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Argentina, officially the Argentine Republic (Spanish: República Argentina), is the second largest country in Latin America by land area, the fourth largest country in the Americas after USA, Canada and Brazil, the eighth-largest country in the world by land area and the largest among Spanish-speaking nations. It is one of the southernmost countries in South America.


Argentina was mentioned in several occasions in The Simpsons, first in Treehouse of Horror II when Lisa wishes for world peace to the magic monkey hand. When it is declared, the representatives of England and Argentina at the United Nations embrace each other.[1]

Bart ordering pizza at home delivered by Krusty, but when the clown arrives, Bart turns on the television and see that the show is not live. In the program being broadcast, Krusty gets last-minute cable and says, "Uh! Children, stay calm. The Falkland Islands have just been invaded. I repeat, the Falklands have just been invaded! The plot unfolds when a map is opened and explained, "The Falklands are here -with a pointer- near the coast of Argentina."[2]


Krusty mentions the islands.

Lisa tells her brother that the water runs in a different sense in the northern hemisphere than in the South. As Bart does not understand, Lisa tells him to look over the globe. Everything below the line of Ecuador is the southern hemisphere and hence the water turning in another sense, he says. "You mean that the Argentina -points on the globe- the water runs backwards?" Asked Bart.[3]


A character insinuated to be Hitler, in a city that apparently is Buenos Aires, tries to get into his car to answer his phone in "Bart vs. Australia".


Argentina on the globe.

Tito Puente plays at a club called Chez Guevara, Argentine revolutionary reference to guerrilla Ernesto "Che" Guevara.[4]

When Homer, Mr. Burns and Smithers are in Cuba is an advertisement for a beer called The Duff, who shows the "Che" Guevara with a can saying "The Duffo or Death" slogan referring to revolutionary Guevara. Ernesto "Che" Guevara was Argentine national.[5]

Lisa writes the International Olympic Committee and they decide to make the Olympics in Springfield. In search of the headquarters of the female representative of Argentina in Buenos Aires proposed Committee.


Argentina Representative of the committee.


Lisa is elected president of the Student Center from school after Martin was forced to resign. The chapter is a parody of the movie Evita by Alan Parker. Lisa is characterized by hair and dress accordingly. The episode ends with a caption that says "On the advice of our lawyers, we swear we've never heard of a musical based on the life of Eva Peron."[7]

At Moe's, when several citizens of Springfield met together because they disagreed with the choice to be made, Carl says "I'd like a dictatorship like that of Juan Peron. When you disappear, you kept missing." Lenny ends, "And his wife was Madonna."[8]

When Selma throws a bucket of fire ants (Solenopsis invicta) to the sink. These ants are not native to the United States, and recently found that arrived there in the decade 1930-40 as stowaways on ships that came from Argentina.[9]

During the presentation of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, the team of Argentina is the third go to the games. [10]


Argentine Team in the 2010 Winter Olympics.

When Lisa dreams that the whale is freed and taken to sea, he says, "Send me a postcard from Tierra del Fuego." The whales frequent the island annually. [11]



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