History TheSimpsons / TropesSToZ

7th Dec '16 1:06:09 PM NESBoy
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--> '''Mother''': Oh, I don't know what's the matter with Jimmy. He won't do his homework, he only salutes the flag with one finger, and he comes home every night with other peoples' blood on his shirt.
--> '''Father''': He's a rebel, I tell you, a rebel without a cause... [[RebelWithoutACause just like that boy in that popular movie we saw.]]

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--> '''Mother''': Oh, I don't know what's the matter with Jimmy. He won't do his homework, he only salutes the flag with one finger, and he comes home every night with other peoples' blood on his shirt.
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shirt.\\
'''Father''': He's a rebel, I tell you, a rebel without a cause... [[RebelWithoutACause [[Film/RebelWithoutACause just like that boy in that popular movie we saw.]]



-->'''Bart:''' Dad, are you ''licking toads?''
-->'''Homer:''' I'm not ''not'' licking toads!

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-->'''Bart:''' Dad, are you ''licking toads?''
-->'''Homer:'''
toads?''\\
'''Homer:'''
I'm not ''not'' licking toads!toads!
* ToiletSeatDivorce: In "Beware My Cheating Bart", Homer threatens to divorce Marge after she, out of spite, gives away spoilers for a show he was obsessed with.
8th Nov '16 10:55:57 AM akaun6899
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** In "Homer Scissorhands", when Milhouse tells Bart about the [[TearJerker first chapter]] of the ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' DVD that his mother always skipped, the shot of the DVD menu shows the actual chapter titles from the DVD {"New Parents", "First Day of School", "Field Trip", and "The Drop Off"), except with the actual Chapter 2, "Main Titles", skipped.

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** In "Homer Scissorhands", when Milhouse tells Bart about the [[TearJerker first chapter]] of the ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' DVD that his mother always skipped, the shot of the DVD menu shows the actual chapter titles from the DVD {"New ("New Parents", "First Day of School", "Field Trip", and "The Drop Off"), except with the actual Chapter 2, "Main Titles", skipped.
1st Nov '16 4:04:20 PM akaun6899
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** In "Homer Scissorhands", when Milhouse tells Bart about the [[TearJerker first chapter]] of the ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' DVD that his mother always skipped, the shot of the DVD menu shows the actual chapter titles from the DVD {"New Parents", "First Day of School", "Field Trip", and "The Drop Off"), except with the actual Chapter 2, "Main Titles", skipped.
24th Oct '16 7:46:08 AM tyrekecorrea
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'''Snake:''' *singing* A singing family?! It's worse than I feared! For hostage purposes, you're just too weird! Bye! *Exit: living room window*

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'''Snake:''' *singing* A singing family?! family?!? It's worse than I feared! For hostage purposes, you're just too weird! Bye! *Exit: living room window*
5th Oct '16 8:21:21 AM erforce
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** The episode "Apocalypse Cow" has a short segment of Bart driving a combine with funny results. For instance he drives it over some clothes and they come out neatly folded. He drives it through a river and makes a literal cube of water. Then he goes over a pile of manure with it. The result? ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean 3'' [=DVDs=].

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** The episode "Apocalypse Cow" has a short segment of Bart driving a combine with funny results. For instance he drives it over some clothes and they come out neatly folded. He drives it through a river and makes a literal cube of water. Then he goes over a pile of manure with it. The result? ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean 3'' ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd Pirates of the Caribbean 3]]'' [=DVDs=].
3rd Oct '16 9:55:28 PM DustSnitch
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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E23HomersEnemy Homer's Enemy]]" is a story focusing on Frank Grimes (a "realistic" character, by WordOfGod) being forced into the PlayedForLaughs CrapsackWorld of Springfield and getting so fed up with Homer's IdiotHoudini luck that he becomes the titular "enemy" of Homer... and then when Homer's luck saves him from being humiliated by a plan of Grimes, he undergoes a VillainousBreakdown which ends with him accidentally committing suicide-by-high-voltage. The BlackComedyBurst was so strong that [[BaseBreaker some people believe]] marked the moment when the show became the same brand of insensitively offensive KafkaComedy as other shows like ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.
27th Sep '16 3:11:27 PM rafi
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* ScareChord:
** The music at the end of "Rosebud".

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* ScareChord:
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ScareChord: The music at the end of "Rosebud".


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* SexyBacklessOutfit:
** In the "Large Marge" episode (which involved her getting GagBoobs and becoming a [[SexSells BoothBabe]]), Marge Simpson wears a sexy backless red dress that emphasizes her new "attributes" for a public appearance.
** The one-episode character Sara Sloane, an hot movie star and Ned temporary LoveInterest, wears a similar dress, during the episode, at a concert (gaining more attention from male people).
20th Sep '16 4:44:57 AM LentilSandEater
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* YesMan: Smithers.
** Smithers is more of a subversion, though. Some of Burns' [[KickTheDog more extreme schemes]] had Smithers actually standing up to him, even risking getting fired for it. Then again, Smithers did go back to working for Burns later in the episode.

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* YesMan: Smithers.
** Smithers is more of a subversion, though. Some
Smithers, though some of Burns' [[KickTheDog more extreme schemes]] had Smithers actually standing up to him, even risking getting fired for it. Then again, Smithers did go back to working for Burns later in the episode.
19th Sep '16 3:00:28 AM 59Efra
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* WetCementGag: In "Lemon of Troy", Bart attempts to write his name in wet cement.
18th Sep '16 6:58:17 AM 123456789
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** Writer Bill Oakley insists that the episode "Two Bad Neighbors" is not a political attack on George Bush. "It's a ''personal'' attack on George Bush."

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** Writer Bill Oakley insists [[RefrainFromAssuming insists]] that the episode "Two Bad Neighbors" is not a political attack on George Bush. "It's a ''personal'' attack on George Bush."
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