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Simpsons - Barnhouse Door
When Homer and Marge are going on a ride (forgot what for -- I think a fridge motor) they stop at a barn. 2 pigs run by, named Steve and Theresa. :) The barn owner sees the door open and goes to find the tresspasser. You will notice that the door is open. HOW ELSE WOULD THE PIGS GET OUT? Then, when they show the inside of the barn, the farmer is struggling to OPEN THE DOOR! Well, there is only one thing I can think of that closed the door... the wind.
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JJ on 01-12-2000
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Comments:
Spyder writes:
You just answed your own question, soldier. The wind.
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Diablo writes:
Oh c'mon. The wind just nudged it closed and the clasp or bolt or w/e just slipped into place... easy as that. Or maybe the farmer closed it so the intruders couldn't get out that way??
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Surfer_Gurl writes:
Maybe the pigs fly...
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@ssKicker writes:
If the farmer was struggling to open it, the wind couldn't have been strong enough to shut it. If it were a hurricane, it would have been shown. By the way, Spyder- are you THE Spyder? You know, lead programmer of Riven? Hinter of the Easter Eggs? Probably not, but it's a cool coincidence.
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Co Co writes:
Homer and Marge probably closed the barn door when they got in there, but the pigs got out before they did.
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