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* BrainBleach: A lesbian patron is grossed out by Homer's dancing and remarks it "makes her even more lesbian".



* {{Squick}}: A lesbian patron is grossed out by Homer's dancing and remarks it "makes her even more lesbian". [[invoked]]

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* ContinuityNod:
** When Lenny and Carl are looking for Homer and find him busy at home, they ask, "Is he Poochie again?"
** Homer's Pin Pals and Mr. Plow outfits are seen in his closet.


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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The family works on a jigsaw piece, but they can't find the last piece. While Homer is searching, he comes across Marge's memory chest, and finds a note from the opening night of Moe's Tavern -- Marge was very unhappy and nearly left Homer, causing him to wonder if she still loves him. He leaves the house and winds up in a gay neighborhood, starting the main plot.
* HypocriticalHumor: At lunchtime, Nelson sees Bart sorting puzzle pieces, assumes that he's so poor he has to eat cardboard, and laughs at him. Then he proceeds to eat a drywall sandwich.


* AsHimself: "Weird Al" Yankovic.



* ShoutOut

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* ShoutOutShoutOut:



* SongParody: Music/WeirdAlYankovinc, the kind of this trope, performs one of Music/JohnMellencamp's "Jack and Dianne" called "Homer and Marge."

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* SongParody: Music/WeirdAlYankovinc, Music/WeirdAlYankovic, the kind king of this trope, performs one of Music/JohnMellencamp's "Jack and Dianne" called "Homer and Marge."


* SongParody: "Homer and Marge", performed by "Weird Al" Yankovic, no less.

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* SongParody: Music/WeirdAlYankovinc, the kind of this trope, performs one of Music/JohnMellencamp's "Jack and Dianne" called "Homer and Marge", performed by "Weird Al" Yankovic, no less.Marge."


* ShoutOut: When Julio criticizes the fruit bowls Grady made for breakfast, Homer calls him "[[Series/ILoveLucy Picky Ricardo]]".

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut
** When Maggie grimaces at Homer's remark that the jigsaw puzzle which he and the family just completed is his greatest accomplishment, he responds with "Prove me wrong, [[Film/{{Clerks}} Silent Bob]]!"
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When Julio criticizes the fruit bowls Grady made for breakfast, Homer calls him "[[Series/ILoveLucy Picky Ricardo]]".

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* SongParody: "Homer and Marge", performed by "Weird Al" Yankovic, no less.


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* BlatantLies: Homer runs into Smithers in the gay neighborhood while walking through the streets. Smithers immediately tries to deny his presence, saying he got lost on his way to the "big monster truck show". His claim isn't helped when a trolley of Smithers' gay associates passes by, prompting them to ask if Homer is the "Mr. Burns he's always talking about".

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* BlatantLies: BlatantLies:
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Homer runs into Smithers in the gay neighborhood while walking through the streets. Smithers immediately tries to deny his presence, saying he got lost on his way to the "big monster truck show". His claim isn't helped when a trolley of Smithers' gay associates passes by, prompting them to ask if Homer is the "Mr. Burns he's always talking about".



* BothSidesHaveAPoint: The fight between Homer and Marge has valid points on both sides.
** Homer's understandably upset when he finds Marge's angry letter after their night out and that she had a doctor's appointment because she was pregnant and believed she only married him because of that and secretly hates him. Marge doesn't do much do dissuade this perspective.
** Marge is right that Homer has more than a few flaws that annoy her, but she refuses to apologise for upsetting Homer and hurting his feelings out of trying to hold the moral high ground.
* {{Cameo}}: Music/WeirdAlYankovic, which he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] during the credits.

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* BothSidesHaveAPoint: The fight between Homer and Marge has valid points on both sides. \n** Homer's understandably upset when he finds Marge's angry letter after their night out and that she had a doctor's appointment because she was pregnant and believed she only married him because of that and secretly hates him. Marge doesn't do much do dissuade this perspective. \n** Marge Although she is right that Homer has more than a few flaws that annoy her, but she refuses to apologise for upsetting Homer and hurting his feelings out of trying to hold the moral high ground.
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* {{Cameo}}: Music/WeirdAlYankovic, which he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] {{lampshade|Hanging}}s during the credits.



* FullyAutomaticClipShow: The credits, set to Weird Al's parody of "Jack and Diane", shows clips from the episode. However, they also include a deleted scene Marge managing to lift the fridge and cleaning underneath it.

