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11th Oct '16 1:30:57 AM Milarqui
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* In "Much Apu About Nothing", Homer tells Apu that, as part of his citizenship test, he might be asked to point where Springfield is. Homer goes all over the map without finding it, before Lisa tells him he is pointing out in the opposite direction. Just as Lisa points out where it is, Bart's head blocks the sight.
8th Oct '16 6:33:07 PM MsChibi
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Despite being described as a tiny "jerkwater burg", Springfield has multiple elementary schools, two multiplex cinemas, several universities, an army base, a naval reserve base, an Air Force base, a television studio, a Spanish-language TV station, its own radio market (its jazz station being the most powerful in the US, boasting a broadcast range of a whopping 23 feet), "Area 51-A", the international airport (receiving direct flights from Bombay at 15-minute intervals, plus [[http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/Springfield_International_Airport many other destinations here]]), a transit system including buses, streetcars, elevated tracks, an abandoned monorail, and two subways (one operational, one abandoned), football, baseball, and basketball stadiums (Springfield was awarded an NFL franchise, and the Basketball stadium was quickly turned into a honey bee sanctuary on opening day), a hockey rink, a Popsicle stick skyscraper, at least two mental hospitals, a house of ill repute, several shopping malls, a dozen correctional facilities, a FriendlyNeighborhoodChinatown, Tibettown, Greektown, Little Italy, a Russian district, a {{Gayborhood}}, and a Jewish neighborhood; more factories, retail outlets, eateries, museums, theme parks and night schools than most states, as well as vast expanses of desert, lakes, large river (with a dam), forests, chasms, swamps, farmland and blasted heath, and three gigantic mountains that turned up one episode but aren't even visible in the skyline at any other time... The town is also proud to be home to a mountain of burning tires that's continuously burned longer than any other tire fire in the world.

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Despite being described as a tiny "jerkwater burg", Springfield has multiple elementary schools, two multiplex cinemas, several universities, an army base, a naval reserve base, an Air Force base, a television studio, a Spanish-language TV station, its own radio market (its jazz station being the most powerful in the US, boasting a broadcast range of a whopping 23 feet), "Area 51-A", the international airport (receiving direct flights from Bombay at 15-minute intervals, plus [[http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/Springfield_International_Airport many other destinations here]]), a transit system including buses, streetcars, elevated tracks, an abandoned monorail, and two subways (one operational, one abandoned), football, baseball, and basketball stadiums (Springfield was awarded an NFL franchise, and the Basketball stadium was quickly turned into a honey bee sanctuary on opening day), a hockey rink, a Popsicle stick skyscraper, at least two mental hospitals, a house of ill repute, several shopping malls, a dozen correctional facilities, a RedLightDistrict that caters to both human men ''and'' dogs, a FriendlyNeighborhoodChinatown, Tibettown, Greektown, Little Italy, a Russian district, a {{Gayborhood}}, and a Jewish neighborhood; more factories, retail outlets, eateries, museums, theme parks and night schools than most states, as well as vast expanses of desert, lakes, large river (with a dam), forests, chasms, swamps, farmland and blasted heath, and three gigantic mountains that turned up one episode but aren't even visible in the skyline at any other time... The town is also proud to be home to a mountain of burning tires that's continuously burned longer than any other tire fire in the world.
19th Apr '16 9:27:13 PM lorgskyegon
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* Homer's driver's license also uses the "NT" abbreviation, though Hans Moleman's and Bart's fake ID simply say "Springfield, USA".
17th Sep '15 1:13:58 PM MysteriousZorua1994
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* In "Marge in Chains", a sign states that Springfield is approximately 678 miles from Mexico City, placing it around southern Texas.
28th Aug '15 1:31:50 AM BoredMe
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* In the Family Guy crossover, the Griffins reach it fairly quickly from Quahog, Rhode Island. That would seem to suggest Springfield, Mass.
29th Jan '15 6:52:51 PM DRCEQ
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* In "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday", Marge lists off her address in order for a company to send mail her something, but dodges the topic with a LastSecondWordSwap.
-->'''Marge:''' 742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield, Oh hiya Maude, come on in!
23rd Jan '15 7:14:28 PM DRCEQ
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Despite being described as a tiny "jerkwater burg", Springfield has multiple elementary schools, two multiplex cinemas, several universities, an army base, a naval reserve base, an Air Force base, a television studio, a Spanish-language TV station, its own radio market (its jazz station being the most powerful in the US), "Area 51-A", the international airport (receiving direct flights from Bombay at 15-minute intervals, plus [[http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/Springfield_International_Airport many other destinations here]]), a transit system including buses, streetcars, elevated tracks, an abandoned monorail, and two subways (one operational, one abandoned), football and baseball stadiums (Springfield was awarded an NFL franchise!), a hockey rink, a Popsicle stick skyscraper, at least two mental hospitals, a house of ill repute, several shopping malls, a dozen correctional facilities, a FriendlyNeighborhoodChinatown, Tibettown, Greektown, Little Italy, a Russian district, a {{Gayborhood}}, and a Jewish neighborhood; more factories, retail outlets, eateries, museums, theme parks and night schools than most states, as well as vast expanses of desert, lakes, large river (with a dam), forests, chasms, swamps, farmland and blasted heath, and three gigantic mountains that turned up one episode but aren't even visible in the skyline at any other time...

