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The Kid is All Right
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TriviaEdit

  • Up until Isabel told him, Bart never knew what ¡Ay, caramba! means.
  • The title is a parody of the 2010 comedy-drama film, The Kids Are All Right.
  • Hypnotoad and the Horrible Gelatenous Blob from Futurama make a cameo. 
  • This is the first episode where Bart throws spitballs at Lisa to get her attention.
  • At the end of the episode, Homer (in the future) is watching TV with his counterpart from the Musicville couch gag which started this episode.
  • This is a episode where it was edited in the name for the future episode The Kids Are All Fight.
  • Lisa quotes Mr. Burns once again with his phrase "Excellent" after watching a video of Isabel on training wheels.

ContinuityEdit

  • Lisa's relationship with Nelson is mentioned in this episode.
  • This is the second episode where Bart shoots spitballs at Lisa. The first was "Fat Man And Little Boy".
  • In the banner shed, banners from past episodes and events are shown. Whacking Day: School Closed, ("Whacking Day"), Congratulations Bart, On Being A Genius, (Bart The Genius), The New Funzos Are Here, (Grift of the Magi), and Coping With The Dome, (The Simpsons Movie).
  • Lisa's tablet says that Harry Nolsson "composed" the song "One", and died of a heart attack on Valentine's Day. In reality, Nolsson merely wrote the lyrics to the song. And while he really did have a heart attack on Valentine's Day 1993, he survived it, only to be killed by another heart attack on January 15th, 1994.
  • In one of the earliest episodes of The Simpsons is mention about Marge Simpson activities in the Jimmy Carter presidential campaign, however, in The Kid is All Right is mentioned she supported Bush and Reagan (This doesn't preclude the possibility of Marge supporting Carter in '80 and Reagan in '84).
  • For Marge to be able to vote in '80 or '84, she would have to be at least 48 years old, or 52 to have voted in '80.


Season 24 Season 25 References/Trivia Season 26
HomerlandTreehouse of Horror XXIVFour Regrettings and a FuneralYoloLabor PainsThe Kid is All RightYellow SubterfugeWhite Christmas BluesSteal This EpisodeMarried to the BlobSpecs and the CityDiggsThe Man Who Grew Too MuchThe Winter of His ContentThe War of ArtYou Don't Have to Live Like a RefereeLuca$Days of Future FutureWhat to Expect When Bart's ExpectingBrick Like MePay PalThe Yellow Badge of Cowardge

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