History Recap / TheSimpsonsS18E8TheHawHawedCouple

20th Apr '16 7:33:20 PM BoyNinja
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* AffectionateParody: ''Angelica Button'' is pretty much a gender-flipped version of ''Literature/HarryPotter''.
3rd Dec '13 11:21:23 AM speedyboris
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* KissOfLife: Skinner gives Bart CPR after almost drowning; Bart opens his eyes at the moment their lips touch. The students laugh, which prompts this reply from Skinner:
--> '''Skinner''': Shut up! I'm just giving him CPR. ''The kiss of life''.
24th Sep '13 10:25:37 AM HellKillUsAll
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* TrialBalloonQuestion: Homer asks Lisa how she would react if Wizard Greystache died, she says that would be the day her childhood ends. This promts Homer to revise the book's ending.

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* TrialBalloonQuestion: Homer asks Lisa how she would react if Wizard Greystache died, she says that would be the day her childhood ends. This promts Homer to revise the book's ending.ending.
* {{Yandere}}: Nelson, a non-romantic example.
26th Jun '13 12:32:46 PM bunchacrunch
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* HaveAGayOldTime: Martin says that the class banding together will make them form a "mighty faggot", then a dictionary definition appears at the bottom of the screen to show that it's not the anti-gay slur (though the "bundle of sticks" definition of "faggot" does have a connection with the derogatory term for a homosexual, as there was a time in history where homosexuals were burned at the stake, along with women who were accused of witchcraft).

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Martin says that the class banding together will make them form a "mighty faggot", then a dictionary definition appears at the bottom of the screen to show that it's not the anti-gay slur (though the "bundle of sticks" definition of "faggot" does have a connection with the derogatory term for a homosexual, as there was a time in history where homosexuals were burned at the stake, along with women who were accused of witchcraft).witchcraft -- and sometimes, the homosexual men were used as kindling for the women who ended up burned for witchcraft, hence the term "flaming faggot").
14th Jun '13 2:02:36 PM bunchacrunch
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At school, Nelson tells his classmates to come to his upcoming birthday party or he will beat them up. Bart is tired of being bullied by Nelson and ralies the class to not show up to humiliate Nelson. When Marge hears about it, she scolds Bart for being mean and forces him to go to Nelson's party. Bart is afraid to go fearing Nelson's wrath and thinks the party will be of poor quality, but the party turns out to be better than he expected, with a bouncy house and an appearance by Spider-Man. He and Nelson end up having a good time and the two become friends, which Bart uses to his advantage with Nelson beating up everyone who messes with him. However, Bart misses spending time with Milhouse and the two decide to fly kites together. Nelson sees it and is mad at Bart. Eventually, he decides to forgive Bart, but he instead calls Nelson an obsessed psycho. While at a field trip to the tidepools, Nelson confronts Bart inside a cave and calls him a bad friend, but the tide comes in and he saves Bart from drowning (only because they were field trip buddies). The story ends with Bart remembering the good times he had with Nelson.

Meanwhile, Homer reads Lisa an installment of the fantasy book series ''Angelica Button'' and soon becomes attached to it. Homer wants to know what happens next and breaks his promise about reading ahead, discovering that the wizard character gets killed in a magic duel. Not wanting Lisa to be sad at the character dying, he tells his own version of the ending where the wizard wins the battle. When he leaves, Lisa reads the real ending, but decides Homer's ending was better. The credits show Homer still mourning over the death.

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At school, Nelson tells his classmates to come to his upcoming birthday party or he will beat them up. Bart is tired of being bullied by Nelson and ralies the class to not show up to humiliate Nelson. When Marge hears about it, she scolds Bart for being mean and forces him to go to Nelson's party. Bart is afraid to go fearing Nelson's wrath and thinks the party will be of poor quality, but the party turns out to be better than he expected, with a bouncy house and an appearance by Spider-Man. He and Nelson end up having a good time and the two become friends, which Bart uses to his advantage Bart's newfound friendship with Nelson beating up everyone who messes with him. However, Bart misses spending time with Milhouse and the two decide to fly kites together. Nelson sees it and is mad at Bart. Eventually, he decides to forgive Bart, but he instead calls Nelson an obsessed psycho. While at turns into a field trip to the tidepools, Nelson confronts Bart inside a cave and calls him a bad friend, but the tide comes in and he saves Bart from drowning (only because they were field trip buddies). The story ends with Bart remembering the good times he had with Nelson.

