History Recap / TheSimpsonsS10E12SundayCruddySunday

24th Jul '17 3:47:30 PM SpideyTerry
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** And then the bus arrives to pick them up and Vincent Price is the driver.
--->'''Vincent Price''': All aboard, boys. I've been waiting for you.\\
'''John Madden''': Now, I'll tell ya, that doesn't make a lick of sense!



-->'''Rudy:''' What I lack in size, I make up for in obnoxiousness!

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-->'''Rudy:''' --->'''Rudy:''' What I lack in size, I make up for in obnoxiousness!
6th Jul '17 2:16:41 PM Premonition45
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Homer, his buddies, and Bart head out to see the UsefulNotes/SuperBowl[[note]]Super Bowl XXXII, to be specific[[/note]] while Marge and Lisa paint eggs with an old kit endorsed by Creator/VincentPrice.

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Homer, his buddies, and Bart head out to see the UsefulNotes/SuperBowl[[note]]Super Bowl XXXII, XXXIII, to be specific[[/note]] while Marge and Lisa paint eggs with an old kit endorsed by Creator/VincentPrice.
4th Jul '17 10:07:51 PM Premonition45
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* MythologyGag: Wally Kogen is named for classic Simpsons writers Wallace Wolodarsky and Jay Kogen, who'd written for the show during the first 4 seasons, including the original "Treehouse of Horror" special, "Bart The Daredevil", and "Lisa the Greek", which also dealt with the Super Bowl.

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* MythologyGag: Wally Kogen is named for classic Simpsons writers Wallace Wolodarsky and Jay Kogen, who'd written for the show during the first 4 seasons, including the original "Treehouse of Horror" special, "Bart The Daredevil", and "Lisa the Greek", which was also dealt with about the Super Bowl.
18th Apr '17 4:20:09 AM Erin582
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* {{Redubbing}}: Parodied. In the bar, they hold their beer over their mouths and speak in a monotone voice when they mention the Atlanta Falcons, the Denver Broncos, or Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to DVD commentary, this was done in case they had to change
the dialogue in reruns, like they did with most cuts of the season three episode "Lisa the Greek," where the names of the football teams playing in the Super Bowl had to be changed to reflect the year.

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* {{Redubbing}}: Parodied. In the bar, they hold their beer over their mouths and speak in a monotone voice when they mention the Atlanta Falcons, the Denver Broncos, or Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to DVD commentary, this was done in case they had to change
change the dialogue in reruns, like they did with most cuts of the season three episode "Lisa the Greek," where the names of the football teams playing in the Super Bowl had to be changed to reflect the year.
18th Apr '17 4:18:56 AM Erin582
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* {{Redubbing}}: Parodied. In the bar, they hold their beer over their mouths and speak in a monotone voice when they mention the Atlanta Falcons, the Denver Broncos, or Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to DVD commentary, this was done in case they had to change the dialogue in reruns, like they did with most cuts of the season three episode "Lisa the Greek," where the names of the football teams playing in the Super Bowl had to be changed to reflect the year.

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* {{Redubbing}}: Parodied. In the bar, they hold their beer over their mouths and speak in a monotone voice when they mention the Atlanta Falcons, the Denver Broncos, or Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to DVD commentary, this was done in case they had to change change
the dialogue in reruns, like they did with most cuts of the season three episode "Lisa the Greek," where the names of the football teams playing in the Super Bowl had to be changed to reflect the year.


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** The title of the episode is taken from the Music/{{U2}} song "Sunday Bloody Sunday".
10th Apr '17 8:59:20 PM crl85
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* [[AsHimself As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].

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* [[AsHimself As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 Madden[[note]] [=SB33=] was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].
10th Apr '17 8:58:51 PM crl85
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* [[AsHimself|As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].

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* [[AsHimself|As [[AsHimself As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].
10th Apr '17 8:58:36 PM crl85
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* [[AsHimself | As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].

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* [[AsHimself | As [[AsHimself|As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].
10th Apr '17 8:58:16 PM crl85
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* ArtisticLicenseSports: The winning team are given their Super Bowl rings immediately following the game, evidenced by the guys having their own as they get back on the bus to head back to Springfield. In real life, the rings are typically handed out in the summer, before the new season begins.
* [[AsHimself | As Themselves]]: DollyParton helps break Homer and the gang out of Super Bowl jail, and the guys then flee to Rupert Murdoch's private suite, only to be chased out. Calling the game? That's year real-life announcers for Super Bowl XXXII, which aired on FOX, the network's #1 NFL announce team at the time, Pat Summerall and John Madden[[note SB33 was the seventh of eight Super Bowls the pair called together, and their second for FOX, with their first five on CBS[[/note]].
10th Apr '17 8:38:23 PM crl85
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Homer, his buddies, and Bart head out to see the UsefulNotes/SuperBowl while Marge and Lisa paint eggs with an old kit endorsed by Creator/VincentPrice.

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Homer, his buddies, and Bart head out to see the UsefulNotes/SuperBowl UsefulNotes/SuperBowl[[note]]Super Bowl XXXII, to be specific[[/note]] while Marge and Lisa paint eggs with an old kit endorsed by Creator/VincentPrice.
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