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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*[[Cowboy Bob]] and his [[Bob's RV Round-Up]], from "[[The Call of the Simpsons]]", return; however, Cowboy Bob was not voiced by [[Albert Brooks]] this time. Also returning is the Merry Widow Insurance Company from "[[Homer's Triple Bypass]]".
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*The title is a reference to a "Mobile Home" or an RV.
*The first of two episodes this season to make a home-Homer pun.
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*In the Spanish (from Spain) dubbed version, when [[Lisa Simpson|Lisa]] reads Homer's Flintstones map, she says, "''Dino, abreviatura de dinosaurio; consultarlo en la '''Wikipedia'''''" (Dino, abbreviation of Dinosaur; search for it in Wikipedia). In the original English, she said "Dino, short for Dinosaur? Remember to Ask Jeeves."
.*Among the vacation disasters: Homer impaled by a baquette in [[France]], Homer being punched by Mickey Mouse and Goofy at the [[wikipedia:Magic Kingdom|Magic Kingdom]], and Homer stuck up Lincoln's nose on Mount Rushmore.
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*Among the vacation disasters: Homer impaled by a baguette in [[France]], Homer getting assaulted by Mickey Mouse and Goofy at the [[wikipedia:Magic Kingdom|Magic Kingdom]], and Homer stuck in Lincoln's nose on [[wikipedia:Mount Rushmore|Mount Rushmore]].
*This is the third time that "Welcome To The Jungle" was on The Simpsons; first in [[Marge on the Lam]], second in [[Eight Misbehavin']]. Making it the most played song in pop culture on The Simpsons.
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*Homer already owned an RV in [[The Call of the Simpsons]]. However, by the end of that episode, the RV had exploded, reasoning the fact that they would need a new RV.
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==Previous Episode References==
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*This is the fourth time that the song ''Welcome To The Jungle'' is played on ''The Simpsons'', making it the most-played pop culture song on the show. It was first played in "[[Marge on the Lam]]"; the second time in "[[Eight Misbehavin']]" and the third time in "[[Skinner's Sense of Snow]]"
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*Homer previously owned an RV in "[[The Call of the Simpsons]]. [[Cowboy Bob]] and his [[Bob's RV Round-Up]] also return. However, Cowboy Bob was not voiced by [[Albert Brooks]] in this episode instead he was voiced by [[Dan Castellaneta]]. Also [[Crappy RV]]/[[Homer's RV]] gets destroyed somehow. Also just like in the aforementioned episode Homer also bought himself a car that would get somehow destroyed in [[Miracle on Evergreen Terrace]] and [[Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers"|Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers]]".
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*Homer previously locked himself out of a vehicle by accident and managed to enter it offscreen in "[[Marge vs. the Monorail]]".
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*The last time Bart hit Homer with a chair occurred in "[[A Milhouse Divided]]".
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*"[[Homer's Triple Bypass]]": [[Merry Widow Insurance Co.|The Merry Widow Insurance Company]] appears, Marge wants Homer to get insurance an Homer is uninsurable.
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*[[Brake My Wife, Please]] - Someone drives a vehicle only to be (almost) about to land in an ocean.
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*[[Saturdays of Thunder|Saturday of Thunder]] - Homer avoids something because of something only to show how lazy he is.
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== Cultural references ==
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*Songs in this episode: ''Vacation'' by The Go-Gos, ''Welcome to the Jungle'' by Guns N' Roses, ''I've Been Everywhere'' by [[Johnny Cash]] (parodied), and ''Istanbul (Not Constantinople)'' by They Might Be Giants.
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*The spider poison is called "Charlotte's Dead," an obvious parody of the children's book ''{{W|Charlotte's Web}}''.
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*The voice of Thomas Jefferson is based on that of James Cagney.
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== Goofs ==
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[[File:Wrongturkey.jpg|thumb|The Turkish flag drawn incorrectly]]
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*Actually, Kahramanmaraş hasn't got a coast line.
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*The Turkish flag is wrong. The star is higher up than it's supposed to be, and the moon and star look slightly tilted when they aren't in real life.
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*Lisa was wearing her dress, so she didn't actually need to use the charity clothes.
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*At the end of the gas station scene, when the man says “there you have it” his wife chuckles but her mouth doesn’t move.
   
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*Songs in this episode: "Vacation" by The Go-Gos, "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses, "I've Been Everywhere" by [[Johnny Cash]], and "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" by They Might Be Giants.
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*The spider poison is called "Charlotte's Dead," an obvious parody of the children's book [[wikipedia:Charlotte's Web|''Charlotte's Web'']].
 
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Trivia Edit

  • The title is a reference to a "Mobile Home" or an RV.
  • In the Spanish (from Spain) dubbed version, when Lisa reads Homer's Flintstones map, she says, "Dino, abreviatura de dinosaurio; consultarlo en la Wikipedia" (Dino, abbreviation of Dinosaur; search for it in Wikipedia). In the original English, she said "Dino, short for Dinosaur? Remember to Ask Jeeves."
  • Among the vacation disasters: Homer impaled by a baguette in France, Homer getting assaulted by Mickey Mouse and Goofy at the Magic Kingdom, and Homer stuck in Lincoln's nose on Mount Rushmore.

Previous Episode ReferencesEdit

Cultural references Edit

  • Songs in this episode: Vacation by The Go-Gos, Welcome to the Jungle by Guns N' Roses, I've Been Everywhere by Johnny Cash (parodied), and Istanbul (Not Constantinople) by They Might Be Giants.
  • The spider poison is called "Charlotte's Dead," an obvious parody of the children's book Charlotte's Web.
  • The voice of Thomas Jefferson is based on that of James Cagney.

Goofs Edit

Wrongturkey

The Turkish flag drawn incorrectly

  • Actually, Kahramanmaraş hasn't got a coast line.
  • The Turkish flag is wrong. The star is higher up than it's supposed to be, and the moon and star look slightly tilted when they aren't in real life.
  • Lisa was wearing her dress, so she didn't actually need to use the charity clothes.
  • At the end of the gas station scene, when the man says “there you have it” his wife chuckles but her mouth doesn’t move.
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