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* OffModel: In one of the deleted scenes, Krusty's nose is briefly colored the same as the rest of his face instead of red like normal.

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* CallBack: Fat Tony having a son named Michael was first mentioned in [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS16E14TheSevenBeerSnitch "The Seven-Beer Snitch"]].


* BlindIdiotTranslation: When Homer's line about ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale'' being the greatest mob film of all time was translated for Brazilian viewers, it made Homer call the film by a literal translation of the title instead of the movie's Brazilian title.[[note]]Brazilians know the movie as "O Espanta [=Tubarões=]"(The Shark Scarer) but Homer calls it "O Conto do Tubarão")[[/note]]

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: When Homer's line about ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale'' being the greatest mob film of all time was translated for Brazilian viewers, it made Homer call the film by a literal translation of the title instead of the movie's Brazilian title.[[note]]Brazilians know the movie as "O Espanta [=Tubarões=]"(The Shark Scarer) but Homer calls it "O Conto do Tubarão")[[/note]]Tubarão".[[/note]]

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: When Homer's line about ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale'' being the greatest mob film of all time was translated for Brazilian viewers, it made Homer call the film by a literal translation of the title instead of the movie's Brazilian title.[[note]]Brazilians know the movie as "O Espanta [=Tubarões=]"(The Shark Scarer) but Homer calls it "O Conto do Tubarão")[[/note]]


* PunBasedTitle: The episode title is a pun on ''TheCookTheThiefHisWifeAndHerLover''.

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* PunBasedTitle: The episode title is a pun on ''TheCookTheThiefHisWifeAndHerLover''.''Film/TheCookTheThiefHisWifeAndHerLover''.


* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: After a rocky start (see BlatantLies above) Homer teaming up with Bart make a decent mafia leader.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass:
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After a rocky start (see BlatantLies above) Homer teaming up with Bart make a decent mafia leader.leader.
** Michael spends most of the episode being a fraidy cat of a child, but he uses his skill as a cook by pulling off a masterstroke of a Mafia assassination, by poisoning all of his father's enemies with the dinner he prepared.


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* FailedAttemptAtDrama: The final scene has Michael and Lisa reenacting the final scene from ''Film/TheGodfather''... except the door opens again on its own and we (and Lisa) see Michael is playing a board game inside of his office with his co-workers. Michael has to stop the game and walk to the door and close it again, and it is ''then'' that the episode cuts to credits.


* {{Expy}}: Fat Tony's son, Michael is an obvious one of Michael Corleone from ''Franchise/TheGodfather''.

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* {{Expy}}: Fat Tony's son, Michael is an obvious one of Michael Corleone from ''Franchise/TheGodfather''.''Film/TheGodfather''.

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* JustJokingJustification: Upon finding out the boy he's picking on is Fat Tony's son, Nelson fearfully comes up with that excuse.


** OverlyLongGag: Homer brought a ''truck'' that "fell off a truck-truck". Later, Bart brought a ''truck-truck'' that "fell off a truck-truck...-truck". Then Maggie brought a ''truck-truck-truck''.

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** OverlyLongGag: EscalatingPunchline: Homer brought a ''truck'' that "fell off a truck-truck". Later, Bart brought a ''truck-truck'' that "fell off a truck-truck...-truck". Then Maggie brought a ''truck-truck-truck''.

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* ShoutOut: The final scene is a parody of the last scene in ''Film/TheGodfather''.

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* PunBasedTitle: The episode title is a pun on ''TheCookTheThiefHisWifeAndHerLover''.

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* BilingualBonus: ''Mangiare, mi amici'' (literally "eat, my friends").

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* OwMyBodypart: Krusty yelps about his schnoz, his punim, his pupik and his [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign genechtagazoink]] as the mobsters beat him.

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* OutOfCharacter: Bart making fun of Otto for no reason comes off as this as they had always gotten along in previous episodes.


* {{Expy}}: Fat Tony's son being called Michael is an obvious one to of Michael Corleone from ''Franchise/TheGodfather''.

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* {{Expy}}: Fat Tony's son being called son, Michael is an obvious one to of Michael Corleone from ''Franchise/TheGodfather''.

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