History Recap / TheSimpsonsS4E1KampKrusty

24th Sep '17 6:03:28 AM ClintEastwood
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** Krusty yells, "Where were you when I sang at Farm Aid?" This alludes to Jackie Mason shouting at a detractor, "Where were you when I marched in the Civil Rights Movement?"
24th Sep '17 5:21:57 AM ClintEastwood
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* BaitAndSwitch: At one point, we see Homer giving Marge a massage on a hill. When she says they'll miss the fireworks, Homer says they have all the fireworks they need right here (implying that they're going to have sex). He then pulls back a blanket to reveal a picnic basket stuffed with fireworks (which are probably Bart's).

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At one point, we see Homer giving Marge a massage on a hill. When she says they'll miss the fireworks, Homer says they have all the fireworks they need right here (implying that they're going to have sex). He then pulls back a blanket to reveal a picnic basket stuffed with fireworks (which are probably Bart's).



* ContinuityNod: Krusty's pacemaker, first mentioned in the season one episode, "Krusty Gets Busted", gets referenced again when Lisa notices the scar on Krusty's chest (among other things), confirming that he's not another impostor like they suspected.

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* ContinuityNod: Krusty's pacemaker, first mentioned in the season one episode, "Krusty "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E12KrustyGetsBusted Krusty Gets Busted", Busted]]", gets referenced again when Lisa notices the scar on Krusty's chest (among other things), confirming that he's not another impostor like they suspected.



* DreamIntro: The episode opens with Bart in class on the day before summer vacation where Skinner makes an announcement over the speakers to tell them to take out their hardware tools to destroy the school, leading to a montage of the kids destroying the school as "School's Out For Summer" by Music/AliceCooper plays in the background. The dream ends with Bart destroying the school with a wrecking ball and then being woken up and having to attend the last day of school for real.



* NoodleIncident: Mr. Black was president of Euro-Krustyland until it blew up. We don't find out how that happened or if he was involved.

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Mr. Black was president of Euro-Krustyland until it blew up. We don't find out how that happened or if he was involved.



* OffModel: Ralph Wiggum looks skinny and misshapen during the scene of Lisa handing out care packages and mail to the campers. This can be justified in two ways: (a) Ralph was in the fat camp and his skinny, misshapen look is from lost weight, or (b) the animators (either overseas or domestic) screwed up and didn't have time to change it.

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Ralph Wiggum looks skinny and misshapen during the scene of Lisa handing out care packages and mail to the campers. This can be justified in two ways: (a) Ralph was in the fat camp and his skinny, misshapen look is from lost weight, or (b) the animators (either overseas or domestic) screwed up and didn't have time to change it.
17th Sep '17 8:42:55 AM fruitstripegum
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* NoSympathy: When Milhouse collapsed during the nature hike, Kearney jabbed a stick in him to get up. When Milhouse tried to tell him that a snake bit him, Kearney just tells him to get back in line.


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* NoSympathy: When Milhouse collapsed during the nature hike, Kearney jabbed a stick in him to get up. When Milhouse tried to tell him that a snake bit him, Kearney just tells him to get back in line.
14th Sep '17 8:35:03 AM Hedging
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6th Sep '17 11:24:45 AM Hedging
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* MeaningfulName: Mr. Black has black hair, a black suit and a black heart.
29th Aug '17 1:40:35 PM yakko
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29th Aug '17 8:24:42 AM Hedging
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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black (voiced by Creator/HarryShearer), who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids and the clown has no actual association with the camp. But this is not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a fun and big budgeted summer camp, titular Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead a twisted shadow of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, the infermaries are more interested in smoking than tending to injured campers, they're feed nothing but gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, their presents from home are taken, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking they are forced sing a song praising the camp]]. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer miserably. However, despite all the aforementioned horrors the kids are put through, Mr Black manages to keep them largely complacent on the false pretense that his management of the camp is only temporary and that Krusty will be coming in a few weeks. However, it soon becomes apparent to everyone except Bart that this is not the case, and it's officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick, and it looks as thought all is lost for the unhappy campers.

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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black (voiced by Creator/HarryShearer), who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids and the clown has no actual association with the camp. But this is not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a fun and big budgeted summer camp, titular Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead a twisted shadow of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, the infermaries infermarie staff members are more interested in smoking than tending to injured campers, they're feed nothing but gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, their presents from home are taken, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking they are forced sing a song praising the camp]]. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer miserably. However, despite all the aforementioned horrors the kids are put through, Mr Black manages to keep them largely complacent on the false pretense that his management of the camp is only temporary and that Krusty will be coming in a few weeks. However, it soon becomes apparent to everyone except Bart that this is not the case, and it's officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick, and it looks as thought all is lost for the unhappy campers.
29th Aug '17 8:23:52 AM Hedging
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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black (voiced by Creator/HarryShearer), who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids and the clown has no actual association with the camp. But this is not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a fun and big budgeted summer camp, titular Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead a twisted shadow of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, they're feed nothing but gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, their presents from home are taken, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking they are forced sing a song praising the camp]]. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer miserably. However, despite all the aforementioned horrors the kids are put through, Mr Black manages to keep them largely complacent on the false pretense that his management of the camp is only temporary and that Krusty will be coming in a few weeks. However, it soon becomes apparent to everyone except Bart that this is not the case, and it's officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick, and it looks as thought all is lost for the unhappy campers.

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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black (voiced by Creator/HarryShearer), who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids and the clown has no actual association with the camp. But this is not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a fun and big budgeted summer camp, titular Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead a twisted shadow of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, the infermaries are more interested in smoking than tending to injured campers, they're feed nothing but gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, their presents from home are taken, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking they are forced sing a song praising the camp]]. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer miserably. However, despite all the aforementioned horrors the kids are put through, Mr Black manages to keep them largely complacent on the false pretense that his management of the camp is only temporary and that Krusty will be coming in a few weeks. However, it soon becomes apparent to everyone except Bart that this is not the case, and it's officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick, and it looks as thought all is lost for the unhappy campers.
29th Aug '17 8:16:29 AM Hedging
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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black (voiced by Creator/HarryShearer), who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids and the clown has no actual association with the camp. But this is not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a fun and big budgeted summer camp, titular Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead a twisted shadow of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, they're feed nothing but gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer miserably. However, despite all the aforementioned horrors the kids are put through, Mr Black manages to keep them largely complacent on the false pretense that his management of the camp is only temporary and that Krusty will be coming in a few weeks. However, it soon becomes apparent to everyone except Bart that this is not the case, and it's officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick, and it looks as though the kids are going to continue suffering until their time at camp as ended.

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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black (voiced by Creator/HarryShearer), who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids and the clown has no actual association with the camp. But this is not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a fun and big budgeted summer camp, titular Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead a twisted shadow of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, they're feed nothing but gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken.taken, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking they are forced sing a song praising the camp]]. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer miserably. However, despite all the aforementioned horrors the kids are put through, Mr Black manages to keep them largely complacent on the false pretense that his management of the camp is only temporary and that Krusty will be coming in a few weeks. However, it soon becomes apparent to everyone except Bart that this is not the case, and it's officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick, and it looks as though thought all is lost for the kids are going to continue suffering until their time at camp as ended.
unhappy campers.
26th Aug '17 3:44:26 PM Hedging
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