History Recap / TheSimpsonsS21E1HomerTheWhopper

8th Jul '17 9:46:09 AM luiz4200
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* LoopholeAbuse: The executives want a physically fit man to play Everyman but are contractually bound to use Homer. They get around it by hiring a fitness trainer to put Homer in shape. It'd have worked if not for the fact the trainer wasn't paid to stick around long enough to ''keep'' Homer in shape until the film was finished.


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* PunnyName: In Comic Book Guy's comic, Everyman's civilian identity is Avery Mann.
8th Jul '17 7:52:23 AM luiz4200
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* AdviceBackfire: When Homer's celebrity fitness trainer leaves, he tells Homer to remember what he taught him but Homer points out the trainer taught him that only people who can afford celebrity fitness trainers can be in shape.
8th Jul '17 7:45:53 AM luiz4200
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* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: Comic Book Guy refused to write a good review on the ''Everyman'' movie.

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* RevengeOfTheSequel: Had Comic Book Guy given the movie a good review, he'd be allowed to direct a sequel titled "Everyman 2: Rise of the Revenge".
* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: Comic Book Guy refused to write a good review on the ''Everyman'' movie.movie even after the executives offered to let him direct the planned sequel.
11th Mar '14 8:58:52 AM RhoEpsilon
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* PowerCopying: Everyman is able to get the powers of the superhero whose comic book he touches. Thus his superpower is ''every'' superpower.

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* PowerCopying: Everyman is able to get the powers of the superhero whose comic book he touches. Thus his superpower is ''every'' superpower.
5th Dec '13 3:42:50 PM luiz4200
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* ShoutOut: The town of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Gotham]][[Franchise/{{Superman}} opolis]]

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* ShoutOut: The town of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Gotham]][[Franchise/{{Superman}} opolis]]opolis]]
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: In the movie, when someone commented to Everyman's civilian identity he's the only one in Gothamopolis who never saw Everyman, he said the only thing he was sure was the fact he was ''not'' Everyman.
1st Dec '13 8:38:25 PM Psi001
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Parodied in universe, where executives push Everyman to be pretty much the exact opposite of Comic Book Guy's intended character, resulting in ProductionHell and an inevitable box office flop.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Parodied in universe, where executives push Everyman to be pretty much the exact opposite of Comic Book Guy's intended character, resulting in ProductionHell DevelopmentHell and an inevitable box office flop.
1st Dec '13 8:38:16 PM Psi001
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Parodied in universe, where executives push Everyman to be pretty much the exact opposite of Comic Book Guy's intended character, resulting in ProductionHell and an inevitable box office flop.
28th Aug '13 4:04:49 PM TVRulezAgain
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* ShoutOut: The town of [[{{Batman}} Gotham]][[{{Superman}} opolis]]

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* ShoutOut: The town of [[{{Batman}} Gotham]][[{{Superman}} [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Gotham]][[Franchise/{{Superman}} opolis]]
22nd Aug '13 12:38:04 AM mlsmithca
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23rd May '13 1:57:56 PM TonyG
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* PowerCopying: Everyman is able to get the powers of the superhero whose comic book he touches. Thus his superpower is ''every'' superpower.
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