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Despite being described as a tiny "jerkwater burg", Springfield has multiple elementary schools, two multiplex cinemas, several universities, an army base, a naval reserve base, an Air Force base, a television studio, a Spanish-language TV station, its own radio market (its jazz station being the most powerful in the US), US, boasting a broadcast range of a whopping 23 feet), "Area 51-A", the international airport (receiving direct flights from Bombay at 15-minute intervals, plus [[http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/Springfield_International_Airport many other destinations here]]), a transit system including buses, streetcars, elevated tracks, an abandoned monorail, and two subways (one operational, one abandoned), football football, baseball, and baseball basketball stadiums (Springfield was awarded an NFL franchise!), franchise, and the Basketball stadium was quickly turned into a honey bee sanctuary on opening day), a hockey rink, a Popsicle stick skyscraper, at least two mental hospitals, a house of ill repute, several shopping malls, a dozen correctional facilities, a FriendlyNeighborhoodChinatown, Tibettown, Greektown, Little Italy, a Russian district, a {{Gayborhood}}, and a Jewish neighborhood; more factories, retail outlets, eateries, museums, theme parks and night schools than most states, as well as vast expanses of desert, lakes, large river (with a dam), forests, chasms, swamps, farmland and blasted heath, and three gigantic mountains that turned up one episode but aren't even visible in the skyline at any other time...
time... The town is also proud to be home to a mountain of burning tires that's continuously burned longer than any other tire fire in the world.




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* At the end of [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E19KillTheAlligatorAndRun "Kill the Alligator and Run"]], the Simpsons are [[PersonaNonGrata banned from ever returning to Florida]]. In the final scene of the episode, Marge is standing next to a map of the United States, with 48 of the states crossed off, leaving North Dakota and Arizona as the only states they haven't been banned from. [[PlaceWorseThanDeath Bart gives good reasons why they should never go there in the first place]], and she crosses them off too.
14th Sep '14 6:51:36 PM FordPrefect
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* Apparently its in a northern state, despite having the confederate flag as part of their flag.

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* Apparently its it's in a northern state, despite having the confederate flag Confederate Stars and Bars as part of their flag.
29th Aug '14 10:34:08 PM 10-13-2
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* Not to mention that their state capital is, in fact, "Capital City." Their state bird is apparently the pot-bellied sparrow.

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* Not to mention that their state capital is, in fact, "Capital City." (This seemingly proves that they're not in Illinois, since Illinois's state capital is, in fact, "Springfield.") Their state bird is apparently the pot-bellied sparrow.
29th Aug '14 10:33:12 PM 10-13-2
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* In one episode, a mobster says that they're smuggling sugar "south of the border", to which Homer replies "You mean Tennessee?"

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* In one episode, a mobster says that they're smuggling sugar "south of the border", to which Homer replies "You mean Tennessee?"Tennessee?" (Of course, [[GlobalIgnorance Homer is a moron]], so one needn't take ''that'' as a clue.)
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