History Recap / TheSimpsonsS20E15WeddingForDisaster

8th Sep '15 2:48:40 PM fruitstripegum
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this when they hear Homer's wedding vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever. We don't see what may have resulted of this because immediately afterwards Bart and Lisa arrive and blackmail them. As mentioned above, Marge also gets this reaction when she finds out that Homer disappeared and assumes the wrong reason.

* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this when they hear Homer's wedding vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever. We don't see what may have resulted of this because immediately afterwards Bart and Lisa arrive and blackmail them. As mentioned above, Marge also gets this reaction when she finds out that Homer disappeared and assumes the wrong reason.

* ShoutOut: To ''Franchise/{{Saw}}'' when Homer finds himself locked in a dirty bathroom. Thankfully there's not gore involved and the most torture Homer gets is having to lick a lollipop made of hot sauce to get to a key (which wasn't to his lock).
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* ShoutOut: To ''Franchise/{{Saw}}'' when Homer finds himself locked in a dirty bathroom. Thankfully there's not no gore involved and the most torture Homer gets is having to lick a lollipop made of hot sauce to get to a key (which wasn't to his lock).
17th Jul '15 12:08:01 AM marcoasalazarm
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* ObnoxiousInLaws: Patty and Selma are this trope on overdrive. The story never directly tells how long they could have kept Homer locked in the bathroom, but they wanted Marge to go find a better husband, [[FridgeHorror and they had previously shown no lack of desire for him to die... or the trauma that they would create for anybody else finding Homer (they explicitly mention that the bathroom is a rented location)]].
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* ObnoxiousInLaws: Patty and Selma are this trope on overdrive. The story never directly tells how long they could have kept Homer locked in the bathroom, but they wanted Marge to go find a better husband, [[FridgeHorror and they had previously shown no lack of desire for him to die... or regard for the trauma that they would create for anybody else finding Homer (they explicitly mention that the bathroom is a rented location)]].
17th Jul '15 12:06:26 AM marcoasalazarm
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* FromBadToWorse: Homer's situation in a nutshell-starting from the very moment that Lovejoy says that his marriage act was not "legal", Marge goes into a HairTriggerTemper mode that nearly has her walking out on Homer, and then her {{Bridezilla}} act occurs and ''then'' he's kidnapped by Patty and Selma and forced into seclusion until Marge leaves him for good.

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* ObnoxiousInLaws: Patty and Selma are this trope on overdrive. The story never directly tells how long they could have kept Homer locked in the bathroom, but they wanted Marge to go find a better husband, [[FridgeHorror and they had previously shown no lack of desire for him to die... or the trauma that they would create for anybody else finding Homer (they explicitly mention that the bathroom is a rented location)]].
16th May '15 6:28:04 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Of ''Film/{{Saw}}'' when Homer finds himself locked in a dirty bathroom. Thankfully there's not gore involved and the most torture Homer gets is having to lick a lollipop made of hot sauce to get to a key (which wasn't to his lock).
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* ShoutOut: Of ''Film/{{Saw}}'' To ''Franchise/{{Saw}}'' when Homer finds himself locked in a dirty bathroom. Thankfully there's not gore involved and the most torture Homer gets is having to lick a lollipop made of hot sauce to get to a key (which wasn't to his lock).
19th Apr '15 1:38:33 PM marcoasalazarm
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this when they hear Homer's wedding vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever. We don't see what may have resulted of this because immediately afterwards Bart and Lisa arrive and blackmail them.
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this when they hear Homer's wedding vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever. We don't see what may have resulted of this because immediately afterwards Bart and Lisa arrive and blackmail them. As mentioned above, Marge also gets this reaction when she finds out that Homer disappeared and assumes the wrong reason.
19th Apr '15 1:34:49 PM marcoasalazarm
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this when they hear Homer's wedding vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever.
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this when they hear Homer's wedding vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever. We don't see what may have resulted of this because immediately afterwards Bart and Lisa arrive and blackmail them.
19th Apr '15 1:33:49 PM marcoasalazarm
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Marge is at her most selfish in this episode during the wedding planning process.
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* {{Bridezilla}}: '''MARGE'''. * ItsAllAboutMe: Marge is at her most selfish in this episode during the wedding planning process. When Homer disappears, she (quite understandably) assumes that he ran away because of her treatment of him.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Marge is at her most selfish in MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Patty and Selma get a moment of this episode during the when they hear Homer's wedding planning process.vows, which he kept on his pocket and tearfully reads thinking that he will be locked in the bathroom forever.
14th Mar '15 5:22:46 AM DamascaRamza
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* {{Jerkass}}: Selma and Patty really cross the line this time by kidnapping Homer just so Marge will think he left her. It's only when Bart and Lisa call them out on it, that they make up for it.
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Marge is at her most selfish in this episode during the wedding planning process. * {{Jerkass}}: Selma and Patty really cross the line this time by kidnapping Homer just so Marge will think he left her. It's only when Bart and Lisa call blackmail them out on it, to expose what happened that they make up do something resembling right. ** Marge goes full Bridezilla and treats Homer worse then she's ever treated him. * KarmaHoudini: Outside of being blackmailed into paying for it.the proper wedding, Patty & Selma face no comeuppance for their kidnapping and torturing Homer.
20th Oct '14 7:31:09 PM Retro7
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* NotMeThisTime: When a clue with the initials [="SB"=] was found, Bart and Lisa at first assumed Homer was abducted by Sideshow Bob. Homer was actually abducted by [[ObnoxiousInLaws Patty and Selma Bouvier]].
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* {{Jerkass}}: Selma and Patty really cross the line this time by kidnapping Homer just so Marge will think he left her. It's only when Bart and Lisa call them out on it, that they make up for it. * NotMeThisTime: When a clue with the initials [="SB"=] was found, Bart and Lisa at first assumed Homer was abducted by Sideshow Bob. Homer was actually abducted by [[ObnoxiousInLaws Patty and Selma Bouvier]].Bouvier]]. * ShoutOut: Of ''Film/{{Saw}}'' when Homer finds himself locked in a dirty bathroom. Thankfully there's not gore involved and the most torture Homer gets is having to lick a lollipop made of hot sauce to get to a key (which wasn't to his lock).
26th Jun '13 12:43:08 PM bunchacrunch
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When Reverend Lovejoy reveals that his license to wed couples expired years ago, Homer and Marge set up a third wedding to correct the mistake, but Marge's bridezilla attitude and Homer's disappearance complicate things.
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When Reverend Lovejoy reveals that his license to wed couples expired years ago, ago (meaning that Homer's divorce from Marge on "A Milhouse Divided" was legal and Homer ''was'' legally married to Amber from "Viva Ned Flanders"), Homer and Marge set up a third wedding to correct the mistake, but Marge's bridezilla attitude and Homer's disappearance complicate things.
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