History Recap / TheSimpsonsS14E1TreehouseOfHorrorXIII

19th Jul '17 8:25:26 AM ClintEastwood
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* OutOfCharacterMoment: Lisa is duped by the epitaph of a man named William Bonney into unleashing zombies upon the town. You'd think someone as book-smart as her would recognize Billy the Kid's real name. (Never mind the biggest thing wrong with the story, which is how in the world did Billy and the other outlaws get interred in Springfield?)
1st Jun '17 7:04:13 PM sampacm
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* ViolenceIsTheOnlyOption: After shooing away the zombie gunners, Lisa laments that guns are probably the answer.

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* ViolenceIsTheOnlyOption: ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer: After shooing away the zombie gunners, Lisa laments that guns are probably the answer.
23rd May '17 4:04:19 PM jormis29
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* MythologyGag: One of the clones looked like the Homer from ''The Tracey Ullman Show'' shorts.

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* MythologyGag: One of the clones looked like the Homer from ''The Tracey Ullman Show'' ''Series/TheTraceyUllmanShow'' shorts.
27th Mar '17 1:33:57 PM N8han11
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* GenderBender: Ned's cow-half in ''The Island of Doctor Hibbert'' is female.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: See BlackIsBiggerInBed.


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* GenderBender: Ned's cow-half in ''The Island of Doctor Hibbert'' is female.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: See BlackIsBiggerInBed.
20th Jan '17 3:06:49 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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Later, military helicopters dangle gigantic doughnuts in front of the Homer clones (to the tune of Ride of the Valkyries). The clones immediately run after the doughnuts--and off a cliff. The clones are taken care of. Later, Marge snuggles Homer in bed, but realizes that he doesn't have a belly button- he's a clone. The ''real'' Homer was the first over the cliff. Marge is horrified, but calms down once the clone Homer offers her a backrub.

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Later, military helicopters dangle gigantic doughnuts in front of the Homer clones (to the tune of Ride of the Valkyries). The clones immediately run after the doughnuts--and off a cliff. The clones are taken care of. Later, Marge snuggles Homer in bed, but realizes that he doesn't have a belly button- he's button--he's a clone. The ''real'' Homer was the first over the cliff. Marge is horrified, but calms down once the clone Homer offers her a backrub.



The Simpsons go on vacation to [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace the Island of Lost Souls]]. Bart wants to know why, and Homer asks "What could be more fun than an island shaped like a big smiley face?" The camera pans out to the island, and we see that it's actually shaped like a giant skull (the eye spaces are giant fires). The Simpsons' plane lands, and they are greeted by Dr. Hibbert. Marge is surprised to see him, as they'd heard that he'd gone mad. He says that yes, he's gone mad- about providing top-notch vacation values! He asks Willie, who's a hairy gorilla-like monster, to help them with their bags.

The family follows Willie through a tropical forest, while mysterious eyes watch them from the bushes. One set of eyes eats another. Marge hears the noise and tells Homer that someone's in trouble, but Homer brushes it off. Later that night, the family eats with Dr. Hibbert, and Marge compliments him on the resort he's running. She asks him to recommend activities. He recommends not asking questions. Lisa says that humans' inquisitive nature is what separates them from animals, and Hibbert goes off on a rant about why man has to be separated from animals. He then uncovers the turkey course- which looks suspiciously like Professor Frink.

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The Simpsons go on vacation to [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace the Island of Lost Souls]]. Bart wants to know why, and Homer asks "What could be more fun than an island shaped like a big smiley face?" The camera pans out to the island, and we see that it's actually shaped like a giant skull (the eye spaces are giant fires). The Simpsons' plane lands, and they are greeted by Dr. Hibbert. Marge is surprised to see him, as they'd heard that he'd gone mad. He says that yes, he's gone mad- about mad--about providing top-notch vacation values! He asks Willie, who's a hairy gorilla-like monster, to help them with their bags.

