History Recap / TheSimpsonsS6E2LisasRival

12th Dec '16 10:44:27 PM Wingnut
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** [[Film/{{Deliverance}} Dueling Saxophones]].
21st Oct '16 1:13:46 PM Demetrios
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* OutOfCharacterMoment: Despite being [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure the responsible and practical one]], Marge seems oddly okay with Homer [[OneHourWorkWeek taking an unofficial four-day weekend]].
20th Oct '16 2:00:12 PM rafi
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%%* AlwaysSomeoneBetter

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%%* AlwaysSomeoneBetter
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Allison to Lisa. She is smarter, younger, more productive and a better saxophone player than her.
20th Oct '16 10:45:52 AM Premonition45
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This was the first Simpsons episode by Mike Scully, who eventually became showrunner of seasons 9-12. This also was the 100th episode produced, though the writers always intended "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song" to be the MilestoneCelebration.

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This was the first Simpsons episode by Mike Scully, who eventually became showrunner of seasons 9-12. 9-12.

This also was the 100th episode produced, though the writers always intended "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song" to be the MilestoneCelebration.
20th Oct '16 10:45:41 AM Premonition45
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This was the first Simpsons episode by Mike Scully, who eventually became showrunner of seasons 9-12.

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This was the first Simpsons episode by Mike Scully, who eventually became showrunner of seasons 9-12. This also was the 100th episode produced, though the writers always intended "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song" to be the MilestoneCelebration.
19th Oct '16 7:56:36 PM RAVasquez1967
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* GoLookAtTheDistraction: "Hey, it's Bart! And he's doin' stuff!"
11th Oct '16 4:59:39 PM Premonition45
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This was the first Simpsons episode by Mike Scully, who eventually became showrunner of seasons 9-12.
23rd Aug '16 1:17:58 PM EhWhatCanYouDo
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** When Marge's romance novel daydream is interrupted by Lisa's saxophone, Marge says, "Lisa, stop blowing my sex- I mean, stop blowing your sax! Your sax, stop it!" "Sex" (in old literature and the more [[PurpleProse flowerily-written]] romance novels) has been used as a euphemism for genitalia (both male and female).

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** When Marge's romance novel daydream is interrupted by Lisa's saxophone, Marge says, "Lisa, stop blowing my sex- I mean, stop blowing your sax! Your sax, stop it!" "Sex" (in old literature and the more [[PurpleProse flowerily-written]] romance novels) has been used as a euphemism for genitalia (both male and female).



** Lisa sarcastically says that Marge could have had Lisa moved up a grade by "being nicer" to Principal Skinner "if you know what I mean". Yes, she was suggesting Marge could have tried having an affair with Skinner.

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** Lisa sarcastically says that Marge could have had Lisa moved up a grade by "being nicer" to Principal Skinner "if you know what I mean". Yes, she was suggesting Marge could have tried having an affair being flirty (at minimum) with Skinner.



* NoodleIncident: What did Bart do to get Milhouse in trouble with the FBI? All we (as viewers) have to go on is Bart once sent in Milhouse's picture to ''Series/AmericasMostWanted''. And, according to Milhouse's "Oh, no, not again!", this isn't the first time that this has happened, or that the FBI have been chasing him for a while now.

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* NoodleIncident: What did Bart do to get Milhouse in trouble with the FBI? All we (as viewers) have to go on is Bart once sent in Milhouse's picture to ''Series/AmericasMostWanted''. And, according to Milhouse's "Oh, no, not again!", this isn't the first time that this has happened, or that the FBI have been chasing him for a while now.
15th Apr '16 2:48:11 PM maxwellsilver
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-->'''[[LargeHam Beekeeper 2:]]''' Yes, a little ''too'' quiet...if you know what I mean.

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-->'''[[LargeHam Beekeeper 2:]]''' -->'''Beekeeper 2:''' Yes, a little ''too'' quiet...if you know what I mean.



* LesserStar: Parodied. Lisa takes solace in that there's nothing wrong being the second-best at anything. She then imagines a future in which she, Art Garfunkel, Jim Messina, and John Oates play their #2 song ''"Born To Be Runners Up"''. The concert is sponsored by (#2 car rental company) Avis. They get booed off the stage, and she wakes up [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] the FridgeLogic of why people would show up to their concert just to boo them.

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* LesserStar: Parodied. Lisa takes solace in that there's nothing wrong being the second-best at anything. She then imagines a future in which she, Art Garfunkel, Jim Messina, and John Oates play their #2 song ''"Born To Be Runners Up"''. The concert is sponsored by (#2 car rental company) Avis. They get booed off the stage, and she wakes up [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] lampshading the FridgeLogic of why people would show up to their concert just to boo them.



** Milhouse's sub-story is a reference to ''[[Film/TheFugitive The Fugitive]]''.

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** Milhouse's sub-story is a reference to ''[[Film/TheFugitive The Fugitive]]''.''Film/TheFugitive''.



* SignificantAnagram: One game Allison and her father play is making anagrams out of people's names, e.g. Alec Guinness = Genuine Class. When they ask Lisa to make an anagram out of Creator/JeremyIrons, Lisa is stumped, answering "Jeremy's... Iron?"[[note]]though the best anagrams you can get out of Jeremy Irons, besides "Jeremy's Iron" are names like "Simone Jerry," "Jerry S. Mione," Jerry E. Simon," etc[[/note]]. In response to this, Allison's father gives her a ball, saying [[StealthInsult "You know what? I have a ball. Maybe you'd like to bounce it?"]].

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* SignificantAnagram: One game Allison and her father play is making anagrams out of people's names, e.g. Alec Guinness = Genuine Class. When they ask Lisa to make an anagram out of Creator/JeremyIrons, Lisa is stumped, answering "Jeremy's... Iron?"[[note]]though the best anagrams you can get out of Jeremy Irons, besides "Jeremy's Iron" are names like "Simone Jerry," "Jerry S. Mione," Jerry E. Simon," etc[[/note]]. In response to this, Allison's father gives her a ball, saying [[StealthInsult "You know what? I have a ball. Maybe you'd like to bounce it?"]].it?".



-->''(Lisa screams... [[DreamWithinADream wakes up]]... [[BrokenRecord and it happens again.]])''
-->'''Mr. Largo:''' And believe me, [[RealityEnsues this is not a dream!]]

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-->''(Lisa screams... [[DreamWithinADream wakes up]]... [[BrokenRecord up... and it happens again.]])''
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-->'''Mr. Largo:''' And believe me, [[RealityEnsues this is not a dream!]] dream!
15th Apr '16 2:45:40 PM maxwellsilver
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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter

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* %%* AlwaysSomeoneBetter



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: When Marge's romance novel daydream is interrupted by Lisa's saxophone, Marge says, "Lisa, stop blowing my sex- I mean, stop blowing your sax! Your sax, stop it!" "Sex" (in old literature and the more [[PurpleProse flowerily-written]] romance novels) has been used as a euphemism for genitalia (both male and female).

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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When Marge's romance novel daydream is interrupted by Lisa's saxophone, Marge says, "Lisa, stop blowing my sex- I mean, stop blowing your sax! Your sax, stop it!" "Sex" (in old literature and the more [[PurpleProse flowerily-written]] romance novels) has been used as a euphemism for genitalia (both male and female).
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