History Recap / TheSimpsonsS19E10EPluribusWiggum

20th Jul '17 4:37:43 AM AlternativeCola
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* BannedInChina: [[invoked]] The episode didn't air in Argentina and other Latin American countries (except for Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Venezuela) because of Lenny and Carl's conversation about Juan Peron making political dissidents "disappear" and mistaking Madonna for his wife, Evita.
5th Jan '17 8:01:01 AM JamesAustin
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* AscendedMeme: Apparently. Homer smokes "Jerkass Homer Cigars." "Jerkass Homer" is the nickname given by some fans of the show to Homer's callous, brash, rude, childish personality during the show's 9th to 12th seasons (and one of many reasons those fans attribute to why ''The Simpsons''' quality has fallen in the later years).



* BannedInChina: The episode didn't air in Argentina and other Latin American countries (except for Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Venezuela) because of Lenny and Carl's conversation about Juan Peron making political dissidents "disappear" and mistaking Madonna for his wife, Evita.

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* BannedInChina: [[invoked]] The episode didn't air in Argentina and other Latin American countries (except for Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Venezuela) because of Lenny and Carl's conversation about Juan Peron making political dissidents "disappear" and mistaking Madonna for his wife, Evita.



* MythologyGag: Homer smokes "Jerkass Homer Cigars." "Jerkass Homer" is Homer's callous, brash, rude, childish personality during the show's 9th to 12th seasons (and one of many reasons why ''TheSimpsons''' quality has fallen in the later years).
* SpecialGuest: [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] as himself. Also, legendary ''CBS Evening News'' anchor Dan Rather.

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* MythologyGag: Homer smokes "Jerkass Homer Cigars." "Jerkass Homer" is Homer's callous, brash, rude, childish personality during the show's 9th to 12th seasons (and one of many reasons why ''TheSimpsons''' quality has fallen in the later years).
* SpecialGuest: [[Series/TheDailyShow [[Series/TheDailyShowWithJonStewart Jon Stewart]] as himself. Also, legendary ''CBS Evening News'' anchor Dan Rather.
14th Jun '16 6:57:19 PM crl85
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Homer about his candidate of choice after hearing that candidate appeared in the same magazine a terrorist did.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Homer about his candidate of choice after hearing that candidate appeared in the same magazine issue of ''The New York Times'' that a terrorist did.



* SpecialGuest: [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] as himself.

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* SpecialGuest: [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] as himself. Also, legendary ''CBS Evening News'' anchor Dan Rather.
14th Jun '16 6:55:31 PM CJCroen1393
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* ImagineSpot: Subverted for laughs--Homer imagines what a "think tank" is like...and it turns out that his interpretation is perfectly accurate, much to the surprise of everyone else.
-->'''Homer:''' What, I can't get one right?


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-->'''Lisa:''' They just wanna use you!\\
'''Ralph:''' (''cheerfully'') Maybe ''I'' wanna use ''them.''
9th Feb '16 4:35:16 PM windyshadow32
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15th Oct '15 8:14:41 PM CJCroen1393
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* WhamLine: When Lisa tells Ralph that everyone advocating him as a presidential candidate is playing him for a fool, he basically responds by telling her that it's ''[[ObfuscatingStupidity the other way around]]''.
28th Oct '14 4:46:57 AM mangamanic
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* TheChessmaster: Ralph Wiggum believe it or not. He intentionally tricks the Republicans and Democrats into working together to sponsor him for presidency, all the while acting like he knows nothing about whats going on.
29th Aug '14 3:43:01 AM StevenT
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* HandWave: Lisa points out that Ralph isn't old enough to run for office, but Bart says the Patriot Act killed the Constitution.
11th Apr '14 7:18:51 AM RhoEpsilon
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* BannedInChina: The episode didn't air in Argentina and other Latin American countries (except for Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Venezuela) because of Lenny and Carl's conversation about Juan Peron making political dissidents "disappear" and mistaking Madonna for his wife, Evita.
11th Apr '14 7:18:51 AM RhoEpsilon
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* BannedInChina: The episode didn't air in Argentina and other Latin American countries (except for Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Venezuela) because of Lenny and Carl's conversation about Juan Peron making political dissidents "disappear" and mistaking Madonna for his wife, Evita.
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