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3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage/References
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"3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage"
- The song Homer sings in the couch gag is from the animated short Your Face by Bill Plympton.
- Movies at the Capital City Googolplex Theatres:
- Transformers: Fatigue,
- Marvel: Letter to the Editor,
- Reboot: Origins, a reference to Marvel's reboots,
- Disney's 'The Teacup Ride' , a reference to Disney World's Mad Tea Party,
- The Lego Get Out Movie, a reference to The Lego Movie,
- Snapchat Filters: the Movie,
- Filleting Dory, a reference to Finding Dory,
- Alexa vs. Siri, a reference to the Amazon Alexa app and iPhone's Siri,
- Pirates 6: The Lost Treasure of Johnny Depp, a reference to the Pirates of the Caribbean film series.
- Credits of the superhero movie:
- In the middle-credits sequence, Ben Parker, Spider-Man's uncle, is alive and evil. He then says the line "with great power comes no responsibility", a reference to his line in the comics "with great power comes great responsibility".
- The practice of post-credit sequences on Marvel's movies is referenced. The Avengers are referenced in both the middle-credit sequence (directly) and the post-credit sequence (Assemblers Assemble!). Amongst them are characters resembling:
- Wonder Woman,
- Green Lantern,
- Iron Man,
- Silver Surfer,
- Doctor Strange,
- Blue Beetle,
- Howard the Duck,
- Ghost Rider,
- Squirrel Girl
- A rock band that resembles the Kiss, except one member is missing.
- Homer says that the only reason they stayed for the credits was to see who sang "The Power of Love", and it was usually Huey Lewis.
- The man on the roof mentions Kit Carson.
- Rolling Scone, and the font used on its logo, is a reference to Rolling Stone.
- John Lennon's naked pose on the cover is similar to his naked pose on the January 22nd 1981 cover of Rolling Stone.
- The magazine Subscriptions Weekly has issues of Peephole, Newsweek, Dollars and Timely, a reference to Time, on the front.
- The scene where Moe plays the fiddle is a reference to the movie Heaven's Gate.
- Queasy Rider is a parody of the 1969 movie Easy Rider.
- The song playing during Queasy Rider is "Time Has Come Today" by The Chambers Brothers.
- JJ Gruff's character and looks are based on J. Jonah Jameson. He's also voiced by J. K. Simmons, original voice actor for Jameson in the the original Spider-Man trilogy and other.
- Flashmouth is a play on Smash Mouth.
- Booberella's real name was revealed, Barbara Lelavinski.
- The episode implies that the apartment was in Capital City. However, Marge worked for the Springfield Shopper and all their friends who visited their apartment and nightlife locations implies that they were in Springfield. At the end of the episode, they are seen driving into Springfield, which is too close to be another town away.