History Recap / TheSimpsonsS22E4TreehouseOfHorrorXXI

4th May '16 8:08:46 PM BoyNinja
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* TakeThat: "Tweenlight" makes fun of almost every thing ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}'' has been building on.
24th Mar '16 8:40:42 AM themisterfree
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* ReferenceOverdosed: All the board-games they play are a reference to real board-games

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* ReferenceOverdosed: All the board-games they play are a reference to real board-gamesboard-games- even ''Consternation'', which is a reference to the ''Series/{{Concentration}}'' home game.
12th Dec '15 11:12:30 AM windyshadow32
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17th Apr '15 10:00:08 AM rafi
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* {{Fanservice}}: Marge in a black bikini for almost the whole second story.
5th Nov '14 3:29:17 AM sabrina_diamond
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* CountDracula: He is [[spoiler: Edmund's father]].

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* CountDracula: {{Dracula}}: He is [[spoiler: Edmund's father]].
5th Nov '14 3:28:58 AM sabrina_diamond
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Bart and Milhouse get trapped in a cursed board-game in "War and Pieces," Homer and Marge's honeymoon trip on a boat gets interrupted by a castaway who may be a murderer in "Master and Cadaver," and Lisa falls for a preteen vampire in "Tweenlight."

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Bart and Milhouse get trapped in a cursed board-game in "War and Pieces," Homer and Marge's honeymoon trip on a boat gets interrupted by a castaway who may be a murderer in "Master and Cadaver," and Lisa falls for a preteen vampire called Edmund in "Tweenlight."


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* CountDracula: He is [[spoiler: Edmund's father]].
20th Oct '14 10:37:41 PM nicktoonhero
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: At the end of "Master and Cadaver", Maggie dons a bowler hat and fake eyelashes for one eye a la Alex [=DeLarge=] from AClockworkOrange. Turns out it became a subject for a [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS26E3TreehouseOfHorrorXXV future Treehouse of Horror]] segment called "A Clockwork Yellow", and Maggie as she appeared in that ending makes an appearance.
20th Oct '14 7:30:58 AM TonyG
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* KubrickStare: By Maggie, of all people, disguised as [[Film/AClockworkOrange Alex [=DeLarge=].]]



* WholePlotReference: All of the segments subtly lampoon modern movies: ''Jumanji'' for "War and Pieces", "Dead Calm" for "Master and Cadaver" and (of course) ''Twilight'' for "Tweenlight"

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* WholePlotReference: All of the segments subtly lampoon modern movies: ''Jumanji'' ''Film/{{Jumanji}}'' for "War and Pieces", "Dead Calm" ''Film/DeadCalm'' for "Master and Cadaver" and (of course) ''Twilight'' ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}'' for "Tweenlight"
5th Mar '14 3:25:20 AM sabrina_diamond
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* HeroicSacrifice: Homer himself in the "Tweenlight" segment. [[spoiler: He sacrifices himself for Lisa, so the two vampires could suck on his cholesterol-filled blood.]]



* TooDumbToLive: Milhouse thinking "3" was a letter -- while playing a literal version of Hangman where if the players guess wrong, they get hanged.

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* TooDumbToLive: Milhouse thinking that the number "3" was actually a letter -- while playing a literal version of Hangman where if the players guess wrong, they get hanged.''get hanged''.
5th Mar '14 3:22:13 AM sabrina_diamond
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Bart and Milhouse get trapped in a cursed board game in "War and Pieces," Homer and Marge's honeymoon trip on a boat gets interrupted by a castaway who may be a murderer in "Master and Cadaver," and Lisa falls for a preteen vampire in "Tweenlight."

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Bart and Milhouse get trapped in a cursed board game board-game in "War and Pieces," Homer and Marge's honeymoon trip on a boat gets interrupted by a castaway who may be a murderer in "Master and Cadaver," and Lisa falls for a preteen vampire in "Tweenlight."


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* ReferenceOverdosed: All the board-games they play are a reference to real board-games


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* WholePlotReference: All of the segments subtly lampoon modern movies: ''Jumanji'' for "War and Pieces", "Dead Calm" for "Master and Cadaver" and (of course) ''Twilight'' for "Tweenlight"
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