History Recap / TheSimpsonsS24E21TheSagaOfCarl

9th Dec '15 4:33:37 PM ergeis
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* NegativeContinuity: The Icelanders seem to have forgotten that it was Homer who caused their country to go bankrupt in the Season 21 episode "The Bob Next Door".
2nd Sep '15 8:04:10 AM luiz4200
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* ClearTheirName: Carl uses the money to clear the dishonour of his family name by buying the missing page of the saga that depicts them as cowards who abandoned their post [[spoiler: Only to find that his ancestors were actually worse than what the saga depicts.]]

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* ClearTheirName: Carl uses the money to clear the dishonour of his family name by buying the missing page of the saga that depicts them as cowards who abandoned their post [[spoiler: Only only to find that his ancestors were actually worse than what the saga depicts.]]
20th Apr '15 10:58:02 PM Patachou
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'''Moe:''' ''You'' say he's black!

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'''Moe:''' ''You'' say he's black!black!
* VacationEpisode: The Simpsons travel to Iceland.
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6th Oct '14 1:19:40 PM CJF
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* CallBack: Carl has metion being from Iceland in the the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS14E16ScuseMeWhileIMissTheSky 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky]]"
27th Aug '14 1:46:45 PM TotemicHero
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* HyperFocusedCrowd: While staking out Carl's family home, the guys get bored and decide to pass the time reading the manual for their rental car, oblivious to not only the northern lights behind them, but also the dancing trolls and fairies surrounding them.
20th Jul '14 6:25:08 PM TonyG
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Lenny takes Carl's betrayal very hard and attacks him. Immediately {{Lampshaded}} by Moe.
-->'''Moe:''' When the nice ones snap, it's always a good show.
20th Jul '14 5:11:30 PM Patachou
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* SpecialGuest: Music/SigurRos plays the closing theme.
20th Jul '14 5:04:55 PM Patachou
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* NationalStereotypes: TruthInTelevision Iceland is portrayed as a country with a small population, though caricatured here to the point that all inhabitants can apparently crowd together in one spot instantly without anyone missing. References to geysers, Icelandic sagas, Music/{{Bjork}}, Viking invasions, the Allied Forces occupation during WorldWarTwo for strategic reasons, the Northern Lights, fairies, elves, trolls, Music/SigurRos, the 2008-2011 economical collapse and their former lesbian Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (who was, in fact, the very first openly lesbian head of government in the world).

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* NationalStereotypes: NationalStereotypes:
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TruthInTelevision Iceland is portrayed as a country with a small population, though caricatured here to the point that all inhabitants can apparently crowd together in one spot instantly without anyone missing. missing.
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References are made to geysers, Icelandic sagas, Music/{{Bjork}}, Viking invasions, the Allied Forces occupation during WorldWarTwo for strategic reasons, the Northern Lights, fairies, elves, trolls, Music/SigurRos, the 2008-2011 economical collapse and their former lesbian Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (who was, in fact, the very first openly lesbian head of government in the world).
20th Jul '14 5:03:47 PM Patachou
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* NationalStereotypes: Iceland is portrayed as a country with a small population, to the point that all inhabitants can apparently crowd together instantly without anyone missing. References to geysers, Icelandic sagas, Music/{{Björk}}, Viking invasions, the Allied Forces occupation during WorldWarTwo for strategic reasons, the Northern Lights, fairies, elves, trolls, Music/SigurRos, the 2008-2011 economical collapse and their former lesbian Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (who was, in fact, the very first openly lesbian head of government in the world).

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* NationalStereotypes: TruthInTelevision Iceland is portrayed as a country with a small population, though caricatured here to the point that all inhabitants can apparently crowd together in one spot instantly without anyone missing. References to geysers, Icelandic sagas, Music/{{Björk}}, Music/{{Bjork}}, Viking invasions, the Allied Forces occupation during WorldWarTwo for strategic reasons, the Northern Lights, fairies, elves, trolls, Music/SigurRos, the 2008-2011 economical collapse and their former lesbian Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (who was, in fact, the very first openly lesbian head of government in the world).
20th Jul '14 4:57:45 PM Patachou
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfSomething?: Homer watches female tennis and describes it as "soft-core tennis".

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfSomething?: DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Homer watches female tennis and describes it as "soft-core tennis".



* NationalStereotypes: Iceland is portrayed as a country with a small population, to the point that all inhabitants can apparently crowd together instantly without anyone missing. References to geysers, Icelandic sagas, Music/{{Björk}}, Viking invasions, the Allied Forces occupation during WorldWarTwo for strategic reasons, fairies, elves, trolls, Music/SigurRos, the 2008-2011 economical collapse and their former lesbian Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (who was, in fact, the very openly lesbian head of government in the world).

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* NationalStereotypes: Iceland is portrayed as a country with a small population, to the point that all inhabitants can apparently crowd together instantly without anyone missing. References to geysers, Icelandic sagas, Music/{{Björk}}, Viking invasions, the Allied Forces occupation during WorldWarTwo for strategic reasons, the Northern Lights, fairies, elves, trolls, Music/SigurRos, the 2008-2011 economical collapse and their former lesbian Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (who was, in fact, the very first openly lesbian head of government in the world).
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