Homer Simpson, Grampa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Krusty the Clown, Groundskeeper Willie, and others
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Lou, and others
Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, Waylon Smithers, Kent Brockman, and others
Marge Simpson, Patty Bouvier, and Selma Bouvier
Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, Todd Flanders, and others
Milhouse Van Houten, Rod Flanders, Jimbo Jones, and others
Martin Prince, Sherri, Terri and others
The Simpsons now own a satellite radio.
In the first story Homer falls into the cage in the water and the door closes (and apparently locks). Homer then escapes, but falls back into the water, and somehow gets back into the cage even though it was locked.
When The Glove is first introduced, a poster with the atomic structure of caffeine can be seen on the wall.
Homer and the Rich Texan both say they are actually from Connecticut.
Milhouse's paper list said:
S Kinnner Jimbo
Homer claims to have shot Mr. Burns ("Who Shot Mr. Burns") and blamed it on Maggie, directly contradicting what was shown to have actually happened in that episode.
(Note: That's just Homer being an idiot. He's stupid to think that he shot Mr. Burns.)
This is the second time that Marge has told a story, in a three-story episode.
This is the second time we see "Bart Man" in costume since "Three Men and a Comic Book".
Apu: Thank you, masked vigilante. Your over-zealous homicide has saved me 80 cents. Now if you're not going to buy anything, please move along.
Nelson: (to Milhouse) Ha ha, you forgot me because I had the mumps!
Milhouse: Having a weapon at school has really made things awesome.
Dolph: (to Martin) You are so dead that you're alive.
Lenny: (to Homer) Now get some sleep, you have a 9 AM rat helmet.
Homer: 9 AM!?
Judge: I sentence you to life.
Homer: You moron, I'm already alive.
Judge: In prison!
Moe: I hate this Homer jerk with his beautiful wife and loving family, when all I got is this doorway.
Texan: Look at all them stars… How many do you think there are?
Snake: Hand over your wallet.
Homer: You don't frighten me!
(Snake shoots Homer)
Homer: Or my wife!
(Snake shoots Marge)
Homer: Or my--
Marge: Shut up!
Bart: Now we have three ways to talk about revenge, although the first two were sort of the same, and even the third would have worked better as a Halloween Story.
Homer: (after Lisa's story) Wow! That had what I really like in a story - an ending!
Bart: (Crashes through window) Party's over, Serpent.
Wiggum: No kidding, you're standing in the dip.
Marge: Revenge never solves anything!
Homer: (sarcastically) Then what's America doing in Iraq?
Woman 1: When will we meet the count?
Woman 2: Do you think he'll like us?
Man: I've heard rumors he's mysterious.
Lou: No sign of the Serpent.
Wiggum: It's always work with you.
Homer: (Angrily at the Rich Texan) Reeevenge!!!
Bart: Ay Carumba!
(outside the story)
Bart: That's the only line I get in your stupid story?
Lisa: There's no such thing as small parts, just small actors. (Laughs)
Homer: (While crawling through a tunnel) I wonder how long this tunnel… isssssssssssss! (Falls in water, into a cage that locks up). D'oh!
Homer: Oh little mouse, you are only thing keeping me sane. (Eats mouse.)
Rich Texan: Outta my way, you seatbelt wearing cowards.
After the episode there was that dedication:
This Episode is Dedicated To All Who Died In The "Star Wars" Films:
Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Greedo, Uncle Owen, Storm Trooper #5, Jango Fett, General Grievous (Droid), Storm Trooper #22, Dak, Obi Wan (Ben) Kenobi, Whoever Jimmy Smits Played, Hutt,Jabba The, Sy Snoodles, Unfortunately, Not Jar-Jar Binks, Everyone On Both Death Stars When They Blew Up.
Blackboard Joke: None.
Couch Gag: The family, as infants in diapers, crawls into the living and up onto to their usual place on the couch. They begin to age into the appearances we all know and love.
Willie calls the revenge glove a "power glove", a reference to the Power Glove, a failed accessory for the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System).
The Green Mile
Homer petting the mouse while in prison is an allusion to Eduard Delacroix and his mouse Mr. Jingles in The Green Mile.
Revenge of the Nerds
The title of the second segment is based on this movie.
Bart's tale alludes to the origins of this classic vengeance seeking DC comic book character and the following villains:
The Toker (a play on The Joker, actually Otto Mann), the Diddler (a play on the Riddler, actually Ned Flanders), Mr. Mole (Hans Moleman), Sugar and Spice (Patty and Selma), and Poison Lenny (Poison Ivy) who explains he's not a villain but a transvestite.
There are numerous other allusions to various incarnations of the Dark Knight:
Title - Batman Begins
Title's font - Batman the Animated Series
Focal villain kills hero's parents and "I'm Bartman" - Tim Burton's Batman
Goofy dress of foes - Adam West's Batman
Sugar & Spice - Batman Forever
Passive killing of foes - Burton's Batman and Batman Returns
Poison Lenny's garb - Uma Thurman in Batman & Robin
The Count of Monte Cristo
The first segment is a Simpson's retelling of this classic tale of revenge from Alexandre Dumas père.
The episode title is an allusion to the old saying 'revenge is a dish best served cold'.
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