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Cultural ReferencesEdit

  • The title and the episode itself pays homage to the 2014 award-winning movie "Boyhood" by Richard Linklater.
  • After Bart destroyed the street lamps, Chief Wiggum refers to the act as "A Lightmare on Elm Street", a reference to the horror movie A Nightmare on Elm Street.
  • Milhouse refferences the song 'My Girlfriend Who Lives in Canada,' from the musical, Avenue Q.
    • However, Milhouse insists on calling the fake girlfriend Alberta and saying that she's from Alberta, so that it'll be easier to not be caught on the lie. This is a reference to the part of the song where Rod (the character who sings the song) says the that his supposed girlfriend, "Alberta", is from Vancouver but slips up at the end of the song by saying, "Soon I'll be off to Alberta."

TriviaEdit

Year Bart's Age Lisa's Age Maggie's Age Homer's Age Marge's Age Abe's Age
2012 6 4 Unborn 35 33 59
Late 2013  7.5 5.5 Unborn 36.5 34.5 60.5
2018 12 10 3 41 39 65
2021 15 13 6 44 42 Deceased
2024 18 16 9 47 45 Deceased
2026 20 18 11 49 47 Deceased
2036 30 28 21 59 57 Deceased
  • During the second time period, Homer's hair resembles how it looked when he was briefly drawn in Family Guy's art style during his brawl with Peter Griffin in "The Simpsons Guy".

GoofsEdit

  • This episode suggests that Lisa was the one who painted the boat painting above the couch, but in the episode The War of Art, It's said that Marge, and later Klaus painted it.
  • When Bart is making caricatures, there's a red sign showing some of his drawings, but when he talks with "Nothing" Stu, the sign is gone.
  • The family is growing up in this episode (also the others) but remain the same voices.
    • This happened because the viewers wanted to see who the characters were. Bart's voice is different at the end of the episode.
    • This also happened in Holidays of Future Passed.
  • According to Abe's age, Abe is 65 in 2018, but in Million-Dollar Abie, Abe says he is 83.


Season 26 Season 27 References/Trivia Season 28
Every Man's DreamCue DetectivePufflessHalloween of HorrorTreehouse of Horror XXVIFriend with BenefitLisa with an "S"Paths of GloryBarthoodThe Girl CodeTeenage Mutant Milk-caused HurdlesMuch Apu About SomethingLove Is in the N2-O2-Ar-CO2-Ne-He-CH4Gal of Constant SorrowLisa the VeterinarianThe Marge-ian ChroniclesThe Burns CageLisa Got Her Marge BackFland CanyonTo Courier with LoveSimprovisedOrange is the New Yellow

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