History Recap / TheSimpsonsS7E4BartSellsHisSoul

5th Jan '18 10:48:53 AM Vox
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** The random street sweeper who destroys Bart's bike for no reason and takes the time to [[EvilLaugh laugh mockingly at him]].
7th Dec '17 4:48:53 AM Briguy52748
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Bart pulls a prank at church, switching the intended church him for a rock song. An angry Reverend Lovejoy confronts the children to demand who was behind it, and when Bart is exposed, he and Milhouse are made to clean the organ pipes as punishment. During their work, Bart and Milhouse get into a discussion about the soul, and Bart scoffs at the idea that man has a soul. To prove his point that the soul isn't real, Bart writes his on church stationery and sells it to Milhouse for $5, but Bart regrets it when things start happening ... and he feels he's turning into an empty shell. Bart eventually has to go all out to recover the piece of paper with the words "Bart's Soul" on them ... and gets help from an unlikely source.

Meanwhile, Moe decides to renovate his dank bar into a cheery family restaurant. The stress of running a restaurant alone for long hours, not to mention having a personality that isn't suited to running a family-friendly establishment, conspire against Moe and he eventually snaps (a little girl crying that the chill of her soft drink made her teeth hurt), leading to the restaurant's failure.

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Bart pulls a prank at church, switching the intended church him hymn for a rock song. An angry Reverend Lovejoy confronts the children to demand who was behind it, and when Bart is exposed, he and Milhouse are made to clean the organ pipes as punishment. During their work, Bart and Milhouse get into a discussion about the soul, and Bart scoffs at the idea that man has a soul. To prove his point that the soul isn't real, Bart writes his on church stationery and sells it to Milhouse for $5, but Bart regrets it when things start happening ... and he feels he's turning into an empty shell. Bart eventually has to go all out to recover the piece of paper with the words "Bart's Soul" on them ... and gets help from an unlikely source.

Meanwhile, Moe decides to renovate his dank bar into a cheery family restaurant. The stress of running a restaurant alone for long hours, not to mention having a personality that isn't suited to running a family-friendly establishment, conspire against Moe and he eventually snaps (a at a little girl crying that the chill of her soft drink made her teeth hurt), hurt, leading to a mass walkout by the outraged patrons and ultimately the restaurant's failure.
6th Dec '17 11:49:42 AM Briguy52748
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To prove to Milhouse that the soul isn't real, Bart writes his on church stationery and sells it to Milhouse for $5.00, but Bart regrets it when he feels he's turning into an empty shell.

Meanwhile, Moe decides to renovate his dank bar into a cheery family restaurant. The stress of running a restaurant alone for long hours, not to mention his personality -- one where he isn't cut out to be a friendly, kindly uncle figure -- conspire against him and he eventually snaps, leading to the restaurant's failure.

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Bart pulls a prank at church, switching the intended church him for a rock song. An angry Reverend Lovejoy confronts the children to demand who was behind it, and when Bart is exposed, he and Milhouse are made to clean the organ pipes as punishment. During their work, Bart and Milhouse get into a discussion about the soul, and Bart scoffs at the idea that man has a soul. To prove to Milhouse his point that the soul isn't real, Bart writes his on church stationery and sells it to Milhouse for $5.00, $5, but Bart regrets it when things start happening ... and he feels he's turning into an empty shell.

shell. Bart eventually has to go all out to recover the piece of paper with the words "Bart's Soul" on them ... and gets help from an unlikely source.

Meanwhile, Moe decides to renovate his dank bar into a cheery family restaurant. The stress of running a restaurant alone for long hours, not to mention his having a personality -- one where he that isn't cut out suited to be running a friendly, kindly uncle figure -- family-friendly establishment, conspire against him Moe and he eventually snaps, snaps (a little girl crying that the chill of her soft drink made her teeth hurt), leading to the restaurant's failure.


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* PrecisionFStrike: Averted when Moe uses the word "freaking" in place of the f-word, and then again with Todd Flanders ("Oh, my freakin' ears!") as he is upset by Moe's tirade.


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* [[WalkingOutOnTheShow Walking Out On The Restaurant]]: When Moe goes on his temper tantrum and screams at a little girl (who was in pain after her soft drink was too cold for her teeth), everyone is aghast and immediately walks out. Moe sees what is happening and realizes he made a mistake ... too late.
6th Dec '17 11:39:35 AM Briguy52748
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To prove to Milhouse that the soul isn't real, Bart writes his on church stationery and sells it to Milhouse for $5.00, but Bart regrets it when he feels he's turning into an empty shell. Meanwhile, Moe decides to renovate his dank bar into a cheery family restaurant.

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To prove to Milhouse that the soul isn't real, Bart writes his on church stationery and sells it to Milhouse for $5.00, but Bart regrets it when he feels he's turning into an empty shell. shell.

Meanwhile, Moe decides to renovate his dank bar into a cheery family restaurant.restaurant. The stress of running a restaurant alone for long hours, not to mention his personality -- one where he isn't cut out to be a friendly, kindly uncle figure -- conspire against him and he eventually snaps, leading to the restaurant's failure.
6th Dec '17 11:28:09 AM Briguy52748
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* DelayedReaction: Reverend Lovejoy being slow to figure out that "In the Garden Of Eden" was actually "rock and/or roll" and that he was pranked.
23rd Oct '17 6:39:01 PM NWolfman
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* HistoricalInJoke: Bart did his homework with that hymn prank: "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" ''was'' originally called "In The Garden Of Eden." Doug Ingle wrote the title down while drunk and sleep-deprived, resulting in it coming out as incomprehensible gibberish.
27th Sep '17 4:18:50 PM DG89
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** The City that the kids were paddling out to in Bart's dream bares a slight resemblance to The [[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz Emerald]] [[Film/TheWizardOfOz City]].
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.
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