleTV95
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* Though few would argue that golden boy Homer Simpson is the greatest example. In fact, Homer's Berserk Button has arguably been a staple of the character since day one, through all the characters' many changes. Homer's primary Berserk Button is his son Bart Simpson. However, many times Homer's thinly subdued insecurity has led to some of his many explosions of anger. Homer may also fall in line with having a HairTriggerTemper. One of the show's most time-honored traditions is Homer strangling his son Bart ([[AmusingInjuries never in a lethal fashion]], most of the time) due to aforementioned boy doing something to either specifically anger Homer, or more often than not being the cause of a vexing situation for Homer. It's iconically complemented with the [[CatchPhrase catch phrase]] "WHY YOU LITTLE--!!!" As Homer's explosive temper is almost as iconic a trait as his childish behavior or appetite, there are countless examples of Homer's Berserk Button being pushed throughout the series. Some examples include:
** Homer doesn't mind if a food will kill him or have other adverse side effects (he even ate [[ExtremeOmnivore old baking soda]] in one episode), but HATES if something is "low-fat".
** Homer's temper was the subject of a few episodes, particularly the episode "I am Furious Yellow," where Bart makes a successful webcomic called Angry Dad. The comic recreated daily fits of rage Bart observed from his dad. Ironically at the end of the episode however, it's said that it's healthier for Homer to act out on his anger rather than try to subdue it... which when tried had harmful side effects.

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* Though few would argue that golden boy Homer Simpson is the greatest example. In fact, Homer's Berserk Button has arguably been a staple of the character since day one, through all the characters' many changes. Homer's primary Berserk Button is his son Bart Simpson.son, Bart. However, many times Homer's thinly subdued insecurity has led to some of his many explosions of anger. Homer may also fall in line with having a HairTriggerTemper. One of the show's most time-honored traditions is Homer strangling his son Bart ([[AmusingInjuries never in a lethal fashion]], most of the time) due to aforementioned boy doing something to either specifically anger Homer, or more often than not being the cause of a vexing situation for Homer. It's iconically complemented with the [[CatchPhrase catch phrase]] "WHY YOU LITTLE--!!!" As Homer's explosive temper is almost as iconic a trait as his childish behavior or appetite, there are countless examples of Homer's Berserk Button being pushed throughout the series. Some examples include:
** Homer doesn't mind if a food will kill him or have other adverse side effects (he even ate [[ExtremeOmnivore old baking soda]] in one episode), but HATES if something is "low-fat".
** Homer's temper was the subject of a few episodes, particularly the episode "I am Furious Yellow," where Bart makes a successful webcomic called Angry Dad. ''Angry Dad.'' The comic recreated daily fits of rage Bart observed from his dad. Ironically Ironically, at the end of the episode however, episode, it's said that it's healthier for Homer to act out on his anger rather than try to subdue it... which when tried had harmful side effects.



* Principal Skinner usually gets annoyed by Bart Simpson's antics, but the episode "Brother's Little Helper" shows just what happens when Bart presses Skinner's berserk button one time too many when he ended up flooding the entire schoolgrounds with a firehose and a gymnasium during a fire safety skit gone awry: He screamed Bart's name while witnessing Bart laughing during the aftermath, and approached him in a menacing manner. In fact, he ended up having to punch a clown-based punching bean in front of Bart's parents in order to calm himself down before addressing them for the parent teacher conference.

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* Principal Skinner usually gets annoyed by Bart Simpson's Bart's antics, but the episode "Brother's Little Helper" shows just what happens when Bart presses Skinner's berserk button one time too many when he ended up flooding the entire schoolgrounds with a firehose and a gymnasium during a fire safety skit gone awry: He screamed Bart's name while witnessing Bart laughing during the aftermath, and approached him in a menacing manner. In fact, he ended up having to punch a clown-based punching bean in front of Bart's parents in order to calm himself down before addressing them for the parent teacher conference.



* Bart doesn't like it when you make fun of his mother, as seen in "The Great Wife Hope" and "The Devil Wears Nada" (the latter in which her beat up ''Nelson'').

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* [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas Bart doesn't like it when you make fun of his mother, mother]], as seen in "The Great Wife Hope" and "The Devil Wears Nada" (the latter in which her he beat up ''Nelson'').
2nd Mar '15 1:03:49 PM JuniorGustabo
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** Bart also has a [[BigBrotherInstinct protective instinct]] towards Lisa. It's not a good idea to threaten her in front of him.
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