History Recap / TheSimpsonsS4E10LisasFirstWord

10th Mar '17 11:09:54 AM Demetrios
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* MortonsFork: Related to the above point; you can tell [[MonsterClown a clown is scary]] when it makes a little kid ''not'' want to go home.
-->'''Bart''': ''(already homesick and not getting on well with the IncrediblyLameFun-having Flanders kids)'' I want to go home. ''(looks out the window and sees the clown bed; becomes terrified)'' No I don't!
10th Jan '17 5:02:11 PM Mdumas43073
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* OffModel: Sideshow Bob has Sideshow Mel's hair color (greenish-blue) in the commercial for the Krusty Burger giveaway. While it can be handwaved that it's a wig or he had to dye his hair for the show, it actually contradicts with the season one episodes (up until "Krusty Gets Busted") where Sideshow Bob had his own hair (red) and the writers on the DVD commentary point out that Sideshow Bob's hair being greenish-blue instead of red was a coloring mistake.

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* OffModel: Sideshow Bob has Sideshow Mel's hair color (greenish-blue) in the commercial for the Krusty Burger giveaway. While it can be handwaved that it's a wig or he had to dye his hair for the show, it actually contradicts with the season one episodes (up until "Krusty Gets Busted") where Sideshow Bob had his own hair (red) and the (red). The writers on the DVD commentary point out that Sideshow Bob's hair being greenish-blue instead of red was a coloring mistake.
28th Dec '16 12:46:35 PM NWolfman
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** The showrunners admitted to simply tinting the scene of baby Bart swinging naked on the clothes line for the "night" portion of the scene.
11th Dec '16 4:55:05 PM Demetrios
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* CultureChopSuey: With the exception of the popular culture of the time, 1980s Springfield looks and acts like 1930s Brooklyn.
4th Dec '16 11:05:27 AM JM1982
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* SpannerInTheWorks: Krusty Burger's Olympic promotion centres around printing game cards for different events. If America wins a gold medal in the event printed on the game card, participants can redeem the card for a free Krusty Burger. However, the cards are rigged in that they'e only for events that Communists never lose in. Krusty is initially happy with the idea...at least until he learns that the Soviets have decided to boycott the games. His account then calculates that Krusty himself personally stands to lose '''$44 million dollars''' on the promotion.

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* SpannerInTheWorks: Krusty Burger's Olympic promotion centres around printing game cards for different events. If America wins a gold medal in the event printed on the game card, participants can redeem the card for a free Krusty Burger. However, the cards are rigged in that they'e only for events that Communists never lose in. Krusty is initially happy with the idea...at least until he learns that the Soviets have decided to boycott the games. His account accountant then calculates that Krusty himself personally stands to lose '''$44 million dollars''' on the promotion.
4th Dec '16 11:04:56 AM JM1982
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* SpannerInTheWorks: Krusty Burger's Olympic promotion centres around printing game cards for different events. If America wins a gold medal in the same event as the event printed on the game card, participants can redeem the card for a free Krusty Burger. However, the cards are rigged in that they'e only for events that Communists never lose in. Krusty is initially happy with the idea...at least until he learns that the Soviets have decided to boycott the games. His account then calculates that Krusty himself personally stands to lose '''$44 million dollars''' on the promotion.

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* SpannerInTheWorks: Krusty Burger's Olympic promotion centres around printing game cards for different events. If America wins a gold medal in the same event as in the event printed on the game card, participants can redeem the card for a free Krusty Burger. However, the cards are rigged in that they'e only for events that Communists never lose in. Krusty is initially happy with the idea...at least until he learns that the Soviets have decided to boycott the games. His account then calculates that Krusty himself personally stands to lose '''$44 million dollars''' on the promotion.
4th Dec '16 11:01:42 AM JM1982
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* ExactWords: Krusty Burger is the "official ''meat-flavored sandwich''" of the Olympics. Note that there's nothing in there about it actually being made of meat.


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* SpannerInTheWorks: Krusty Burger's Olympic promotion centres around printing game cards for different events. If America wins a gold medal in the same event as the event printed on the game card, participants can redeem the card for a free Krusty Burger. However, the cards are rigged in that they'e only for events that Communists never lose in. Krusty is initially happy with the idea...at least until he learns that the Soviets have decided to boycott the games. His account then calculates that Krusty himself personally stands to lose '''$44 million dollars''' on the promotion.
6th Oct '16 5:56:10 PM luiz4200
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* BindleStick: Bart is seen with one while intending to run away from home.
6th Sep '16 3:57:29 PM rwe1138
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* DoesNotLikeSpam: Krust Burger's product is so bad, even ''Krusty himself'' hates it. Doing a commercial for it makes him ''gag'' in disgust, spitting the burger out as soon as the director says "cut".

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* DoesNotLikeSpam: Krust Krusty Burger's product is so bad, even ''Krusty himself'' hates it. Doing a commercial for it makes him ''gag'' in disgust, spitting the burger out as soon as the director says "cut".
13th Aug '16 5:17:35 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace: As it turns out, the Simpsons' house is located in what is apparently known as The Rat's Nest, which includes a house that's part of a crime scene, a nice house near a rendering plant, a houseboat, and a house full of cats.
* MadnessMantra: "Can't sleep, clown will eat me. Can't sleep, clown will eat me. Can't sleep, clown will eat me..."

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* IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace: As it turns out, the Simpsons' house is located in what is apparently known as The "The Rat's Nest, Nest," which includes a house that's part of a crime scene, a nice house near a rendering plant, a houseboat, and a house full of cats.
* MadnessMantra: "Can't sleep, clown will eat me. Can't sleep, clown will eat me. [[RuleOfThree Can't sleep, clown will eat me..."]]"



* PetHeir: While house hunting, Homer and Marge visit a house full of cats. After Homer says, "Once we get the cats out of the way, it won't be so bad," the realtor explains that according to the will of the previous, the cats technically own the house--Homer, Marge and their kids would actually be their tenants. After hearing this, Bart and Lisa both expressed a wish to be living in the "kitty house" (as Lisa called it), and Bart says that he could've trained the cats to be his "unholy army of the night."

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* PetHeir: While house hunting, Homer and Marge visit a house full of cats. After Homer says, "Once we get the cats out of the way, it won't be so bad," the realtor explains that according to the will of the previous, previous owner, the cats technically own the house--Homer, house now--Homer, Marge and their kids would actually be their tenants. After hearing this, Bart and Lisa both expressed a wish to be living in the "kitty house" (as Lisa called it), and Bart says that he could've trained the cats to be his "unholy army of the night."
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