The family follows Willie through a tropical forest, while mysterious eyes watch them from the bushes. One set of eyes eats another. Marge hears the noise and tells Homer that someone's in trouble, but Homer brushes it off. Later that night, the family eats with Dr. Hibbert, and Marge compliments him on the resort he's running. She asks him to recommend activities. He recommends not asking questions. Lisa says that humans' inquisitive nature is what separates them from animals, and Hibbert goes off on a rant about why man has to be separated from animals. He then uncovers the turkey course- which course--which looks suspiciously like Professor Frink.
20th Jan '17 3:05:56 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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Later, military helicopters dangle gigantic doughnuts in front of the Homer clones (to the tune of Ride of the Valkyries). The clones immediately run after the doughnuts- and off a cliff. The clones are taken care of. Later, Marge snuggles Homer in bed, but realizes that he doesn't have a belly button- he's a clone. The ''real'' Homer was the first over the cliff. Marge is horrified, but calms down once the clone Homer offers her a backrub.

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Later, military helicopters dangle gigantic doughnuts in front of the Homer clones (to the tune of Ride of the Valkyries). The clones immediately run after the doughnuts- and doughnuts--and off a cliff. The clones are taken care of. Later, Marge snuggles Homer in bed, but realizes that he doesn't have a belly button- he's a clone. The ''real'' Homer was the first over the cliff. Marge is horrified, but calms down once the clone Homer offers her a backrub.
20th Jan '17 3:05:05 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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When Homer's hammock breaks, he buys a new one, disregarding the salesman's warning. It turns out that the hammock clones whoever jumps in it. The clones have diminished mental capacity ([[BellyButtonless and no belly buttons]]), but with Homer that's not really very noticeable. Homer decides to send the clones to do his chores, like visiting Grandpa Simpson and shopping with Marge. However, when one of the clones decapitates Ned Flanders, Homer decides to abandon them. He takes them out to a cornfield and shoots any clone that admits to knowing the way back (several do, even after he's shot others who knew). He then abandons the hammock- in the same place he abandoned the clones.

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When Homer's hammock breaks, he buys a new one, disregarding the salesman's warning. It turns out that the hammock clones whoever jumps in it. The clones have diminished mental capacity ([[BellyButtonless and no belly buttons]]), but with Homer that's not really very noticeable. Homer decides to send the clones to do his chores, like visiting Grandpa Simpson and shopping with Marge. However, when one of the clones decapitates Ned Flanders, Homer decides to abandon them. He takes them out to a cornfield and shoots any clone that admits to knowing the way back (several do, even after he's shot others who knew). He then abandons the hammock- in hammock--in the same place he abandoned the clones.
19th Jan '17 11:54:46 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* BellyButtonless: Homer's clones.

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* BellyButtonless: Homer's clones. This is how Marge realizes that the Homer in bed with her is a clone.



* CloneArmy: Homer makes a small one to do his chores. When he abandons both the clones and the hammock used to create them in a cornfield, the clones then use it to become a real army that causes serious devastation to Springfield before the army kills them by luring them off a cliff.



* FailedASpotCheck: Homer fails to notice that Marge is a panther for the whole night. He only succeeds in his spot check the next morning, when he sees her leap out the window.



* RecognitionFailure: It would have saved a lot of grief if one person in Springfield had recognised William Bonnie was the real name of Billie the Kid.

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* RecognitionFailure: It would have saved a lot of grief if one person in Springfield had recognised recognized William Bonnie was the real name of Billie the Kid.
1st Jan '17 10:49:31 AM mangamanic
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* RecognitionFailure: It would have saved a lot of grief if one person in Springfield had recognised William Bonnie was the real name of Billie the Kid.
11th Nov '16 9:37:08 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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Back in the Simpsons' house, Homer denies knowing anything about the horde, despite Marge and Lisa's skepticism. Later the Simpsons attend a military meeting on what to do about the Homer clones. On hearing Homer's dramatic reaction to seeing that the horde is out of doughnuts, Lisa thinks of a way to get rid of the clones.

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Back in the Simpsons' house, Homer denies knowing anything about the horde, despite Marge and Lisa's skepticism. Later the Simpsons attend a military meeting on what to do about the Homer clones. On hearing Homer's dramatic reaction to seeing that the horde is they're out of doughnuts, Lisa thinks of a way to get rid of the clones.
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