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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*The three girls Bart has kissed are one of Lisa's friends, Emily, who kissed Bart on a dare (his first kiss, in "[[Flaming Moe's]]"), Jessica Lovejoy ("[[Bart's Girlfriend]]"), and Gina Vendetti ("[[The Wandering Juvie]]"). He would later kiss [[Darcy]] in "[[Little Big Girl]]", as well as an unnamed girl in "[[The Monkey Suit]]".
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* The three girls [[Bart]] has kissed are [[Laura Powers]] ("[[New Kid on the Block]]"), [[Jessica Lovejoy]] ("[[Bart's Girlfriend]]"), and [[Gina Vendetti]] ("[[The Wandering Juvie]]"). He would later kiss [[Darcy]] in "[[Little Big Girl]]", as well as an unnamed girl in "[[The Monkey Suit]]", [[Jenny]] in "[[The Good, the Sad and the Drugly]]", [[Nikki McKenna]] in "[[Stealing First Base]]" and "[[Moonshine River]]". [[Becky]] also kissed him ("[[Flaming Moe's]]") and [[Sherri and Terri ]] kissed him in "[[Homer's Odyssey]]", but they were non-consensual, so it doesn't count.
 
*The scene where Young Homer tumbles down the cliff and into the lake is strikingly similar to the grown-up Homer's legendary fall down [[Springfield Gorge]] in "[[Bart the Daredevil]]".
 
*The scene where Young Homer tumbles down the cliff and into the lake is strikingly similar to the grown-up Homer's legendary fall down [[Springfield Gorge]] in "[[Bart the Daredevil]]".
*Moe breaks the fourth wall and addresses the camera, saying "And that's the origin of that!" before Bart's prank calls when Marge asks for Homer's false name, in which Moe backfires.
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*Homer recalls bad actions of his including hiding a gun from Marge ("[[The Cartridge Family]]"), suing the Church ("[[Pray Anything]]"), and ruining [[Lisa]]'s wedding in the future ("[[Lisa's Wedding]]").
*Marge claims she enjoys Parliament but not Funkadelic in reference to the funk collective popular during the 70's.
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*When Marge calls Moe and asks for Homer's false name, Moe backfires and thus sets up the origin of Bart's prank calls.
*The song played during the kissing fantasies of young Marge and Homer is "Happy Together", by The Turtles.
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**Moe breaks the fourth wall and addresses the camera, saying "And that's the origin of that!" before
*The episode title echoes that of the episode The Way Were Was, whitch it self is get's it's name from the 1973 film ''The Way We Were''.
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*Homer says he has only kissed one girl, but he has actually kissed at least two others in addition to Marge: Patty, (later in this episode, and [[Mindy Simmons]] in "[[The Last Temptation of Homer]]" (which Homer already admitted to his family in "[[Another Simpsons Clip Show]]"). He has also been kissed by at least three men: [[Karl]] ("[[Simpson and Delilah]]"), [[Grady]] ("[[Three Gays of the Condo]]"), and Milhouse (also this episode).
*Homer's imagined perfect world includes Screaming Yellow Zonkers, Quisp flying by in his spaceship, and the Kool-Aid Man -- whom Homer kills by drinking him.
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*This episode was nominated for an [[w:Emmy Award|Emmy]].
*Before meeting the [[The Sea Captain|Sea Captain]] by the docks, Homer says "I guess it's Roe v. Wade, and it's my right to choose." This namechecks the landmark American supreme court decision on abortion.
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*The song played in the background of [[Homer]] and [[Marge]]'s daydreams is the most popular love song ever, called [[Happy Together]].
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*Ms. Killebrew, the instructor at [[Camp Land-A-Man]], is identical in appearance and voice to [[Millicent]], the horse stable owner from [[Lisa's Pony|''Lisa's Pony'']]''.'' However it's never made clear if they're meant to be the same character.
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== Cultural References ==
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*Marge claims she enjoys Parliament but not Funkadelic in reference to the funk collective popular during the 70's. Both individual bands were led by [[Wikipedia:George Clinton (musician)|George Clinton]]. Funkadelic was the heavier among the two individual bands, mixing heavy rock into the funk influence.
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*Marge's other favorite acts as a young girl are mostly considered "middle of the road" performers - [[Wikipedia:Bobby Goldsboro|Bobby Goldsboro]], [[Wikipedia:Gilbert O'Sullivan|Gilbert O'Sullivan]] and [[Wikipedia:Terry Jacks|Terry Jacks]].
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*The episode title echoes that of the episode [[The Way We Was]], which itself gets its name from the 1973 film ''{{W|The Way We Were}}''.
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*Homer's imagined perfect world includes Screaming Yellow Zonkers, Quisp flying by in his spaceship, and the Kool-Aid Man—whom Homer kills by drinking him.
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*Before meeting the [[Sea Captain]] by the docks, Homer says, "I guess it's Roe v. Wade, and it's my right to choose." This namechecks the landmark American supreme court decision on abortion.
 
