Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Cultural references Edit
- It's the third time a title is used based on the famous da Vinci painting called Mona Lisa, the Mona Lisa the first two being "Moaning Lisa" and "Moe'N'a Lisa".
- During Homer's 'Difficult Task' a guard references Monk by saying "Ever since you started watching Monk you've been acting like Monk, you're not Monk."
- After disposing of the guards, Homer makes a reference to the movie Babe by saying "That'll do brick, that'll do".
- The song White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane plays briefly when the Hemp purse is burning and the scent is transferred through the ventilation shaft.
- When Homer parachutes down to his family using a Union Jack (Flag of the United Kingdom) parachute, James Bond style music plays.
- The Stuff n' Hug store is a parody of Build a Bear Workshop.
- This episode is widely considered one of the most upsetting episode of The Simpsons.
- Ironically, Lisa stealing Mona's earrings and giving up on the mountain climb are signs of the rebellious spirit she gave Lisa.
- This episode marks the final return and death of Mona Simpson.
- The Simpsons family returns from the Stuff n' Hug store in the evening, but as Homer walks into the kitchen, spinning the "Defender", he stops next to a window and the sky outside is much brighter.