History Recap / TheSimpsonsS6E2LisasRival

19th Jul '17 6:09:14 PM fatescanner
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** Homer's "In America" speech while guarding his sugar pile is a direct reference to one of Tony Montana's lines in ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}'', and his line "Oh what a world!" when the sugar melts is the same line used by Wicked Witch of the West in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' when she melts.

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** Homer's "In America" speech while guarding his sugar pile is a direct reference to one of Tony Montana's lines in ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}'', and his line "Oh "Oh, what a world!" when the sugar melts is the same line used by Wicked Witch of the West in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' when she melts.



--->'''Beekeeper 2''': ...yes.

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--->'''Beekeeper 2''': ...yes.Yes.



* 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 "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 "You know what? I have a ball. Maybe Perhaps you'd like to bounce it?".



-->'''Mr. Largo:''' Well, that was a close one, Lisa. But you made it.

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-->'''Mr. Largo:''' Well, that was a close one, Lisa. But Lisa, but you made it. it!



-->'''Mr. Largo:''' No, you regained consciousness. Allison won first chair.
-->''(Lisa screams... wakes up... and it happens again.)''
-->'''Mr. Largo:''' And believe me, this is not a dream!
-->''(She screams again.)''

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-->'''Mr. Largo:''' No, you regained consciousness. Allison won got first chair.
-->''(Lisa screams... and then groggily wakes up... and up to the same scene)''
-->'''Lisa:''' Ga...huh? Oh,
it happens again.)''
was all a dream!
-->'''Mr. Largo:''' Well, that was a close one, Lisa, but you made it!
-->'''Lisa:''' I won first chair?
-->'''Mr. Largo:''' No, you regained consciousness. Allison got first chair.
And believe me, this is not a dream!
-->''(She -->''(Lisa screams again.)''
19th Jul '17 5:53:00 PM fatescanner
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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 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"''.Runner-Up"''. The concert is sponsored by (#2 car rental company) Avis. They get booed off the stage, and she wakes up lampshading the FridgeLogic of why people would show up to their concert just to boo them.
11th Jul '17 11:37:54 AM Premonition45
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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]].

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* OutOfCharacterMoment: Despite being [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure [[WomenAreWiser the responsible and practical one]], Marge seems oddly okay with Homer [[OneHourWorkWeek taking an unofficial four-day weekend]].
25th May '17 3:55:50 PM PeruAlonso
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* WhamLine: Mr. Largo telling Lisa what happened was no dream.
24th Mar '17 3:29:23 PM Asue
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** In Marge's pirate fantasy, she asks the pirate embracing her if the earring in his right ear means he's a pirate, and he answers with a "Kinda" that's comes off in a "Sure, why not" tone. Wearing an earring on the right side is (or once was) a sign that a man was gay, and one of many euphemisms/slurs for a gay man is "butt pirate."

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** In Marge's pirate fantasy, she asks the pirate embracing her if the earring in his right ear means he's a pirate, and he answers with a "Kinda" that's that comes off in a "Sure, why not" tone. Wearing an earring on the right side is (or once was) a sign that a man was gay, and one of many euphemisms/slurs for a gay man is "butt pirate."
24th Mar '17 3:28:05 PM Asue
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* BeatStillMyHeart[=/=]TerribleTicking: Lisa taking rival Allison's diorama of "The Tell-Tale Heart" and replacing it with an animal heart. Then, in a direct {{Homage}} to the poem, she imagines herself hearing the heart in the gym floorboards.

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* BeatStillMyHeart[=/=]TerribleTicking: BeatStillMyHeart [=/=] TerribleTicking: Lisa taking rival Allison's diorama of "The Tell-Tale Heart" and replacing it with an animal heart. Then, in a direct {{Homage}} to the poem, she imagines herself hearing the heart in the gym floorboards.



** 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!"

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** When Marge's romance novel daydream is interrupted by Lisa's saxophone, Marge says, "Lisa, stop blowing my [[FreudianSlip sex- I mean, stop blowing your sax! sax]]! Your sax, stop it!" it!".
30th Jan '17 8:39:37 PM Pallo
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* ProperlyParanoid: Marge thinks Homer's worrying over nothing as he tries to guard his stolen sugar with a shotgun. And then Homer pulls out a neatly dressed, tea-drinking gentleman who calmly states he stole from Homer's pile and would do so again given the chance.

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* ProperlyParanoid: Marge thinks Homer's worrying over nothing as he tries to guard his stolen sugar with a shotgun.baseball bat. And then Homer pulls out a neatly dressed, tea-drinking gentleman who calmly states he stole from Homer's pile and would do so again given the chance.
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.
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