History Recap / TheSimpsonsS2E7BartVsThanksgiving

20th Nov '16 7:50:12 PM schoi30
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** The family have this when they find out Bart has run away. Homer and Marge in particular feel guilty for what they said to him.

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** The family have this when they find out Bart has run away. Homer and Marge in particular feel guilty for what they said to him.him, and Lisa breaks down in tears thinking she is responsible.
20th Nov '16 7:48:04 PM schoi30
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The family have this when they find out Bart has run away. Homer and Marge in particular feel guilty for what they said to him.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: MyGodWhatHaveIDone:
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The family have this when they find out Bart has run away. Homer and Marge in particular feel guilty for what they said to him.him.
** Bart starts to feel remorse when he sees that he has more than the homeless men he had Thanksgiving dinner with and decides to go home. He changes his mind when he reaches the house thinking his family would scornfully mock him, but then a talk with Lisa causes him to realize how much he hurt her and he finally apologizes to her.
19th Nov '16 9:16:30 PM WileK209
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* OffModel: Kent Brockman, when leaving the homeless shelter. He looks more like Rainer Wolfcastle with white hair.
17th Nov '16 11:57:49 AM schoi30
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** Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right and that she's sorry she came at all.

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** Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right and right. And when Bart gets sent to his room, she tells Marge that she's sorry she came at all.
17th Nov '16 11:57:10 AM schoi30
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** Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when she leaves, she tells Marge she's sorry she came at all.

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** Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when she leaves, she tells Marge right and that she's sorry she came at all.
12th Nov '16 8:25:19 PM schoi30
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* AbusiveParents[=/=]{{Jerkass}}: Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when she leaves, she tells Marge she's sorry she came at all. Marge also qualifies by straight-up telling Bart he ruined Thanksgiving just because of a burnt centerpiece.

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* AbusiveParents[=/=]{{Jerkass}}: AbusiveParents:
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Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when she leaves, she tells Marge she's sorry she came at all.
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Marge also qualifies by straight-up telling Bart he ruined Thanksgiving just because of a burnt centerpiece.
18th Sep '16 11:29:12 AM schoi30
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** Even though Bart did burn the centerpiece, accident or not, Marge telling her child he ruined Thanksgiving is not very nice by any means; You know you screwed up when the police are stunned when you confess to this. Not helped when Marge orders Bart to apologize not too long after.

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** Even though Bart did burn the centerpiece, accident or not, Marge telling her child he ruined Thanksgiving is not very nice by any means; You know you screwed up when the police are stunned when you confess to this.means. Not helped when Marge orders Bart to apologize not too long after. You know you screwed up when the police are stunned when you confess to this.
14th Sep '16 7:58:12 AM 123456789
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* ThanksgivingEpisode: While "Homer vs. Dignity" and "Homer the Moe" also have Thanksgiving in the plot, those episodes aired on Sunday instead of Thursday and had Thanksgiving shoehorned into the final act. This episode actually aired on Thanksgiving (which is on the last Thursday of November in America. Canadian Thanksgiving is in October) and centered on a Thanksgiving meal gone bad. While many Thanksgiving episodes indeed are about ill-fated dinners, and there's plenty of in-jokes and gags, critics lauded this episode because it had actual sentiment and one of its central characters was enlightened about the meaning of the holiday (after he runs into two homeless men who have very little if anything).

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* ThanksgivingEpisode: While "Homer vs. Dignity" and "Homer the Moe" also have Thanksgiving in the plot, those episodes aired on Sunday instead of Thursday and had Thanksgiving shoehorned into the final act. This episode actually aired on Thanksgiving (which is on the last Thursday of November in America.America, while ''TheSimpsons'' were competing with ''TheCosbyShow'' on Thursdays. Canadian Thanksgiving is in October) and centered on a Thanksgiving meal gone bad. While many Thanksgiving episodes indeed are about ill-fated dinners, and there's plenty of in-jokes and gags, critics lauded this episode because it had actual sentiment and one of its central characters was enlightened about the meaning of the holiday (after he runs into two homeless men who have very little if anything).
3rd Sep '16 10:54:06 PM rwe1138
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* AbusiveParents[=/=]{{Jerkass}}: Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when she leaves, she tells Marge she's sorry she came at all. Marge also qualifies by straight-up telling Bart she ruined Thanksgiving just because of a burnt centerpiece.

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* AbusiveParents[=/=]{{Jerkass}}: Marge, Patty and Selma's mother. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when she leaves, she tells Marge she's sorry she came at all. Marge also qualifies by straight-up telling Bart she he ruined Thanksgiving just because of a burnt centerpiece.
30th Aug '16 6:05:27 PM schoi30
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The family have this when they found out Bart has run away.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The family have this when they found find out Bart has run away.away. Homer and Marge in particular feel guilty for what they said to him.
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