History Recap / TheSimpsonsS6E19LisasWedding

25th Nov '17 4:17:06 PM XFllo
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* {{Foil}}: Hugh Parkfield is this to Mr. Bergstrom from "Lisa's Substitute". At first glance, they're both everything Lisa wants from a companion: witty, intelligent, cultured, sensitive, putting her at odds with her seemingly oblivious father Homer. But while Mr. Bergstrom helps Lisa understand that Homer does love her, Hugh tries to cut him out of her life, which makes Lisa realize that Hugh doesn't really care about her.
25th Nov '17 4:14:14 PM XFllo
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* {{Bookends}}: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa's Substitute", Lisa wished Homer wasn't in her life; in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa wants Homer in her life.
28th Oct '17 3:22:44 AM Aruu
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Bored by Springfield's lame attempt at a Renaissance Fair, Lisa wanders into a fortuneteller's tent, where she shows Lisa her future as a university student who falls for a proper, British gentleman who attends the same university as she does, but must choose between her family and her lover when he asks her to marry him.

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Bored by The Simpson family attend Springfield's lame pathetic attempt at a Renaissance Fair, and Lisa wanders ends up wandering away from the main event and into a fortuneteller's tent, where she shows Fortune Teller's tent. She then proceeds to show Lisa her future as a university student future, or more precisely, the story of her first true love, who falls for happens to be a proper, British gentleman who called Hugh. Hugh attends the same university as she does, but must choose Lisa, and seems like the perfect match for her despite some initial clashing. Unfortunately one clash that they can't overcome is Lisa's family, leaving her with the difficult decision of choosing between her family and her lover when he asks her to marry him.
Hugh.
30th Jul '17 9:53:59 AM Premonition45
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* BookEnds: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa's Substitute", Lisa wished Homer wasn't in her life; in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa wants Homer in her life.

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* BookEnds: {{Bookends}}: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa's Substitute", Lisa wished Homer wasn't in her life; in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa wants Homer in her life.
19th Jul '17 12:11:23 PM Premonition45
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* BookEnds: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa's Substitute", Lisa wished Homer was gone, in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa refuses to let go of Homer.

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* BookEnds: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa's Substitute", Lisa wished Homer was gone, wasn't in her life; in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa refuses to let go of Homer.wants Homer in her life.



* {{Foil}}: Hugh Parkfield is this to Mr. Bergstrom from "Lisa's Substitute". At first glance, they're both everything Lisa wants from a companion: witty, intelligent, cultured, sensitive, putting her at odds with her seemingly oblivious father Homer. But while Mr. Bergstrom helps Lisa understand that Homer does love her, Hugh tries to cut him out of her life.

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* {{Foil}}: Hugh Parkfield is this to Mr. Bergstrom from "Lisa's Substitute". At first glance, they're both everything Lisa wants from a companion: witty, intelligent, cultured, sensitive, putting her at odds with her seemingly oblivious father Homer. But while Mr. Bergstrom helps Lisa understand that Homer does love her, Hugh tries to cut him out of her life.life, which makes Lisa realize that Hugh doesn't really care about her.
17th Jul '17 11:13:22 PM Premonition45
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* BookEnds: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa Substitute", Lisa wished Homer was gone, in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa refuses to let go of Homer.

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* BookEnds: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa "Lisa's Substitute", Lisa wished Homer was gone, in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa refuses to let go of Homer.
17th Jul '17 11:13:02 PM Premonition45
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* BookEnds: Many people regard this story as one with "Lisa's Substitute", as episodes examining Lisa's relationship with Homer. In "Lisa Substitute", Lisa wished Homer was gone, in "Lisa's Wedding", Lisa refuses to let go of Homer.


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* {{Foil}}: Hugh Parkfield is this to Mr. Bergstrom from "Lisa's Substitute". At first glance, they're both everything Lisa wants from a companion: witty, intelligent, cultured, sensitive, putting her at odds with her seemingly oblivious father Homer. But while Mr. Bergstrom helps Lisa understand that Homer does love her, Hugh tries to cut him out of her life.
9th Jul '17 10:33:19 AM nombretomado
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* WorldWarThree: Moe scolds Hugh because he's British and claims: "We saved your ass in WorldWarTwo". Hugh responds: "And we saved ''your'' arse in WorldWarThree." Moe admits: "True."

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* WorldWarThree: Moe scolds Hugh because he's British and claims: "We saved your ass in WorldWarTwo".UsefulNotes/WorldWarII". Hugh responds: "And we saved ''your'' arse in WorldWarThree." Moe admits: "True."
18th Apr '17 7:12:07 AM XFllo
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* FortuneTeller: The one who tells Lisa about her first love Hugh. She has a tent set a little bit far from the Renaissance Fair. She is quite young and good-looking and uses tarots and a crystal bowl. She however says she likes predicting embarrassing future.
-->'''Lisa:''' You said you'd tell me about my true love.\\
'''Fortune Teller:''' Oh, you'll have a true love. But I specialize in foretelling the relationships where you get jerked around.
18th Apr '17 6:58:11 AM XFllo
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* MeetCute: Lisa and Hugh bump their heads together at a drinking fountain, he then grabs the last soy pop at the vending machine which Lisa also craved, he steals her an elevator and doesn't share it with her so she has to climb the stairs, and then even snatches the last copy of a book Lisa needs to read. Last part includes reading the book at the same time with a sort of reading race.

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* MeetCute: Lisa and Hugh bump their heads together at a drinking fountain, he then grabs the last soy pop at the vending machine which Lisa also craved, he steals her an elevator and doesn't share it with her so she has to climb the stairs, and then even snatches the last copy of a book Lisa needs to read. Last part includes them reading the book at the same time together with a sort of reading race.race. Then Hugh is impressed and turned on by Lisa's knowing the definition of "stochastic", and they start making out in the library.
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