History Recap / TheSimpsonsS10E11WildBartsCantBeBroken

14th Sep '17 5:45:33 PM Ilshan
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* CallBack: The old people playing outside to the tune of Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony is a reference to the season 2 episode [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E9ItchyAndScratchyAndMarge "Itchy and Scratchy and Marge"]]
23rd Aug '17 2:39:18 AM Technomaru
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* SuddenAnatomy: When Chief Wiggum announces the curfew on the news, a fingernail suddenly appears on his pointing finger.
19th Jul '17 12:55:10 PM Shamrock95
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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: The child curfew law that Chief Wiggum enforces is nowhere close to how most cities enforce similar child curfew laws. For starters, these laws usually state when a child can't be out at night without adult supervision (as kids do tend to be out late to attend sporting events, movie screenings, and other activities), not when a kid must be at home. Second, most cities' curfew time is usually a set time (i.e. 9:00PM), not as soon as the sun sets (and even if the time based on when the sun sets, the curfew starts at least ''an hour after'' this).

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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: The child curfew law that Chief Wiggum enforces is nowhere close to how most cities enforce similar child curfew laws. For starters, these laws usually state when a child can't be out at night without adult supervision (as kids do tend to be out late to attend sporting events, movie screenings, and other activities), not when a kid must be at home. Second, most cities' curfew time is usually a set time (i.e. 9:00PM), 9:00 p.m.), not as soon as the sun sets (and even if the time based on when the sun sets, the curfew starts at least ''an hour after'' this).



-->'''Lisa:''' (''On air'') And guess who's been practice medicine without a license?

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-->'''Lisa:''' (''On air'') And guess who's been practice practicing medicine without a license?



* KarmaHoudini: Although everyone in town who is not elderly end up being smacked with a curfew (which is more of a blanket punishment), Homer and his idiotic gang are never directly punished or even called out on their drunken behavior which set all the episode's events in motion. Nobody even finds out that they were responsible. Until ''way'' later, in "At Long Last Leaves" (through only Homer was discovered for being responsible and Lenny, Carl and Barney are still unpunished).

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* KarmaHoudini: Although everyone in town who is not elderly end up being smacked with a curfew (which is more of a blanket punishment), Homer and his idiotic gang are never directly punished or even called out on their drunken behavior which set all the episode's events in motion. Nobody even finds out that they were responsible. Until ''way'' later, in "At Long Last Leaves" (through Leave" (though only Homer was discovered for being found to be responsible and Lenny, Carl and Barney are still unpunished).
15th Apr '17 5:03:54 PM jormis29
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* ArtisticLicense: The child curfew law that Chief Wiggum enforces is nowhere close to how most cities enforce similar child curfew laws. For starters, these laws usually state when a child can't be out at night without adult supervision (as kids do tend to be out late to attend sporting events, movie screenings, and other activities), not when a kid must be at home. Second, most cities' curfew time is usually a set time (i.e. 9:00PM), not as soon as the sun sets (and even if the time based on when the sun sets, the curfew starts at least ''an hour after'' this).

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* ArtisticLicense: ArtisticLicenseLaw: The child curfew law that Chief Wiggum enforces is nowhere close to how most cities enforce similar child curfew laws. For starters, these laws usually state when a child can't be out at night without adult supervision (as kids do tend to be out late to attend sporting events, movie screenings, and other activities), not when a kid must be at home. Second, most cities' curfew time is usually a set time (i.e. 9:00PM), not as soon as the sun sets (and even if the time based on when the sun sets, the curfew starts at least ''an hour after'' this).
15th Apr '17 1:01:33 PM Asue
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* KarmaHoudini: Although everyone in town who is not elderly end up being smacked with a curfew (which is more of a blanket punishment), Homer and his idiotic gang are never directly punished or even called out on their drunken behavior which set all the episode's events in motion. Nobody even finds out that they were responsible.
Until ''way'' later, in "At Long Last Leaves" (through only Homer was discovered for being responsible and Lenny, Carl and Barney are still unpunished).

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* KarmaHoudini: Although everyone in town who is not elderly end up being smacked with a curfew (which is more of a blanket punishment), Homer and his idiotic gang are never directly punished or even called out on their drunken behavior which set all the episode's events in motion. Nobody even finds out that they were responsible.
responsible. Until ''way'' later, in "At Long Last Leaves" (through only Homer was discovered for being responsible and Lenny, Carl and Barney are still unpunished).
15th Apr '17 1:00:42 PM Asue
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* TechnologyMarchesOn: Milhouse's suggestion to put the adults' secrets online wouldn't seem silly or impossible today, thanks to social media websites, blogs, and domains where people can make and maintain their own websites.
12th Apr '17 12:40:46 PM Asue
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* TechnologyMarchesOn: Milhouse's suggestion to put the adults' secrets online wouldn't seem silly or impossible today, thanks to social media websites, blogs, and domains where people can make and maintain their own websites.
12th Apr '17 12:40:12 PM Asue
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* LaserGuidedKarma: The adults made an unfair curfew for children but got the same fate in the end by the seniors. Most of the adults lyrics do happen to them in future episodes. Homer sang about how his children were born by accident because Marge forgot her pill (His own father calls him an accident which completely destroyed his relationship with him). Krusty sung negatively about the kids before trying to reassure them to stay in the fan club (Krusty's relationship with his father is far from good due to him choosing to be clown instead of following Jewish tradition).

