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* BuriedAlive: Burns tries to brick up Homer in a mausoleum ''Literature/ACaskOfMontillado''-style at the episode's climax... emphasis on "tries". The old man is so feeble that by the time Homer wakes up several hours later, he's only gotten a few layers of bricks in, and Homer walks out easily.

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* BuriedAlive: Burns tries to brick up Homer in a mausoleum ''Literature/ACaskOfMontillado''-style ''Literature/TheCaskOfAmontillado''-style at the episode's climax... emphasis on "tries". The old man is so feeble that by the time Homer wakes up several hours later, he's only gotten a few layers of bricks in, and Homer walks out easily.


* BuriedAlive: Burns tries to do this to Homer at the episode's climax... very heavy emphasis on "tries".

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* BuriedAlive: Burns tries to do this to brick up Homer in a mausoleum ''Literature/ACaskOfMontillado''-style at the episode's climax... very heavy emphasis on "tries"."tries". The old man is so feeble that by the time Homer wakes up several hours later, he's only gotten a few layers of bricks in, and Homer walks out easily.


* CallBack: As Mr. Burns shows Smithers the plant's hierarchy, Homer is outranked by the inanimate carbon rod from [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E15DeepSpaceHomer "Deep Space Homer."]] There's also, a crossed photograph of [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E23HomersEnemy Frank Grimes]].

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* CallBack: As Mr. Burns shows Smithers the plant's hierarchy, Homer is outranked by the inanimate carbon rod from [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E15DeepSpaceHomer "Deep Space Homer."]] There's also, also a crossed photograph of [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E23HomersEnemy Frank Grimes]].


* CallBack: As Mr. Burns shows Smithers the plant's hierarchy, Homer is outranked by the inanimate carbon rod from [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E15DeepSpaceHomer "Deep Space Homer."]]
** Also, a crossed photograph of [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E23HomersEnemy Frank Grimes]].

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* CallBack: As Mr. Burns shows Smithers the plant's hierarchy, Homer is outranked by the inanimate carbon rod from [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E15DeepSpaceHomer "Deep Space Homer."]]
** Also,
"]] There's also, a crossed photograph of [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E23HomersEnemy Frank Grimes]].

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* AnimateInanimateObject: Burns' disposal of nuclear waste under Legoland causes the models there to come to life and become homicidal.

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: The first time Homer tries to be successful using Stark Richdale's lessons and book, he walks around the power plant and does his job as safety inspector. Among the safety violations he comes across is the inconvenience of having three different rooms for coffee, cream, and stirrers.


* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: A tourist at Legoland gets impaled by the Eiffel Tower, thanks to Monty Burns dumping nuclear waste under the place causing it to become both animated and homicidal.



* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: A tourist at Legoland gets impaled by the Eiffel Tower, thanks to Monty Burns dumping nuclear waste under the place causing it to become both animated and homicidal.


* MusicAgeDissonance: Homer/Marge's and Maggie's tapes got switched, so the adults are listening to a lullaby, and Maggie dancing to the TomJones song "Sex Bomb".

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* MusicAgeDissonance: Homer/Marge's and Homer accidentally switches the music tape he wanted to play for Marge on Valentine's Day with one of Maggie's tapes got switched, so the adults are listening tapes--as a result, Homer accidentally pits Marge to sleep with a lullaby, and lullaby while Maggie ends up dancing to the TomJones song "Sex Bomb".


* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Burns initially has a canary to serve as a fall guy to be arrested for his white-collar crimes. Upon being questioned of the legality of what he's doing by Mr. Smithers, Burns explains that tycoons like him have been doing it for years--for example, [[RuleOfFunny Standard Oil was once owned by a half eaten breakfast]].

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Burns initially has a canary to serve as a fall guy to be arrested for any of his own white-collar crimes. Upon being questioned of crimes, and when Mr. Smithers questions him on the legality of what he's doing by it, Mr. Smithers, Burns explains claims that tycoons like him have been doing it for years--for example, [[RuleOfFunny Standard Oil was once owned by a half eaten breakfast]].


* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Burns had a canary to serve as a fall guy to be arrested for his crimes. Upon being questioned of the legality of what he's doing by Smithers, Burns explains that tycoons like him have been doing it for years--for example, [[RuleOfFunny Standard Oil was once owned by a half eaten breakfast]].

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Burns had initially has a canary to serve as a fall guy to be arrested for his white-collar crimes. Upon being questioned of the legality of what he's doing by Mr. Smithers, Burns explains that tycoons like him have been doing it for years--for example, [[RuleOfFunny Standard Oil was once owned by a half eaten breakfast]].



* TemptingFate: Mr. Burns assures Smithers the environmental effects of him dumping nuclear waste under Legoland won't be felt for years. In the next scene, the Capitol Building and the Eiffel Tower promptly come to life and go on the rampage.

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* TemptingFate: Mr. Burns assures Smithers the environmental effects of him dumping nuclear waste under Legoland won't be felt for years. In the next scene, the Capitol Building and the Eiffel Tower promptly come to life and go on the a rampage.


* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Burns had a canary to serve as a fall guy to be arrested for his crimes. Upon being questioned of the legality of what he's doing by Smithers, Burns explains that tycoons like him have been doing it for years--for example, Standard Oil was once owned by a half eaten breakfast.

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Burns had a canary to serve as a fall guy to be arrested for his crimes. Upon being questioned of the legality of what he's doing by Smithers, Burns explains that tycoons like him have been doing it for years--for example, [[RuleOfFunny Standard Oil was once owned by a half eaten breakfast.breakfast]].



* SmartBall: For Homer, who manages to trick Mr Burns into briefly becoming the CEO of the power plant, then ''fires Burns''.

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* SmartBall: For Homer, who manages to trick Mr Burns into briefly becoming making him the CEO of the power plant, then ''fires Burns''.

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* SmartBall: For Homer, who manages to trick Mr Burns into briefly becoming the CEO of the power plant, then ''fires Burns''.

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* MusicAgeDissonance: Homer/Marge's and Maggie's tapes got switched, so the adults are listening to a lullaby, and Maggie dancing to the TomJones song "Sex Bomb".

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* BuriedAlive: Burns tries to do this to Homer at the episode's climax... very heavy emphasis on "tries".


* AugmentedAnimalAptitude: As the canary is released and flies away, Bart tells it to fly to the Canary Islands. The canary showcases that it's smarter than it looks by flying back into the office, looking up where the Canary Islands are in a globe, and then flying off again.

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* AugmentedAnimalAptitude: AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: As the canary is released and flies away, Bart tells it to fly to the Canary Islands. The canary showcases that it's smarter than it looks by flying back into the office, looking up where the Canary Islands are in a globe, and then flying off again.

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