History Recap / TheSimpsonsS7E23MuchApuAboutNothing

31st Aug '16 7:15:34 AM speedyboris
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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him. ** Later, during the party held to celebrate Apu's recently-gained American citizenship, Homer makes a speech that convinces the attendees to vote against Proposition 24. It still passes with a landslide.

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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him. him.
** Later, during the party held to celebrate Apu's recently-gained American citizenship, Homer makes a speech that convinces the attendees to vote against Proposition 24. It still passes with a landslide.
31st Aug '16 7:15:15 AM speedyboris
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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him. Later, during the party held to celebrate Apu's recently-gained American citizenship, Homer makes a speech that convinces the attendees to vote against Proposition 24. It still passes with a landslide.

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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him. ** Later, during the party held to celebrate Apu's recently-gained American citizenship, Homer makes a speech that convinces the attendees to vote against Proposition 24. It still passes with a landslide.
31st Aug '16 7:14:10 AM luiz4200
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* DescriptionCut: In the end, Marge is happy that things worked out for everyone. The next scene shows Groundskeeper Willie being deported.


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* JuryDuty: After getting his citizenship, Apu receives a letter summoning him for jury duty and he happily takes it as a sign he's now an American. Then he casually tosses the letter at a wastebasket. It contradicts [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E20TheBoyWhoKnewTooMuch another episode where Apu was a juror]].
31st Aug '16 7:04:24 AM luiz4200
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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him.

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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him. Later, during the party held to celebrate Apu's recently-gained American citizenship, Homer makes a speech that convinces the attendees to vote against Proposition 24. It still passes with a landslide.



* BittersweetEnding: Apu gets his American citizenship, [[spoiler:but the anti-immigration proposition is still passed.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: Apu gets his American citizenship, [[spoiler:but but the anti-immigration proposition is still passed.]]passed and Groundskeeper Willie is deported.



* DemocracyIsBad: Stated by by Homer after [[spoiler:a proposition is passed that requires all illegal immigrants to be deported]].

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* DemocracyIsBad: Stated by by Homer after [[spoiler:a a proposition is passed that requires all illegal immigrants to be deported]].deported.


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* {{Jerkass}}: When Uter the foreign exchange student is picked on by other kids for being a foreigner, Principal Skinner sides with ''them''.


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* SmallRoleBigImpact: The bear is quickly disposed of but what happens afterwards is based on people's reactions for its mere presence.
25th Aug '16 2:25:29 PM trixus
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-->'''Quimby:''' Is that crowd bigger or stupider?
25th Aug '16 2:24:08 PM trixus
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-->'''Quimby:''' Is that crowd bigger or stupider?
10th Aug '16 12:10:58 PM speedyboris
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* BaitAndSwitch: After Apu reveals that he, too, is an illegal immigrant, Homer (one of the major proponents of the anti-immigration bill) has an empathetic expression and admits, "I got so swept up in the scapegoating and fun of Proposition 24 I never stopped to think it might affect someone I cared about. You know what, Apu?.... I'm really, really gonna miss you." And proceeds to staple an "I want you OUT" poster next to him.
11th Jul '16 2:24:36 PM Premonition45
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* NoPronunciationGuide: Apu mispronounces the NY Mets as "the Nye Mets".

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* NoPronunciationGuide: Apu mispronounces the NY (New York) Mets as "the Nye Mets".
9th Mar '16 9:04:24 PM DivineDeath
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9th Mar '16 8:59:47 PM DivineDeath
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* BittersweetEnding: Apu gets his American citizenship, [[spoiler:but the anti-immigration proposition is still passed.]]



* EntitledBastard: The Springfielders want round-the-clock anti-bear security across the city, but don't want to actually pay for it.



** The town in general won't get rid of the bear patrol, but aren't prepared to pay taxes for it.

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** The town quickly accepts that immigrants are the reason why their taxes are so high, even though the reason for the increase in general won't get rid taxes was because of the bear patrol, but aren't prepared to pay taxes for it.patrol they wanted so much.
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