*When the Captain rows Homer across the lake to meet Marge, he sings: "I met her on the mountain, there I took her life. I met her on the mountain, Stabbed her with my knife." These are lyrics from the folk song Tom Dooley, as made famous by The Kingston Trio.
 
*When the Captain rows Homer across the lake to meet Marge, he sings: "I met her on the mountain, there I took her life. I met her on the mountain, Stabbed her with my knife." These are lyrics from the folk song Tom Dooley, as made famous by The Kingston Trio.
*This episode shares the same major storyline as the Who's The Boss? episodes It Happened One Summer I & II, where Tony and Angela discover they shared a kiss while at camp.
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*This episode shares the same major storyline as "It Happened One Summer (Parts 1 and 2)" from ''Who's the Boss'', where Tony and Angela realize that they had already met as children and had even shared a kiss while attending summer camp.
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*Homer hints that his pen pal may have been Osama Bin Laden.
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*In the [[Season 19]] episode "[[Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind]]", while traveling through his memories, Homer (literally) destroys the memory of his first kiss in this episode. Bart then makes him believe that Homer's first kiss was with [[Apu]].
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== Errors ==
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== Goofs ==
*In this episode, Milhouse states that his kiss with Homer in the treehouse was his first kiss. However, in the season 3 episode, "[[Bart's Friend Falls in Love]]" Milhouse shared his first kiss with Samantha Stanky.
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*In this episode, Milhouse states that his kiss with Homer in the treehouse was his first kiss. However, in the season 3 episode, "[[Bart's Friend Falls in Love]]" Milhouse shared his first kiss with [[Samantha Stankey]]. ''It's possible he'd forgotten about that kiss.''
*In the [[The Simpsons (season 19)|Season 19]] episode [[Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind]], while traveling through his memories, Homer (literally) destroys the memory of his first kiss in this episode. Bart then makes him believe that Homer's first kiss was with [[Apu]]. But this does not count because Frink's machine malfunctioned and Homer now believes it is with Marge again.
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*When Homer notices the beer bottle in Bart's treehouse, he cradles it and laments that it "never had a chance be become [his] urine", essentially regretting that he never got to drink it. Seconds earlier, however, Homer had in fact drank the beer when Milhouse poured it out of the treehouse (although he was asleep and was unaware of where the beer came from).
   
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  • Marge claims she enjoys Parliament but not Funkadelic in reference to the funk collective popular during the 70's. Both individual bands were led by George Clinton. Funkadelic was the heavier among the two individual bands, mixing heavy rock into the funk influence.
  • Marge's other favorite acts as a young girl are mostly considered "middle of the road" performers - Bobby Goldsboro, Gilbert O'Sullivan and Terry Jacks.
  • The episode title echoes that of the episode The Way We Was, which itself gets its name from the 1973 film The Way We Were.
  • Homer's imagined perfect world includes Screaming Yellow Zonkers, Quisp flying by in his spaceship, and the Kool-Aid Man—whom Homer kills by drinking him.
  • Before meeting the Sea Captain by the docks, Homer says, "I guess it's Roe v. Wade, and it's my right to choose." This namechecks the landmark American supreme court decision on abortion.
  • When the Captain rows Homer across the lake to meet Marge, he sings: "I met her on the mountain, there I took her life. I met her on the mountain, Stabbed her with my knife." These are lyrics from the folk song Tom Dooley, as made famous by The Kingston Trio.
  • This episode shares the same major storyline as "It Happened One Summer (Parts 1 and 2)" from Who's the Boss, where Tony and Angela realize that they had already met as children and had even shared a kiss while attending summer camp.
  • Homer hints that his pen pal may have been Osama Bin Laden.
  • In the Season 19 episode "Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind", while traveling through his memories, Homer (literally) destroys the memory of his first kiss in this episode. Bart then makes him believe that Homer's first kiss was with Apu.
Homer and Apu

Goofs Edit

  • In this episode, Milhouse states that his kiss with Homer in the treehouse was his first kiss. However, in the season 3 episode, "Bart's Friend Falls in Love" Milhouse shared his first kiss with Samantha Stankey. It's possible he'd forgotten about that kiss.
  • When Homer notices the beer bottle in Bart's treehouse, he cradles it and laments that it "never had a chance be become [his] urine", essentially regretting that he never got to drink it. Seconds earlier, however, Homer had in fact drank the beer when Milhouse poured it out of the treehouse (although he was asleep and was unaware of where the beer came from).


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