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Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment : We start with the swoop. Then, at the bottom, a four-pointed dust rises up, splits and explodes like fireworks revealing part of the sky. The last first rises up and explodes revealing the sky.
 
Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment : We start with the swoop. Then, at the bottom, a four-pointed dust rises up, splits and explodes like fireworks revealing part of the sky. The last first rises up and explodes revealing the sky.
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Principal Hood:  It turns icy and starts to snow.
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Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?: It is superimposed in front of a piece of cloth behind a blue light as the swoop fully animates and weaves the bit until it fades and the color changes.
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Bart's Scarecrow Gets an "F": It animates as normal , but the entrance sign is pink .
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Old Money: The background fades to space, causing the power plant & tire fire to TV static out.
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Brush with Spookiness: It fades into an aged parchment page, transitioning into the episode's opening titles sequence.
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Lisa's Substitute: The swoop begins to flash blue and red, like police lights. The entrance sign is blue, and after the swoop is done, it disappears, and the swoop itself moves to the right.
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The War of the Simpsons: Dogs bark to the music.
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Three Men and a Comic Book: Homer swings around the screen and hits the power plant, causing it to fall over.
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Blood Feud: The power plant is a mansion while dark clouds cover the tire fire.
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Stark Raving Dad: It is made up of colorful neon signs. Also, it is animated the way neon signs are. The entrance sign is syncly animated with the male conductor. One of the segments of the sign flickers with the conductor counts.
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Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington: The almost-formed swoop is branded onto a piece of leather. Then the entrance sign fires in and then burns up to opening shot.
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When Flanders Failed: It is white with a hint of red over a red Christmas ornament on a Christmas tree.
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Bart the Murderer:  It animates as normal. Then, the power plant and tire fire dissolves into cloud formation, and the background & the buildings fades to the cloudy sky atmosphere. The camera pans down to start the chalkboard gag.
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Homer Defined:  It encounters a glitch, just like a computer would do. Also, the power plant segments go backwards at the beginning, starting from the bottom segment of the castle appearing and more segments appear one-by-one until the top segment appears and then, the top segment flashes like a neuralyzer.
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Like Father, Like Clown: The "flashlight" swoop is used, but the film's opening theme has a suspenseful rendition of Jaws playing at some point.
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Treehouse of Horror II: The "flashlight" swoop is blue with ice coming out of the entrance sign.
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Lisa's Pony: The "flashlight" swoop fades into a silhouette of the power plant as seen in the skyline.
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Saturdays of Thunder: The swoop is designed in the same style as the episode that follows, taking place on a cloudy sky background. Also, it animates differently.
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Flaming Moe's: Exactly like on ''Treehouse of Horror'', but the jungle is more detailed and different.
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Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk: Birds fly out from the power plant.
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I Married Marge: It is white and superimposed in the mist. Then after it fades, the mist covers it up.
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Radio Bart: When the P fades, the background is space, just like in Dead Putting Society. After that, the logo goes into hyperdrive.
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Lisa the Greek: The tire fire turns into a doghouse.
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Homer Alone: The tire fire is in 3-D, made of stone, and has some acacia trees surrounding the power plant.
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Bart the Lover: When the P fully fades, the camera zooms out to reveal a snow globe surrounding it that Santa holds. He then shakes the snow globe, which causes snow to surround the swoop.
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Homer at the Bat:  The sparkles that surround the tire fire disappear as the last note of the title screen music hits. Then, as the opening music starts, the camera zooms forward past the tire fire to the power plant into a room in the top middle of it.
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Separate Vocations: We see the swoop on a red textured background as an homage to the old Simpsons cartoons.
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Dog of Death: It turns into a pop-up book.
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Colonel Homer: It morphs into a light surging into the opening sequence.
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Black Widower: The swoop gets darkened when the tire fire fades in and the power plant is the mountain from the ''Treehouse of Horror'' films. 
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The Otto Show: The swoop is gradually formed by graphics like those found in the Grid. The tire fire is slightly off-center.
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[[Category:Gags]]
 
[[Category:Gags]]

Revision as of 09:13, February 18, 2019

the springfield swoop gag is a gag that appears after the beginning of the intro, the title screen gags.

we see the nuclear power plant, tire fire and the duff factory. we also see BBL tower

Springfield in the 90's

springfield in the 90's and 2000's

New springfield

springfield in hd

here are the gags

Bart the Genius: we swoop in in-between the segments of Springfield and also see the usual spark effect to transition into the start of the video documentary, and we swoop off to Springfield elementary school.


Homer's Odyssey:Exactly like on Bart the Genius , but its a little darker.

There's No Disgrace Like Home: It is cut-short, beginning with the P. The background is scratched out and the power plant & tire fire is tinted in Carolina blue. After the P, a choir singing the tune can be heard while it plays. Also, the Springfield words is soft.

Bart the General: The entrance sign of the power plant has the words in orange.

Moaning Lisa: the entrance sign of the power plant is snow white, glowing in violet.

The Call of the Simpsons : the entrance sign of the power plant is at a smooth rate, the background is a bit slim, and the P fades in a little faster.

