FANDOM


m (Credits: Synchronize / Collapse wanted links)
 
(5 intermediate revisions by 4 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{ctab}}
+
{{Cmtab|Cmc}}
 
{{PrevNext|Eps|Homer Drops The Ball!|Homie in One Plus Two Equals Zero}}
 
{{PrevNext|Eps|Homer Drops The Ball!|Homie in One Plus Two Equals Zero}}
 
{{Comics
 
{{Comics
Line 15: Line 15:
 
|price =
 
|price =
 
}}
 
}}
'''The Town That Time Forgot''' is a [[Simpsons comic]] story first appearing in issue [[Simpsons Comics 121|121]] in America and [[Simpsons Comics 138|138]] in the United Kingdom.
+
'''The Town That Time Forgot''' is a [[Simpsons Comics]] story that was featured in issue [[Simpsons Comics 121|121]].
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
Homer is late for work again and blames it on Daylight Saving Time. After being docked pay for a week, Homer leads a complaint to City Hall about Daylight Saving Time. Mayor Quimby then declares a new Anti-Daylight saving law. However, it is worded so that anyone can set their clocks to what they want. Bart posts the news on his internet blog. This means Homer lies in bed all day, Barney making Happy Hour at Moe's Tavern repeat, prevents Bart and Lisa from having to go to bed and makes the church sermon go on continuously. It has many negative effects on Springfield, with prisoners being able to wind calendar watches to the end of their sentence.
+
[[Homer]] is late for [[Springfield Nuclear Power Plant|work]] again and blames it on Daylight Savings Time. After being docked pay for a week, Homer leads a complaint to the [[Springfield Town Hall]] about Daylight Savings Time. [[Mayor Quimby]] then declares a new Anti-Daylight saving law. However, it is worded so that anyone can set their clocks to what minute and second they want, so [[Bart]] posts the news on his internet blog. This means that Homer lies in bed all day, [[Barney]] making Happy Hour at [[Moe's Tavern]] repeat, prevents Bart and [[Lisa]] from having to go to bed and makes the church sermon go on continuously. It has many negative effects on [[Springfield]], with prisoners being able to wind calendar watches to the end of their sentence.
To prevent misuse, Marge meanwhile removes all clocks and watches, bar the one Homer is sleeping with, from the house. Things are also chaotic at the Elementary School, with lessons being skipped past by the teachers. Apu and Lisa, realizing the danger of the new law, go to the Mayor's office, but Quimby cannot reverse the law due to already using his five law changes and take backs. Lisa suggests that they just turn the clock back to before the law was made. The town goes back to normal, with the story being used as a case study for Mr. Solar to show to classes.
+
  +
To prevent misuse, [[Marge]] decides to remove all clocks and watches, bar the one Homer is sleeping with, from the house. Things are also chaotic at Springfield Elementary School, with lessons being skipped past by the teachers. [[Apu]] and Lisa, realizing the danger of the new law, go to the Mayor's office, but Quimby cannot reverse the law due to already using his five law changes and take backs. Lisa suggests that they just turn the clock back to before the law was made. The town goes back to normal, with the story being used as a case study for Mr. Solar to show to classes.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
===Characters===
 
===Characters===
* [[Jeff Albertson]]
+
* [[Comic Book Guy]]
 
* [[Bathroom Employee]]
 
* [[Bathroom Employee]]
 
* [[Jasper Beardly]]
 
* [[Jasper Beardly]]
Line 32: Line 32:
 
* [[Charles Montgomery Burns]]
 
* [[Charles Montgomery Burns]]
 
* [[Carl Carlson]]
 
* [[Carl Carlson]]
* [[Chalmers]]
+
* [[Gary Chalmers]]
 
* [[Charlie (SNPP)|Charlie]]
 
* [[Charlie (SNPP)|Charlie]]
* [[Class Hamster]]
 
 
* [[Ned Flanders]]
 
* [[Ned Flanders]]
 
* [[Rod Flanders]]
 
* [[Rod Flanders]]
 
* [[Todd Flanders]]
 
* [[Todd Flanders]]
* [[John Frink]]
+
* [[Jonathan Frink]]
* [[Groundhog]] (mentioned only)
+
* [[Itchy]] (image)
* [[Injured worker]]
 
* [[Itchy]] (image only)
 
 
* [[Jimbo Jones]]
 
* [[Jimbo Jones]]
 
* [[Edna Krabappel]]
 
* [[Edna Krabappel]]
 
* [[Lenny Leonard]]
 
* [[Lenny Leonard]]
 
* [[Lou]]
 
* [[Lou]]
* [[Timothy Lovejoy]]
+
* [[Timothy Lovejoy, Jr.]]
 
