History Recap / TheSimpsonsS1E12KrustyGetsBusted

19th Nov '17 10:41:38 AM BatmanKalEl
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Within the Itchy and Scratchy continuity, the theme tune contains cartoon sound effects and the cartoon itself wasn't as violent and bloody as later installments.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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Within the Itchy and Scratchy continuity, the theme tune contains cartoon sound effects and the cartoon itself wasn't as violent and bloody as later installments.



** In this episode we also see him without make-up, something the animators avoided in later episodes because it made Krusty look too much like Homer, indeed, later episodes would suggest that Krusty isn't wearing make-up at all.

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** *** In this episode we also see him without make-up, something the animators avoided in later episodes because it made Krusty look too much like Homer, indeed, later episodes would suggest that Krusty isn't wearing make-up at all.



** Reverend Lovejoy's voice sounds very hammy compared to later episodes.
*** Lovejoy is shown to be a passionate MoralGuardian, in contrast to his best known characterization as an extremely apathetic figure with the moral crusades being handled by his wife.

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** Reverend Lovejoy's voice sounds very hammy compared to later episodes.
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episodes. Furthermore, Lovejoy is shown to be a passionate MoralGuardian, in contrast to his best known characterization as an extremely apathetic figure with the moral crusades being handled by his wife.
25th Aug '17 8:11:34 AM Mattdaw
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** Krusty robbing the Kwik-E-Mart is portrayed as a deeply heinous crime, making people think Krusty is an irredeemable monster until his acquittal. In later episodes, however, the Kwik-E-Mart is robbed extremely often, often by Snake Jailbird, and Apu has been shot multiple times. By Season 12, they make a joke saying shooting Apu is just a $100 fine.
21st Jun '17 10:56:20 AM draph91
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* AllPartOfTheShow: When Krusty has a heart attack, the kids think his wild contortions and screaming in extreme pain are all part of a comedy act. Even Kent Brockmann chuckles as he whimsically remembers the incident.

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* AllPartOfTheShow: When Krusty has a heart attack, the kids think his wild contortions and screaming in extreme pain are all part of a comedy act. Even Kent Brockmann Brockman chuckles as he whimsically remembers the incident.
17th Apr '17 3:41:20 AM CrowTR0bot
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* WellIntentionedExtremist [=/=] ThinkOfTheChildren: Sideshow Bob. He genuinely cares about the education and future of the children watching the show and hates the kind of [[LowestCommonDenominator lowbrow humor]] Krusty is corrupting them with. After framing Krusty, he introduces high culture and good morals (not exactly entertaining for kids, but still a positive influence) and when he's arrested, he screams "Treat children as equals! They're smarter than you think!". Later episodes would phase this out in favor of his straightforwardly villainous schemes and obsession with getting revenge on Bart.

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* WellIntentionedExtremist [=/=] ThinkOfTheChildren: Sideshow Bob. He genuinely cares about the education and future of the children watching the show and hates the kind of [[LowestCommonDenominator lowbrow humor]] Krusty is corrupting them with. After framing Krusty, he introduces high culture and good morals (not exactly entertaining for kids, but still a positive influence) and when he's arrested, he screams "Treat children as equals! They're smarter than you think!". Later episodes would phase this out in favor of his straightforwardly villainous schemes and obsession with getting revenge on Bart.Bart (although he would still retain his WickedCultured attributes).
22nd Mar '17 3:31:20 PM Asue
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* ImposterForgotOneDetail: Actually, two details, which are pointed out by Lisa and Bart. In Sideshow Bob's eagerness to frame Krusty and send him to jail forever, he forgets a number of key facts that he knew about his co-star: He knew Krusty is illiterate, yet he is seen (via the security camera) reading a magazine at the counter, waiting for the store to clear out, and Bob (as Krusty) stood near a microwave oven, which Krusty can't do because he has an artificial pacemaker implanted in his heart (which was also captured via security camera). Naturally, when Bart points this out, Bob tries to bluff an explanation that Krusty was never very smart and liked to look at the pictures, but it sets up Bob's downfall.

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* ImposterForgotOneDetail: Actually, two details, which are pointed out by Lisa and Bart. In Sideshow Bob's eagerness to frame Krusty and send him to jail forever, he forgets a number of key facts that he knew about his co-star: He he knew Krusty is illiterate, yet he is seen (via the security camera) reading a magazine at the counter, waiting for the store to clear out, and Bob (as Krusty) stood near a microwave oven, which Krusty can't do because he has an artificial pacemaker implanted in his heart (which was also captured via security camera). Naturally, when Bart points this out, Bob tries to bluff an explanation that Krusty was never very smart and liked to look at the pictures, but it sets up Bob's downfall.



* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When Marge finds Bart, Lisa, and Maggie watching "Itchy and Scratchy":

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When Marge finds Bart, Lisa, and Maggie watching "Itchy ''Itchy and Scratchy":Scratchy'':



* WellIntentionedExtremist[=/=]ThinkOfTheChildren: Sideshow Bob. He genuinely cares about the education and future of the children watching the show and hates the kind of [[LowestCommonDenominator lowbrow humor]] Krusty is corrupting them with. After framing Krusty, he introduces high culture and good morals (not exactly entertaining for kids, but still a positive influence) and when he's arrested, he screams "Treat children as equals! They're smarter than you think!" Later episodes would phase this out in favor of his straightforwardly villainous schemes and obsession with getting revenge on Bart.