possessive relationship. Meanwhile, Homer reads Lisa an installment of the fantasy book series becomes engrossed in Lisa's ''Angelica Button'' fantasy books, and soon becomes attached to it. Homer wants to know what happens next and breaks his promise about reading ahead, discovering worries that the wizard character gets killed in a magic duel. Not wanting Lisa to will be sad at the character dying, upset when he tells his own version discovers that one of the ending where the wizard wins the battle. When he leaves, Lisa reads the real ending, but decides Homer's ending was better. The credits show Homer still mourning over the death.characters will die.



* BadassBeard: Wizard Graystache.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Bart and Nelson's friendship is treated like a romantic relationship. For example, Bary says "We knew each other fore years, but we met at a party and hit it off right away", Nelson gets mad when he sees bart flying kites with Milhouse and a ''BrokebackMountain'' parody at the end.
-->'''Nelson:''' Haw-haw! I touched your heart!

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* BadassBeard: Wizard Graystache.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Bart and Nelson's friendship is treated like a romantic relationship. For example, Bary says "We knew each other fore years, but we met at a party and hit it off right away", Nelson gets mad when he sees bart flying kites with Milhouse and a relationship -- to the point that the music from ''BrokebackMountain'' parody at is used for a scene near the end.
-->'''Nelson:''' Haw-haw! I touched your heart!
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* ShoutOut
** The scene with Bart and Nelson the the cafeteria is a parody of ''{{Goodfellas}}''.
** [[{{Misery}} "LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO!"]]
** The ending montage is a parody of ''BrokebackMountain''.
** ''Angelica Button'' is a parody of ''HarryPotter''.
** Angelica appears in the story [[{{Disney/Aladdin}} trapped in an hourglass]].
** Homer's alternate ending contains a ''{{Popeye}}'' reference.
* TrialBalloonQuestion: Homer asks Lisa how she would react if Wizard Greystache died, she says that would be the day her childhood ends. This promts Homer to revise the book's ending.
* {{Yandere}}: Nelson, a non-romantic example.

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* ShoutOut
** The scene with Bart and Nelson the the cafeteria is a parody of ''{{Goodfellas}}''.
** [[{{Misery}} "LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO!"]]
** The ending montage is a parody of ''BrokebackMountain''.
** ''Angelica Button'' is a parody of ''HarryPotter''.
** Angelica appears in the story [[{{Disney/Aladdin}} trapped in an hourglass]].
** Homer's alternate ending contains a ''{{Popeye}}'' reference.
* TrialBalloonQuestion: Homer asks Lisa how she would react if Wizard Greystache died, she says that would be the day her childhood ends. This promts Homer to revise the book's ending.
* {{Yandere}}: Nelson, a non-romantic example.
ending.
26th May '13 6:10:52 PM Austin
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At school, Nelson tells his classmates to come to his upcoming birthday party or he will beat them up. Bart is tired of being bullied by Nelson and ralies the class to not show up to humiliate Nelson. When Marge hears about it, she scolds Bart for being mean and forces him to go to Nelson's party. Bart is afraid to go fearing Nelson's wrath and thinks the party will be of poor quality, but the party turns out to be better than he expected, with a bouncy house and an appearance by Spider-Man. He and Nelson end up having a good time and the two become friends, which Bart uses to his advantage with Nelson beating up everyone who messes with him. However, Bart misses spending time with Milhouse and the two decide to fly kites together. Nelson sees it and is mad at Bart. Eventually, he diecides to forgive Bart, but he instead calls Nelson an obsessed psycho. While at a field trip to the tidepools, Nelson confronts Bart inside a cave and calls him a bad friend, but the tide comes in and he saves Bart from drowning (only because they were field trip buddies). The story ends with Bart remembering the good times he had with Nelson.

