History Recap / TheSimpsonsS9E9RealtyBites

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: 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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7th Jan '15 2:33:09 PM Wartzanall
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* ContinuityNod:
**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''.
7th Jan '15 2:28:32 PM Wartzanall
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Episode - 5F06

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Episode - 5F065F06\\



Marge takes a job in real estate but is uncomfortable having to bend the truth to make sales, especially when she wants to sell a cursed house to the Flanders. Meanwhile, Homer buys Snake's car at a police auction.

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Feeling bored with life (once again), Marge takes a job in real estate but is uncomfortable having to bend the truth to make sales, especially when she wants to sell a cursed house to the Flanders. Meanwhile, Homer buys Snake's car at a police auction.
auction and Snake breaks out of jail to get it back.



**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.



* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Kirk getting his arm sliced off.

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* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Kirk getting his arm sliced off. All he utters is a sad, "Ow!" Also, [[BloodlessCarnage there's no blood or gore]].
* NoodleIncident: The brief shot of Kirk in the unemployment line with his arm in a sling will come off as this if you watch the EditedForSyndication version where Kirk getting his arm cut off after Homer dodges the piano wire is cut.



* SexSells: Marge's real estate billboard.

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* SexSells: Marge's real estate billboard. Parodied with The Lumber King billboard, where Homer is mesmerized by the fat, moving butt of the company mascot.



--> '''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)
15th Dec '14 1:12:50 AM DamascaRamza
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* HonorBeforeReason: Marge giving back the check because she sold the Flanders the Murder House.
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