History Recap / TheSimpsonsS10E1LardOfTheDance

7th Mar '16 5:28:59 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* LongBusRide: Alison, who last appeared in season six, reappears here.

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* LongBusRide: LongBusTrip: Alison, who last appeared in season six, reappears here.
7th Mar '16 5:28:05 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* LongBusRide: Alison, who last appeared in season six, reappears here.
21st Feb '16 2:37:31 PM rafi
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* AgeInappropriateDress
14th Dec '15 6:13:11 PM windyshadow32
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20th Jul '15 10:07:38 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* ActorAllusion: A twofer. When Lisa introduces herself to Alex, Alex says "You name's Lisa? Shut up, I love that name!". Alex is voiced by Lisa Kudrow. And in another scene, Alex "Don't be such a Phoebe.". Lisa Kudrow played Phoebe Buffay on ''Series/{{Friends}}''. Another possible one is when Alex meets Sherri and Terri - she asks which is the EvilTwin. Kudrow also played Phoebe's much nastier twin sister Ursula.



* TechnologyMarchesOn: Much like in ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' and the season five episode "Bart Gets Famous," Alex having a cell phone was supposed to serve as an indicator of how mature and grown-up she is, or at least is attempting to act. Today, with cell phones being far more common (to the point that kids her age would actually have one, whether or not it was at their parents' insistence), viewers these days would more likely complain about how bulky and primitive 1990s cell phones looked rather than the fact that a ten-year-old has a cell phone (though some people will complain about the ten-year-old having a cell phone as a sign that kids are growing up too fast and are being treated as mini-adults rather than actual children).
20th Jul '15 10:02:50 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* AnAesop: Enjoy being young.

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* AnAesop: Enjoy being young. Don't be in a such a rush to grow up and enjoy your childhood while you still can.
15th Jan '15 9:50:43 PM redandready45
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* AirVentEscape: Homer and Bart to get in and out of the school's kitchen.

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* AirVentEscape: Homer and Bart to get in and out of the school's kitchen.kitchen.
* AnAesop: Enjoy being young.
1st Oct '14 6:00:25 PM luiz4200
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* SocialServicesDoesNotExist: Homer forces Bart to skip school to help him with his grease recycling business and nobody does anything about it.
14th Jan '14 3:08:07 PM Premonition45
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* TechnologyMarchesOn: Much like in ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' and the season five ''Simpsons'' episode "Bart Becomes Famous," Alex having a cell phone was supposed to serve as an indicator of how mature and grown-up she is, or at least is attempting to act. Today, with cell phones being far more common (to the point that kids her age would actually have one, whether or not it was at their parents' insistence), viewers these days would more likely complain about how bulky and primitive 1990s cell phones looked rather than the fact that a ten-year-old has a cell phone (though some people will complain about the ten-year-old having a cell phone as a sign that kids are growing up too fast and are being treated as mini-adults rather than actual children).

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: Much like in ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' and the season five ''Simpsons'' episode "Bart Becomes Gets Famous," Alex having a cell phone was supposed to serve as an indicator of how mature and grown-up she is, or at least is attempting to act. Today, with cell phones being far more common (to the point that kids her age would actually have one, whether or not it was at their parents' insistence), viewers these days would more likely complain about how bulky and primitive 1990s cell phones looked rather than the fact that a ten-year-old has a cell phone (though some people will complain about the ten-year-old having a cell phone as a sign that kids are growing up too fast and are being treated as mini-adults rather than actual children).
7th Dec '13 9:23:04 AM blueranger
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* ActorAllusion: A twofer. When Lisa introduces herself to Alex, Alex says "You name's Lisa? Shut up, I love that name!". Alex is voiced by Lisa Kudrow. And in another scene, Alex "Don't be such a Phoebe.". Lisa Kudrow played Phoebe Buffay on ''Series/{{Friends}}''.

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* ActorAllusion: A twofer. When Lisa introduces herself to Alex, Alex says "You name's Lisa? Shut up, I love that name!". Alex is voiced by Lisa Kudrow. And in another scene, Alex "Don't be such a Phoebe.". Lisa Kudrow played Phoebe Buffay on ''Series/{{Friends}}''. Another possible one is when Alex meets Sherri and Terri - she asks which is the EvilTwin. Kudrow also played Phoebe's much nastier twin sister Ursula.
* AirVentEscape: Homer and Bart to get in and out of the school's kitchen.


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* ContinuityNod: Alison from "Lisa's Rival" is among the girls Alex and Lisa hang with.
* CrashIntoHello: Millhouse takes off his glasses when he sees Lisa but ends up crashing into a shop display.


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* LittleBlackDress: Lisa dons one to get a date for the dance.
* NotSoAboveItAll: Turns out Alex isn't totally above having a greaseball fight for fun.


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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The men from the Acne Grease Corporation get set up as a pair of villains when they steal the grease Homer takes from Krusty Burger. But they're never seen again after that.
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