History Recap / TheSimpsonsS6E15HomieTheClown

24th Apr '17 9:21:08 AM Pallo
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* AffablyEvil: Don Vittorio [=DiMaggio=] [[ApologeticAttacker apologizes]] as he is about to shoot Homer (believing him to be Krusty) and decides he won't do it on the condition of having the "Spin-Cycle Fantastic" trick performed for him (which Homer fails); then apologizes again when the real Krusty shows up at the last second, and ultimately lets them both live when they successfully pull off the trick together.

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* AffablyEvil: Don Vittorio [=DiMaggio=] [[ApologeticAttacker apologizes]] as he is about to shoot Homer (believing him to be Krusty) and decides he won't do it on the condition of having the "Spin-Cycle Fantastic" trick performed for him (which Homer fails); fails), then apologizes again when the real Krusty shows up at the last second, second; and ultimately lets them both live when they successfully pull off the trick together.


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** And subverted when Homer suggests that instead of performing that particular trick he could squirt Don Vittorio with his button (it was his major); it's the loop or death.


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---> '''Krusty:''' Ah, burn that seat.
6th Apr '17 2:31:23 PM N8han11
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* Second gunshot* ''(Flanders is knocked down again)''\\

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* Second *Second gunshot* ''(Flanders is knocked down again)''\\
25th Mar '17 7:45:25 AM Peteman
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* IdleRich: Krusty lights a cigarette with a one dollar bill (later also with an original Superman comic[[note]]the very first issue of ''Action Comics''[[/note]] and a pearl necklace), then orders his assistants to "Put five thousand bucks on the Lakers. Hire Kenny G to play for me in the elevator. My house is dirty; buy me a clean one."
25th Mar '17 7:18:44 AM Asue
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--> *Gunshot* (Flanders is knocked down)\\

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--> *Gunshot* (Flanders ''(Flanders is knocked down)\\down)''\\
25th Mar '17 7:18:10 AM Asue
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* Second gunshot* (Flanders is knocked down again)\\

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* Second gunshot* (Flanders ''(Flanders is knocked down again)\\again)''\\



(Flanders notices that he doesn't have any other religious symbols with him)\\

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(Flanders ''(Flanders notices that he doesn't have any other religious symbols with him)\\him)''\\
25th Mar '17 7:17:28 AM Asue
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* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: The reason Krusty founds a clown college is because he risks bankrupting himself with his extravagant spending. Not that opening the college causes him to be more responsible in any way.

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* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: The reason Krusty founds a clown college is because he risks bankrupting himself with his extravagant spending. Not that opening the college causes him to be more responsible in any way. way...



** Dick Cavett mentions he knew Creator/WoodyAllen, though nobody in the audience cares. When he tries to make conversation with Homer and says his "churlish attitude reminds me of the time I met [[Creator/TheMarxBrothers Groucho]]" Homer threatens "you'll be dining with Groucho tonight if you don't shut up!"

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** Dick Cavett mentions he knew Creator/WoodyAllen, though nobody in the audience cares. When he tries to make conversation with Homer and says that his "churlish attitude reminds me of the time I met [[Creator/TheMarxBrothers Groucho]]" Groucho]]", Homer threatens "you'll him with "You'll be dining with Groucho tonight if you don't shut up!"



* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: In this episode we learn Milhouse's father works at the cracker factory (later, in "Bart On the Road," we find out that Kirk oversees production on crackers, and "A Milhouse Divided" states that Kirk is a manager[[note]]he probably was promoted[[/note]] whose incompetence sent the factory into a tie in sixth with with Table-Time and Allied Biscuits).

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* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: In this episode episode, we learn that Milhouse's father works at the cracker factory (later, in "Bart On the Road," we find out that Kirk oversees production on crackers, and "A Milhouse Divided" states that Kirk is a manager[[note]]he probably was promoted[[/note]] whose incompetence sent the factory into a tie in sixth with with Table-Time and Allied Biscuits).



--> '''Bill:''' "At this rate you'll be broke in a month. The only thing left to do is...open a Clown College and train some regional Krustys."

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--> '''Bill:''' "At this rate rate, you'll be broke in a month. The only thing left to do is...open Open a Clown College and train some regional Krustys."
6th Mar '17 12:21:01 PM Scorntex
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** When Homer tries saying he's not Krusty, one of his given aliases is Benedict Arnold. Louie seems to honestly think Homer means he's ''the'' Benedict Arnold.



* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: The scene where the Krusty Burglar is beaten up.

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* EyeScream: Krusty cautions his students to be careful with their balloons, because if one goes off it'll take out the eyes of every kid in the room... then he asks his accountant how much that cost them.
* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: The scene where the Krusty Burglar is beaten up.up, in front of an audience of children.



* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: The reason Krusty founds a clown college is because he risks bankrupting himself with his extravagant spending.

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* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: The reason Krusty founds a clown college is because he risks bankrupting himself with his extravagant spending. Not that opening the college causes him to be more responsible in any way.



* SnakeOilSalesman: Homer runs into one at a car-dealership, who manages to convince Homer the gunshot holes in the car caused by the mobsters trying to kill him are "speed holes".



* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: In this episode we learn Milhouse's father works at the cracker factory (later, in "Bart On the Road," we find out that Kirk oversees production on crackers, and "A Milhouse Divided" implies that Kirk is a manager[[note]]he probably was promoted[[/note]] whose incompetence sent the factory into a tie in sixth with with Table-Time and Allied Biscuits).

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* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: In this episode we learn Milhouse's father works at the cracker factory (later, in "Bart On the Road," we find out that Kirk oversees production on crackers, and "A Milhouse Divided" implies states that Kirk is a manager[[note]]he probably was promoted[[/note]] whose incompetence sent the factory into a tie in sixth with with Table-Time and Allied Biscuits).
25th Jan '17 1:11:23 PM eroock
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* StrippingSnag: Homer rides a tiny bicycle to attempt a stunt done by Krusty. His baggy pants snag on the bike's back wheel which starts to rip away and reveal his bare butt.
9th Sep '16 11:52:58 AM luiz4200
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* BlatantLies: A man at clown college dressed like a Texan claims to be from Brooklyn because he's not the only Texan there and there can be only one Krusty impersonator per state.
3rd Sep '16 9:22:27 PM Premonition45
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*** The part where [[RageAgainstTheReflection Krusty looks at himself in a mirror and smashes it]] parodies the Joker seeing his facelift after surgery in ''Film/{{Batman}}''.
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