History Recap / TheSimpsonsS16E21TheFatherTheSonAndTheHolyGuestStar

30th Jul '16 10:22:26 AM eroock
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* DramaticGunCock: Parodied in the climactic MexicanStandoff when all four get a closeup of loading their guns.

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* DramaticGunCock: Parodied in the climactic MexicanStandoff when all four get a closeup of loading pumping their guns.
30th Jul '16 10:21:53 AM eroock
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* DramativGunCock: Parodied in the climactic MexicanStandoff when everybody gets a closeup they load their guns.

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* DramativGunCock: DramaticGunCock: Parodied in the climactic MexicanStandoff when everybody gets all four get a closeup they load of loading their guns.
30th Jul '16 10:21:11 AM eroock
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* DramativGunCock: Parodied in the climactic MexicanStandoff when everybody gets a closeup they load their guns.



* FluffyCloudHeaven: Margeís thought

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* FluffyCloudHeaven: Margeís thoughtMarge's ImagineSpot.
13th May '16 1:22:29 PM luiz4200
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* CassandraTruth: Practically nobody believes in Bart's pleas of innocence regarding the prank he was expelled for.



* JerkassRealization: Bart once again, he calms everyone down when he explains that [[spoiler: Catholics and Protestants are both Christians, which got both sides to agree]].

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* JerkassRealization: Bart once again, he calms everyone down when he explains that [[spoiler: Catholics and Protestants are both Christians, which got both sides to agree]].agree.



* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: [[spoiler: Last part was set 1000 years in the future.]]

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: [[spoiler: Last part was set 1000 years in the future.]]]
21st Mar '16 5:02:26 PM Eddy1215
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* DramaticIrony: Audience members can't help but feel sorry for Bart when he's getting flak from everyone for something they know Willie was responsible for.

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* DramaticIrony: Audience members can't help but feel sorry for Bart when he's getting flak from everyone for something they [the audience] know Willie was responsible for.
21st Mar '16 5:01:29 PM Eddy1215
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* DramaticIrony: Audience members can't help but feel sorry for Bart when he's getting flak from everyone for something they know Willie was responsible for.
1st Jan '15 1:21:25 PM nombretomado
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When Bart is expelled for an incident at a medieval-themed fair at school (even though it was Groundskeeper Willie's fault because he wasn't chosen to be a cooper [barrel maker]), heís sent to a Catholic private school led by an Irish priest (voiced by guest star LiamNeeson) who shows Bart and Homer the fun side of the Catholic religion. Naturally, Ned, Marge, and Reverend Lovejoy (who are Protestant) don't agree.

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When Bart is expelled for an incident at a medieval-themed fair at school (even though it was Groundskeeper Willie's fault because he wasn't chosen to be a cooper [barrel maker]), heís sent to a Catholic private school led by an Irish priest (voiced by guest star LiamNeeson) Creator/LiamNeeson) who shows Bart and Homer the fun side of the Catholic religion. Naturally, Ned, Marge, and Reverend Lovejoy (who are Protestant) don't agree.
25th Apr '14 8:20:16 PM RhoEpsilon
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* TooSoon: This episode wasn't supposed to be the season finale for season 16, but Pope John Paul II died around the time of its original airdate and FOX (not wanting to piss off any Catholic viewers), rescheduled the episode to air as a finale while the originally-intended finale ("The Girl Who Slept Too Little") was pushed to season 17.

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* TooSoon: TooSoon, ScheduleSlip, and BannedEpisode: This episode wasn't supposed to be the season finale for season 16, but Pope John Paul II died around the time of its original airdate and FOX (not wanting to piss off any Catholic viewers), rescheduled the episode to air as a finale while the originally-intended finale ("The Girl Who Slept Too Little") was pushed to season 17.
1st Mar '14 8:37:42 AM RhoEpsilon
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When Bart is expelled for an incident at a medieval-themed fair at school, heís sent to a private school where he finally meets a priest, who had sympathy for him. When Homer gets involved, Marge, Ned, And Lovejoy start to panic.

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When Bart is expelled for an incident at a medieval-themed fair at school, school (even though it was Groundskeeper Willie's fault because he wasn't chosen to be a cooper [barrel maker]), heís sent to a Catholic private school where he finally meets a priest, led by an Irish priest (voiced by guest star LiamNeeson) who had sympathy for him. When shows Bart and Homer gets involved, the fun side of the Catholic religion. Naturally, Ned, Marge, Ned, And and Reverend Lovejoy start to panic.
(who are Protestant) don't agree.



* AdultsAreUseless: Just because the school hates Bart doesnít meanÖ no, letís just face it they hate HIM to the point it was easy just to expel and let Willie get away. The only few exception would have to be Father Sean.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Just because the school hates Bart doesnít meanÖ no, letís just face it it, they hate HIM to the point it was easy just to expel and let Willie get away. The only few exception would have to be Father Sean.



* CrisisOfFaith: The episode

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* CrisisOfFaith: The episodepremise of the episode, similar to "Homer the Heretic" (season four episode where Homer creates his own religious beliefs and stays home from church) and "She of Little Faith" (season 13 episode where Lisa converts to Buddhism after the local church allows advertising).



** MundaneAfterlife: Protestant heaven has a cricket and Badminton, while Catholic heaven has a Mexican fiesta including a Piñata, Italian dinner, and Irish dancing.

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** MundaneAfterlife: Protestant heaven Heaven has a cricket and Badminton, badminton, while Catholic heaven Heaven has a Mexican fiesta including a Piñata, fiesta, Italian dinner, and Irish dancing.


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* KarmaHoudini: Groundskeeper Willie didn't get punished for the stunt he pulled and let Bart take the blame.


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* TooSoon: This episode wasn't supposed to be the season finale for season 16, but Pope John Paul II died around the time of its original airdate and FOX (not wanting to piss off any Catholic viewers), rescheduled the episode to air as a finale while the originally-intended finale ("The Girl Who Slept Too Little") was pushed to season 17.
15th Oct '13 7:38:20 PM AlphaDog13
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* NotMeThisTime: Bart tries to explain heís innocent and didnít do anything wrong despite having a reason to sabotage the fair, which itís true.

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* NotMeThisTime: Bart tries to explain heís innocent and didnít do anything wrong despite having a reason to sabotage the fair, [[YouHaveToBelieveMe which itís true.true but seriously it's already explained]].
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