Simpsons Tall Tales/References
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- The first story tells the story of the giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan.
- Paul Bunyan fought Rodan from the film Rodan.
- As Paul and Marge run towards each other. "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing" by The Four Aces, from the film Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing plays.
- One of the stuffed toys in the Museum of Stuffed Animals is of Binky from Life in Hell.
- Paul Bunyan is said to have caused the Great Chicago Fire.
- The second story tells the story of Johnny Appleseed, except changed to Connie Appleseed.
- Homer Bufflekill sings "Cleaning My Gun with the Safety Off" to the tune of "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush".
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- The third story tells the story of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.
- The name of Pone, Pelts and Beyond is a reference to Bed Bath & Beyond.
- Captain Julius Hibbert sings "Ol' Man River" from the musical Show Boat.
- Krusty the Clown mentions president Millard Fillmore.
- Two scenes appear in the credits, but don't appear in the episode:
- They are: A deleted scene where Babe kicks Paul in the crotch and "Treehouse of Horror XI" where Kang and Kodos answer the phone.
- During the Gracie Films logo for this episode, Homer says "Oh boy, buffalo testicles!" and then chomps.
- The Simpson family going to Delaware is a call back to the ending of the season 11 episode "Behind the Laughter". At the end of that episode, the Simpsons win a trip to Delaware and want to visit Wilmington and a screen door factory. These places are mentioned at the beginning of "Simpsons Tall Tales" too.