History Recap / TheSimpsonsS15E21BartMangledBanner

6th Apr '18 1:43:33 AM marcoasalazarm
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* ThoughtPolice: The "Government Knows Best" Act, which tosses the Simpsons in federal prison.

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* ThoughtPolice: ThoughtCrime: The "Government Knows Best" Act, which tosses the Simpsons in federal prison.
6th Apr '18 1:42:43 AM marcoasalazarm
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* PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad: The switch from Springfield to "Libertyville", including making everything themed with PatrioticFervor to the point it's actually stupid ''and'' dangerous (like changing traffic lights to red, white and blue and apparently not keeping the red on the regular "stop" position, or changing '''all''' of the prices of items for sale in town to $17.76, which would only allow items like pizza slices to prosper).



* RageBreakingPoint: Marge can't tolerate the talk show host's constant instigation towards her family (he just asks them if they hate America and which part of it in specific, rather than allowing them to explain what happened with Bart which is the reason they were allegedly invited), so when she finally snaps she sarcastically says that she hates America and a lot of things in it, ''especially'' crappy talk show hosts. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero It puts her family in deeper water, eventually leading to them getting arrested]].



** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker Creator/MichaelMoore, the Music/DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].

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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker Creator/MichaelMoore, the Music/DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].Elmo]].
* ThoughtPolice: The "Government Knows Best" Act, which tosses the Simpsons in federal prison.
9th Dec '17 12:35:39 PM nombretomado
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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker Creator/MichaelMoore, the DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].

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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker Creator/MichaelMoore, the DixieChicks Music/DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].
9th Oct '17 11:02:45 PM vexer
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* HalfwayPlotSwitch and RandomEventsPlot: It started with Bart going deaf from a bad innoculation and got hopelessly lost in heavy-handed anti-Republican sentiment.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch and RandomEventsPlot: It started with Bart going deaf from a bad innoculation and got hopelessly lost in heavy-handed anti-Republican sentiment.then becomes a satire of post 9/11 Patriotism.



* MyCountryTisOfTheeThatISting: The whole episode is a satire of post-9/11 American patriotism, taking specific potshots at the American Republican Party. Despite the fact that the show has often mocked the United States and both Democrats and Republicans quite some Americans were not amused. Which is odd, because near the end of the episode The Simpsons do migrate back to the USA, because they miss it, despite everything that happened.

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* MyCountryTisOfTheeThatISting: The whole episode is a satire of post-9/11 American patriotism, taking specific potshots at the American Republican Party. Despite the fact that the show has often mocked the United States and both Democrats and Republicans quite some Americans were not amused. Which is odd, because near the end of the episode The Simpsons do migrate back to the USA, because they miss it, despite everything that happened.
29th Apr '17 1:20:34 PM NWolfman
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* NoIndoorVoice: The conservative talk show host who brings the family on to frame them as anti-Americans. He even goes to commercial break promising to "talk even louder than this" when they return.
11th Aug '16 2:31:39 PM Morgenthaler
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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker MichaelMoore, the DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].

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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker MichaelMoore, Creator/MichaelMoore, the DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].
4th Jan '16 2:46:18 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: The Simpsons escaping fleeing military surveillance while singing in public? You would expect them to sing [[TheSoundOfMusic Edelweiss]].

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* ShoutOut: The Simpsons escaping fleeing military surveillance while singing in public? You would expect them to sing [[TheSoundOfMusic [[Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic Edelweiss]].
6th Dec '15 11:37:43 AM nombretomado
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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker MichaelMoore, the DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[SesameStreet Elmo]].

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** The prisoners at Alcatraz include various people known for their opposition to Bush's America, including filmmaker MichaelMoore, the DixieChicks and (for some reason) [[SesameStreet [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]].
6th Dec '15 11:37:34 AM nombretomado
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* NoodleIncident: [[SesameStreet Elmo]] is in Alcatraz because he "went to wrong fundraiser".

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* NoodleIncident: [[SesameStreet [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]] is in Alcatraz because he "went to wrong fundraiser".
20th Jul '14 3:48:50 PM Patachou
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The episode was universally panned by fans for its mean-spirited humor, disjointed storyline, and subtle-like-a-Louisville-slugger-to-the-back-of-the-head political satire. It has routinely ranked highly in lists of worst Simpsons episodes ever made, finishing in the top spot in 2009 and 3rd in 2011, with only season 11's "Kill the Alligator and Run" and season 21's "The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed"[[note]]the episode where The Simpsons go to Jerusalem on a religious trip and Homer deludes himself into thinking he's the Messiah after suffering from dehyrdation[[/note]] above it, though somehow it's manages to be better (or worse) than "Homer vs. Dignity" and "Saddlesore Galactica".

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The episode was universally panned by some American fans for its mean-spirited humor, disjointed storyline, storyline and subtle-like-a-Louisville-slugger-to-the-back-of-the-head political satire.satirizing American patriotism and the American Republican Party in a very stingy way. It has routinely ranked highly in lists of worst Simpsons episodes ever made, finishing in the top spot in 2009 and 3rd in 2011, with only season 11's "Kill the Alligator and Run" and season 21's "The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed"[[note]]the episode where The Simpsons go to Jerusalem on a religious trip and Homer deludes himself into thinking he's the Messiah after suffering from dehyrdation[[/note]] above it, though somehow it's manages to be better (or worse) than "Homer vs. Dignity" and "Saddlesore Galactica".



* HalfwayPlotSwitch and RandomEventsPlot: So, uh... ''what'' exactly is the plot for this episode, again? It started with Bart going deaf from a bad innoculation and got hopelessly lost in heavy-handed anti-Republican sentiment.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch and RandomEventsPlot: So, uh... ''what'' exactly is the plot for this episode, again? It started with Bart going deaf from a bad innoculation and got hopelessly lost in heavy-handed anti-Republican sentiment.



* MyCountryTisOfTheeThatISting: The whole episode is an unsubtle satire of post-9/11 patriotism.

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* MyCountryTisOfTheeThatISting: The whole episode is an unsubtle a satire of post-9/11 patriotism.American patriotism, taking specific potshots at the American Republican Party. Despite the fact that the show has often mocked the United States and both Democrats and Republicans quite some Americans were not amused. Which is odd, because near the end of the episode The Simpsons do migrate back to the USA, because they miss it, despite everything that happened.
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