The Telltale Head: The animation is a little slower, the background is oxford blue, and the entrance sign is in a lighter shade of aquamarine. Also, the Springfield words is at the top of the screen rather than the middle .

Life on the Fast Lane: At the beginning, the logo animates in the blue sky atmosphere background. When the music ends, the swoop fades out.

Homer's Night Out: In order for the swoop to keep in time with the opening song, the writing of the entrance sign is delayed for a few seconds. Later prints have the Moaning Lisa variant

The Crepes of Wrath: It is stretched a little bit.

Krusty Gets Busted: The 1995 CGI logo animates as normal, but after the camera is zoomed in, the camera zooms back and fades to the elementary school.

Some Enchanted Evening: Cats meow to the music

Bart Gets an "F": It moves into an underwater scene.

Treehouse of Horror: As the P fades into the swoop, the background is a CGI jungle, normally a predator reference

One Monster in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish: It is mechanized and the entrance sign is replaced by a gear. Then, the power plant dismantles itself. On standard quality, it segues into the opening credits. On the HD version, the 1985 fanfare is used, along with different sound effects when the power plant is dismantled, plus it zooms out.

Dead Putting Society: Same as the Treehouse of Horror variant, but the P fades into space.

Bart the Dare-devil : After the title screen, Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, and Abe play the tune on kazoos while it plays.

Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment : We start with the swoop. Then, at the bottom, a four-pointed dust rises up, splits and explodes like fireworks revealing part of the sky. The last first rises up and explodes revealing the sky.

Principal Hood:  It turns icy and starts to snow.

Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?: It is superimposed in front of a piece of cloth behind a blue light as the swoop fully animates and weaves the bit until it fades and the color changes.

Bart's Scarecrow Gets an "F": It animates as normal , but the entrance sign is pink .

Old Money: The background fades to space, causing the power plant & tire fire to TV static out.

Brush with Spookiness: It fades into an aged parchment page, transitioning into the episode's opening titles sequence.

Lisa's Substitute: The swoop begins to flash blue and red, like police lights. The entrance sign is blue, and after the swoop is done, it disappears, and the swoop itself moves to the right.

The War of the Simpsons: Dogs bark to the music.

Three Men and a Comic Book: Homer swings around the screen and hits the power plant, causing it to fall over.

Blood Feud: The power plant is a mansion while dark clouds cover the tire fire.

Stark Raving Dad: It is made up of colorful neon signs. Also, it is animated the way neon signs are. The entrance sign is syncly animated with the male conductor. One of the segments of the sign flickers with the conductor counts.

Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington: The almost-formed swoop is branded onto a piece of leather. Then the entrance sign fires in and then burns up to opening shot.

When Flanders Failed: It is white with a hint of red over a red Christmas ornament on a Christmas tree.

Bart the Murderer:  It animates as normal. Then, the power plant and tire fire dissolves into cloud formation, and the background & the buildings fades to the cloudy sky atmosphere. The camera pans down to start the chalkboard gag.

Homer Defined:  It encounters a glitch, just like a computer would do. Also, the power plant segments go backwards at the beginning, starting from the bottom segment of the castle appearing and more segments appear one-by-one until the top segment appears and then, the top segment flashes like a neuralyzer.

Like Father, Like Clown: The "flashlight" swoop is used, but the film's opening theme has a suspenseful rendition of Jaws playing at some point.

Treehouse of Horror II: The "flashlight" swoop is blue with ice coming out of the entrance sign.

Lisa's Pony: The "flashlight" swoop fades into a silhouette of the power plant as seen in the skyline.

Saturdays of Thunder: The swoop is designed in the same style as the episode that follows, taking place on a cloudy sky background. Also, it animates differently.

Flaming Moe's: Exactly like on Treehouse of Horror, but the jungle is more detailed and different.

Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk: Birds fly out from the power plant.

I Married Marge: It is white and superimposed in the mist. Then after it fades, the mist covers it up.

Radio Bart: When the P fades, the background is space, just like in Dead Putting Society. After that, the logo goes into hyperdrive.

Lisa the Greek: The tire fire turns into a doghouse.

Homer Alone: The tire fire is in 3-D, made of stone, and has some acacia trees surrounding the power plant.

Bart the Lover: When the P fully fades, the camera zooms out to reveal a snow globe surrounding it that Santa holds. He then shakes the snow globe, which causes snow to surround the swoop.

Homer at the Bat:  The sparkles that surround the tire fire disappear as the last note of the title screen music hits. Then, as the opening music starts, the camera zooms forward past the tire fire to the power plant into a room in the top middle of it.

Separate Vocations: We see the swoop on a red textured background as an homage to the old Simpsons cartoons.

Dog of Death: It turns into a pop-up book.

Colonel Homer: It morphs into a light surging into the opening sequence.

Black Widower: The swoop gets darkened when the tire fire fades in and the power plant is the mountain from the Treehouse of Horror films. 

The Otto Show: The swoop is gradually formed by graphics like those found in the Grid. The tire fire is slightly off-center.

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