|Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind||
Cultural references Edit
- The title is a reference to the 2004 movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
- The plot and imagery are a homage to It's a Wonderful Life.
- The chalkboard gag refers to Hannah Montana.
- Scrat the Squirrel from Ice Age makes an appearance.
- The closing song is a cover of Day After Day by Badfinger.
- Homer falls off a bridge only to be saved and have a surprise party for him. Similar to "The Game" with Michael Douglas.
- Forget me Shot is a parody of Forget me Not.
- The bartender spitting into Homer's drink before he forgets everything is a reference to the movie "Memento".
- Homer grows fast-forwarded is the music video Everyday by Carly Comando.
- At the end of "Picture A Day for 39 Years" scene there's a YouTube replay parody with the exact 50 seconds listed as how long the scene lasts which is true. The bottom of the video list is a video of "Kitten Smokes on Toilet" which has an incredibly more views than the scene.
- While falling, Homer's life flashes before his eyes. The scene is a parody on the popular YouTube video by Noah Kalina which features a fast montage of thousands of pictures of him spanning a period of six years all played sequentially.
- When Chief Wiggum asks Homer who the Jack the Ripper is, Homer says it's the queen's private surgeon. Referencing theories about the murderer that he was connected to the royal family which was why he wasn't caught.
- Julio's revealed to originally from Costa Rica, when he's with a group of Mexicans beating up Krusty the Clown for his offensive jokes towards Hispanic-Americans.
- This is the second Homer tries to jump off the only bridge outta town, the first being Homer's Odyssey, but in that episode he didn't succeed in jumping.
- We learn Marge doesn't get along with Sarah Wiggum, hence why she had to lie to Clancy so he can't bring her.
- This is the second time someone pushes Homer from a great height where he planned to jump in the first place. The first was in Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder.
- In the "Picture a day for 39 years" it reveals that Homer failed the second grade. Homer would be smart at that time from the simpsons gene shown in "Lisa the Simpson". This explains the Simpsons gene doesn't affect the whole series.
- During "Picture A Day for 39 Years" part, Homer makes a Pyramid, The Taj Mahal, and The Brooklyn Bridge out of "Duff" beer cans.
- In the "Picture A Day for 39 Years", there are versions of Homer from previous episodes.
- "Tennis The Menace" with Marge
- "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily" Krabappel talking to Nelson on picture day.
- "The Call of the Simpsons" seen as bigfoot and when they arrive at the park.
- "The Crepes of Wrath" Ugolin and Bart on the motorcycle
- "The Telltale Head" talking to the mob and in Sunday School.
- "Viva Ned Flanders" Amber and Ginger with Gunter and Ernst.
- "Behind the Laughter" The Simpons greeting everyone.
- "Itchy & Scratchy & Marge" Homer talking to his family
- "HOMR" Moe doing Homer's brain surgery.
- "Das Bus" Bart and Martin eating
- "Treehouse of Horror" Serak the Preparer putting in salt.
- "Krusty Gets Busted" Krusty lined up with a bunch of clowns
- "Treehouse of Horror VI" Willie as the giant spider and in Martin's dream.
- "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation" When Otto, Apu, Wiggum and Homer arrive
- "Homer Loves Flanders" Ned with his gun.
- "Lisa's Pony" Lisa on her pony.
- "Homer's Night Out" Homer with Gulliver Dark.
- "Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy" (the farm where Homer lived as a child)
- "D'oh-in' in the Wind" (the mural by Mona painted for Homer)
- "Mother Simpson" (Mona leaving Abe and young Homer)
- "The Way We Was" (Homer and Marge together at high school)
- "Homer's Barbershop Quartet" (stage costume)
- "Homer and Apu" (with giant novelty hat)
- "Homer the Great" (with either The Stone of Shame or The Stone of Triumph)
- "King-Size Homer" (morbidly obese)
- "Lisa the Iconoclast" (as Town Crier)
- "Jaws Wired Shut" (his jaws were wired shut)
- "I Am Furious (Yellow)" (as Hulk)
- "Mr. Plow" (probably)
- "The Bart of War" (dressed as indigenous man)
- "See Homer Run" (as salamander)
- "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore" (Indian-dressed)
- "G.I. (Annoyed Grunt)" (soldier)
- "Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair)" (ice cream salesman)
- "Crook and Ladder" (fireman)
- The Great Louse Detective (Mardi Grass king)
- Other pictures includes him dressed up various ways not from episodes, for example, Homer was dressed as Santa, but probably it came from "'Tis the Fifteenth Season", because Homer was dressed as Santa there.
- One of the snow statues in the sledding scene was the Kool Aid guy from Family Guy.
- In Homer's memories, he was shown diving naked near a cliff, but he couldn't have remembered that because it was in a dream that Marge had in church. There's also another memory from Martin's dream from Treehouse of Horror VI. It is possible that Homer imagined them separately.
- Through the first two acts, as well as during Homer's cascade, it is winter in Springfield and the snow falls in many scenes, if not it is on the ground. In the party boat scene, all of a sudden there is no precipitation and everyone is dressed lightly as if it were a warm, pleasant night (not to mention it would be weird to be partying on a ship's deck in cold weather).
- After Homer jumped on the boat you can see the boat is far away from the bridge.
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|He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs • The Homer of Seville • Midnight Towboy • I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings • Treehouse of Horror XVIII • Little Orphan Millie • Husbands and Knives • Funeral for a Fiend • Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind • E. Pluribus Wiggum • That '90s Show • Love, Springfieldian Style • The Debarted • Dial "N" for Nerder • Smoke on the Daughter • Papa Don't Leech • Apocalypse Cow • Any Given Sundance • Mona Leaves-a • All About Lisa|