History Recap / TheSimpsonsS2E22BloodFeud

17th Jun '16 6:13:41 PM eroock
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* KarmicJackpot: Homer becomes enraged when Bart's donation of blood to Mr Burns fails to result in this trope and writes an angry letter. In a SpoofAesop, Mr. Burn is initially furious and prepared to make the Simpsons suffer, but Smithers points out that Bart saved his life, and as a reward gets the family a massive Olmec monument, which is [[ContinuityNod seen in their basement in later episodes]].
17th Jun '16 6:07:25 PM eroock
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* LostAesop: Discussed in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "No good deed goes unrewarded" or "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."



* LostAesop: Discussed in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "No good deed goes unrewarded" or "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."



* StronglyWordedLetter: Homer#s angry letter to Mr Burns.

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* StronglyWordedLetter: Homer#s Homer's angry letter to Mr Burns.
17th Jun '16 6:06:13 PM eroock
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* IWillShowYouX: Homer's "I'll show you MAD IN THE MORNING!"
* LoveLetterLunacy: A Hate Letter Lunacy unfolds when Bart accidentally sends off the StronglyWordedLetter to Mr Burns.
* LovingDetails: Marge demonstrates an intimate knowledge of not just her husband but her whole family, including Homer's blood type and earmuff size, Lisa's ring and shoe sizes, and Bart's number of teeth and allergies.


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* StronglyWordedLetter: Homer#s angry letter to Mr Burns.
17th Jun '16 5:46:16 PM eroock
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* LostAesop: Discussed in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."

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* DramaticThunder: Happens the moment Mr Burns calls Smithers a "Judas".
* DrowningMySorrows: Homer does this after being fired for his letter to Burns. Barney reminds him that he should not get drunk to forget but only to improve his social skills.
* LostAesop: Discussed in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "No good deed goes unrewarded" or "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened." "
* PrankCall: Bart calls Moe to ask for "Mike Roach".


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* VengeanceFeelsEmpty: Mr Burns notes that his revenge on Homer left him empty.
8th Jun '16 1:25:24 PM windyshadow32
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8th Jun '16 1:22:09 PM windyshadow32
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17th Mar '16 3:48:35 AM morenohijazo
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* StoppedReadingTooSoon: Homer writes an angry letter to Mr. Burns, which starts out as a fake thank you note. Mr. Burns at first reads the thank you part, and is deeply touched, until he later discovers the following sentences.
-->Dear Mr. Burns... I'm so glad you enjoyed my son's blood and your card was just great. In case you can't tell, I'm being sarcastic. You stink! You are a senile, buck-toothed old mummy with bony girl-arms, and you smell like an elephant's butt.
22nd Nov '15 4:12:36 PM LentilSandEater
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* LostAesop: Lampshaded and invoked in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."

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* LostAesop: Lampshaded and invoked Discussed in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."
13th Oct '15 5:04:18 PM Odd1
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* LostAesop: Lampshaded and invoked in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realizing that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."

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* LostAesop: Lampshaded and invoked in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story (such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease") and then realizing realize that something that occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."
13th Oct '15 5:03:44 PM Odd1
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* LostAesop: Lampshaded and invoked in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story, such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease", and then realized that no, something happened that didn't fit, before eventually concluding "It was just a bunch of stuff that happened."

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* LostAesop: Lampshaded and invoked in the end, when the Simpsons try to figure out a moral to the story, such story (such as "The squeaky wheel gets the grease", grease") and then realized realizing that no, something happened that didn't fit, before occurred contradicts the moral. They eventually concluding "It conclude that "it was just a bunch of stuff that happened."
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