History Recap / TheSimpsonsS21E8OBrotherWhereBartThou

29th Jul '17 5:05:01 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points out that even if they ever do end up having another baby, said baby might end up being another girl instead of a boy, resulting in Bart having ''three'' sisters. This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.

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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She Marge also points out to her son that even if they she and Homer do ever do end up having another baby, said the baby might may end up being another girl instead of a boy, resulting in Bart having ''three'' sisters. This sisters--this is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.
27th Feb '17 12:27:21 PM fruitstripegum
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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points put that even if they ever do end up having another baby, said baby might end up being another girl instead of a boy, resulting in Bart having ''three'' sisters. This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.

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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points put out that even if they ever do end up having another baby, said baby might end up being another girl instead of a boy, resulting in Bart having ''three'' sisters. This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.
28th Dec '16 12:14:06 PM fruitstripegum
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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points that even if they ever do end up having another baby, said baby might end up be another girl instead of a boy, resulting in Bart having ''three'' sisters. This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.

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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points put that even if they ever do end up having another baby, said baby might end up be being another girl instead of a boy, resulting in Bart having ''three'' sisters. This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.
23rd Dec '16 4:24:16 PM BoyNinja
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** Also [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E9MrPlow Barney Gumbel still has his job as The Plow King]]

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** Also [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E9MrPlow Barney Gumbel still has his job as The Plow King]]King]].
* DramaticIrony: Bart's illegal brother Charlie ends up suffering a ''much'' worse fate as the brother to his eventual adopted ''six'' sisters with NoSenseOfPersonalSpace, after Bart previously feared having a third sister.
6th Oct '16 8:50:37 AM luiz4200
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* ImagineSpot: Bart has one about how his future will be if his parents have a third daughter.
18th Sep '16 2:45:56 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points out that even if they ''do'' end having another baby, it might end up be another girl instead of a boy (resulting in Bart possibly having three sisters). This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.

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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three kids. She also points out that even if they ''do'' ever do end up having another baby, it said baby might end up be another girl instead of a boy (resulting boy, resulting in Bart possibly having three sisters).''three'' sisters. This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.
17th Nov '15 8:12:40 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another and explains to Marge why he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three, and also points out that even if she and Homer do end up having another kid, it might end up being another girl instead of a boy (resulting in Bart possibly having three sisters). This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.

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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another kid and explains to Marge why ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three, and three kids. She also points out that even if she and Homer do they ''do'' end up having another kid, baby, it might end up being be another girl instead of a boy (resulting in Bart possibly having three sisters). This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.
21st Oct '15 4:08:59 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another and explains to Marge why he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three, and also points out that even if she and Homer do end up having another kid, it might end up being another girl instead of (resulting in Bart possibly having three sisters). This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.

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* OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart starts feeling the first trope in this episode, but when he tries convincing his parents to have another and explains to Marge why he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three, and also points out that even if she and Homer do end up having another kid, it might end up being another girl instead of a boy (resulting in Bart possibly having three sisters). This is what ultimately leads to the third trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.
21st Oct '15 4:02:24 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* OutnumberedSibling: Bart started feeling it in this episode. He even imagined what his future would be like if his attempts to trick his parents in having another child resulted in a third girl.

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* OutnumberedSibling: OutnumberedSibling[=/=]RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart started starts feeling it the first trope in this episode. He even imagined what his future would be like if his attempts to trick episode, but when he tries convincing his parents in to have another and explains to Marge why he wants a brother so badly, his mom, although she feels sorry for Bart, explains that she and Homer are fine with just three, and also points out that even if she and Homer do end up having another child resulted kid, it might end up being another girl instead of (resulting in a Bart possibly having three sisters). This is what ultimately leads to the third girl.trope, for when Bart tries adopting an orphan boy as his brother.



* RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart tries convincing his parents to have another baby, and when Bart finally explains ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, Marge starts feeling bad for Bart. However, Marge explains to her son that she and Homer are fine with just three kids, and that even if the family ''does'' end up having another baby, it might end being another girl instead of a boy, resulting Bart possibly having '''three''' sisters--this is what leads Bart to trying to adopt an orphan boy as his brother
8th Oct '15 6:29:20 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* RealityEnsures[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart tries convincing his parents to have another baby, and when Bart finally explains ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, Marge starts feeling bad for Bart. However, Marge explains to her son that she and Homer are fine with just three kids, and that even if the family ''does'' end up having another baby, it might end being another girl instead of a boy, resulting Bart possibly having '''three''' sisters--this is what leads Bart to trying to adopt an orphan boy as his brother

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* RealityEnsures[=/=]SiblingsWanted: RealityEnsues[=/=]SiblingsWanted: Bart tries convincing his parents to have another baby, and when Bart finally explains ''why'' he wants a brother so badly, Marge starts feeling bad for Bart. However, Marge explains to her son that she and Homer are fine with just three kids, and that even if the family ''does'' end up having another baby, it might end being another girl instead of a boy, resulting Bart possibly having '''three''' sisters--this is what leads Bart to trying to adopt an orphan boy as his brother
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