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Simpsons - Hatless Homer
Watch the Simpsons episode where Homer gets the bucket stuck on his head and Bart becomes like Brother Faith. In the scene where Homer attempts to trick the Dean with the bucket full of glue, you can clearly see that he is wearing all black, including a black beanie. When the second bucket falls on his head he is still wearing the beanie, yet when the bucket is removed there is no beanie.
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Brendan on 08-01-2001
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Brain writes:
Since the bucket was full of glue, the glue went down and stuck to his head, therefore indulging the beanie. Therefore when they take it out the glue should be stuck to the side of the bucket and stuck to the beanie. Look in the bucket and you'll find the Black Bucket Beanie.
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Spike writes:
Since it was full of glue, wouldn't it be in the bucket?
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Brendan writes:
And yet if the editors were thinking about the beanie, Homer was still able to pin-point his two hairs (when they were torn off), even against the Black Beanie Background.
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