History Recap / TheSimpsonsS4E17LastExitToSpringfield

19th Feb '17 8:46:32 AM DaibhidC
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* FantastyTwist: The moment in Mr Burns's fantasy of how easy it would be for himself and Smithers to run the plant alone when they get attacked by their robot workers.

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* FantastyTwist: FantasyTwist: The moment in Mr Burns's fantasy of how easy it would be for himself and Smithers to run the plant alone when they get attacked by their robot workers.
19th Feb '17 8:46:06 AM DaibhidC
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* FantasticRacism: ''"The Japanese?! Those sandal-wearing goldfish tenders?!"''

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* FantasticRacism: ''"The Japanese?! Those sandal-wearing goldfish tenders?!"''FantastyTwist: The moment in Mr Burns's fantasy of how easy it would be for himself and Smithers to run the plant alone when they get attacked by their robot workers.
5th Feb '17 3:11:06 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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** When Mr. Burns asks Smithers to get him some strikebreakers "the kind they had in the '30s," [[LiteralMinded he brings actual strikebreakers from the '30s]].

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** When Mr. Burns asks Smithers to get him some strikebreakers strikebreakers, "the kind they had in the '30s," [[LiteralMinded he brings actual strikebreakers from the '30s]].



* DepravedDentist: Doctor Wolfe isn't depraved, but he is unflinchingly strict, and torments Ralph with "The Big Book of British Smiles", which reduces poor Ralph to tears. He also [[LivingLieDetector knows when someone's lying]].

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* DepravedDentist: Doctor Wolfe isn't depraved, but he is unflinchingly strict, and torments Ralph with "The Big Book of British Smiles", Smiles," which reduces poor Ralph to tears. He also [[LivingLieDetector knows when someone's lying]].



** While watching the film at the beginning, Homer tells Bart no-one could be as evil as the villain from it. Cut to Mister Burns watching a window washer dangling from a wire and laughing.

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** While watching the film at the beginning, Homer tells Bart no-one no one could be as evil as the villain from it. Cut to Mister Burns watching a window washer dangling from a wire and laughing.
5th Feb '17 3:09:42 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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** When Mr. Burns asks Smithers to get him some strikebreakers "the kind they had in the 30's," [[LiteralMinded he brings actual strikebreakers from the 30's]].

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** When Mr. Burns asks Smithers to get him some strikebreakers "the kind they had in the 30's," '30s," [[LiteralMinded he brings actual strikebreakers from the 30's]].'30s]].
5th Feb '17 3:08:47 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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* BritishTeeth: The dentist scares Ralph Wiggum into healthy dental habits by showing him a book called "The Big Book of British Smiles".

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* BritishTeeth: The dentist scares Ralph Wiggum into healthy dental habits by showing him a book called "The Big Book of British Smiles". Smiles."



* CardCarryingVillain: The bad guy in the [=McBain=] movie ("To human misery!"). Homer reassures Bart there's [[TemptingFate no-one that evil in real life]].
* ComicallyCrossEyed: Principal Skinner tells a pupil to "put his eyes straight". When he answers: "But I can't", he realizes his mistake and says: "Oops, sorry Quigley!"

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* CardCarryingVillain: The bad guy in the [=McBain=] movie ("To human misery!"). Homer reassures Bart there's [[TemptingFate no-one no one that evil in real life]].
* ComicallyCrossEyed: Principal Skinner tells a pupil to "put his eyes straight". straight." When he answers: answers, "But I can't", can't," he realizes his mistake and says: says, "Oops, sorry Quigley!"



** When Mr. Burns asks Smithers to get him some strikebreakers "the kind they had in the 30's", [[LiteralMinded he brings actual strikebreakers from the 30's]].

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** When Mr. Burns asks Smithers to get him some strikebreakers "the kind they had in the 30's", 30's," [[LiteralMinded he brings actual strikebreakers from the 30's]].
5th Jan '17 2:56:26 AM Jikashi
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* PottyEmergency: Homer drinks too much tea during his meeting with Mr. Burns.

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* PottyEmergency: Homer drinks too much tea "beer and coffee and watermelon" during his meeting with Mr. Burns.
13th Dec '16 8:35:09 PM kquinn0830
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Mr. Burns isn't exactly wrong that some of the provisions in the union contract are ridiculous ("a green cookie on St. Patrick's Day"?).
16th Nov '16 5:14:12 AM outlander2012
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** [[RiddleForTheAges How the hell did Mcbain get inside that ice sculpture]]?


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* IgnoredExpert: The boy in the atom mill who warned about the rise of the workers' union
-->'''Burns''': If only we had listened to that boy, [[DisproportionateRetribution instead of walling him up in the abandoned coke oven]].


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** Also Mcbain's PreAssKickingOneLiner in the beginning sequence:
-->'''McBain''': ''[having burst out of an ice sculpture at a supervillain's party] Ice to see you!
16th Nov '16 5:09:32 AM outlander2012
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* FantasticRacism: ''"The Japanese?! Those sandal-wearing goldfish tenders?!"''
28th Sep '16 9:35:14 AM luiz4200
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* DisproportionateRetribution: The workers who voted for the strike beat up the guy they believe to be the one who voted against it.



* KarmaHoudini: The small guy who never plays along with his coworkers and blames the muscular guy sitting next to him, who gets beat up by just about everyone else in the room, while the actual dissenter chuckles to himself.

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* KarmaHoudini: The small guy who never plays along with his coworkers and blames the muscular guy sitting next to him, who gets beat up by just about everyone else in the room, while the actual dissenter chuckles to himself. The coworkers are another example because they never receive any sort of punishment for beating up the muscular guy.
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