History Recap / TheSimpsonsS7E12TeamHomer

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")
26th Aug '16 2:24:07 AM Pallo
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Homer wants to take credit for his team's first victory, when it was Otto who scored the 7-10 split.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Homer wants to take the credit for his team's first victory, when it was Otto who scored the 7-10 split.
26th Aug '16 2:23:35 AM Pallo
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Homer wants to take credit for his team's first victory, when it was Otto who scored the 7-10 split.
10th Apr '16 12:56:46 AM Pallo
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* MadeOfIncendium: When the kids knock over Mrs. Krabappel's desk, it spontaneously combusts.

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* MadeOfIncendium: When the kids knock over Mrs. Krabappel's desk, it spontaneously combusts.catches fire.



** It also counts as a NiceJobBreakingItHero, though from Mr. Burns' point of view it's actually a NiceJobFixingItVillain.

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** It also counts as a NiceJobBreakingItHero, NiceJobBreakingItHero; though from Mr. Burns' point of view it's actually a NiceJobFixingItVillain.
6th Apr '16 5:12:03 PM Pallo
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Moe tries to disable Mr. Burns (so he won't bowl that night and ruin the team's chances) by hitting him on his bad knee with a crowbar, but it actually pops it back into place. From Mr. Burns' point of view, it's a NiceJobFixingItVillain.


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** It also counts as a NiceJobBreakingItHero, though from Mr. Burns' point of view it's actually a NiceJobFixingItVillain.
6th Apr '16 5:09:26 PM Pallo
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Moe tries to disable Mr. Burns (so he won't bowl that night and ruin the team's chances) by hitting him on his bad knee with a crowbar, but it actually pops it back into place. From Mr. Burns' point of view, it's a NiceJobFixingItVillain.
6th Apr '16 4:37:35 PM Pallo
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* InMemoriam: This episode was dedicated to Doris Grau, the voice of Lunchlady Doris, who died a week before its original airing. This was Lunchlady Doris' last appearance until season 9's "Lisa's Sax", before being brought back on a regular basis in season 18, now voiced by Tress [=MacNeille=].



* MadeOfIncendium: When the kids knock Mrs. Krabappel's desk over, it spontaneously combusts.

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* MadeOfIncendium: When the kids knock over Mrs. Krabappel's desk over, desk, it spontaneously combusts.
6th Apr '16 4:35:12 PM Pallo
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* MadeOfIncendium: When the kids knock Mrs. Krabappel's desk over, it spontaneously combusts.
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