History Recap / TheSimpsonsS16E13MobileHomer

14th Feb '18 1:45:04 PM PeruAlonso
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* [[RightForTheWrongReasons Wrong for the Right Reasons]]: Marge is right to be concerned that the family will be in trouble if Homer dies, but the way she goes about it and how she acts like a massive {{Jerkass}} to Homer and seizes control of the money despite him earning every cent of it made it hard to side with her.

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* [[RightForTheWrongReasons Wrong for the Right Reasons]]: Marge is right to be concerned that the family will be in trouble if Homer dies, but the way she goes about it and how she acts like a massive {{Jerkass}} to Homer and seizes control of the money despite him earning every cent of it made it hard to side with her.her.
* UngratefulBitch: Marge becomes this after Homer buys an RV.
15th Nov '17 3:11:09 PM mangamanic
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* ConspicuousConsumption: Homer's attempts to try and save the family money seem to involve trying to spend as much money as possible, as fast as possible. Homer even implies that since he will be dead, he doesn't care if he doesn't leave anything behind for his loved ones should anything happen to him.
15th Nov '17 3:08:08 PM mangamanic
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* BothSidesHaveAPoint: Homer and Marge have differing views on how to handle their finances. Homer is uninsurable and prone to near death experiences, so Marge has a right to be worried about what would happen to the family if he were to die as their only source of income. However Homer is right that he earned every penny of it, and living as cheaply as possible over something that might not happen is sucking a lot of the fun out of life.

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* BothSidesHaveAPoint: Homer and Marge have differing views on how to handle their finances. Homer is uninsurable uninsurable, wasteful with money and prone to near death experiences, so Marge has a right to be worried about what would happen to the family if them not having any savings should he were to die as their only source of income.die. However Homer is right that he earned every penny of it, and living as cheaply as possible over something that might not happen is sucking a lot of the fun out of life.
15th Nov '17 2:17:10 PM mangamanic
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* BothSidesHaveAPoint: Homer and Marge have differing views on how to handle their finances. Homer is uninsurable and prone to near death experiences, so Marge has a right to be worried about what would happen to the family if he were to die as their only source of income. However Homer is right that he earned every penny of it, and living as cheaply as possible over something that might not happen is sucking a lot of the fun out of life.
5th Aug '17 3:21:09 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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* DarkestHour: After Marge drives the van buddies away from the house, Homer storms in and has a major argument with her that's so powerful, it lasts throughout the night and well into the next morning. This shows that their marriage is on the rocks, and had Bart and Lisa not stole the van, this would've ended in an ugly divorce with the former couple hating each other.
24th Nov '16 1:01:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* ShoutOut: The kids find a ''{{Flintstones}} Fun Map" in the RV and Homer wrote a message reading "Dino short for dinosaur? Remember to ask Jeeves" (on international airings, "Ask Jeeves" is replaced with Wikipedia).

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* ShoutOut: The kids find a ''{{Flintstones}} ''[[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones Flintstones]] Fun Map" in the RV and Homer wrote a message reading "Dino short for dinosaur? Remember to ask Jeeves" (on international airings, "Ask Jeeves" is replaced with Wikipedia).
4th Jun '16 2:00:25 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* CuttingCorners: After Homer is denied life insurance, Marge cuts the family's budget to build up a nest egg by buying imitation brands of cereal and coffee, having Maggie pace her sucking to conserve her pacifier and forcing Homer to bring his own drinks to Moe's.



* ShoutOut
** The kids find a ''{{Flintstones}} Fun Map" in the RV and Homer wrote a message reading "Dino short for dinosaur? Remember to ask Jeeves" (on international airings, "Ask Jeeves" is replaced with Wikipedia).
* [[RightForTheWrongReasons Wrong For The Right Reasons]]: Marge is right to be concerned that the family will be in trouble if Homer dies, but the way she goes about it and how she acts like a massive {{Jerkass}} to Homer and seizes control of the money despite him earning every cent of it made it hard to side with her.

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* ShoutOut
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ShoutOut: The kids find a ''{{Flintstones}} Fun Map" in the RV and Homer wrote a message reading "Dino short for dinosaur? Remember to ask Jeeves" (on international airings, "Ask Jeeves" is replaced with Wikipedia).
* [[RightForTheWrongReasons Wrong For The for the Right Reasons]]: Marge is right to be concerned that the family will be in trouble if Homer dies, but the way she goes about it and how she acts like a massive {{Jerkass}} to Homer and seizes control of the money despite him earning every cent of it made it hard to side with her.
27th Feb '15 3:07:35 PM toongrrl1990
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** Obviously Marge's fears about what will happen to her and the kids if Homer dies.
4th Sep '14 9:24:39 AM TonyG
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* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: When Marge is going through the pictures of Homer's near-deaths through the bears, "Vacation" by Music/TheGoGos plays. Marge then notices a nearby radio playing the song and shuts it off.

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* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: When Marge is going through the pictures of Homer's near-deaths through the bears, years, "Vacation" by Music/TheGoGos plays. Marge then notices a nearby radio playing the song and shuts it off.
8th Apr '14 8:34:56 PM DamascaRamza
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* [[RightForTheWrongReasons WrongForTheRightReasons]]: Marge is right to be concerned that the family will be in trouble if Homer dies, but the way she goes about it and how she acts like a massive {{Jerkass}} to Homer and seizes control of the money despite him earning every cent of it made it hard to side with her.

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* [[RightForTheWrongReasons WrongForTheRightReasons]]: Wrong For The Right Reasons]]: Marge is right to be concerned that the family will be in trouble if Homer dies, but the way she goes about it and how she acts like a massive {{Jerkass}} to Homer and seizes control of the money despite him earning every cent of it made it hard to side with her.
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