History Recap / TheSimpsonsS5E7BartsInnerChild

9th Aug '17 10:58:52 AM Psi001
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** The trampoline investment goes horribly wrong as Marge predicted, prompting this trope. After getting the cold shoulder for quite a while, Homer snaps back, admitting she may be ''this time'' but she's hardly the healthy alternative.

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** The trampoline investment goes horribly wrong as Marge predicted, prompting this trope. After getting the cold shoulder for quite a while, Homer snaps back, admitting she may be right ''this time'' but she's hardly the healthy alternative.
9th Aug '17 10:58:13 AM Psi001
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* BlatantLies: After Marge admits that she never realized people saw her that way, Lisa timidly asks if Marge is mad--Marge claims that she's not and that she's perfectly fine, but you can't tell that she's obviously very angry and offended to learn that people see her that way.

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* BlatantLies: After Marge admits that she never realized people saw her that way, as a nag, Lisa timidly asks if Marge is mad--Marge claims that she's not and that she's perfectly fine, but you can't tell that she's obviously very angry and offended to learn that people see her that way.



* IWarnedYou: Lisa was the only one not impressed by Goodman's theories. When things start to go wrong for Bart, she looks ''very'' smug.

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* IWarnedYou: IWarnedYou:
** The trampoline investment goes horribly wrong as Marge predicted, prompting this trope. After getting the cold shoulder for quite a while, Homer snaps back, admitting she may be ''this time'' but she's hardly the healthy alternative.
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Lisa was the only one not impressed by Goodman's theories. When things start to go wrong for Bart, she looks ''very'' smug.
26th May '17 11:17:06 PM YuriFan17
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** The quick gag with the Brad Goodman bronze statue surrounded by belly dancers when Reverend Lovejoy calls him a "false god" resembles ''Film/TheTenCommandments''.

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** The quick gag with the Brad Goodman bronze statue surrounded by belly dancers female worshippers when Reverend Lovejoy calls him a "false god" resembles ''Film/TheTenCommandments''.
25th Mar '17 8:36:32 PM marcoasalazarm
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** The quick gag with the Brad Goodman bronze statue surrounded by belly dancers when Reverend Lovejoy calls him a "false god" resembles ''Film/TheTenCommandments''.
25th Mar '17 8:32:35 PM marcoasalazarm
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* GoneHorriblyRight: Goodman's teaching was, in a nutshell, being more like Bart in the sense of "don't worry too much about life". Not only does all of Springfield takes it UpToEleven (more like "don't give a shit about anything, even the stuff that ''can endanger people'' if you don't give a shit"), but start to imitate Bart's mannerisms (which gives him a short identity crisis) and decides to blame Goodman (to the point he appears to be worshipped like a false God in a quick gag) and Bart when everything goes pear-shaped because of said irresponsibility.
7th Jan '17 6:24:42 PM schoi30
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* BlatantLies: After Marge admits that she never realized people saw her that way, Lisa timidly asks if Marge is mad--Marge claims that she's not and that she's perfectly fine, but you can't tell that she's obviously very angry and offended to learn that people see her that way.



** FullyAutomaticClipShow: When Marge asks Bart and Lisa whether they agree with what Homer said about her, they're a little hesitant, but ultimately agree with their father's assessment--the show even cuts to clips from previous episodes (such as "Homer the Heretic," "Dog of Death," and "Colonel Homer") which prove that all Marge really does is ruin everyone's fun by nagging at them.
** BlatantLies: After Marge admits that she never realized people saw her that way, Lisa timidly asks if Marge is mad--Marge claims that she's not and that she's perfectly fine, but you can't tell that she's obviously very angry and offended to learn that people see her that way.



* FullyAutomaticClipShow: When Marge asks Bart and Lisa whether they agree with what Homer said about her, they're a little hesitant, but ultimately agree with their father's assessment--the show even cuts to clips from previous episodes (such as "Homer the Heretic," "Dog of Death," and "Colonel Homer") which prove that all Marge really does is ruin everyone's fun by nagging at them.



* ShoutOut: Homer dropping the trampoline from a canyon is a homage to WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner.

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* ShoutOut: OnlySaneMan:
** Lisa, as usual.
** Bart becomes one after he grows bored of others emulating him.
* ShoutOut:
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Homer dropping the trampoline from a canyon is a homage to WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner.



** [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Woman]]: Lisa--her brother becomes an OnlySaneMan after he grows bored of others emulating him.
26th Dec '16 3:52:37 PM fruitstripegum
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* TheBore: Marge is called out on this--Homer admits that Marge was right in that getting the trampoline was ultimately a mistake, he also points out that he's at least willing to go out try new things and claims to his wife, "If ''you'' were in charge of everything, all people would ever do is work and go to church." And after Homer asks her to name one thing she did in the past month that was even remotely fun, all Marge can think of is a time she made sloppy joes (after claiming that she can name ten things), which Homer scoffs isn't fun.

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* TheBore: Marge is called out on this--Homer this--while Homer admits that Marge was right in that getting the trampoline was ultimately a mistake, he also points out that he's at least willing to go out try new things and claims to his wife, "If ''you'' were in charge of everything, all people would ever do is work and go to church." And after Homer asks her to name one thing she did in the past month that was even remotely fun, all Marge can think of is a time she made sloppy joes (after claiming that she can name ten things), which Homer scoffs isn't fun.
30th Nov '16 4:53:04 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* TheBore: Marge is called out on this--Homer admits that Marge '''was''' right in that getting the trampoline was ultimately a mistake, he also points out that he's at least willing to go out try new things and claims to his wife, "If ''you'' were in charge of everything, all people would ever do is work and go to church." And after Homer asks her to name one thing she did in the past month that was even remotely fun, all Marge can think of is a time she made sloppy joes (after claiming that she can name ten things), which Homer scoffs isn't fun.

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* TheBore: Marge is called out on this--Homer admits that Marge '''was''' was right in that getting the trampoline was ultimately a mistake, he also points out that he's at least willing to go out try new things and claims to his wife, "If ''you'' were in charge of everything, all people would ever do is work and go to church." And after Homer asks her to name one thing she did in the past month that was even remotely fun, all Marge can think of is a time she made sloppy joes (after claiming that she can name ten things), which Homer scoffs isn't fun.
17th Sep '16 11:37:25 PM rwe1138
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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Apu is the one who spearheads the town into turning on Bart when things go berserk.



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Apu is the one who spearheads the town into turning on Bart when things go berserk.
27th Aug '16 6:50:20 AM TMNTFanGirl
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** FullyAutomaticClipShow: When Marge asks Bart and Lisa whether they agree with Homer's assessment about her, they're a little hesitant, but ultimately agree with their father's assessment--the show even cuts to clips from previous episodes (such as "Homer the Heretic," "Dog of Death," and "Colonel Homer") which prove that all Marge really does is ruin everyone's fun by nagging at them.

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** FullyAutomaticClipShow: When Marge asks Bart and Lisa whether they agree with Homer's assessment what Homer said about her, they're a little hesitant, but ultimately agree with their father's assessment--the show even cuts to clips from previous episodes (such as "Homer the Heretic," "Dog of Death," and "Colonel Homer") which prove that all Marge really does is ruin everyone's fun by nagging at them.
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