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The Day the Earth Stood Cool
To Cur, with Love
Homer Goes to Prep School

TriviaEdit

  • The original title may refer to a british movie To Sir, With Love, it mays refer also to To Surveil With Love.
  • When Homer introduces the Black plague to the game, the Wilhelm scream can be heard.
  • During the flashback to Homer's time with Bongo, Harry Nilsson's song Me and My Arrow from the animated film The Point! can be heard.
  • Bongo's name is taken from the company that published comics related to The Simpsons as well as Matt Groening's other show Futurama.
  • The last time Professor Frink invented an audio-powered device which went out of control occurred in Last Tap Dance in Springfield.
  • The last time Springfield Elementary Students had to forcefully move the school bus like slaves occurred in On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister.
  • Herman's written a book called A Farewell To Arm (a reference to A Farewell to Arms, by Ernest Hemingway). Nelson's written one called i, Bully (a reference to i, Robot by Isaac Asimov). And Willie's written a novel called Postcards From The Hedge (which references Postcards from the Edge by Carrie Fisher).
  • This is the 10th episode to not have the Couch Gag, Billboard Gag, and the Chalkboard Gag. It is also the second episode in a row to not have the gags.

GoofsEdit

  • Despite Homer's MyPad being destroyed in A Tree Grows in Springfield, it appears again in this episode although he might've bought a new one.
  • In the flashback of this episode, while Homer was at age six (after his mother left) Chief Wiggum was part of a big brother program and a dog catcher during Homer's youth. However, when Homer was nine in Mother Simpson, Chief Wiggum was a younger security guard for Mr. Burns' germ warfare laboratory. Furthermore, Homer and Clancy are seen to be about the same age in "The Way We Weren't" and "Springfield Up", while here Homer is a child and Wiggum is an adult.
  • In the flashback of this episode, Homer meets Mr. Burns for the first time. However, Homer doesn't meet him until he first applies to work at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in a flashback in "I Married Marge".
  • In the flashback of this episode, Herman loses his arm while trying to hitch a ride to piano school, when the Springfield Animal Control Truck speeds by. However, it was implied in both Homer's Odyssey and Bart the General that he lost his arm while hanging it out of the school bus window. Even though he originally referenced this as a warning to Bart, he apparently wrote a memoir about it.
  • In the flashback the children that are seen are kids that are regularly seen at Springfield Elementary School. These children were obviously not born when Homer was a kid.


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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