History Recap / TheSimpsonsS23E6TheBookJob

21st Jun '17 5:21:20 AM Argon2
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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[BarneyAndFriends supposed to sing.]] Judging from the mass reaction many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.

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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[BarneyAndFriends supposed to sing.]] Judging from the mass reaction masses' reaction, many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.had similar beliefs.



* RealityEnsues: The majority of children at the show are terrified by the life sized animtronic dinosaurs and run within moments of the show starting.

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* RealityEnsues: The majority of children at the show are terrified by the life sized animtronic animatronic dinosaurs and run within moments of the show starting.


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* TropesAreNotBad: The people of Springfield love ''Underbridge Academy'', and its publication is a success for the authors both financially and emotionally. (Though ''Underbridge'' is portrayed as original in comparison to its vampire version.)
11th Oct '16 12:49:02 AM mangamanic
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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[BarneyAndFriends supposed to sing.]] Judginf from the mass reaction many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.

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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[BarneyAndFriends supposed to sing.]] Judginf Judging from the mass reaction many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.
11th Oct '16 12:48:47 AM mangamanic
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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[Barney&Friends supposed to sing.]] Judginf from the mass reaction many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.

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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[Barney&Friends [[BarneyAndFriends supposed to sing.]] Judginf from the mass reaction many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.
11th Oct '16 12:48:16 AM mangamanic
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** Milhouse denies that the animatronics seen during the show aren't real dinosaurs, since dinosaurs are [[Barney&Friends supposed to sing.]] Judginf from the mass reaction many of the other children may have been under similiar perceptions.


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* RealityEnsues: The majority of children at the show are terrified by the life sized animtronic dinosaurs and run within moments of the show starting.
10th Oct '16 1:34:19 PM mangamanic
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** When Marge tries to defend the books by saying Lisa still liked the stories when she red them, Lisa points out that Betty Crocker was never a real person but an invention of men in the 20's. Marge pretends not to be hurt but then goes out and empties all her Betty Crockers in the trash.

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** When Marge tries to defend the books by saying Lisa still liked the stories when she red read them, Lisa points out that Betty Crocker was never a real person but an invention of men in the 20's. Marge pretends not to be hurt but then goes out outside and empties all her Betty Crockers in the trash.
10th Oct '16 11:33:37 AM mangamanic
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** When Marge tries to defend the books by saying Lisa still liked the stories when she red them, Lisa points out that Betty Crocker was never a real person but an invention of men in the 20's. Marge pretends not to be hurt but then goes out and empties all her Betty Crockers in the trash.
5th Apr '16 2:36:05 PM fruitstripegum
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* NeverLearnedToRead: Neil Gaiman somehow manages to have a writing career, despite this.



* NeverLearnedToRead: Neil Gaiman somehow manages to have a writing career, despite this.
17th Feb '16 7:43:22 AM Eddy1215
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Mrs. Skinner tells her son to wash her undergarments again just because Homer and Bart saw them.
9th Feb '16 4:07:41 PM Blackie62
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* KansasCityShuffle and NoodleIncident: Homer and Bart did something in Kansas City that was illegal. We don't find out what it is.

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* KansasCityShuffle and NoodleIncident: Homer and Bart did something in Kansas City that was illegal.regrettable. We don't find out what it is.
22nd Dec '15 8:11:09 AM luiz4200
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* BasementDweller: Principal Skinner joins the crew to have enough money to move out of his mother's house.



* FakeDefector: When the crew breaks in the printing room, the Executive is aware of this because Lisa informed him in exchange of getting to write a sequel to the book. It turns out she's just tricking him into revealing his passowrd so she can see to it that the original book will be printed instead of the vampire-themed version.
* HypocriticalHumor: When Lisa "reveals" herself to the rest of the crew as a traitor, Patty comments that it's always a woman who betrays the team.



* StrictlyFormula: The ''Angelica Buttons'' series and other popular books. Our protagonists try to make some quick money by writing a book the same way, but accidentally evolve the story into something good, become attached to it, and fight to prevent ExecutiveMeddling from ruining it.

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* StrictlyFormula: The ''Angelica Buttons'' series and other popular books. Our protagonists try to make some quick money by writing a book the same way, but accidentally evolve the story into something good, become attached to it, and fight to prevent ExecutiveMeddling from ruining it.it.
* TemptingFate: After Lisa explains how she tricked the Executive into publishing the crew's original story, she comments that the best part is that she's been credited as the author. She then opens a copy of the book and learns Neil Gaiman got that credit.
* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: After it's revealed to the viewers that the company published the original book instead of the vampire-themed version, Lisa explains how it happened. Knowing the crew would fail without the Executive's computer password to allow them to send the book's original version to the printing machines, she pretended to betray them so the Executive would trust her with the password and she would insert the pendrive with the original book instead of the one with the vampire story. Then she sees Neil Gaiman credited as the author instead of her and the next scene features Gaiman commenting that Lisa never thought there might be ''three'' pendrives.
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