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* FauxHorrific: As part of the overall {{Retcon}}, some of the "cruel" things the Kamp Krusty children were forced to endure include a production of ''Film/TheParentTrap'' by the drama club.


** Lisa tells counselors that one of the many tortures they had to endure at Kamp Krusty was watching ''Film/TheParentTrap'' every night.

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** Lisa tells counselors that one of the many tortures they had to endure at Kamp Krusty was watching ''Film/TheParentTrap'' ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'' every night.


** Martin Prince is seen dressed as ''The Phantom of the Opera'' in a play, even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.


** Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney are seen rebelling against the camp, even though they were the counselors against whom the campers were rebelling and were reported as missing.

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** Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney are seen rebelling against the camp, even though they were the counselors against whom the campers were rebelling and were reported as missing.missing during the chaos.


** Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney are seen rebelling against the camp, even though they were the counselors against whom the campers were rebelling.

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** Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney are seen rebelling against the camp, even though they were the counselors against whom the campers were rebelling.rebelling and were reported as missing.


** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''The Phantom of the Opera'' in a play, even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.

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** Martin Prince is shown seen dressed as ''The Phantom of the Opera'' in a play, even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.


** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''The Phantom of the Opera'', even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.

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** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Opera'' in a play, even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.


** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''Theatre/The Phantom of the Opera'', even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.

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** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''Theatre/The ''The Phantom of the Opera'', even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.


** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''Theatre/ The Phantom of the Opera'', even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.

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** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''Theatre/ The ''Theatre/The Phantom of the Opera'', even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.

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** Martin Prince is shown dressed as ''Theatre/ The Phantom of the Opera'', even though he was at fat camp until the rebellion.


** Nelson is seen coming off the bus in this episode, despite not being a camper in the original episode.[[note]]Thatís not actually true. Martin was on the bus that went there as he went to to the adjacent Krusty Fat camp. Sung the Kamp Krusty song and participated in the rebellion. [[/note]]

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** Nelson is seen coming off the bus in this episode, despite not being a camper in the original episode.[[note]]Thatís not actually true. Martin was on the bus that went there as he went to to the adjacent Krusty Fat camp. Sung the Kamp Krusty song and participated in the rebellion. [[/note]]


** Nelson is seen coming off the bus in this episode, despite not being a camper in the original episode.

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** Nelson is seen coming off the bus in this episode, despite not being a camper in the original episode.[[note]]Thatís not actually true. Martin was on the bus that went there as he went to to the adjacent Krusty Fat camp. Sung the Kamp Krusty song and participated in the rebellion. [[/note]]


** Most importantly, the slave labor, cruelty, and starvation the campers went through is never mentioned. Any memories of the camp are to things that never happened in the original episode, and were not really cruel except in a hyperbolic satirical way. For example, instead of Lisa saying they were fed gruel and made wallets, she brings up how they were shown the Parent Trap or were forced to watch the the camp production of Phantom of the Opera.


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** Most importantly, the slave labor, cruelty, and starvation the campers went through is never mentioned. Any memories of the camp are to things that never happened in the original episode, and were not really cruel except in a hyperbolic satirical way. For example, instead of Lisa saying they were fed gruel and made wallets, she brings up how they were shown the Parent Trap or were forced to watch the the camp production of Phantom of the Opera.

Opera.


* RetroactiveContinuity: And ''how''. This episode contains so many inexplicable changes from the source material that it is heavily debatable how much of a sequel this episode even is. Despite having the same writer as the original episode, it does not show. We cannot expect a writer to remember every detail about a previous work, especially from almost a quarter-century later, but we would have expected him to have at least ''watched'' the original episode before doing a sequel.

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* RetroactiveContinuity: {{Retcon}}: And ''how''. This episode contains so many inexplicable changes from the source material that it is heavily debatable how much of a sequel this episode even is. Despite having the same writer as the original episode, it does not show. We cannot expect a writer to remember every detail about a previous work, especially from almost a quarter-century later, but we would have expected him to have at least ''watched'' the original episode before doing a sequel.


** Lisa tells counselors that one of the many tortures they had to endure at Kamp Krusty was watching ''Film/TheParentTrap'' every night.

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** Lisa tells counselors that one of the many tortures they had to endure at Kamp Krusty was watching ''Film/TheParentTrap'' every night.night.
* WeWantOurJerkBack / StatusQuoIsGod: Homer's "brain" workers: "Everybody down below the belt! ''We will not be coming back!''"

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