History Recap / TheSimpsonsS10E3BartTheMother

18th Jan '17 5:08:31 PM CJCroen1393
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* ArtisticLicenseOrnithology: Principal Skinner insinuates that the cuckoo and the nene are extinct birds. Cuckoos aren't even a species (they're a family) and couldn't be more common, while the nene is classed as "vulnerable" (basically, "almost endangered") but not extinct.
15th Jan '17 12:02:48 PM schoi30
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* JerkassHasAPoint: As harsh it may have been, Marge did have every reason to be angry and fed up given Bart is normally an endless troublemaker.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: As harsh it may have been, Marge did have every reason to be angry and fed up given Bart is normally an endless troublemaker.troublemaker and she insisted he shouldn't hang out with Nelson (for good reason).
15th Jan '17 11:56:45 AM schoi30
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* JerkassHasAPoint: As harsh it may have been, Marge did have every reason to be angry and fed up given Bart

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* JerkassHasAPoint: As harsh it may have been, Marge did have every reason to be angry and fed up given BartBart is normally an endless troublemaker.
15th Jan '17 11:55:59 AM schoi30
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** Just in case you thought Marge was a little too hard on Bart for pretty much disowning him earlier, she helps him warm the eggs and even allows him and the lizards to escape from getting killed.

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** Just in case you thought Marge was a little too hard on Bart for pretty much disowning him earlier, earlier (and also making it hard for him for take care of the eggs by barging into his treehouse and unplugging the cord connected to the incubator), she helps him warm the eggs and even allows him and the lizards to escape from getting killed.



* {{Jerkass}}: Nelson. While this is usually par the course for him, this episode depicts him at his absolute worst since "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E5BartTheGeneral Bart the General]]." His treatment of Milhouse at the Family Fun Center and his bullying taunts to Bart are more mean-spirited than usual, and he tops it all off by insisting that Bart shoot a bird and expressing absolute glee when its killed. No wonder Marge wanted Bart to stay away from him.

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* {{Jerkass}}: JerkassBall: Nelson. While this is usually par the course for him, this episode depicts him at his absolute worst since "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E5BartTheGeneral Bart the General]]." His treatment of Milhouse at the Family Fun Center and his bullying taunts to Bart are more mean-spirited than usual, and he tops it all off by insisting that Bart shoot a bird and expressing absolute glee when its killed. No wonder Marge wanted Bart to stay away from him.him.
* JerkassHasAPoint: As harsh it may have been, Marge did have every reason to be angry and fed up given Bart
15th Jan '17 3:41:29 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* SkewedPriorities: When Nelson get enough tickets to win an easy-bake oven or a BB gun, he replies with this gem:

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* SkewedPriorities: When Nelson get gets enough tickets to win an easy-bake oven or a BB gun, he replies with this gem:
29th Dec '16 2:59:17 PM Wingnut
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* {{Jerkass}}: Nelson. While this is usually par the course for him, this episode depicts him at his absolute worst since "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E5BartTheGeneral Bart the General]]." His treatment of Milhouse at the Family Fun Center and his bullying taunts to Bart are more mean-spirited than usual, and he tops it all off by insisting that Bart shoot a bird and expressing absolute glee when its killed.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Nelson. While this is usually par the course for him, this episode depicts him at his absolute worst since "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E5BartTheGeneral Bart the General]]." His treatment of Milhouse at the Family Fun Center and his bullying taunts to Bart are more mean-spirited than usual, and he tops it all off by insisting that Bart shoot a bird and expressing absolute glee when its killed. No wonder Marge wanted Bart to stay away from him.
28th Nov '16 10:16:34 AM windyshadow32
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This is the last episode written by David X. Cohen before he left to work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. This is also the last appearance of Troy [=McClure=]. The episode is dedicated in the memory of Creator/PhilHartman who voiced [=McClure=], Lionel Hutz, Lyle Lanley, and various other characters on the show. Hartman was tragically killed by his wife 4 months before the episode aired.
1st Nov '16 4:54:38 PM Premonition45
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* MamaBear: By the climax both Bart and Marge feel this way towards Bart's lizards. Bart because he raised them, and Marge because she knows how it feels to love a kid even when everyone else thinks they're a monster.



* MamaBear: By the climax both Bart and Marge feel this way towards Bart's lizards. Bart because he raised them, and Marge because she knows how it feels to love a kid even when everyone else thinks they're a monster.

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* MamaBear: By the climax both MythologyGag: When she learns Bart and has disobeyed her by hanging out with Nelson, Marge feel this way towards Bart's lizards. Bart because he raised them, and Marge because she knows how it feels says "Bart is in deep, deep trouble.", referring to love a kid even when everyone else thinks they're a monster.the Simpsons song "Deep, Deep Trouble".
9th Oct '16 3:11:22 PM Premonition45
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* EndOfAnAge: This was the last Simpsons episode to use the production code "#F##", the last Simpsons episode to feature Creator/PhilHartman (playing Troy [=McClure=]), and also the last full-length Simpsons episode written by David S. Cohen (his last Simpsons work was the "Treehouse of Horror IX" story "Starship Poopers"), who became executive producer and head writer for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', adopting the name "David X. Cohen" there.

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* EndOfAnAge: This was the last Simpsons episode to use the production code "#F##", the last Simpsons episode to feature Creator/PhilHartman (playing Troy [=McClure=]), and also the last full-length Simpsons episode written by David S. Cohen (his Cohen[[note]]his last Simpsons work was the "Treehouse of Horror IX" story "Starship Poopers"), Poopers"[[/note]], who became executive producer and head writer for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', adopting the name "David X. Cohen" there.
8th Oct '16 3:23:20 PM Premonition45
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This was the last Simpsons episode to use the production code "#F##", and also the last full-length Simpsons episode written by David S. Cohen, who became executive producer and head writer for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' (adopting the name David X. Cohen there).


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* EndOfAnAge: This was the last Simpsons episode to use the production code "#F##", the last Simpsons episode to feature Creator/PhilHartman (playing Troy [=McClure=]), and also the last full-length Simpsons episode written by David S. Cohen (his last Simpsons work was the "Treehouse of Horror IX" story "Starship Poopers"), who became executive producer and head writer for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', adopting the name "David X. Cohen" there.
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