History Recap / TheSimpsonsS20E20FourGreatWomenAndAManicure

19th Apr '17 7:36:03 PM luiz4200
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** When Snow White is trying beds at the dwarves' home, she says the first one is too hard and the second one is too soft. Upon trying the third bed, she smiles and say it's just (her smile changes into a frown) as hard as the first one and settles for the too soft.


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* ShoutOut: While looking for the seven dwarves' home, Snow White sees [[HanselAndGretel a house of gingerbread]] and [[Literature/LittleRedRidingHood Grandma's house.]] The wolf is already at the second one. Later, when she's trying beds at the dwarves' home, she says [[Literature/{{Goldilocks}} the first one is too hard and the second one is too soft]].
19th Apr '17 4:37:03 PM luiz4200
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* BaitAndSwitch: At the diamond mine, the dwarves use their pickaxes to hit the buttons of the panel that controls the mine's machinery.

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* BaitAndSwitch: BaitAndSwitch:
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At the diamond mine, the dwarves use their pickaxes to hit the buttons of the panel that controls the mine's machinery.machinery.
** The King of Spain justifies his interest on Krusty by claiming he likes a man that makes him laugh, but he'll open an exception for Krusty.
8th Apr '17 2:42:59 PM marcoasalazarm
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While at a nail salon, Marge and Lisa argue over whether or not a woman can be smart, beautiful, and powerful all at once, which leads to yet another ''Simpsons'' anthology show, featuring four stories of women trying to survive in a man's world: Aunt Selma defending England as Queen Elizabeth I, Lisa in a non-copyright-infringing retelling of Disney's ''Snow White'', Marge pushing Homer to be a great Shakespearean actor in a modern-day version of ''Macbeth'', and Maggie fighting against conformity in a parody of Ayn Rand's ''The Fountainhead''.

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While at a nail salon, Marge and Lisa argue over whether or not a woman can be smart, beautiful, and powerful all at once, which leads to yet another ''Simpsons'' anthology show, featuring four stories of women trying to survive in a man's world: Aunt Selma defending England as Queen Elizabeth I, Lisa in a non-copyright-infringing retelling of Disney's ''Snow White'', Marge pushing Homer to be a great Shakespearean actor in a modern-day version of ''Macbeth'', and Maggie fighting against conformity in a parody of Ayn Rand's ''The Fountainhead''.
''Literature/TheFountainhead''.


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* DaycareNightmare: The daycare center on Maggie's short is run by a man who forces kids to conform to be all alike... that is, mediocre and accepting it. When Maggie wishes to keep making pretty art and structures with anything at hand, he goes to war with her.
1st Mar '16 7:30:31 PM kataangluvr
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* {{Jerkass}}: The daycare center guy in Maggie's story decides to be a complete jerk to Maggie when she proves herself to be exceedingly talented unlike the other babies.
* LadyMacbeth: Marge acts like this during her story. She wants Homer to succeed as an actor, but she encourages him to kill people to achieve that success.


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* TheVoiceless: Subverted with Maggie in her story. She has a scene where she actually speaks in fluent English. This is one of the few scenes where she speaks.
19th Nov '15 10:32:18 AM luiz4200
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* BaitAndSwitch: At the diamond mine, the dwarves use their pickaxes to hit the buttons of the panel that controls the mine's machinery.



* RiddleForTheAges: Lenny asks why Grumpy needs a pickaxe if he works at marketing. Grumpy says Lenny would know if he worked at marketing.



* YouWannaGetSued: The last time the dwarves were heard singing a parody of the song sung by the Dwarves in Disney's Show White, they claimed they'd "claim fair use" "if Disney sues".

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* YouWannaGetSued: The last time the dwarves were heard singing a parody of the song sung by the Dwarves in Disney's Show White, they claimed they'd "claim fair use" "if Disney sues".sues".
* WritingAroundTrademarks: The dwarves in Lisa's version of Snow White don't have the same names the dwarves in Disney's version have. There's a close call with Doc... tor Hibbert.
11th Apr '14 7:53:39 AM RhoEpsilon
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Three parodies focus on women both real and fictional Elizabeth I, Lady Macbeth, Snow White while a fourth gender-flips ''Literature/TheFountainhead'''s hero into a heroine played by Maggie

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Three parodies focus on While at a nail salon, Marge and Lisa argue over whether or not a woman can be smart, beautiful, and powerful all at once, which leads to yet another ''Simpsons'' anthology show, featuring four stories of women both real and fictional trying to survive in a man's world: Aunt Selma defending England as Queen Elizabeth I, Lady Macbeth, Snow White while Lisa in a fourth gender-flips ''Literature/TheFountainhead'''s hero into non-copyright-infringing retelling of Disney's ''Snow White'', Marge pushing Homer to be a heroine played by Maggie
great Shakespearean actor in a modern-day version of ''Macbeth'', and Maggie fighting against conformity in a parody of Ayn Rand's ''The Fountainhead''.




* EpicFail: The Huntsman. Not only he wouldn't cut Snow White's heart, he also wouldn't cut a pig's heart or even a construction paper heart.
8th Jun '13 1:08:39 PM JIKTV
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Three parodies focus on women both real and fictional Elizabeth I, Lady Macbeth, Snow White while a fourth gender-flips ''TheFountainhead'''s hero into a heroine played by Maggie

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Three parodies focus on women both real and fictional Elizabeth I, Lady Macbeth, Snow White while a fourth gender-flips ''TheFountainhead'''s ''Literature/TheFountainhead'''s hero into a heroine played by Maggie
12th May '13 5:55:37 PM luiz4200
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* OffWithHisHead: One of Elizabeth I's suitors was Ralph Wiggum, who shouted "Off with ''my'' head!"
12th May '13 5:50:43 PM luiz4200
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Three parodies focus on women both real and fictional Elizabeth I, Lady Macbeth, Snow White while a fourth gender-flips ''TheFountainhead'''s hero into a heroine played by Maggie

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* EpicFail: The Huntsman. Not only he wouldn't cut Snow White's heart, he also wouldn't cut a pig's heart or even a construction paper heart.
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: While singing, the dwarves claimed that song wasn't like any the viewers heard before.
* YouWannaGetSued: The last time the dwarves were heard singing a parody of the song sung by the Dwarves in Disney's Show White, they claimed they'd "claim fair use" "if Disney sues".
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