History Recap / TheSimpsonsS1E6MoaningLisa

22nd Mar '17 12:36:29 PM Asue
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''And this morning my own mother gave my last cupcake away.''\\

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''And this morning morning, my own mother gave my last cupcake away.''\\



-->'''Bart''': Hey.
-->'''Lisa''': I don't want your pity.

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-->'''Bart''': -->'''Bart:''' Hey.
-->'''Lisa''': -->'''Lisa:''' I don't want your pity.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Both Homer and Marge are shown to be incredibly neglectful in this episode. Homer cares more about a video game and the fact that the bowling ally is closing down than his daughter’s depression. While Marge tells Lisa to [[StepfordSmiler suppress her sadness and smile]] because it makes her look better. At least Marge learned the error of her ways.
** Though it also falls under CompletelyMissingThePoint because while Marge tells Lisa not to suppress her feelings she states that she will do it for both of them.
* MisplacedRetribution: Lisa is in such a depressed state that the school takes notice and sends a note home to her parents, and even then out of worry rather than her being in trouble. Homer's so used to Bart being in trouble with the school instead that in response he punishes his son anyway by making him vacuum the entire house, despite Bart not doing anything wrong. Bart understandably is less than pleased with this and also makes sure to vacuum up a deck of Homer's playing cards in retaliation.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Both Homer and Marge are shown to be incredibly neglectful in this episode. Homer cares more about a video game and the fact that the bowling ally is closing down than his daughter’s depression. While Marge tells Lisa to [[StepfordSmiler suppress her sadness and smile]] because it makes her look better. At least least, Marge learned the error of her ways.
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** Though it also falls under CompletelyMissingThePoint because while Marge tells Lisa not to suppress her feelings feelings, she states that she will do it for both of them.
* MisplacedRetribution: Lisa is in such a depressed state that the school takes notice and sends a note home to her parents, and even then out of worry rather than her being in trouble. Homer's so used to Bart being in trouble with the school instead that that, in response response, he punishes his son anyway by making him vacuum the entire house, despite Bart not doing anything wrong. Bart understandably is less than pleased with this and also makes sure to vacuum up a deck of Homer's playing cards in retaliation.
28th Feb '17 11:05:50 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* FictionalVideoGame: ''Super Slugfest'', a boxing game that Homer becomes obsessed with beating Bart at; it has arcade and console versions.

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* FictionalVideoGame: ''Super Slugfest'', a boxing game that Homer becomes obsessed with beating Bart at; it has arcade and console versions.versions (the latter with single button Atari2600-style controllers). At the Noiseland Video Arcade, there are six unnamed arcade cabinets in a lobby area; a red cabinet and green cabinet visible on the wall across the entrance doors; a blue arcade cabinet on the right wall; an unseen cabinet at the lower right corner of the arcade; an aquamarine cabinet at the right of the entrance; a blue cabinet, red cabinet, and yellow cabinet at the left of the entrance; pink, green, and orange cabinets on the left wall, leading up to the change booth; an area to the right of the change booth with a blue, pink, and yellow-orange cabinet; on the wall opposite the change booth, an orange cabinet, a pink-orange cabinet, and a yellow-orange ''Eat My Shorts''; a semi-circle area with a green arcade cabinet, ending in -"H the" and -"rels", an aquamarine cabinet, a pink cabinet starting with "Capt." and ending in "-sy", possibly "Noisy", a blue ''Pac Rat'', a green ''Itchy Vs Scratchy'', a red cabinet, a blue cabinet through an area past an archway, and to the right of the archway, yellow ''Freeway!'', pink ''Escape from Grandma's House II'', an orange cabinet, and ''Time Wasters'', with a blue and yellow decal, played by Sherri and Terri Mackleberry, which is the unseen game to the right of the change booth, but is on the wrong wall; in an area further to the right of the change booth, "in the corner", a sequence of a blue ''Pac Rat'', red ''Nuclear Winter'', green ''Robert Goulet Destroyer'', blue ''Escape from Grandma's House'', yellow ''Eat My Shorts'', pink Itchy Vs Scratchy, blue Pac Rat, and orange ''Time Waster'' (in other shots, the sequence is preserved, but both ''Pac Rat'' games change to ''Pac Rat II''), and the arcade version of regular ''Slugfest''.
23rd Jan '17 5:51:10 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* MisplacedRetribution: Lisa is in such a depressed state that the school takes notice and sends a note home to her parents, and even then out of worry rather than her being in trouble. Homer's so used to Bart being in trouble with the school instead that in response he punishes his son anyway by making him vacuum the entire house, despite Bart not doing anything wrong. Bart understandably is less than pleased with this and also makes sure to vacuum up a deck of Homer's playing cards in retaliation.
5th Aug '16 2:05:54 PM Chaosenvoy
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* YankTheDogsChain: After getting tips from a kid at the Noiseland Arcade, Homer goes to face Bart one more time in the boxing game. He had the winning advantage and he would've won after so many beatings if Marge hadn't come in and unplugged the game to get the boys' attention. And then Bart says he gives up on the game.

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* YankTheDogsChain: After getting tips from a kid at the Noiseland Arcade, Homer goes to face Bart one more time in the boxing game. He had the winning advantage and he would've won after so many beatings if Marge hadn't come in and unplugged the game to get the boys' attention. And then Bart says he gives up on the game.game to make sure his winning streak remains unbroken.
2nd Jul '16 8:24:23 PM ElegantVamp
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Both Homer and Marge are shown to be incredibly neglectful in this episode. Homer cares more about a video game and the fact that the bowling ally is closing down then his daughter’s depression. While Marge tells Lisa to [[StepfordSmiler suppress her sadness and smile]] because it makes her look better. At least Marge learned the error of her ways.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Both Homer and Marge are shown to be incredibly neglectful in this episode. Homer cares more about a video game and the fact that the bowling ally is closing down then than his daughter’s depression. While Marge tells Lisa to [[StepfordSmiler suppress her sadness and smile]] because it makes her look better. At least Marge learned the error of her ways.
14th Jun '16 4:48:34 PM monique.mudie
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Both Homer and Marge are shown to be incredibly neglectful in this episode. Homer cares more about a video game and the fact that the bowling ally is closing down then his daughter’s depression. While Marge tells Lisa to [[StepfordSmiler suppress her sadness and smile]] because it makes her look better. At least Marge learned the error of her ways.
** Though it also falls under CompletelyMissingThePoint because while Marge tells Lisa not to suppress her feelings she states that she will do it for both of them.
5th Mar '16 5:33:29 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* FictionalVideoGame: ''Super Slugfest'', a boxing game that Homer becomes obsessed with beating Bart at; it has arcade and console versions.
24th Feb '16 6:16:24 AM cwickham
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: A lot of the violence in the boxing video game (including Homer's nightmare of Bart beating him) is edited when shown on BBC Two (in the UK)'s morning CBBC block.

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: A lot of the violence in the boxing video game (including Homer's nightmare of Bart beating him) is was edited when shown on BBC Two (in in the UK)'s morning CBBC block.UK.
9th Feb '16 9:51:43 AM SimpsonsFan24
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: A lot of the violence in the boxing video game (including Homer's nightmare of Bart beating him) was edited when shown on UK TV.

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: A lot of the violence in the boxing video game (including Homer's nightmare of Bart beating him) was is edited when shown on UK TV.BBC Two (in the UK)'s morning CBBC block.
12th Nov '15 1:11:30 PM windyshadow32
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