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Little Girl in the Big Ten
The Frying Game
Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge

Cultural references Edit

  • The episode title is a pun on the 1992 movie The Crying Game.
  • The "Reversal of Freedom Act of 1994" cited by the EPA Scientist may be a pun on the Freedom of Information Act.
  • The "Reversal of Freedom Act of 1994" is actually a reference to the 'Endangered Species Act' which forces landowners to take care of any endangered animals that that take up residence in their land.
  • Homer's and Marge's insistence that the Man with the Braces murdered Myrna Bellamy is a reference to Richard Kimble's saying that the one-armed man is the real killer in the 1993 movie The Fugitive, which was based on the 1960s TV series.
  • References from the 1999 movie The Green Mile:
    • When Homer is on his way to the electric chair, the music in the background is from the movie's soundtrack.
    • The prisoner who asks Homer to "Give me your hands, boss" and then threatens to kill him is a parody of John Coffey (played by the late Michael Clarke Duncan).
    • Chief Wiggum sheds a tear after Homer is strapped into the electric chair, as does prison guard Dean Stanton at John Coffey's execution.
    • The music is played again (briefly) just before the closing credits roll.
  • The TV show Frame Up may be a reference to, and parody of, hidden camera prank reality shows, like Candid Camera and Punk'd.

Trivia Edit

  • Homer is convicted of buggery. While meant to sound like a crime against insects, it's actually a British term for male homosexual intercourse, which, in Britain, was considered a crime.
  • At the end of the episode, Bart claims he ate so much shrimp, but in "Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em," Skinner finds out that Bart has a shrimp allergy.
  • The Simpsons also find themselves at odds with the EPA in The Simpsons Movie.
  • Myrna Bellamy is seen wearing her necklace a few scenes after she is shown without the necklace.
  • In this episode, Homer thinks about becoming a prison snitch. He actually becomes one in The Seven-Beer Snitch.
  • This episode was originally going to be Season 13's finale, but FOX wanted "Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge" to be a 'bonus episode' of Season 13.
  • When Homer first lifts up Mrs. Bellamy, the scissors aren't seen in her back.
  • When the family is seen at church, Apu and Sanjay are both present. They are both Hindu and shouldn't be there.
  • The people seen at Homer's execution are:

• Ned Flanders • Mrs. Skinner • Principal Skinner • Moe • Lenny • Patty and Selma • the Man With Braces • Grandpa • Apu • the Screaming Caterpillar • Former President George H. W. Bush


Season 12 Season 13 References/Trivia Season 14
Treehouse of Horror XIIThe Parent RapHomer the MoeA Hunka Hunka Burns in LoveThe Blunder YearsShe of Little FaithBrawl in the FamilySweets and Sour MargeJaws Wired ShutHalf-Decent ProposalThe Bart Wants What It WantsThe Lastest Gun in the WestThe Old Man and the KeyTales from the Public DomainBlame It on LisaWeekend at Burnsie'sGump RoastI Am Furious (Yellow)The Sweetest ApuLittle Girl in the Big TenThe Frying GamePoppa's Got a Brand New Badge

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