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Simpsons - Homer's Clothing Changes in Homerpalooza
About 17min 30sec into the episode, Homer is about to perform his last cannonball "catch" when he chickens out at the last minute. While performing he wears shorts and sneakers, but a second later when he steps off the stage towards his family, he is wearing his usual blue pants and brown shoes.
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Season 7, episode 24 (#3F21) "Homerpalooza"
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Mad-Man on 01-19-2000
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Comments:
Homer writes:
Don't you get it? It's symbolism, man! You see, it is representative of Homer's transformation from a star back to a regular person. While famous, as part of he side show, he wore shorts and sneakers to show his non-conformist ways. Upon returning to "normal", he reverts to his standard attire of blue pants and shoes. that ought'a hold those SOB's....
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Mike182 writes:
It is somewhat comical that his clothes change, but if you notice, that's the first time that he is wearing the shorts and sneakers.
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Homer writes:
Yeah. What that guy said.
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Diablo writes:
What? He was wearing the blue pants the entire time.
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Piddzilla writes:
The Simpsons is an ironic cartoon and the changing in clothes is a joke, not a slip-up.
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