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Bart Gets an Elephant/References

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Season 5 Episode References
097 "Homer Loves Flanders"
098
"Bart Gets an Elephant"
"Burns' Heir" 099

Debut Appearances[edit]

Cultural references[edit]

  • When Marge turns on the radio the song playing is "Sixteen Tons" by Tennessee Ernie Ford.
  • When Homer accidentally drives into a deer statue, Homer responds with "D'oh!", quickly followed by "A deer!" by Lisa and "A female deer!" by Marge. This is a reference to a song in the movie The Sound of Music.
  • The Springfield Tar Pit's are a nod to the La Bara Tar Pits in LA.
  • The scene where Stampy is seen peering into the Simpsons' house parodies the T-Rex peering through the jeep door in Jurassic Park. Also, Stampy is laying on his side similar to the sick Triceratops in the movie.

Goofs[edit]

  • In this episode Bill has black skin.
  • The head of Xtapolapocetl is colored pink and green.
Season 5 References
Homer's Barbershop Quartet Cape Feare Homer Goes to College Rosebud Treehouse of Horror IV Marge on the Lam Bart's Inner Child Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood The Last Temptation of Homer $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) Homer the Vigilante Bart Gets Famous Homer and Apu Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy Deep Space Homer Homer Loves Flanders Bart Gets an Elephant Burns' Heir Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song The Boy Who Knew Too Much Lady Bouvier's Lover Secrets of a Successful Marriage