History Recap / TheSimpsonsS7E12TeamHomer

7th Mar '17 3:36:59 PM Demetrios
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* HonorBeforeReason: A funny version. [[ItsUpToYou Homer takes it upon himself]] to get all $500 to start the bowling team, [[MundaneSolution instead of each member pitching in $125]].

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* HonorBeforeReason: A funny version.version, with a dash of TheMainCharactersDoEverything. [[ItsUpToYou Homer takes it upon himself]] to get all $500 to start the bowling team, [[MundaneSolution instead of each member pitching in $125]].
28th Feb '17 8:02:26 AM Demetrios
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: No thanks to the school's new uniform policy, Bart instantly goes from hero to zero.
5th Feb '17 8:53:50 AM Demetrios
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* ClothesMakeTheManiac: The drab and monochromatic school uniforms turn the kids at Springfield Elementary into IncrediblyLameFun-having zombies who don't even know what colors are. The uniforms turning multicolored in the rain (they weren't colorfast) [[{{Deprogram}} turns them back to normal]].

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* ClothesMakeTheManiac: The drab and monochromatic school uniforms turn the kids at Springfield Elementary into IncrediblyLameFun-having zombies who even blink in unison and don't even know what colors are. The uniforms turning multicolored in the rain (they weren't colorfast) [[{{Deprogram}} turns them back to normal]].
14th Jan '17 10:09:53 AM Demetrios
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* ClothesMakeTheManiac: The drab and monochromatic school uniforms turn the kids at Springfield Elementary into IncrediblyLameFun-having zombies who don't even know what colors are. The uniforms turning multicolored in the rain (they weren't colorfast) [[{{Deprogram}} turns them back to normal]].
24th Nov '16 2:10:13 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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* {{Jerkass}}: Mr. Burns, angry that he gave Homer $500 for bowling, joins his team as revenge. He provides to be a poor bowler by always getting gutter bowls, but then shows a kind side by giving his entire team new tee shirts and winning the match (because of Otto breaking a nearby machine by accident). Of course, [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk he takes the trophy for himself and sends his hounds to attack his teammates when they try to take it back]].
22nd Oct '16 3:30:06 PM Demetrios
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* HonorBeforeReason: A funny version. [[ItsUpToYou Homer takes it upon himself]] to get all $500 to start the bowling team, [[MundaneSolution instead of each member pitching in $125]].
17th Oct '16 6:26:24 PM nombretomado
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In order to play on League Night at Barney's Bowl-A-Rama, Homer assembles a ragtag group of bowlers (Apu, Moe, and Otto the bus driver) to play, but when he can't pony up the $500 fee, he asks Mr. Burns for the money, who is so high that he thinks Homer is The Pillsbury Doughboy (Poppin' Fresh). Meanwhile, Bart buys the latest issue of ''MADMagazine'' and finds an iron-on T-shirt decal, which he wears to school -- and the ensuing riot leads Springfield Elementary to implement a uniforms-only dress code.

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In order to play on League Night at Barney's Bowl-A-Rama, Homer assembles a ragtag group of bowlers (Apu, Moe, and Otto the bus driver) to play, but when he can't pony up the $500 fee, he asks Mr. Burns for the money, who is so high that he thinks Homer is The Pillsbury Doughboy (Poppin' Fresh). Meanwhile, Bart buys the latest issue of ''MADMagazine'' ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' and finds an iron-on T-shirt decal, which he wears to school -- and the ensuing riot leads Springfield Elementary to implement a uniforms-only dress code.
6th Sep '16 9:23:14 AM Pallo
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* DepartmentOfRedundancy: One of the most memorable examples.

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* DepartmentOfRedundancy: DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: One of the most memorable examples.



* HypocriticalHumor: When Marge is impressed by the fact that Otto converted a 7-10 split, Homer states that the individual doesn't matter because it was a team effort and ''he'' came up with the idea of making a team.