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* WellIntentionedExtremist[=/=]ThinkOfTheChildren: WellIntentionedExtremist [=/=] ThinkOfTheChildren: Sideshow Bob. He genuinely cares about the education and future of the children watching the show and hates the kind of [[LowestCommonDenominator lowbrow humor]] Krusty is corrupting them with. After framing Krusty, he introduces high culture and good morals (not exactly entertaining for kids, but still a positive influence) and when he's arrested, he screams "Treat children as equals! They're smarter than you think!" think!". Later episodes would phase this out in favor of his straightforwardly villainous schemes and obsession with getting revenge on Bart.
3rd Feb '17 9:32:25 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* AllPartOfTheShow: When Krusty has a heart attack, the kids think his wild contortions and screaming in extreme pain are all part of a comedy act. Even Kent Brockmann chuckles as he whimsically remembers the incident.



* ConvictionByContradiction: Bart and Lisa's investigation basically comes down to this. First Lisa realises that Krusty wouldn't have used the Kwik-E-Mart microwave because he has a pacemaker, then that he couldn't have been reading the Springfield Review of Books at the magazine rack because he can't read. When Bart brings these points up on Sideshow Bob's show, Bob argued that Krusty wasn't one to follow medical warnings, and didn't need to be able to read to enjoy the Springfield Review of Books, thanks to the cartoons. Finally, in a EurekaMoment, Bart remembers that Homer stepped on the ends of fake Krusty's long shoes, causing him to exclaim in pain. Although Krusty usually wears oversized shoes, his feet don't fill them, so he wouldn't have felt a thing; Sideshow Bob, however, has feet long enough to fill the shoes.



* MagicalSecurityCam: Averted by director Brad Bird, who took care to stage all the actions of the robbery so they could be captured from one angle, at a spot where a security camera would realistically be.

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* MagicalSecurityCam: Averted by director Brad Bird, Creator/BradBird, who took care to stage all the actions of the robbery so they could be captured from one angle, at a spot where a security camera would realistically be.
14th Jan '17 12:37:52 PM Mdumas43073
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* AscendedExtra: Sideshow Bob is given a substantial role in an episode for the first time, after having popped up as a background character in "The Telltale Head".



* SuddenlyVoiced: Sideshow Bob speaks for the first time since his cameo in "The Telltale Head."

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* SuddenlyVoiced: Sideshow Bob speaks for the first time since his cameo EarlyBirdCameo in "The Telltale Head."
11th Jan '17 1:51:13 PM Mdumas43073
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At one point we see a cover of "Newsweekly" magazine with a picture of Krusty and the headline "Rhymes with Dastard".
30th Dec '16 8:28:37 PM Mdumas43073
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* VillainousBreakdown: Bob has a very subtle one when he gets taken to jail. He starts out more annoyed rather than angry during his "Meddling Kids Remark." Then shouts out to everyone to [[NotNowKiddo treat kids as equals]] in a more operatic tone, before his voice finally breaks into panic knowing that his plan crumbled.
* WellIntentionedExtremist[=/=]ThinkOfTheChildren: Sideshow Bob. He genuinely cares about the education and future of the children watching the show and hates the kind of [[LowestCommonDenominator lowbrow humor]] Krusty is corrupting them with. After framing Krusty, he introduces high culture and good morals (not exactly entertaining for kids, but still a positive influence) and when he's arrested, he screams "Treat children as equals! They're smarter than you think!" Later episodes would phase this out in favor of his straightforward revenge schemes on Bart.

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* VillainousBreakdown: Bob has a very subtle one when he gets taken to jail. He starts out more annoyed rather than angry relatively mildly annoyed, during his "Meddling Kids Remark." Then "meddling kids" rant, then shouts out to everyone to [[NotNowKiddo treat kids as equals]] in a more operatic tone, before his voice finally breaks into panic knowing that his plan crumbled.
* WellIntentionedExtremist[=/=]ThinkOfTheChildren: Sideshow Bob. He genuinely cares about the education and future of the children watching the show and hates the kind of [[LowestCommonDenominator lowbrow humor]] Krusty is corrupting them with. After framing Krusty, he introduces high culture and good morals (not exactly entertaining for kids, but still a positive influence) and when he's arrested, he screams "Treat children as equals! They're smarter than you think!" Later episodes would phase this out in favor of his straightforward straightforwardly villainous schemes and obsession with getting revenge schemes on Bart.
30th Dec '16 8:26:14 PM Mdumas43073
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** To ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'', as Sideshow Bob is carted off to jail, he says: "I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for those meddling kids".

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** To ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'': as Sideshow Bob is carted off to jail, he says: says, "I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for those [[YouMeddlingKids these meddling kids".kids]]".
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