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Angry Dad: The Movie
The Scorpion's Tale
A Midsummer's Nice Dream

TriviaEdit

  • The name of the desert of Springfield is called Satan’s Anvil, where it was likely due to the rock-shaped figure that looks like Satan as a blacksmith.
  • We learn Seymour Skinner was once bitten by a rattlesnake on where Superintendent Chalmers often plays a prank to remind him.
  • The last time a Simpson's eye sticks out was in Lard of the Dance. In this episode, Bart is impressed about the family having its own 'monster' when both of Abe's eyes protrude right out of their sockets although it grossed him out in Lard of the Dance when Homer's eye bulge out while it was still in its socket.
  • The main flower is this episode is called Silvertongue. In Lisa the Iconoclast, it is revealed that Jebediah Springfield had a silver tongue.

Citations Edit

  • The coyote chasing the road runner is an obvious reference to the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote cartoons.
  • The orchestral music accompanying the scenes of senior citizens playing outdoors is modeled on Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 1 in D Major.
Season 21 Season 22 References/Trivia Season 23
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