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* HypocriticalHumor: When Marge is impressed by the fact that Otto converted a 7-10 split, Homer states that the individual doesn't matter because it was a team effort and ''he'' '''''[[ItsAllAboutMe he]]''''' came up with the idea of making a team.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Homer wants the credit for the Pin Pals' first victory, when it was Otto who scored the 7-10 split.
6th Sep '16 9:00:51 AM Pallo
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* CallBack: One of the bowling teams Homer's team competes against is called "[[MeaningfulName The Home Wreckers]]" and consists of the three women and one man who tried to break up Homer and Marge's marriage to each other: Shauna Tifton (the belly-dancing stripper known as "Princess Kashmir" from "Homer's Night Out"), Lurleen Lumpkin (the country singer from "Colonel Homer" and later, "Papa Don't Leech," though "Marge vs. the Monorail" showed that Lurleen has become a drugged-out mess following Homer offering Lurleen to another manager), Mindy Simmons (the sexy DistaffCounterpart of Homer on "The Last Temptation of Homer," though "Another Simpsons Clip Show" revealed that Mindy became an alcoholic and got fired from her job at the nuclear plant[[note]]whether this was a rumor or Mindy got clean and sober and has since been reinstated is not known[[/note]]), and Jacques (the French bowler Marge almost slept with on "Life in the Fast Lane." Prior to this episode, he was seen in the hospital waiting room on "Homer's Triple Bypass" and was in the single losers' line at the Monster Mart on "Homer and Apu")

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* CallBack: One of the bowling teams Homer's team competes against is called "[[MeaningfulName The Home Wreckers]]" and consists of the three women and one man who tried to break up Homer and Marge's marriage to each other: Shauna Tifton (the belly-dancing stripper known as "Princess Kashmir" from "Homer's Night Out"), Lurleen Lumpkin (the country singer from "Colonel Homer" and later, "Papa Don't Leech," though "Marge vs. the Monorail" showed that Lurleen has become a drugged-out mess following Homer offering Lurleen to another manager), Mindy Simmons (the sexy DistaffCounterpart of Homer on "The Last Temptation of Homer," though "Another Simpsons Clip Show" revealed that Mindy became an alcoholic and got fired from her job at the nuclear plant[[note]]whether this was a rumor or Mindy got clean and sober and has since been reinstated is not known[[/note]]), and Jacques (the French bowler Marge almost slept with on "Life in the Fast Lane." Prior to this episode, he was seen in the hospital waiting room on "Homer's Triple Bypass" and was in the single losers' line at the Monster Mart on "Homer and Apu")Apu").
* DepartmentOfRedundancy: One of the most memorable examples.
--> '''Homer:''' Yeah, Moe, that team sure did suck last night. They just plain sucked. I've seen teams suck before, but they were the suckiest bunch of sucks that ever sucked.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Homer wants the credit for his team's first victory, when it was Otto who scored the 7-10 split.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Homer wants the credit for his team's the Pin Pals' first victory, when it was Otto who scored the 7-10 split.
29th Aug '16 8:22:01 AM Demetrios
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* CallBack: One of the bowling teams Homer's team competes against is called "The Home Wreckers" and consists of the three women and one man who tried to break up Homer and Marge's marriage to each other: Shauna Tifton (the belly-dancing stripper known as "Princess Kashmir" from "Homer's Night Out"), Lurleen Lumpkin (the country singer from "Colonel Homer" and later, "Papa Don't Leech," though "Marge vs. the Monorail" showed that Lurleen has become a drugged-out mess following Homer offering Lurleen to another manager), Mindy Simmons (the sexy DistaffCounterpart of Homer on "The Last Temptation of Homer," though "Another Simpsons Clip Show" revealed that Mindy became an alcoholic and got fired from her job at the nuclear plant[[note]]whether this was a rumor or Mindy got clean and sober and has since been reinstated is not known[[/note]]), and Jacques (the French bowler Marge almost slept with on "Life in the Fast Lane." Prior to this episode, he was seen in the hospital waiting room on "Homer's Triple Bypass" and was in the single losers' line at the Monster Mart on "Homer and Apu")

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* CallBack: One of the bowling teams Homer's team competes against is called "The "[[MeaningfulName The Home Wreckers" Wreckers]]" and consists of the three women and one man who tried to break up Homer and Marge's marriage to each other: Shauna Tifton (the belly-dancing stripper known as "Princess Kashmir" from "Homer's Night Out"), Lurleen Lumpkin (the country singer from "Colonel Homer" and later, "Papa Don't Leech," though "Marge vs. the Monorail" showed that Lurleen has become a drugged-out mess following Homer offering Lurleen to another manager), Mindy Simmons (the sexy DistaffCounterpart of Homer on "The Last Temptation of Homer," though "Another Simpsons Clip Show" revealed that Mindy became an alcoholic and got fired from her job at the nuclear plant[[note]]whether this was a rumor or Mindy got clean and sober and has since been reinstated is not known[[/note]]), and Jacques (the French bowler Marge almost slept with on "Life in the Fast Lane." Prior to this episode, he was seen in the hospital waiting room on "Homer's Triple Bypass" and was in the single losers' line at the Monster Mart on "Homer and Apu")
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