- Foe Yay: "Wanted: Dead, then Alive" features some subtext between Bob and Bart. Bob even decides to revive Bart because it brought him some excitement in his life.Bob: And now, Bart, let's bring the old spark back to our special relationship.
- No Yay: And yet, Elvis Costello's "Accidents Will Happen", played in the background of Bart's Death Montage, may be this, since the song implies to Bob to be a pedophile or a Memetic Molester taking revenge toward Bart. Perhaps the song is a bit too... unsettling. Well, that... and the "I ♥ Bart" tattoo on Bob's back and the necrophilia between both of them.
- Fridge Brilliance: The monster killing Homer at the end of the Couch Gag makes a lot more sense when you remember that the monster burst out of Frank Grimes' grave...
- Hilarious in Hindsight: The Box Office Bomb in the Foreign Remake of "Homerzilla", which is a Take That! to Roland Emmerich's 1998 adaptation of Godzilla, became this when Emmerich's Independence Day: Resurgence got hit with Sequelitis and, while bringing back its own budget, doesn't reach the record-breaking box office totals the original Independence Day film did.
- Just Here for Godzilla: "Wanted: Dead, then Alive" is what more people remember than the other two shorts (one of which, ironically, is a parody of the Godzilla the trope mentions). The fact that "Wanted" is Troperiffic than the other two helps.
- The John Kricfaluski opening is also this.
- Squick/Nausea Fuel: Bob killing Bart with a Harpoon Gun is one thing, but to see him rip out Bart's heart from his chest, disembowel him by pulling out his large intestine, leave him to rot as a corpse with flatulence, desecrate the corpse, bludgeon him to death with a sledgehammer, blow his head clean off with a pistol, and hack him into bits with an ax is just... way too much.
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