History Recap / TheSimpsonsS8E5BartAfterDark

8th Apr '18 11:37:08 AM RighteousFury
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* BlatantLies: Principal Skinner's attempts to claim he's not a customer at Maison Derrière. When he enters the place and asks Bart about specific girls, he eventually realizes who he's talking to and tries to convince Bart that he expected to find a museum there. Later, when people tell Homer about Bart working at a burlesque house and that they learned it from Skinner, he shows up to claim that he only entered there to ask for directions to get ''out'' of there.

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* BlatantLies: Principal Skinner's attempts to claim he's not a customer at Maison Derrière. When he enters the place and asks Bart about specific girls, he eventually realizes who he's talking to and tries to convince Bart that he expected to find a museum there. Later, when people the Lovejoys and Flanderses tell Homer about Bart working at a burlesque house and that they learned it from Skinner, he shows up to claim that he only entered there to ask for directions to get ''out'' of there.
25th Feb '18 1:24:53 PM L4D2Ellis19
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* SpontaneousChoreography: With those who are gathered to tear down the burlesque house and people sing 'We Put the Spring in Sprinfield' ... except Marge who was out renting the bulldozer. She asks if they can sing it again but Ned Flanders tells her it really was one of those spur-of-the-moment type things.

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* SpontaneousChoreography: With those who are gathered to tear down the burlesque house and people sing 'We Put the Spring in Sprinfield' ...Springfield' ... except Marge who was out renting the bulldozer. She asks if they can sing it again but Ned Flanders tells her it really was one of those spur-of-the-moment type things.
25th Feb '18 1:11:04 PM L4D2Ellis19
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* DelayedReaction: When Belle drags Bart back to the door, she immediately sets about informing Homer about what happen. It takes her a few seconds to realise Homer's answered the door in a grocery bag (he misplaced his pants).

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* DelayedReaction: When Belle drags Bart back to the door, she immediately sets about informing Homer about what happen.happened. It takes her a few seconds to realise Homer's answered the door in a grocery bag (he misplaced his pants).
5th Feb '18 10:41:38 AM marcoasalazarm
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* MoralGuardians: Marge, because she thinks that Springfield does not want a burlesque house, despite everyone else's views. It's not "Springfield doesn't want a burlesque house", it's "Marge Simpson doesn't want a burlesque house, and is forcing everyone to follow her view".

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* MoralGuardians: Marge, because she thinks that Springfield does not want a burlesque house, despite everyone else's views. It's not "Springfield doesn't want a burlesque house", it's [[{{Jerkass}} "Marge Simpson doesn't want a burlesque house, and is forcing everyone to follow her view".]]
5th Feb '18 10:39:23 AM N8han11
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* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MoralGuardians: Marge, because she thinks that Springfield does not want a burlesque house, despite everyone else's views. It's not "Springfield doesn't want a burlesque house", it's "Marge Simpson doesn't want a burlesque house, and is forcing everyone to follow her view".



* [[NeverTrustATrailer Never Trust a Promo]]: A lot of TV and radio promos for this episode played up the sex angle of this episode. Commercials that aired during prime-time claimed that Springfield would be rocked by a sex scandal, and showed Marge's incriminating pictures of people leaving the Maison Derriere (which was correct, only it didn't go that far)[[note]]Compare with the ads that aired during times when kids would be watching cartoons, where they just played up the fact that Homer and Bart are left to fend for themselves while Marge, Lisa, and Maggie go on a day trip to help clean up an oil spill[[/note]], while a radio station had Homer saying, "I have misplaced my pants," which, out of context, paints a rather risque mental picture of Homer, when really that line was used in the scene of Belle taking Bart back home and Belle finding that Homer is using a grocery bag as a substitute for underwear.
* [[NiceGirl Nice Woman]]: Belle. Despite Marge's trying to force her out of town and then accidentally demolishing part of the house, Belle is nothing but polite and friendly the whole time and tries to be understanding towards Homer when he's upset that Bart's working so late and then comps him for the night.

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* [[NeverTrustATrailer Never Trust MoralGuardians: Marge, because she thinks that Springfield does not want a Promo]]: burlesque house, despite everyone else's views. It's not "Springfield doesn't want a burlesque house", it's "Marge Simpson doesn't want a burlesque house, and is forcing everyone to follow her view".
* NeverTrustATrailer:
A lot of TV and radio promos for this episode played up the sex angle of this episode. Commercials that aired during prime-time claimed that Springfield would be rocked by a sex scandal, and showed Marge's incriminating pictures of people leaving the Maison Derriere (which was correct, only it didn't go that far)[[note]]Compare with the ads that aired during times when kids would be watching cartoons, where they just played up the fact that Homer and Bart are left to fend for themselves while Marge, Lisa, and Maggie go on a day trip to help clean up an oil spill[[/note]], while a radio station had Homer saying, "I have misplaced my pants," which, out of context, paints a rather risque mental picture of Homer, when really that line was used in the scene of Belle taking Bart back home and Belle finding that Homer is using a grocery bag as a substitute for underwear.
* [[NiceGirl Nice Woman]]: NiceGirl: Belle. Despite Marge's trying to force her out of town and then accidentally demolishing part of the house, Belle is nothing but polite and friendly the whole time and tries to be understanding towards Homer when he's upset that Bart's working so late and then comps him for the night.
5th Feb '18 10:35:02 AM Asue
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* TactfulTranslation: Belle tells Bart that the Mason Derrière's name means "Back House", rather than the ''actual'' translation.

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* TactfulTranslation: Belle tells Bart that the Mason Maison Derrière's name means "Back House", rather than the ''actual'' translation.
7th Dec '17 6:02:36 PM RighteousFury
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* ChirpingCrickets: At the assembly hall during the slide show revealing who was visiting the burlesque house. Dr. Hibbert, Cjief Wiggum, Principal Skinner, Cletus, Mayor Quimby, Patty (!?), ''Smithers'' (?!?!) all get called out on when their images come up. When Barney's image comes up, no one reacts, until Moe slowly reacts out of forced necessity.

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* ChirpingCrickets: At the assembly hall during the slide show revealing who was visiting the burlesque house. Dr. Hibbert, Cjief Wiggum, Chief Wiggum (''twice''), Principal Skinner, Cletus, Mayor Quimby, Patty (!?), ''Smithers'' (?!?!) all get called out on when their images come up. When Barney's image comes up, no one reacts, until Moe slowly reacts out of forced necessity.
25th Oct '17 5:41:46 AM Scorntex
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* TactfulTranslation: Belle tells Bart that the Mason Derrière's name means "Back House", rather than the ''actual'' translation.
24th Sep '17 12:09:10 PM BoyNinja
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* DiggingYourselfDeeper: Marge's facts to make Belle reconsider getting rid of the burlesque house prove to be ineffective every time. At the end, [[SoreLoser she just demands Belle to go away]].
21st Aug '17 9:19:36 PM jccw227
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* YouPutTheXInXY: "We put the 'Spring' in 'Springfield'."
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