* [[Otto Mann]]
 
* [[Otto Mann]]
 
* [[Hans Moleman]]
 
* [[Hans Moleman]]
Line 58: Line 57:
 
* [[Sashi Nahasapeemapetilon]]
 
* [[Sashi Nahasapeemapetilon]]
 
* [[Uma Nahasapeemapetilon]]
 
* [[Uma Nahasapeemapetilon]]
* [[Newspaper Boy]]
 
 
* [[Old Jewish Man]]
 
* [[Old Jewish Man]]
 
* [[Janey Powell]]
 
* [[Janey Powell]]
 
* [[Martin Prince]]
 
* [[Martin Prince]]
 
* [[Joe Quimby]]
 
* [[Joe Quimby]]
* [[Quimby's Assistant]]
+
* [[Radioactive Man]] (image)
* [[Radioactive Man]] (image only)
+
* [[The Rich Texan]]
* [[Rich Texan]]
 
 
* [[Nick Riviera]]
 
* [[Nick Riviera]]
* [[Santa Claus]] (image only)
+
* [[Santa Claus]] (image)
 
* [[Mindy Simmons]]
 
* [[Mindy Simmons]]
* [[Abraham Simpson]]
+
* [[Abraham Simpson II]]
 
* [[Bart Simpson]]
 
* [[Bart Simpson]]
 
* [[Homer Simpson]]
 
* [[Homer Simpson]]
Line 74: Line 72:
 
* [[Maggie Simpson]]
 
* [[Maggie Simpson]]
 
* [[Marge Simpson]]
 
* [[Marge Simpson]]
* [[Waylon Smithers]]
+
* [[Waylon Smithers, Jr.]]
 
* [[Agnes Skinner]]
 
* [[Agnes Skinner]]
 
* [[Seymour Skinner]]
 
* [[Seymour Skinner]]
* [[Snake]]
+
* [[Snake Jailbird]]
* [[Sherri]]
+
* [[Sherri Mackleberry]]
* [[Cletus Spuckler]] (picture only)
+
* [[Cletus Spuckler]] (photo)
* [[Sun]]
+
* [[Terri Mackleberry]]
* [[Terri]]
 
* [[Transformacar admirer]] (Homer's imagination only)
 
* [[Unknown Statesman]]
 
 
* [[Milhouse Van Houten]]
 
* [[Milhouse Van Houten]]
 
* [[Clancy Wiggum]]
 
* [[Clancy Wiggum]]
 
* [[Ralph Wiggum]]
 
* [[Ralph Wiggum]]
 
* [[Willie]]
 
* [[Willie]]
* [[Willie's relative]]
 
 
* [[Üter Zörker]]
 
* [[Üter Zörker]]
* [[Vampires]]
 
   
 
===Locations===
 
===Locations===
 
* [[742 Evergreen Terrace]]
 
* [[742 Evergreen Terrace]]
 
* [[744 Evergreen Terrace]]
 
* [[744 Evergreen Terrace]]
* [[The Android's Dungeon]]
+
* [[The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop|The Android's Dungeon]]
 
* [[First Church of Springfield]]
 
* [[First Church of Springfield]]
* [[Krusty Burger]] (mentioned only)
+
* [[Krusty Burger]] (mentioned)
 
* [[Kwik-E-Mart]]
 
* [[Kwik-E-Mart]]
 
* [[Moe's Tavern]]
 
* [[Moe's Tavern]]
 
* [[Skinner's House]]
 
* [[Skinner's House]]
* [[Springfield City Hall]]
+
* [[Springfield Town Hall]]
 
* [[Springfield Elementary School]]
 
* [[Springfield Elementary School]]
* [[Springfield Freeway]] (Homer's imagination only)
+
* [[Springfield Freeway]] (Homer's imagination)
 
* [[Springfield Nuclear Power Plant]]
 
* [[Springfield Nuclear Power Plant]]
* [[Springfield Prison]]
+
* [[Springfield Penitentiary]]
* [[Willie's Shack]]
+
* [[Willie's shack]]
   
 
===Vehicles===
 
===Vehicles===
* [[Pink Sedan]] (Homer's imagination only)
+
* [[Pink Sedan]] (Homer's imagination)
 
* [[School Bus]]
 
* [[School Bus]]
* [[Transformacar]] (Homer's imagination only)
 
   
 
===Products===
 
===Products===
Line 115: Line 110:
 
* [[Duff Beer]]
 
* [[Duff Beer]]
 
* [[Giant Sugar-Filled Pixie Stick]]
 
* [[Giant Sugar-Filled Pixie Stick]]
* [[Krusty Burger (Product)|Krusty Burger]]
 
 
* [[Squishee]]
 
* [[Squishee]]
 
* [[Sugar Krusty O's]]
 
* [[Sugar Krusty O's]]
Line 122: Line 116:
 
* [[Are You There God? It's Me Margaret]]
 
* [[Are You There God? It's Me Margaret]]
 
* [[Bart's Blog]]
 
* [[Bart's Blog]]
* [[Big Solar Cautionary Tale]]]
+
* [[Big Solar Cautionary Tale]]
 
* [[Infinite Christmas Crisis]]
 
* [[Infinite Christmas Crisis]]
 
