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Marge Gets a Job
New Kid on the Block
Mr. Plow

Citations

  • The name of the episode is a play on the boy band New Kids On The Block, who had been popular a few years before this episode.
  • The scene where Moe is about to cut Jimbo when he and Laura are making out is a reference to the rule in horror movies that when the couple makes out they get attacked or killed by the monster or the killer. 

Trivia

  • In the flashback when Jimbo puts Bart's head in the toilet, Bart's shirt is light green (rather than the usual orange). So it is likely that these are younger versions of Bart and Jimbo.
  • This episode marks the debut of Captain Horatio McCallister (The Sea Captain), the owner of The Frying Dutchman.
  • When Dolph says, "That chick's messin' with our minds!", he sounds like Jimbo (who is voiced by Pamela Hayden). Dolph's usual voice actor is Tress MacNeille.
  • According to Bart's phone call to Moe's Tavern, the Simpson family's original address was 1094 Evergreen Terrace, rather than 742.
  • The shot of Homer drooling at the commercial for The Frying Dutchman is recycled from "Bart's Friend Falls in Love" (the scene where Homer is drooling over a food commercial) and is mirror flipped in this episode.
  • One of the WB's ads for the show, titled "Homie: the Buffet Slayer" (a parody of the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, complete with its theme music being used for the purposes of the ad.) featured scenes from this episode (specifically the scenes where Homer took the "all you can eat buffet" slogan for the Frying Dutchman literally).
  • The "Northern Exposure" theme plays as Homer chases away a moose from the Simpsons' trash.


Season 3 Season 4 References/Trivia Season 5
Kamp KrustyA Streetcar Named MargeHomer the HereticLisa the Beauty QueenTreehouse of Horror IIIItchy & Scratchy: The MovieMarge Gets a JobNew Kid on the BlockMr. PlowLisa's First WordHomer's Triple BypassMarge vs. the MonorailSelma's ChoiceBrother from the Same PlanetI Love LisaDufflessLast Exit to SpringfieldSo It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip ShowThe FrontWhacking DayMarge in ChainsKrusty Gets Kancelled

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