History Recap / TheSimpsonsS16E10TheresSomethingAboutMarrying

1st Aug '17 5:40:04 PM Shamrock95
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* VisualPun: Howell Huser rides into Springfield by falling off the back of a turnip truck. See the main entry for explanation.

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* VisualPun: Howell Huser rides into Springfield by falling off the back of a turnip truck. See The saying "I didn't fall off the main entry for explanation.back of a turnip truck" is roughly the equivalent of "I wasn't born yesterday".
21st May '17 11:47:38 AM kquinn0830
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* {{Hypocrite}}: Marge was proud of Homer for marrying homosexuals but was disappointed when Patty revealed herself to be a lesbian.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Marge was proud of Homer for marrying homosexuals but was disappointed when Patty revealed herself to be a lesbian. Patty calls her out on it.
15th Mar '17 8:54:00 PM MiracleChange
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* {{Content Warning|s}}: In America, this became the first episode to open with a "Viewer Discretion Advised" card (usually reserved for Creator/{{Seth MacFarlane}}'s cartoons, some of the racier episodes of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers''[[note]]''Bob's Burgers'' is usually rated TV-PG for suggestive dialogue (D), sexual content (S), offensive language (L), and/or violence (V), but some episodes like "The Unnatural" and "It Snakes a Village" contain content that's a little too risque for the TV-PG rating[[/note]], and even the short-lived ''WesternAnimation/SitDownShutUp'') before the opening, due to homosexual marriage being a hot-button issue with most U.S. viewers.

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* {{Content Warning|s}}: In America, this became the first episode to open with a "Viewer Discretion Advised" card (usually reserved for Creator/{{Seth MacFarlane}}'s cartoons, some of the racier episodes of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers''[[note]]''Bob's Burgers'' is usually rated TV-PG for suggestive dialogue (D), sexual content (S), offensive language (L), and/or violence (V), but some episodes like "The Unnatural" and "It Snakes a Village" contain content that's a little too risque for the TV-PG rating[[/note]], and even the short-lived ''WesternAnimation/SitDownShutUp'') before the opening, due to homosexual marriage being a hot-button issue with most U.S. viewers.
17th Sep '16 2:19:18 PM SpideyTerry
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** To help drive this trope home, Homer (of all people) got it when Marge didn't:
--->"Here's another bomb for ya, Marge: I like beer."
9th Sep '16 3:16:06 PM NWolfman
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* HetIsEw: After marrying every gay couple in Springfield, Lisa suggests that Homer also marry hetero couples, much to his disgust.
-->'''Homer:''' What's that thing called when a guy is gay for a girl?\\
'''Marge:''' ''Straight!''\\
'''Homer:''' (''mincing around'') Ohooo, look at me, I'm so straight and normal! I'm straight as a number-two pencil!
3rd Jul '16 7:44:36 AM mangamanic
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* ComincallyMissingThePoint: When Reverend Lovejoy forbids homosexual marriage because the Bible forbids it, Marge asks which book. Lovejoy repeats 'The Bible' as if it were a stupid question, forgetting that the sections of the Bible are split into different books.

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* ComincallyMissingThePoint: ComicallyMissingThePoint: When Reverend Lovejoy forbids homosexual marriage because the Bible forbids it, Marge asks which book. Lovejoy repeats 'The Bible' as if it were a stupid question, forgetting that the sections of the Bible are split into different books.
3rd Jul '16 7:20:58 AM mangamanic
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* ComincallyMissingThePoint: When Reverend Lovejoy forbids homosexual marriage because the Bible forbids it, Marge asks which book. Lovejoy repeats 'The Bible' as if it were a stupid question, forgetting that the sections of the Bible are split into different books.



* SoundEffectsBleep: When Reverend Lovejoy refuses to marry the gay couples that came to the church, Marge tries to convince him otherwise, only for Lovejoy to drown her out with the church's bell.

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* SoundEffectsBleep: When Reverend Lovejoy refuses to marry the gay couples that came to the church, church as the Bible forbids it, Marge tries to convince tell him otherwise, the bible condridicts itself depending on what book you read from, only for Lovejoy to drown her out with the church's bell.
7th Jun '15 11:44:32 PM Eddy1215
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* ScrewYourself: Homer has a fantasy about being married to ''himself''.
* SnapBack: Lampshaded at the end of the episode:
-->'''Lisa''': Well, that's the end of Dad's wedding business.
-->'''Bart''': Why?


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* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace: When Homer reached this line during Parry's wedding, Marge spoke up. Patty thought it was because she disapproved of her sexuality, but it was really because Marge didn't want Patty to be hurt because her fiancee was really a man.
3rd Jun '15 12:03:27 AM Eddy1215
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* EverybodyCanSeeIt: When Homer is looking for more gay couples to marry.

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* EverybodyCanSeeIt: EveryoneCanSeeIt: When Homer is looking for more gay couples to marry.
3rd Jun '15 12:00:33 AM Eddy1215
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* EverbodyCanSeeIt: When Homer is looking for more gay couples to marry.
-->'''Homer''': Where's Lenny and Carl?!

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* EverbodyCanSeeIt: EverybodyCanSeeIt: When Homer is looking for more gay couples to marry.
-->'''Homer''': Where's Lenny and Carl?!Carl?
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