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Gone Abie Gone
Penny-Wiseguys
A Tree Grows in Springfield

Cultural referencesEdit

  • The title of this episode is a pun on the old saying, "Penny wise, pound foolish." "Penny Wise" and "Pound Foolish" are also the pseudonyms used for Jon Vitti and David Silverman for the Simpsons clip show episodes "Another Simpsons Clip Show" and "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular".
  • "Hungarian Rhapsody" is a famous piano song by Franz Liszt, which Bart pointed out was used in the Bugs Bunny short "Rhapsody Rabbit".
  • The quotes where Dan says to just other parts of the horses body in people's beds and not just the head, is a reference to the horse head scene in The Godfather.
  • The music playing during Fat Tony's giving of the verdict was J.S. Bach's Passacaglia in C Minor.

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ContinuityEdit


Season 23 Season 24 References/Trivia Season 25
Moonshine RiverTreehouse of Horror XXIIIAdventures in Baby-GettingGone Abie GonePenny-WiseguysA Tree Grows in SpringfieldThe Day the Earth Stood CoolTo Cur, with LoveHomer Goes to Prep SchoolA Test Before TryingChanging of the GuardianLove is a Many Splintered ThingHardly Kirk-ingGorgeous GrampaBlack-Eyed, PleaseDark Knight CourtWhat Animated Women WantPulpit FrictionWhiskey BusinessThe Fabulous Faker BoyThe Saga of CarlDangers on a Train

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