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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge/References

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Cultural References



  • Otto doesn't seem to have suffer any burns after being on fire and his clothes stay intact.
  • How did the police know Marge will show up at home?
  • In the last scene of the second act, as Marge is being arrested after confronting Becky, Becky isn't wearing lipstick.

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