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* FullyAutomaticClipShow: The credits, set to Weird Al's parody of "Jack and Diane", shows clips from the episode. However, they also include a deleted scene of Marge managing to lift the fridge and cleaning underneath it.



* {{Jerkass}}: Moe forcefeeds Homer so much booze until he gets alcohol poisoning to stop him from realizing he has alcohol problems.

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* {{Jerkass}}: {{Jerkass}}:
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Moe forcefeeds Homer so much booze until he gets alcohol poisoning to stop him from realizing he has alcohol problems.



-->'''Homer''': Marge, did I ruin your life?
-->'''Marge''': Oh, is this about that billboard my sisters put up? ''[points outside to a billboard of Patty and Selma kicking Homer in the backside under the words "Kick Homer out of Springfield]''
-->'''Homer''': No. The voters will decide that in November.

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-->'''Homer''': -->'''Homer:''' Marge, did I ruin your life?
-->'''Marge''':
life?\\
'''Marge:'''
Oh, is this about that billboard my sisters put up? ''[points outside ''(opens the bedroom curtains to a reveal an animated billboard outside, alternating between the words "Homer out of Springfield -- Vote Yes on 104", and Patty and Selma kicking Homer in the backside under the words "Kick Homer out of Springfield]''
-->'''Homer''':
by a "Leaving Springfield" sign)''\\
'''Homer:'''
No. The voters will decide that in November.November.
* ShoutOut: When Julio criticizes the fruit bowls Grady made for breakfast, Homer calls him "[[Series/ILoveLucy Picky Ricardo]]".



--> '''Homer''': You guys don't have a gay time machine, do you?\\
'''Julio''': Yeah, it's called Grady's shoe closet.

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--> '''Homer''': '''Homer:''' You guys don't have a gay time machine, do you?\\
'''Julio''': '''Julio:''' Yeah, it's called Grady's shoe closet.\\
'''Grady:''' Hey, Julio... ouch.


* {{Cameo}}: Music/WeirdAlYankovic

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* {{Cameo}}: Music/WeirdAlYankovicMusic/WeirdAlYankovic, which he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] during the credits.

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* BothSidesHaveAPoint: The fight between Homer and Marge has valid points on both sides.
** Homer's understandably upset when he finds Marge's angry letter after their night out and that she had a doctor's appointment because she was pregnant and believed she only married him because of that and secretly hates him. Marge doesn't do much do dissuade this perspective.
** Marge is right that Homer has more than a few flaws that annoy her, but she refuses to apologise for upsetting Homer and hurting his feelings out of trying to hold the moral high ground.

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** Patty and Selma are [[ObnoxiousInlaws on fine form]]; Marge mentions they're trying to get a legal bill passed to have Homer kicked out of Springfield.
-->'''Homer''': Marge, did I ruin your life?
-->'''Marge''': Oh, is this about that billboard my sisters put up? ''[points outside to a billboard of Patty and Selma kicking Homer in the backside under the words "Kick Homer out of Springfield]''
-->'''Homer''': No. The voters will decide that in November.


* When Chief Wiggum catches Moe dumping Homer at the hospital with alcohol poisoning and demands an explanation, Moe claims Homer was drinking "at Harrigan's Pub down the street".

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* ** When Chief Wiggum catches Moe dumping Homer at the hospital with alcohol poisoning and demands an explanation, Moe claims Homer was drinking "at Harrigan's Pub down the street".

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* When Chief Wiggum catches Moe dumping Homer at the hospital with alcohol poisoning and demands an explanation, Moe claims Homer was drinking "at Harrigan's Pub down the street".


* TakeThat: An in-verse example

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* TakeThat: An in-verse example in-universe example:


* TimeSkip: [[spoiler:The ends with a skip to a future when Dr. Hibbert is an elderly man watching tape recordings from cameras he used to set at his workplace to figure out if the nurse was stealing sponges. Upon watching the one where Homer and Marge reconcile, he finally learns that she was indeed stealing sponges]].

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* TimeSkip: [[spoiler:The The ends with a skip to a future when Dr. Hibbert is an elderly man watching tape recordings from cameras he used to set at his workplace to figure out if the nurse was stealing sponges. Upon watching the one where Homer and Marge reconcile, he finally learns that she was indeed stealing sponges]].sponges.

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