History Recap / TheSimpsonsS2E7BartVsThanksgiving

20th Apr '17 3:15:19 PM Briguy52748
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* RejectedApology: Bart's ImagineSpot where he begs and grovels for forgiveness but everyone mocks him as they blame him "for everything."

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* RejectedApology: Bart's ImagineSpot where he begs and grovels for forgiveness but everyone mocks him instead as they blame him "for everything."
20th Apr '17 3:13:30 PM Briguy52748
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* RejectedApology: Bart's ImagineSpot where he begs and grovels for forgiveness but everyone mocks him as they blame him "for everything."
8th Apr '17 9:42:55 PM WoozyJack
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Bart is told that if he can legitimately apologize and mean it, he will be allowed to dinner, but a stubborn Bart insists that he did nothing wrong and that Lisa was to blame. Bart continues to sulk and decides he's going to show his parents a thing or two by running away. Santa's Little Helper, who had been thrown out of the house, decides to join Bart as they wander through town. Bart first stops at a house that happens to be Mr. Burns' mansion, where he tries to swipe a freshly baked pie but is run off by Burns' bloodthirsty hounds. Later, after giving blood at a local blood bank (that happened to be open on Thanksgiving Day) for $12 cash, Bart passes out on the streets in a run-down part of Springfield. When he awakens is greeted by two street bums who bring him to a community Thanksgiving dinner for the less fortunate. There, Kent Brockman is preparing to do an insincere, self-serving commentary about the holiday and how society treats the poor and needy; during his live commentary, he interviews Bart, who claims he's homeless and "didn't apologize." Homer and Marge see the report and call the police, admitting to officers their fear that they may have been too harsh with Bart.

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Bart is told that if he can legitimately apologize and mean it, he will be allowed to dinner, but a stubborn Bart insists that he did nothing wrong and that Lisa was to blame. Bart continues to sulk and decides he's going to show his parents a thing or two by running away. Santa's Little Helper, who had been thrown out of the house, decides to join Bart as they wander through town. Bart first stops at a house that happens to be Mr. Burns' mansion, where he tries to swipe a freshly baked pie but is run off by Burns' bloodthirsty hounds. Later, after giving blood donating plasma at a local paid-donor blood bank (that happened to be open on Thanksgiving Day) for $12 cash, Bart passes out on the streets in a run-down part of Springfield. When he awakens is greeted by two street bums who bring him to a community Thanksgiving dinner for the less fortunate. There, Kent Brockman is preparing to do an insincere, self-serving commentary about the holiday and how society treats the poor and needy; during his live commentary, he interviews Bart, who claims he's homeless and "didn't apologize." Homer and Marge see the report and call the police, admitting to officers their fear that they may have been too harsh with Bart.



** Marge, Patty and Selma's mother, Jacqueline. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when Bart gets sent to his room, she tells Marge that she's sorry she came at all.

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** Marge, Patty Marge's, Patty's and Selma's mother, Jacqueline. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when Bart gets sent to his room, she tells Marge that she's sorry she came at all.



* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnHim regretful or not,]] Bart did threw the centerpiece to the fireplace on purpose and without remorse. Along with the fact that Marge has to deal with her sisters, her mother, and father-in-law, not to mention the preparation of the feast itself. One's patience can go so far, especially if one has Bart for a child.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnHim regretful or not,]] Bart did threw the centerpiece to in the fireplace on purpose and without remorse. Along with the fact that Marge has to deal with her sisters, her mother, and father-in-law, not to mention the preparation of the feast itself. One's patience can go so far, especially if one has Bart for a child.
22nd Mar '17 9:13:39 PM Asue
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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 Bart gets sent to his room, she tells Marge that she's sorry she came at all.

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** Marge, Patty and Selma's mother.mother, Jacqueline. As soon as she arrives, she tells Marge she never does anything right. And when Bart gets sent to his room, she tells Marge that she's sorry she came at all.



* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: At the end of the episode when Bart finally apologizes for wrecking Lisa's centerpiece and she happily accepts it. She kisses his cheek, and Marge and Homer listen through the vent and remark that they ''are'' good parents.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: At the end of the episode episode, when Bart finally apologizes for wrecking Lisa's centerpiece and she happily accepts it. She kisses his cheek, and Marge and Homer listen through the vent and remark that they ''are'' good parents.



* DisproportionateRetribution: Marge & Homer both punished Bart for burning Lisa's centerpiece and "ruining Thanksgiving".

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* DisproportionateRetribution: Marge & and Homer both punished Bart for burning Lisa's centerpiece and "ruining Thanksgiving".
24th Feb '17 2:00:41 PM schoi30
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* OffModel: Kent Brockman, when leaving the homeless shelter. He looks more like Rainer Wolfcastle with white hair.
* RageBreakingPoint: While it was rather harsh for Marge for declaring Bart that he ruined Thanksgiving, Marge was at her wit's end from dealing with her sisters, her mother, and her father-in-law, and the preparation for the feast itself. One can't be too hard on her, especially when her son is Bart.



* OffModel: Kent Brockman, when leaving the homeless shelter. He looks more like Rainer Wolfcastle with white hair.
* RageBreakingPoint: While it was rather harsh for Marge for declaring Bart that he ruined Thanksgiving, Marge was at her wit's end from dealing with her sisters, her mother, and her father-in-law, and the preparation for the feast itself. One can't be too hard on her, especially when her son is Bart.
14th Feb '17 1:38:20 PM jenmic
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* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnHim regretful or not,]] Bart did threw the centerpiece to the fireplace on purpose and without remorse. Along with the fact that Marge has to deal with her sisters, her mother, and father-in-law, not to mention the preparation of the feast itself. One's patience can go so far, especially if one has Bart for a child.


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* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnHim regretful or not,]] Bart did threw the centerpiece to the fireplace on purpose and without remorse. Along with the fact that Marge has to deal with her sisters, her mother, and father-in-law, not to mention the preparation of the feast itself. One's patience can go so far, especially if one has Bart for a child.
14th Feb '17 1:35:17 PM jenmic
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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: At the end of the episode when Bart finally apologizes for wrecking Lisa's centerpiece and she happily accepts it. She kisses his cheek, and Marge and Homer listen through the vent and remark that they ''are'' good parents.



* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: At the end of the episode when Bart finally apologizes for wrecking Lisa's centerpiece and she happily accepts it. She kisses his cheek, and Marge and Homer listen through the vent and remark that they ''are'' good parents.
5th Dec '16 3:23:45 PM plcthecd
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* RageBreakingPoint: While it was rather harsh for Marge for declaring Bart that he ruined Thanksgiving, Marge was at her wit's end from dealing with her sisters, her mother, and her father-in-law, and the preparation for the feast itself. One can't be too hard on her, especially when her son is Bart.
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.
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