History Recap / TheSimpsonsS8E18HomerVsTheEighteenthAmendment

12th Nov '17 6:03:47 PM marcoasalazarm
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* MadeFromExplodium: Eventually Homer gets too greedy with the Baron business and starts experimenting with the tub-made boozes, making them all explode constantly. Part of the reason he agrees to the plan to let Wiggum arrest him is because Marge gets tired of all the ruckus.

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* MadeFromExplodium: MadeOfExplodium: Eventually Homer gets too greedy with the Baron business and starts experimenting with the tub-made boozes, making them all explode constantly. Part of the reason he agrees to the plan to let Wiggum arrest him is because Marge gets tired of all the ruckus.
12th Nov '17 5:36:16 PM marcoasalazarm
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* GoneHorriblyRight: Because he's the only one who can supply it, eventually Homer is overtaxed with liquor requests and after he runs out of the barrels of liquor left by Duff Brewery's closing and getting too proud of the home-made liquor he'd made, he starts experimenting with the recipies, and suddenly the house is rocked with explosions 24 hours a day.


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* MadeFromExplodium: Eventually Homer gets too greedy with the Baron business and starts experimenting with the tub-made boozes, making them all explode constantly. Part of the reason he agrees to the plan to let Wiggum arrest him is because Marge gets tired of all the ruckus.
12th Nov '17 5:21:27 PM marcoasalazarm
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* GoToYourRoom: When Marge and Lisa finds out Homer's beer smuggling, the former is very impressed for once that Homer is using his own intellect for once and raising money for the family. When Marge says the prohibition was a dumb law, Lisa says it's still a law and is sent to her room by Homer, Marge, and Bart.

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* GoToYourRoom: When Marge and Lisa finds out Homer's beer smuggling, the former is very impressed for once that Homer is using his own intellect for once and raising money for the family. When Marge says the prohibition was a dumb law, Lisa says it's still a law and was about to provide some additional speechifying when she is sent to her room by Homer, Marge, and Bart.
12th Nov '17 4:02:10 PM fruitstripegum
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-->'''Homer:''' I'm not gonna lie to you, Marge.''(proceeds to get in his car and drive off)''

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-->'''Homer:''' I'm not gonna lie to you, Marge.''(proceeds '' (proceeds to get in his car and drive off)''
12th Nov '17 4:01:23 PM fruitstripegum
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* GoToYourRoom: When Marge and Lisa finds out Homer's beer smuggling, the former is very impressed for once that Homer is using his own intellect for once and raising money for the family. When Marge says the prohibition was a dumb law, Lisa said it's still a law and was about to ramble on about her views and is sent to her room by Homer, Marge, and Bart.

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* GoToYourRoom: When Marge and Lisa finds out Homer's beer smuggling, the former is very impressed for once that Homer is using his own intellect for once and raising money for the family. When Marge says the prohibition was a dumb law, Lisa said says it's still a law and was about to ramble on about her views and is sent to her room by Homer, Marge, and Bart.



* LawfulStupid: Rex Banner is too inept to realize Homer is the Beer Baron he's been hunting down.



* LawfulStupid: Rex Banner is too inept to realize Homer is the Beer Baron he's been hunting down.
21st Oct '17 9:01:37 AM Pyromania101
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* KentBrockmanNews: Averted. Brockman is appalled by the excess violence and alcohol consumption that takes place during the St. Patrick's Day parade.

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* KentBrockmanNews: Averted. Kent Brockman is appalled disgusted by the excess violence and alcohol consumption that takes place everyone's behavior during the St. Patrick's Day parade.
21st Oct '17 9:00:12 AM Pyromania101
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* KentBrockmanNews: Averted. Brockman is appalled by the excess violence and alcohol consumption that takes place during the St. Patrick's Day parade.
5th Oct '17 8:33:40 PM MysteriousZorua1994
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* ToBeLawfulOrGood: When it comes to the alcohol ban. Banner and Lisa choose law, while the rest of Springfield chooses "good".
5th Oct '17 1:10:51 PM MysteriousZorua1994
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* KnightTemplar: As the road blockage shows, Banner is willing to kill innocent people if it means stopping alcohol from getting into Springfield.



* SoapboxSadie: Lisa, once again, gets a big moment when she points out that even if the prohibition law is dumb (so dumb that Marge praises Homer for becoming a booze baron) it still is the law nevertheless and it needs to be obeyed... and she is given a BigShutUp mid-speech by all three other Simpsons yelling at her to go to her room.

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* SoapboxSadie: Lisa, once again, gets a big moment when she points out that even if the prohibition law is dumb (so dumb that Marge praises Homer for becoming a booze baron) it still is the law nevertheless and it needs to be obeyed... and she is given a BigShutUp mid-speech by all three other Simpsons yelling at her [[YouAreGrounded to go to her room.room]].



* WrongGenreSavvy: Rex Banner acts like he's in 1920s Chicago rather than [[SurroundedByIdiots Springfield]].

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* WrongGenreSavvy: Rex Banner acts like he's in 1920s Chicago rather than [[SurroundedByIdiots Springfield]].Springfield]].
* YouAreGrounded: Lisa's the only person who supports Banner, and when she finds out about her father's smuggling, she goes on a tirade on law. She's grounded and ordered to go to her room.
17th Sep '17 4:12:04 PM RighteousFury
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* ThinkOfTheChildren: Said by the anti-alcohol group.

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* ThinkOfTheChildren: Said by Since Helen Lovejoy is part of the anti-alcohol group.women's group, it's only natural that she shout out her CatchPhrase at one point.
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