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Canon or not?

This episode was a dream based off a tattoo on a girl's back, so should it be considered as non-canon? Douglasrampazo (talk) 00:16, September 29, 2015 (UTC)

Being as most of it is a dream, I think it is non-canon.Liquidbabydoll (talk) 01:00, September 29, 2015 (UTC)

Candace drugging Homer

I think Candace's drugging Homer and then waking up in bed with him should be described as an implied rape, as argued in this article: http://www.alternet.org/culture/pop-culture-characters-staying-friends-rapists

After all, as the article states, people don't make mistakes when they've been drugged into unconsciousness. Drugging people to have sex with their non-consenting bodies is rape.

If you agree, please get someone with the ability to edit protected pages to change, "Candace takes Homer on a date and dopes him, which leads Homer to make the one drunken mistake he never made: sleep with someone other than Marge," to, "Candace takes Homer on a date and dopes him and, it is implied, rapes him."

Thank you.  00:13, July 19, 2016 (UTC)

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