History Recap / TheSimpsonsS9E9RealtyBites

23rd Aug '16 12:57:47 PM luiz4200
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--> '''Ned''': Purple drapes! All my life, I've wanted purple drapes! (high-pitched scream)

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--> '''Ned''': Purple drapes! All my life, I've wanted purple drapes! (high-pitched scream)scream)
* WhosLaughingNow: When Johnny D's gates are sold at the police auction, Snake laffs at him. He has the last laugh when the next item turns out to be Snake's car.
21st Jul '16 8:13:31 AM davah301
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* CardboardPrison: The Springfield Penitentiary is apparently run on the honor system, a unlocked door with a "No escaping please" sign is the only thing keeping the prisoners in.
2nd Jul '16 5:50:32 PM nighttrainfm
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* ShoutOut: Gil makes his first appearance in this episode, and is patterned after Jack Lemmon's character in ''Theatre/GlengarryGlenRoss''. The "cubicles are for closers" line is also a parody of the line, "Coffee is for closers".

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* ShoutOut: RazorFloss: Snake uses this to try and decapitate Homer. Homer happens to duck at just the right time, and it gets Kirk's arm instead.
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Gil makes his first appearance in this episode, and is patterned after Jack Lemmon's character in ''Theatre/GlengarryGlenRoss''. The "cubicles are for closers" line is also a parody of the line, "Coffee is for closers".



--> '''Ned''': Purple drapes! All my life, I've wanted purple drapes! (high-pitched scream)

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--> '''Ned''': Purple drapes! All my life, I've wanted purple drapes! (high-pitched scream)
10th Feb '16 4:10:19 PM windyshadow32
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24th Oct '15 11:57:03 PM maxwellsilver
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--> '''Homer''': Homer: Gee, that picture makes your butt look big!\\

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--> '''Homer''': Homer: Gee, that picture makes your butt look big!\\
24th Oct '15 11:55:15 PM maxwellsilver
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* {{CallBack}}:
** The people in the unemployment line besides Kirk and Marge are Larry Burns (Mr. Burns' son from "Burns Baby Burns"), Lurleen Lumpkin (from "Colonel Homer," who looks just as worn-out and drug-addled as she did in "Marge vs. The Monorail"), George H.W. Bush (from "Two Bad Men"[[note]]The season seven episode where UsefulNotes/GeorgeHWBush and his wife, Barbara, move in across the street from The Simpsons and Homer and Bart play pranks on him[[/note]]), and the redheaded hippie writer (modeled after ''Simpsons'' writer George Meyer) from "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" who was fired for objecting to adding Poochie the dog in a vain attempt at revitalizing ''The Itchy and Scratchy Show''.

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* {{CallBack}}:
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CallBack: The people in the unemployment line besides Kirk and Marge are Larry Burns (Mr. Burns' son from "Burns Baby Burns"), Lurleen Lumpkin (from "Colonel Homer," who looks just as worn-out and drug-addled as she did in "Marge vs. The Monorail"), George H.W. Bush (from "Two Bad Men"[[note]]The season seven episode where UsefulNotes/GeorgeHWBush and his wife, Barbara, move in across the street from The Simpsons and Homer and Bart play pranks on him[[/note]]), and the redheaded hippie writer (modeled after ''Simpsons'' writer George Meyer) from "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" who was fired for objecting to adding Poochie the dog in a vain attempt at revitalizing ''The Itchy and Scratchy Show''.
24th Oct '15 11:53:40 PM maxwellsilver
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** WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally, the gag was just supposed to be his sandwich gets sliced to how he wants it, but the writers decided to make it more shocking.
25th Jun '15 8:45:20 PM Premonition45
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This episode features Creator/PhilHartman's last appearance as Lionel Hutz before his death in 1998.
9th Mar '15 12:08:05 PM LongLiveHumour
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** The people in the unemployment line besides Kirk and Marge are Larry Burns (Mr. Burns' son from "Burns Baby Burns"), Lurleen Lumpkin (from "Colonel Homer," who looks just as worn-out and drug-addled as she did in "Marge vs. The Monorail"), George H.W. Bush (from "Two Bad Men"[[note]]The season seven episode where GeorgeHWBush and his wife, Barbara, move in across the street from The Simpsons and Homer and Bart play pranks on him[[/note]]), and the redheaded hippie writer (modeled after ''Simpsons'' writer George Meyer) from "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" who was fired for objecting to adding Poochie the dog in a vain attempt at revitalizing ''The Itchy and Scratchy Show''.

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** The people in the unemployment line besides Kirk and Marge are Larry Burns (Mr. Burns' son from "Burns Baby Burns"), Lurleen Lumpkin (from "Colonel Homer," who looks just as worn-out and drug-addled as she did in "Marge vs. The Monorail"), George H.W. Bush (from "Two Bad Men"[[note]]The season seven episode where GeorgeHWBush UsefulNotes/GeorgeHWBush and his wife, Barbara, move in across the street from The Simpsons and Homer and Bart play pranks on him[[/note]]), and the redheaded hippie writer (modeled after ''Simpsons'' writer George Meyer) from "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" who was fired for objecting to adding Poochie the dog in a vain attempt at revitalizing ''The Itchy and Scratchy Show''.
7th Jan '15 2:33:42 PM Wartzanall
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* ContinuityNod:

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