History Recap / TheSimpsonsS23E10PoliticallyIneptWithHomerSimpson

5th Mar '16 2:02:09 PM MarkLungo
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* SoccerHatingAmericans: Homer speaks ill of {{Soccer}} in his show.

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* SoccerHatingAmericans: Homer speaks ill of {{Soccer}} [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Soccer]] in his show.
12th Jan '16 8:23:05 AM luiz4200
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* SoccerHatingAmericans: Homer speaks ill of {{Soccer}} in his show.
22nd Dec '15 3:40:54 PM luiz4200
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* BetterTheDevilYouKnow: The episode's opening features a billboard with an ad for Quimby's campaign describeing him as "The Devil You Know" for 18 years.

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* BetterTheDevilYouKnow: The episode's opening features a billboard with an ad for Quimby's campaign describeing describing him as "The Devil You Know" for 18 years.
22nd Dec '15 3:40:36 PM luiz4200
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* BetterTheDevilYouKnow: The episode's opening features a billboard with an ad for Quimby's campaign describeing him as "The Devil You Know" for 18 years.
22nd Dec '15 5:14:04 AM luiz4200
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* BlatantLies: When James Madison tells Homer that his portrait is printed at 5,000-dollar bills, Homer asks if he gives those portraits to fans and claims to be a fan.


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* OpinionChangingDream: Homer has a dream where former President UsefulNotes/JamesMadison convinces him not to support Ted Nugent's candidacy. Subverted when the dream is revealed to be a fake with an actor pretending to be Madison.
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: When Mr. Burns asks Homer to pick someone to be the Republican Party's next presidential candidate, he insists that Homer picks a white male.
30th Dec '14 12:17:44 PM TheUnsquished
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* ShoutOut: The chalkboard gag is "Tintin did not sucksuck", in reference to the 2011 ''Film/{{Tintin}}'' movie.

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* ShoutOut: The chalkboard gag is "Tintin did not sucksuck", in reference to the 2011 ''Film/{{Tintin}}'' ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin Tintin]]'' movie.
29th Dec '14 11:51:36 AM nombretomado
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After putting up with TSA agents and airport incompetence, Homer goes on a rampage on a grounded airplane -- and his antics become viral video gold (just like his showboating on "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass") and a chance to host his own political talk show on FOXNews.

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After putting up with TSA agents and airport incompetence, Homer goes on a rampage on a grounded airplane -- and his antics become viral video gold (just like his showboating on "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass") and a chance to host his own political talk show on FOXNews.
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2nd Dec '14 11:11:20 PM marcoasalazarm
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* PompousPoliticalPundit: Homer becomes this-a very successful, very ''insane'' example of this.
30th Sep '14 6:16:10 PM mlsmithca
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* ShoutOut: The chalkboard gag is "Tintin did not sucksuck", in reference to the 2011 ''Film/{{Tintin}}'' movie.



* TintinShoutOut: The chalkboard gag in ''Politically Inept, with Homer Simpson'' is ''"Tintin did not sucksuck"'', in reference to the 2011 ''Film/{{Tintin}}'' movie.
20th Sep '14 11:12:35 PM Patachou
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* TintinShoutOut: The chalkboard gag in ''Politically Inept, with Homer Simpson'' is ''"Tintin did not sucksuck"'', in reference to the 2011 ''Film/{{Tintin}}'' movie.
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