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Simpsons - The Couch That Would Not Die!
Watch the episode, 'Brother, can you spare two dimes'.
You know when Bart and Lisa are doing the 'Lounge room Olympics' and Bart breaks the chair doing 'Couch Pole Vaulting' and destroys the couch. It is wrecked for ever.
Then at the end of the film, with no explanation, the chair is magically fixed and is exactly in the same condition, size, shape and colour as the old one!
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1-2 eyes, 1 head, 1 brain.
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get outta my house!!! on 11-07-2001
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Comments:
Caz writes:
hey can I just say one thing its the Simpsons! a cartoon! not real! I mean come on Maggie has attacked homer what would normally knock someone senseless and he gets up and walks away! he has had a great big cannon fired at him! so do you really think a couch is gonna stay broken? jeeezzz.
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EddieG writes:
Yeah, but in other episodes of The Simpsons, we see that Marge has a huge ball of pearl chokers, exactly the same as the one she wears all the time(in the Malloy the cat-burglar episode), and Homer has loads of identical white shirts(the Michael Jackson episode, but they're all dyed pink in this one). Whose to say that they don't have an identical couch?
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Simpsonsbiggestfan writes:
The couch is one of the most well known parts of "The Simpsons", It can't be destroyed!!
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Veronica writes:
They could have bought another couch but didn't tell you.
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