History Recap / TheSimpsonsS7E16LisaTheIconoclast

5th Sep '16 6:44:18 AM romanatorX
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* ActBreakDouibleTake: [[https://frinkiac.com/gif/S07E16/873472/879311/ The exhumation of Jebediah Springfield's coffin.]]

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* ActBreakDouibleTake: ActBreakDoubleTake: [[https://frinkiac.com/gif/S07E16/873472/879311/ The exhumation of Jebediah Springfield's coffin.]]
3rd Sep '16 3:18:09 AM NESBoy
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* ActBreakDouibleTake: [[https://frinkiac.com/gif/S07E16/873472/879311/ The exhumation of Jebediah Springfield's coffin.]]
26th Jul '16 7:22:35 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Hans Sprungfeld tried to assassinate Washington while he was posing for the famous portrait by Gilbert Stuart; he failed, but escaped, ripping a small piece off the painting, explaining the "unfinished" segment.
13th Dec '15 12:58:39 AM windyshadow32
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18th Jun '15 5:11:02 PM luiz4200
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* TakeThat: George Washington says the Revolution's quitters used to be called 'Kentuckians'.
11th May '15 1:26:14 PM Wartzanall
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* OlderThanTheyLook: This was the first episode to imply that Kearney is above the normal age for an elementary school student. According to Principal Skinner, Kearney is the only kid in Springfield Elementary to remember both the 1976 Bicentennial and the Watergate scandal and he is seen shaving.

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* OlderThanTheyLook: This was the first episode to imply that Kearney is above the normal age for an elementary school student. According to Principal Skinner, Kearney is the only kid in Springfield Elementary to remember both the 1976 Bicentennial and the Watergate scandal (which, at the time of the episode, would put him between the ages of 20 and 39) and he is seen shaving.
29th Apr '15 7:44:49 PM nombretomado
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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: GeorgeWashington, he was Jebediah Springfield's (in his Hans Sprungfeld identity) enemy and even managed to put off an intense fist fight during Jebediah's assassination attempt.

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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: GeorgeWashington, UsefulNotes/GeorgeWashington, he was Jebediah Springfield's (in his Hans Sprungfeld identity) enemy and even managed to put off an intense fist fight during Jebediah's assassination attempt.
21st Aug '14 1:19:30 PM luiz4200
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* UnfortunateNames: Marge tells Lisa that, when the Bouviers moved to Springfield, they could have instead moved to a town named ''Stenchburg''.
31st May '14 10:04:23 AM GeniusLoco
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* NoodleIncident: Apparently no town meeting in Springfield has ended without someone digging up a corpse. What were those other times? Surely they can't mean the town meetings seen in "Marge vs. The Monorail," "A Star is Burns," and "Who Shot Mr. Burns, Part 1," because those didn't have that.

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* NoodleIncident: Apparently no town meeting in Springfield has ended without someone digging up a corpse. What were those other times? Surely they can't mean the town meetings seen in "Marge vs. The Monorail," "A Star is Burns," "$pringfield (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)," and "Who Shot Mr. Burns, Part 1," because those didn't have that.



* PerfectlyCromulentWord: TropeNamer. This is the episode that introduced "embiggen" (which means "to empower") and "cromulent" (which has come to mean, "acceptable" or "appropriate") as words that would later become part of the Oxford English dictionary.

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* PerfectlyCromulentWord: TropeNamer. This is the episode that introduced "embiggen" (which means "to empower") and "cromulent" (which has come to mean, mean "acceptable" or "appropriate") as words that would later become part of the Oxford English dictionary.



* ThrowItIn: Donald Sutherland ad-libbed the line "you had arthritis?" in response to Lisa's joke that she was getting over her "Chester A. Arthuritis", a play on the word "arthritis" and the name of 21st U.S. President UsefulNotes/ChesterAArthur. The producers liked it so much that they kept it.

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* ThrowItIn: Donald Sutherland ad-libbed the line "you had arthritis?" in response to Lisa's joke that she was getting over her "Chester A. Arthuritis", a play on the word "arthritis" and the name of 21st U.S. President UsefulNotes/ChesterAArthur.Arthuritis". The producers liked it so much that they kept it.



** And when she's done the sniper fires anyway.

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** And when she's done she decides not to tell the truth, the sniper fires anyway.anyway. She's lucky she walked away.
29th May '14 3:06:01 PM GeniusLoco
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* NoodleIncident: Apparently no town meeting in Springfield can end without someone digging up a corpse.

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* NoodleIncident: Apparently no town meeting in Springfield can end has ended without someone digging up a corpse.corpse. What were those other times? Surely they can't mean the town meetings seen in "Marge vs. The Monorail," "A Star is Burns," and "Who Shot Mr. Burns, Part 1," because those didn't have that.
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