History Recap / TheSimpsonsS7E4BartSellsHisSoul

27th Aug '17 4:50:17 PM nombretomado
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* CrazyHomelessPeople: The raving crackhead Chief Wiggum stops to try to calm down, who references Creator/AlfredHitchcock, ''[[CharlesDickens The Old Curiosity Shop]]'' and John Gielgud in the nonsense he yells.

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* CrazyHomelessPeople: The raving crackhead Chief Wiggum stops to try to calm down, who references Creator/AlfredHitchcock, ''[[CharlesDickens ''[[Creator/CharlesDickens The Old Curiosity Shop]]'' and John Gielgud in the nonsense he yells.
12th May '17 1:10:09 PM TonyG
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* KneelPushTrip: In Bart's dream, Nelson appears to be sympathizing with him, but then pushes Bart over, with Nelson's soul kneeling behind.
25th Mar '17 8:22:01 PM Asue
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** When Moe insults the little girl, everyone leaves, with Ned saying: "I expect that type of language at Denny's, but not here!". In non-English international translations, "Denny's" is changed to "UsefulNotes/McDonalds." The TakeThat still works, as both are low-rent fast-food restaurants -- Denny's is just more suited to sit-down meals.

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** When Moe insults the little girl, everyone leaves, with Ned saying: "I expect that type of language at Denny's, but not here!". In non-English international translations, "Denny's" is changed to "UsefulNotes/McDonalds." "UsefulNotes/McDonalds". The TakeThat still works, as both are low-rent fast-food restaurants -- Denny's is just more suited to sit-down meals.
25th Mar '17 8:21:27 PM Asue
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-->'''Bart''': (To Snowball II) Geez! You're pretty uppity for someone who eats bugs all day!

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-->'''Bart''': (To (to Snowball II) Geez! You're pretty uppity for someone who eats bugs all day!



* CluelessAesop: This is an incredibly ambiguous episode due to the fact that it refuses to make its point known. Sometimes itís a religious episode, while other times it’s not. Sometimes the characters are depicted as TheWoobie while other times they are jerkasses. It doesnít even say definitively whether or not the soul exists.

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* CluelessAesop: This is an incredibly ambiguous episode due to the fact that it refuses to make its point known. Sometimes Sometimes, itís a religious episode, while other times it’s not. Sometimes the characters are depicted as TheWoobie while other times they are jerkasses. It doesnít even say definitively whether or not the soul exists.



* DreamSequence: Bart dreams he has no soul to row along with him to a magic castle on an island in a lake. Near the end of the episode he has the same dream again now with his soul along his side.

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* DreamSequence: Bart dreams he has no soul to row along with him to a magic castle on an island in a lake. Near the end of the episode episode, he has the same dream again now with his soul along his side.



* EvilDetectingDog: After Bart sells his soul to Milhouse, the dog and cat both growl at him.

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* EvilDetectingDog: After Bart sells his soul to Milhouse, the dog Santa's Little Helper and cat Snowball II both growl at him.



* RageBreakingPoint: After having to do the Birthday Fries gig for both Sherry and Terry, being mocked by a kid with a drawing of him as "Mr. Stinky", and getting ripped off by Snake, Moe finally reaches his when a little girl complains that her drink is too cold.

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* RageBreakingPoint: After having to do the Birthday Fries gig for both Sherry Sherri and Terry, Terri, being mocked by a kid with a drawing of him as "Mr. Stinky", and getting ripped off by Snake, Moe finally reaches his when a little girl complains that her drink is too cold.



** When Moe insults the little girl everyone leaves, with Ned saying: "I expect that type of language at Denny's, but not here!" In non-English international translations, "Denny's" is changed to "UsefulNotes/McDonalds." The TakeThat still works, as both are low-rent fast-food restaurants with mediocre food -- Denny's is just more suited to sit-down meals.

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** When Moe insults the little girl girl, everyone leaves, with Ned saying: "I expect that type of language at Denny's, but not here!" here!". In non-English international translations, "Denny's" is changed to "UsefulNotes/McDonalds." The TakeThat still works, as both are low-rent fast-food restaurants with mediocre food -- Denny's is just more suited to sit-down meals.
5th Mar '17 12:28:16 PM Edgar81539
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* PrimalFear: Milhouse is scared of going to Hell, while Bart's imagination also starts running so wild that he actually believes he lost his soul by selling it to Milhouse.
6th Feb '17 4:56:51 PM jenmic
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* KickTheDog: Milhouse is quite a jerk to Bart in this episode. He rats out Bart to Lovejoy, buys Bart's soul off him and orders Bart to give him 50 dollars if he wants it back (knowing full well Bart doesn't have anything like that kind of money), and then trades it to Comic Book Guy for pogs. Worst of all, [[KarmaHoudini he goes no comeuppance whatsoever for most of this]], except for being forced to clean the organ pipes with Bart.

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* KickTheDog: Milhouse is quite a jerk to Bart in this episode. He rats out Bart to Lovejoy, buys Bart's soul off him and orders Bart to give him 50 dollars if he wants it back (knowing full well Bart doesn't have anything like that kind of money), and then trades it to Comic Book Guy for pogs. Worst of all, [[KarmaHoudini he goes no comeuppance whatsoever for most of this]], except for being forced to clean the organ pipes with Bart.
23rd Jan '17 10:47:21 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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** When Moe insult the little girl everyone leaves, with Ned saying: "I expect that type of language at Denny's, but not here!" In non-English international translations, "Denny's" is changed to "UsefulNotes/McDonalds." The TakeThat still works, as both are low-rent fast-food restaurants with mediocre food -- Denny's is just more suited to sit-down meals.

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** When Moe insult insults the little girl everyone leaves, with Ned saying: "I expect that type of language at Denny's, but not here!" In non-English international translations, "Denny's" is changed to "UsefulNotes/McDonalds." The TakeThat still works, as both are low-rent fast-food restaurants with mediocre food -- Denny's is just more suited to sit-down meals.
14th Dec '16 9:29:53 AM NESBoy
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Who's stupid now? Huh?"]]
14th Dec '16 8:43:16 AM NESBoy
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* StockFootage: The shot of Bart waking up from his soulless nightmare is recycled from Season 3's "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E7TreehouseOfHorrorII Treehouse of Horror II]]", [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S03E07/897524.jpg with Lisa]] [[https://frinkiac.com/img/S07E04/750665.jpg removed]].
18th Nov '16 3:50:07 AM Baby_Moondancer
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* TheUnSmile: The commercial for Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag ends on an extreme close-up of Moe's grinning face, something he is known to be unaccustomed to doing. [[NightmareFuel He starts having facial tics.]]
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