History Recap / TheSimpsonsS2E6DeadPuttingSociety

18th May '16 9:48:50 AM speedyboris
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Trivia: To date, this is the last ''Simpsons'' episode with music composed by somebody ''other'' than Alf Clausen. This episode was composed by Ray Colcord.
14th Oct '15 9:28:46 AM luiz4200
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* WorthIt: Homer doesn't mind facing the losing penalty if that's what it takes to make Ned face it as well. He changes his mind once he sees Ned enjoying it.
10th Aug '15 4:31:21 PM crl85
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* SeriousBusiness: The championship match between Bart and Todd is broadcast in its entirety on KBBL Radio, complete with IAmVeryBritish announcers.
19th Jan '15 2:30:21 PM AlBundyFan365
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After feeling Flanders is better than him in every way, Homer decides to prove his family's worth by forcing Bart to compete in a mini-golf tournament with Todd Flanders.

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After feeling Ned Flanders is better than him in every way, Homer decides to prove his family's worth by forcing Bart to compete in a mini-golf tournament with Todd Flanders.

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* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of "the loser", because Flanders found the wording too cruel for his sensibilities) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.

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* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders Ned was worded (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of "the loser", because Flanders Ned found the wording too cruel for his sensibilities) sensibilities), Homer insisted the that both of them mow each other's lawn on in their own wives' Sunday dresses.



* {{Unishment}}: Flanders is actually amused at mowing the lawn in a Sunday dress (as it reminds him of his fraternity days), much to Homer's frustration.
* XMustNotWin: Homer is willing to accept both him and Flanders facing the losing penalty so long at it means Flanders suffers. Unfortunately for Homer, Flanders enjoys it due to being reminded of his fraternity days.

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* {{Unishment}}: Flanders Ned is actually amused at mowing the lawn in a Sunday dress (as it reminds him of his fraternity days), much to Homer's frustration.
* XMustNotWin: Homer is willing to accept both Ned and him and Flanders facing the losing penalty so long at it means Flanders Ned suffers. Unfortunately for Homer, Flanders Ned enjoys it due to being reminded of his fraternity days.days.
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21st Feb '14 6:18:27 PM Premonition45
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Flanders is actually amused at mowing the lawn in a Sunday dress (as it reminds him of his fraternity days), much to Homer's frustration.


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* {{Unishment}}: Flanders is actually amused at mowing the lawn in a Sunday dress (as it reminds him of his fraternity days), much to Homer's frustration.
10th Feb '14 9:05:27 AM Eegah
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* ICallItVera: Homer tells Bart to give his putter a name. Bart says "Mr. Putter," so he specifies it should be a girl's name. Bart selects "Mom," to which Homer snaps "Your putter's name is Charlene!"
17th Dec '13 8:18:14 PM TitoMosquito
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* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of kid who loses, because Flanders found the wording too cruel for his sensibilities) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.
* XMustNotWin: Homer is willing to accept both him and Flanders facing the losing penalty so long at it means Flanders suffers.

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* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of kid who loses, "the loser", because Flanders found the wording too cruel for his sensibilities) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.
* XMustNotWin: Homer is willing to accept both him and Flanders facing the losing penalty so long at it means Flanders suffers. Unfortunately for Homer, Flanders enjoys it due to being reminded of his fraternity days.
29th Oct '13 9:03:42 AM PeachPerfect
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Flanders is actually amused at mowing the lawn in a Sunday dress, much to Homer's frustration.
* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded, (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of kid who loses) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.

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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Flanders is actually amused at mowing the lawn in a Sunday dress, dress (as it reminds him of his fraternity days), much to Homer's frustration.
* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded, worded (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of kid who loses) loses, because Flanders found the wording too cruel for his sensibilities) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.
22nd Oct '13 7:55:17 PM Psi001
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* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded, (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of kid who loses) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.

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* ExactWords: Because of how the bet between Homer and Flanders was worded, (the father of the kid who "doesn't win" instead of kid who loses) Homer insisted the both of them mow each other's lawn on Sunday dresses.dresses.
* XMustNotWin: Homer is willing to accept both him and Flanders facing the losing penalty so long at it means Flanders suffers.
4th Oct '13 5:07:57 PM Eegah
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** This is the first episode to prominently feature the Flanders family, rather than just being a one-shot gag.
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