History Heartwarming / TheSimpsons

13th Feb '18 5:05:11 PM AmuckCricetine
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** Homer trying to give his last words to Bart and Lisa just in case he dies and both of them help him say something meaningful to the other. To Bart, Homer says that he'll grow up and turn out alright with or without him and to Lisa, Homer says [[CrowningMomentOfFunny she's adopted and doesn't like him (And then yells at Bart)]], but then says that no matter what, she has a big brother who loves him and always will.

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** Homer trying to give his last words to Bart and Lisa just in case he dies and both of them help him say something meaningful to the other. To Bart, Homer says that he'll grow up and turn out alright with or without him and to Lisa, Homer says [[CrowningMomentOfFunny she's adopted and doesn't like him (And then yells at Bart)]], but then says that no matter what, she has a big brother who loves him her and always will.will.
** Apu and Homer's friends all praying for Homer when he finally gets his surgery.



** [[PetTheDog Homer actually being nice to Patty and Selma by offering his condolences for Aunt Gladys' death]].



* Also, the climax of "Lisa on Ice" in which Bart is set to score the winning shot and Lisa is ready to block. While the crowd cheers for the two to defeat each other, they flash back to all the times that they were more than just brother and sister -- ''they were each other's friends'' (Bart helping Lisa get a cookie from a cookie jar which she shared with him, Bart making shadow puppets for Lisa's entertainment, Lisa patching Bart's injured knee, and, most heart-warming of all, Bart sharing his ice cream with Lisa after hers falls off her cone) and decide to throw the game in the name of their friendship and sibling-hood. After sharing a heartfelt hug with each other, they share this simple, poignant exchange before happily skating off the rink, arms around each other's shoulders:

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* Also, the The climax of "Lisa on Ice" in which Bart is set to score the winning shot and Lisa is ready to block. While the crowd cheers for the two to defeat each other, they flash back to all the times that they were more than just brother and sister -- ''they were each other's friends'' (Bart helping Lisa get a cookie from a cookie jar which she shared with him, Bart making shadow puppets for Lisa's entertainment, Lisa patching Bart's injured knee, and, most heart-warming of all, Bart sharing his ice cream with Lisa after hers falls off her cone) and decide to throw the game in the name of their friendship and sibling-hood. After sharing a heartfelt hug with each other, they share this simple, poignant exchange before happily skating off the rink, arms around each other's shoulders:
5th Feb '18 9:31:57 PM IvanovTroping97
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-->'''Homer''': Thanks son, I was waiting for someone to say that.

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-->'''Homer''': Thanks son, Thanks, boy! I was waiting for someone to say that.
5th Feb '18 9:31:04 PM IvanovTroping97
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-->'''Bart''': I thought that was a really cool car you designed.

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-->'''Bart''': I thought that your car was a really cool car you designed.cool.
25th Jan '18 2:38:39 PM MarioandSmurfs
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* In "Lisa vs. Mailbu Stacy", Smithers instantly recognizing Lisa as Homer's daughter and willing to help her locate Stacy Lovell. Also, the fact that he owns the world's largest Malibu Stacy collection is pretty cute.
23rd Jan '18 11:26:51 PM MadAnthony94
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** Bart is spitefully satisfied when he hears that Homer and Marge are distraught over him going missing... but when he hears Lisa crying, he actually whispers a message to her through the air duct that he's okay, showing apparently genuine empathy for her.
15th Jan '18 7:00:20 PM SasquatchJim
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** Also, while it may have been unintentional, when everyone is inside the bomb shelter, they begin thinking of reasons they should be allowed to stay (due to their being too many people inside.) While Krusty and Moe each give reasons to save their own skins, Moe immediately follows it up by explaining why Homer should stay. Despite their somewhat tumultuous friendship, Moe really did seem to care about Homer.
14th Jan '18 12:34:23 PM MadAnthony94
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** Lisa and Bart getting drunk in the treehouse, and reminiscing about their lives.

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** Lisa and Bart getting drunk in the treehouse, and reminiscing about their lives. It culminates in Bart admitting that he always wanted to be like Lisa.



** Homer hugging un-frozen Grandpa.

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** Homer hugging un-frozen Grandpa. Just before, Grandpa finishes a stream of his usual insults by thanking Homer for looking after his wellbeing.


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** Kearny as a cab driver who shows genuine concern for Maggie's contractions and arranges her hospital room, a far cry from the bully we knew in the past.
** Learning that Homer has finally quit drinking but still goes down to Moe's to see his old friends. And Moe actually allows this.
** Grandpa asking Maggie who the father of her baby is (the implication being that the answer is scandalous), leaving her clearly embarrassed to answer. But...
---> '''Abe''': Eh, doesn't matter. If there's one day a year to give unwed mothers a break, it's Christmas.
3rd Jan '18 12:48:32 PM Pallo
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** Homer telling Marge [[SoProudOfYou "I always knew you would change the world. For the better."]]
** The only kid who seems to like the change in Itchy and Scratchy is Maggie, who ends up giving Homer lemonade after watching it (earlier, she had hit him with a mallet because of the cartoon's influence).
** A very small one, but still kinda sweet. That complete disaster of a so-called spice rack Homer is trying to make in the beginning of the episode? Marge is using it while cooking later.



** Homer telling Marge [[SoProudOfYou "I always knew you would change the world. For the better."]]
** The only kid who seems to like the change in Itchy and Scratchy is Maggie, who ends up giving Homer lemonade after watching it (earlier, she had hit him with a mallet because of the cartoon's influence).
** A very small one, but still kinda sweet. That complete disaster of a so-called spice rack Homer is trying to make in the beginning of the episode? Marge is using it while cooking later.
24th Dec '17 11:59:38 PM Nicoaln
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* TheReveal that it was ''Mr. Burns'' of all people who raised Smithers. Burns respected Waylon Sr. that much, and actually felt ''remorse'' for what he did. Sure in true Simpsons fashion, Burns reveals he made a cover-up story.
15th Dec '17 7:36:11 AM MJTrooper
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* [[https://twitter.com/TheSimpsons/status/941367856070979584 This short]] has a statement at the end asking people to help Puerto Rico, which is still suffering from the after effects of Hurricane Maria.
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