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Lisa's Pony

Lisa's Pony

Rating: 3.3 (185 votes)

Plot

When Homer disappoints Lisa again, he buys her a pony, which the family cannot afford. Afraid of losing her love, Homer takes out a night job at the Kwik-E-Mart to pay the cost of the pony. However, Homer can not take the punishment of all that work, so Marge convinces Lisa give up the pony and it goes back to the original owner. Lisa goes to the Kwik-E-Mart to tell Homer the good news and he gives her a piggyback ride home.


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Notes

  • A calendar shows the date to be 7th November, the original airdate of the episode.
  • The Simpsons have a Beta tape VCR.
  • A sign inside the pet store reads: ''You pet it, you bought it.''
  • Homer wears his watch upside down in one scene.
  • Ralph Wiggum's voice sounds different in this episode - in fact, it sounds more like Nelson's.

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References

  • In the opening scene, an ape-like Homer takes a nap, resting against the monolith from ''2001: A Space Odyssey.''
  • Lisa waking up with the horse in bed next to her parodies the horse's head in ''The Godfather.''
  • Homer's dream sequence is reminiscent of ''Little Nemo In Slumberland.''

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