History Recap / TheSimpsonsS10E17MaximumHomerdrive

18th Jul '17 1:25:37 PM Premonition45
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* ZippingUpTheBodybag: The coroners zip up the body bag on Red. They give an extra one to Marge just in case, because Homer doesn't look so good either.
30th Jun '17 8:21:39 PM Premonition45
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* ShoutOut: The title references the movie ''Film/MaximumOverdrive'', which starred Yeardley Smith, Lisa's voice actor.
15th Apr '17 1:31:29 PM Asue
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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, California; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Also, previously, when they set off on the road, Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.



* UnusualEuphemism: The trucker who tells homer about the auto-driver say it lets you "sit back and feel your ass grow."

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* UnusualEuphemism: The trucker who tells homer Homer about the auto-driver say it lets you "sit back and feel your ass grow."
28th Dec '16 11:35:42 AM NWolfman
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* UnusualEuphemism: The trucker who tells homer about the auto-driver say it lets you "sit back and feel your ass grow."
28th Dec '16 11:30:40 AM NWolfman
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* ContinuityNod: The doorbell Marge and Lisa buy plays the melody from "(They Long To Be) Close To You)" by The Carpenters, which is confirmed to be Homer and Marge's wedding song.


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* SeriousBusiness: A doorbell is not a toy. It only gets rang when someone comes to ring it. Lisa learns this the hard way.
17th Nov '16 6:30:02 PM Brady515
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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Also, previously, when they set off on the road, Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.

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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; California; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Also, previously, when they set off on the road, Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.
17th Nov '16 6:29:14 PM Brady515
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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Also, previously Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.

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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Also, previously previously, when they set off on the road, Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.
17th Nov '16 6:28:57 PM Brady515
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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington.
Also, previously Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.

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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington.
Washington. Also, previously Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.
17th Nov '16 6:28:41 PM Brady515
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* FridgeLogic: When Homer and Bart are fishing, Bart tells Homer they have to cover 2,200 miles to Atlanta, Georgia, in 10 hours. How is it possible in a semi-truck (that's also loaded, not empty), we'll never know. The semi-trucks' maximum speeds are generally about 100 mph, and then there are speed limits, which vary state to state, from 65 to 80 mph. Also, if Atlanta was 2,200 miles away from their location, they must have still been somewhere in the West Coast or Rockies, for Atlanta is just 2,200 miles from Los Angeles, CA; and the only places more further from Atlanta are in Northern California, Oregon and Washington.
Also, previously Bart mentions that they'd have to make it to Atlanta in three days. While we don't know where the fictional Springfield is, but if we assume it's based on Matt Groening's hometown of Portland, Oregon, which is between 2,600-2,700 miles from Atlanta - which can be driven in three days with sleeping breaks, then it would mean that so far, Homer and Bart had only driven for about 400-500 miles.
24th Oct '16 6:03:06 AM rwe1138
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* BigEater: Red Barclay and Tony Randall. Homer, who has apparently never been eaten till he was full up until this point is no match for Red and probably no match for Tony either.

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* BigEater: Red Barclay and Tony Randall. Homer, who has apparently never been eaten till he was full up until this point is no match for Red and probably no match for Tony either.
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