History Recap / TheSimpsonsS11E5EIEIAnnoyedGrunt

10th Feb '16 11:37:45 AM Gimere
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* {{Defictionalization}}: It is physically possible to cross-breed tomatoes with tobacco since they're both in the nightshade plant family. A farmer actually did this (even though the plant didn't last very long) after being inspired by this episode. He even got a chance to be on the DVD commentary for this episode.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A sign in the episode says, "Sneed's Feed & Seed, Formerly Chuck's". Replace "eed" with "uck" and you can see why it's so dirty.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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A sign in the episode says, "Sneed's Feed & Seed, Formerly Chuck's". Replace "eed" with "uck" and you can see why it's so dirty.
17th Jan '16 2:51:57 PM LarryGlasses
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* DescentIntoAddiction: The animals that raid the tomacco plantation become extremely addicted to it to the point they go nuts and feral when they have finished eating everything but a small sample the Simpsons are guarding.


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** Ralph Wiggum gets addicted to the tobacco in the tomatoes.
14th Dec '15 8:51:47 PM windyshadow32
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24th Jul '15 4:32:26 PM Eddy1215
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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The episode starts with Homer randomly doing {{Glove Slap}}s, only to inadvertently end up in a duel with a southerner, which he escapes by hiding out at his family's farm. Unlike other episodes where the previous plotline is forgotten, when the Simpsons return home, Homer finds himself in the duel.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The episode starts with Homer randomly doing {{Glove Slap}}s, only to inadvertently end up in a duel with a southerner, which he escapes by hiding out at his family's farm. Unlike other episodes where the previous plotline is forgotten, when the Simpsons return home, Homer finds himself in the duel.southerner ''still'' waiting for him and ends up dueling.
24th Jul '15 4:30:16 PM Eddy1215
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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The episode starts with Homer randomly doing {{Glove Slap}}s, only to inadvertently end up in a duel with a southern, which he escapes by hiding out at his family's farm. Unlike other episodes where the previous plotline is forgotten, when the Simpsons return home, Homer finds himself in the duel.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The episode starts with Homer randomly doing {{Glove Slap}}s, only to inadvertently end up in a duel with a southern, southerner, which he escapes by hiding out at his family's farm. Unlike other episodes where the previous plotline is forgotten, when the Simpsons return home, Homer finds himself in the duel.
24th Jul '15 4:25:18 PM Eddy1215
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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The episode starts with Homer randomly doing {{Glove Slap}}s, only to inadvertently end up in a duel with a southern, which he escapes by hiding out at his family's farm. Unlike other episodes where the previous plotline is forgotten, when the Simpsons return home, Homer finds himself in the duel.
* RunningGag: Homer getting stuck under the tractor.
26th Mar '15 3:03:12 AM mangamanic
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* GloveSlap: Inspired by a corny Zorro movie, Homer goes around slapping people with a glove and challenging them to a duel. No one takes him up on it, so Homer keeps on doing it, until one day he slaps a SouthernGentleman who accepts the challenge.

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* GloveSlap: Inspired by a corny Zorro movie, Homer goes around slapping people with a glove and challenging them to a duel. duel to get whatever he wants. No one takes him up on it, so Homer keeps on doing it, it and getting his way, until one day he slaps a SouthernGentleman who accepts the challenge.
14th Jul '14 6:42:55 AM sabrina_diamond
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* ShoutOut: When the animals surround the farm-house, it resembles a zombie movie.
26th Oct '13 11:01:00 AM PeachPerfect
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* AnachronismStew: The Zorro film the Simpson family sees.

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* AnachronismStew: The That horrible Zorro film the Simpson family sees.



* {{Defictionalization}}: It is physically possible to cross-breed tomatoes with tobacco since they're both in the nightshade plant family. A farmer actually did this (even though the plant didn't last very long) after being inspired by this episode.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: It is physically possible to cross-breed tomatoes with tobacco since they're both in the nightshade plant family. A farmer actually did this (even though the plant didn't last very long) after being inspired by this episode. He even got a chance to be on the DVD commentary for this episode.
26th Sep '13 8:36:56 PM PeachPerfect
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A sign in the episode says, "Sneed's Feed & Seed, Formerly Chuck's". Of course, the full title of the former store would be "Chuck's Fuck & Suck".

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A sign in the episode says, "Sneed's Feed & Seed, Formerly Chuck's". Of course, the full title of the former store would be "Chuck's Fuck & Suck".Replace "eed" with "uck" and you can see why it's so dirty.
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