* [[Springfield Shopper]]
 
* [[Springfield Shopper]]
Line 129: Line 123:
   
 
===Sport Teams===
 
===Sport Teams===
* [[Springfield Isotopes]] (banner only)
+
* [[Springfield Isotopes]] (banner)
   
 
===Companies===
 
===Companies===
Line 141: Line 135:
 
== Credits==
 
== Credits==
 
Script - [[Ian Boothby]]
 
Script - [[Ian Boothby]]
  +
 
Pencils - [[Phil Ortiz]]
 
Pencils - [[Phil Ortiz]]
Inks - [[Mike Decarlo]]
+
  +
Inks - [[Mike DeCarlo]]
  +
 
Colors - [[Art Villaneuva]]
 
Colors - [[Art Villaneuva]]
  +
 
Letters - [[Karen Bates]]
 
Letters - [[Karen Bates]]
  +
 
Editor - [[Bill Morrison]]
 
Editor - [[Bill Morrison]]
==References==
+
  +
== Citations ==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Simpsons Comics Stories 201-250}}
 
{{Simpsons Comics Stories 201-250}}
[[Category:Real World comics]]
+
{{DEFAULTSORT:Town That Time Forgot, The}}
 
[[Category:Simpsons Comics stories]]
 
[[Category:Simpsons Comics stories]]
  +
[[Category:Real World comics]]

Latest revision as of 17:50, January 14, 2020

General
References
Appearances
Gallery
Quotes
Credits
 
Homer Drops The Ball!
The Town That Time Forgot
Homie in One Plus Two Equals Zero

The Town That Time Forgot is a Simpsons Comics story that was featured in issue 121.

PlotEdit

Homer is late for work again and blames it on Daylight Savings Time. After being docked pay for a week, Homer leads a complaint to the Springfield Town Hall about Daylight Savings Time. Mayor Quimby then declares a new Anti-Daylight saving law. However, it is worded so that anyone can set their clocks to what minute and second they want, so Bart posts the news on his internet blog. This means that Homer lies in bed all day, Barney making Happy Hour at Moe's Tavern repeat, prevents Bart and Lisa from having to go to bed and makes the church sermon go on continuously. It has many negative effects on Springfield, with prisoners being able to wind calendar watches to the end of their sentence.

To prevent misuse, Marge decides to remove all clocks and watches, bar the one Homer is sleeping with, from the house. Things are also chaotic at Springfield Elementary School, with lessons being skipped past by the teachers. Apu and Lisa, realizing the danger of the new law, go to the Mayor's office, but Quimby cannot reverse the law due to already using his five law changes and take backs. Lisa suggests that they just turn the clock back to before the law was made. The town goes back to normal, with the story being used as a case study for Mr. Solar to show to classes.

AppearancesEdit

CharactersEdit

LocationsEdit

VehiclesEdit

ProductsEdit

MediaEdit

Sport TeamsEdit

CompaniesEdit

LawsEdit

CreditsEdit

Script - Ian Boothby

Pencils - Phil Ortiz

Inks - Mike DeCarlo

Colors - Art Villaneuva

Letters - Karen Bates

Editor - Bill Morrison

Citations Edit

Simpsons Comics Stories 201-250
Simpsons Comics
License to Kilt | Lisa in the Middle | Homer's America | Do The Copyright Thing | 3000's Company | The Burger Kings of Comedy! | Hotfoot in the Park | 24/7th Heaven | Coach Me If You Can | A Tale of 2 Pen Pals | Feud, Glorious Feud! | The Return of Xt'tapalatakettle | Marge Simpson Living | Clip Clip Hooray! | Sofa So Good | Uncle Burn$ | Anchormom | The Duffman Cometh! | Dr. Nick @ Night | Simpsons The Musical | To Kill A Mocking Bart | Big House Homer | Now Museum, Now You Don't! | Bad News Bearer | Know It All in the Family | The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase Quickly-Cancelled Comics Cavalcade!! | The Curse of the Mama Jama Voodoo Zombie Gumbo | The Love-Matic Grampa in Exchanging "Ows" | The Simpson Family Smile-time Salute to Rock & Roll | Little Orphan Bart | Ring-A-Ding Springfield| The Maggie & Moe Mysteries! Tonight's Episode: M is for Zirconia! | Clown Therapy | Verti-Go-Areeno | Mall or Nothing | Sandwiches Are Forever | The "X" Men | The Flunky! | Homer Drops The Ball! | The Town That Time Forgot | Homie in One Plus Two Equals Zero | Bobbing For Vengeance | 'Til Ned Do Us Part | Angry Dad in The Roller Skate | The Hills Have Hicks | Maggie's Little Helper | Bake Love, Not War | 1001 Arabian Nuts: Ala-Diddly-Addin and his Magic Lamp | 1001 Arabian Nuts: Apu Baba and the Four Thieves | 1001 Arabian Nuts: Sinbart the Sailor
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.