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Until ''way'' later, in "At Long Last Leaves" (through only Homer was discovered for being responsible and Lenny, Carl and Barney are still unpunished).
* LaserGuidedKarma: The adults made an unfair curfew for children but got the same fate in the end by the seniors. Most of the adults lyrics do happen to them in future episodes. Homer sang about how his children were born by accident because Marge forgot her pill (His own father calls him an accident which completely destroyed his relationship with him). Krusty sung negatively about the kids before trying to reassure them to stay in the fan club (Krusty's relationship with his father is far from good due to him choosing to be clown instead of following Jewish tradition).



* TechnologyMarchesOn: Milhouse's suggestion to put the adults' secrets online wouldn't seem silly or impossible today, thanks to social media websites, blogs, and domains where people can make and maintain their own websites.



** The adults reveled in the curfew more than any adult ever should. Even Marge who is one of the nicer Simpsons made a few jokes. When the kids get even, [[NeverMyFault the adults act as if they did nothing wrong and that the kids are to blame.]] Even the song is needlessly cruel with Homer singing that Bart and Lisa were accidents because Marge forgot her pill ([[WhatTheHellHero Marge doesn't even shout at him or correct him she just murmurs and gives a guilty or embarrassed smile to the other adults which is out of character as she will tear the world to shreds if her children are harmed in some way either emotionally or physically)]] while Moe sang about how the all kids should be "drowned like cats".

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** The adults reveled in the curfew more than any adult ever should. Even Marge Marge, who is one of the nicer Simpsons Simpsons, made a few jokes. When the kids get even, [[NeverMyFault the adults act as if they did nothing wrong and that the kids are to blame.]] Even the song is needlessly cruel with Homer singing that Bart and Lisa were accidents because Marge forgot her pill ([[WhatTheHellHero Marge doesn't even shout at him or correct him him, she just murmurs and gives a guilty or embarrassed smile to the other adults adults, which is out of character out-of-character, as she will tear the world to shreds if her children are harmed in some way either emotionally or physically)]] while Moe sang about how the all kids should be "drowned like cats".
1st Apr '17 1:27:38 AM FierceArtist
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** "The Bloodening" itself and the page image is a parody of ''Film/VillageOfTheDamned1960'', infamous for its {{Creepy Child}}ren having [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing eyes]].
10th Mar '17 11:29:02 AM Eddy1215
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Bart may be a jerk but when it comes to the adults and their rules against kids, he was right to call them out on that, even Nelson, a JerkAss himself, agrees to help Bart.
* KarmaHoudini: Although everyone in town who is not elderly end up being smacked with a curfew (which is more of a blanket punishment), Homer and his idiotic gang are never directly punished or even called out on their drunken behavior which set all the episode's events in motion.
* LaserGuidedKarma: The adults made an unfair curfew for children but got the same fate in the end by the seniors. Most of the adults lyrics do happen to them in future episodes. Homer sang about how his children were born by accident because Marge forgot her pill (His own father calls him an accident which completely destroyed his relationship with him). Krusty sung negatively about the kids before trying to reassure them to stay in the fan club (Krusty's relationship with his father is far from good due to him choosing to be clown instead of following jewish tradition).

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* InstantlyProvenWrong: When Marge tries to assure Bart and Lisa that nothing really great happens after dark, Homer comes in cheering that there's a carnival in the street.
* JerkassHasAPoint: Bart may be a jerk but when it comes to the adults and their rules against kids, he was right to call them out on that, even Nelson, a JerkAss {{Jerkass}} himself, agrees to help Bart.
* KarmaHoudini: Although everyone in town who is not elderly end up being smacked with a curfew (which is more of a blanket punishment), Homer and his idiotic gang are never directly punished or even called out on their drunken behavior which set all the episode's events in motion. \n Nobody even finds out that they were responsible.
* LaserGuidedKarma: The adults made an unfair curfew for children but got the same fate in the end by the seniors. Most of the adults lyrics do happen to them in future episodes. Homer sang about how his children were born by accident because Marge forgot her pill (His own father calls him an accident which completely destroyed his relationship with him). Krusty sung negatively about the kids before trying to reassure them to stay in the fan club (Krusty's relationship with his father is far from good due to him choosing to be clown instead of following jewish Jewish tradition).



* NotHelpingYourCase: When Marge tries to assure Bart and Lisa that nothing really great happens after dark, Homer comes in cheering that there's a carnival in the street.
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