History Recap / TheSimpsonsS2E7BartVsThanksgiving

26th Jul '16 8:39:18 AM Wingnut
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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. Guess that explains what prompted Marge's "ruining Thanksgiving" bullshit.

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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. Guess that explains what prompted Marge's "ruining Thanksgiving" bullshit.Marge also qualifies by straight-up telling Bart she ruined Thanksgiving just because of a burnt centerpiece.
17th Jul '16 10:22:11 AM Wingnut
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* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnThem 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" [[WasTooHardOnThem [[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.
15th Jul '16 9:45:56 PM plcthecd
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* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnThem 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, 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" [[WasTooHardOnThem 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 Jul '16 8:39:54 PM plcthecd
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* JerkassHasAPoint: While Homer and Marge went too far for punishing Bart and declaring that "he ruined Thanksgiving" [[WasTooHardOnThem 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, if one has Bart for a child.
5th Jul '16 4:12:10 PM SaraJaye
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* AwwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: 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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* AwwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: 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 Jul '16 4:11:56 PM SaraJaye
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* AwwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: 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.
13th Apr '16 11:53:28 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: Since Marge said that both the centerpiece & the turkey could have fitted on the same table, and had Homer actually called on the kids before they started fighting, Bart would have never ran away.
22nd Dec '15 9:59:14 PM BobSaget9
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* LoopholeAbuse: Bart, in running away, stumbled across the homeless shelter's Thanksgiving dinner, and is allowed to have some. Or, as Bart puts it when he's featured on Kent Brockman's report on the homeless shelter:
-->'''Bart''': (with a plate of food, feeding some to Santa's Little Helper) Ha ha! I didn't apologize!
9th Dec '15 6:54:10 PM Wingnut
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[[caption-width-right:350:Wait for it...]]
5th Dec '15 6:27:37 PM yakko
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* ChekhovsGun: At first, Lisa's centerpiece doesn't seem to serve any purpose other than to just show that Lisa's a history geek...or fond of crafts....but it ends up driving the plot....
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