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At school, Nelson tells his classmates to come to his upcoming birthday party or he will beat them up. Bart is tired of being bullied by Nelson and ralies the class to not show up to humiliate Nelson. When Marge hears about it, she scolds Bart for being mean and forces him to go to Nelson's party. Bart is afraid to go fearing Nelson's wrath and thinks the party will be of poor quality, but the party turns out to be better than he expected, with a bouncy house and an appearance by Spider-Man. He and Nelson end up having a good time and the two become friends, which Bart uses to his advantage with Nelson beating up everyone who messes with him. However, Bart misses spending time with Milhouse and the two decide to fly kites together. Nelson sees it and is mad at Bart. Eventually, he diecides decides to forgive Bart, but he instead calls Nelson an obsessed psycho. While at a field trip to the tidepools, Nelson confronts Bart inside a cave and calls him a bad friend, but the tide comes in and he saves Bart from drowning (only because they were field trip buddies). The story ends with Bart remembering the good times he had with Nelson.
10th May '13 10:42:15 AM Disney23
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* TrialBalloonQuestion: Homer asks Lisa how she would react if Wizard Greystache died, she says that would be the day her childhood ends. This promts Homer to revise the book's ending.
1st Mar '13 1:39:57 PM CornCobMan
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* HaveAGayOldTime: Martin says that the class banding together will make them form a "mighty faggot", then a dictionary definition appears at the bottom of the screen to show that it's not the anti-gay slur.

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Martin says that the class banding together will make them form a "mighty faggot", then a dictionary definition appears at the bottom of the screen to show that it's not the anti-gay slur.slur (though the "bundle of sticks" definition of "faggot" does have a connection with the derogatory term for a homosexual, as there was a time in history where homosexuals were burned at the stake, along with women who were accused of witchcraft).
7th Dec '12 6:53:02 AM Disney23
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* BadassBeard: Wizard Graystache.



* HaveAGayOldTime: Martins says that the class banding together will make them form a "mighty faggot", then a dictionary definition appears at the bottom of the screen to show that it's not the anti-gay slur.

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Martins Martin says that the class banding together will make them form a "mighty faggot", then a dictionary definition appears at the bottom of the screen to show that it's not the anti-gay slur.


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** Angelica appears in the story [[{{Disney/Aladdin}} trapped in an hourglass]].
7th Dec '12 6:47:15 AM Disney23
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At school, Nelson tells his classmates to come to his upcoming birthday party or he will beat them up. Bart is tired of being bullied by Nelson and ralies the class to not show up to humiliate Nelson. When Marge hears about it, she scolds Bart for being mean and forces him to go to Nelson's party. Bart is afraid to go fearing Nelson's wrath and thinks the party will be of poor quality, but the party turns out to be better than he expected, with a bouncy house and an appearance by Spider-Man. He and Nelson end up having a good time and the two become friends, which Bart uses to his advantage with Nelson beating up everyone who messes with him. However, Bart misses spending time with Milhouse and the two decide to fly kites together. Nelson sees it and is mad at Bart. Eventually, he diecides to forgive Bart, but he instead calls Nelson an obsessed psycho. While at a field trip to the tidepools, Nelson confronts Bart inside a cave and calls him a bad friend, but the tide comes in and he saves Bart from drowning (only because they were field trip buddies, though). The story ends with Bart remembering the good times he had with Nelson.

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At school, Nelson tells his classmates to come to his upcoming birthday party or he will beat them up. Bart is tired of being bullied by Nelson and ralies the class to not show up to humiliate Nelson. When Marge hears about it, she scolds Bart for being mean and forces him to go to Nelson's party. Bart is afraid to go fearing Nelson's wrath and thinks the party will be of poor quality, but the party turns out to be better than he expected, with a bouncy house and an appearance by Spider-Man. He and Nelson end up having a good time and the two become friends, which Bart uses to his advantage with Nelson beating up everyone who messes with him. However, Bart misses spending time with Milhouse and the two decide to fly kites together. Nelson sees it and is mad at Bart. Eventually, he diecides to forgive Bart, but he instead calls Nelson an obsessed psycho. While at a field trip to the tidepools, Nelson confronts Bart inside a cave and calls him a bad friend, but the tide comes in and he saves Bart from drowning (only because they were field trip buddies, though).buddies). The story ends with Bart remembering the good times he had with Nelson.


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** The scene with Bart and Nelson the the cafeteria is a parody of ''{{Goodfellas}}''.
** [[{{Misery}} "LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO!"]]
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