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The Day the Earth Stood Cool
Cultural References Edit
The name of the episode is an obvious reference to the film "The Day The Earth Stood Still".
Lisa's last sentence "No matter where you go I will find you" is a reference to the movie "The Last of the Mohicans".
In T-Rex's room, he has a banner of English football club West Ham United. Although for some reason, the colours of the badge are green and gold instead of red and blue.
Disco Stu wears a Daft Punk helmet and he says "Disco Stu has found a new thing" in a robotic voice. The helmet is Thomas Bangalter's Helmet.
The people that came to the Springfield were called "cool", but they seemed to dress and act like "hipsters".
The satirical newspaper that Marge picks up is " The Onion."
One of the posters Bart and Lisa put up is "Rockshow," a possible reference to " The Rock Show" by Blink-182.
T-Rex mentions having a Tumblr page dedicated to posers.
As Bart and T-Rex begin fighting, the band plays the fight music from Star Trek.
The Decemberists appear as Springfield Charter Co-Op Experiment's new music teachers. Singer Colin Meloy asking who wants to "learn a song about press gangs and infanticide" refers to their 2009 song "The Rake".
There is no opening sequence in this episode. Marking this as the 9th episode to not have the Couch Gag, Billboard Gag and the Chalkboard Gag.
This is the second episode where people from a different area move to Springfield which effects the whole area. The first was Coming to Homerica.
Before this episode came out in The Simpsons: Tapped Out players could build the Cool Brown House for their Springfield for a limited time.
Terrence and Emily hire a tattoo artist for T-Rex's birthday party even though it is illegal for children to get tattoos.