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Bart the Fink
Lisa the Iconoclast
Homer the Smithers

TriviaEdit

  • The flag in Miss Hoover's classroom has 25 stars and 15 stripes. If she wanted to pay homage to the 1796 American flag, there should have only been 15 stars.
  • Diphtheria is a respiratory condition which is spread by saliva and causes inflammation of the nose.
  • The words "cromulent" and "embiggen" were both coined by the writers of this episode. Although completely made up, these words have since taken on a life of their own via the Internet and other media. "Cromulent" has also appeared in the Webster's New Millennium Dictionary of English.
  • Coincidentally, Donald Sutherland played a character named Homer Simpson in the 1975 film "The Day of the Locust."
  • This episode establishes that Kearney is older than any elementary school child should be. Not only does he shave, but Principal Skinner names him as the only person who is old enough to remember the 1976 Bicentennial (and, according to Kearney himself, the Watergate Scandal).
  • "Hollis" and "Hurlbut", the first and last names of the curator, are freshman dormitories at Harvard.
  • Apu refers to himself as a "semi-legal immigrant," which would later be explored in "Much Apu About Nothing."
  • A headline in the Springfield Shopper reads "Parade To Distract Joyless Citizenry".
  • This is the first time in the series that Lisa was arrested. However she's not handcuffed, implying she was given a warning.

GoofsEdit

  • When Lisa reads the diphtheria line in Jebidiah's confession, she is wearing Jebediah's cap. However, upon returning from the commercial break, she is no longer wearing the cap.
  • The flag Apu is holding during Lisa's speech has no stars. The same goes with all the flags following the Town Crier.
  • Sylvia Winfield appears in the background of patrons at the parade even though she and her husband left Springfield in the Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block.


Season 6 Season 7 References/Trivia Season 8
Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)Radioactive ManHome Sweet Homediddly-Dum-DoodilyBart Sells His SoulLisa the VegetarianTreehouse of Horror VIKing-Size HomerMother SimpsonSideshow Bob's Last GleamingThe Simpsons 138th Episode SpectacularMarge Be Not ProudTeam HomerTwo Bad NeighborsScenes from the Class Struggle in SpringfieldBart the FinkLisa the IconoclastHomer the SmithersThe Day the Violence DiedA Fish Called SelmaBart on the Road22 Short Films About SpringfieldRaging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"Much Apu About NothingHomerpaloozaSummer of 4 Ft. 2

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