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Simpsons - Lego Fork
During the Season 11 Episode, "Eight Misbehavin'," Apu and his wife have eight kids. In the beginning, couple runs into the Simpsons eating at the Swedish furniture store, and Homer is using a four-forked lego mechanism to eat. Homer eats all of the food on the lego, but when Apu talks to him, the food magically returns.
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spiral writes:
While much of what happens in the Simpsons is quasi-realistic, it's still a cartoon! And in a cartoon, food can get eaten again and again and never reduce in portion on the plate. Watch any family dinner scene. It's just cartoon-rules baby.
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kwyjibo writes:
in the episode where Bart aly joins the Junior campers, at the end it shows Homer eating the same Krusty burger, it's intentional
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homer jnr writes:
this is the same as the sushi resturant when homer eats the same piece of sushi over and over.
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jderk writes:
Oh no!!! This must mean that Homer must have got more food on his forks when it showed Apu. That is wrong because Homer doesn't eat very much. Duuurh! Where's the slip-up?
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pikachu's master writes:
spirel24 is right ever seen "garfield" or "scooby doo"?
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b writes:
http://www.ikea.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/IkeaNearYouView? Yes, just watched this episode last night and it is a take on IKEA (even the yellow and blue store colors). Is episode 11 out on DVD? Maybe they mention something on the audio commentary about the re-appearing food?
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Anonymous188 writes:
It doesn't matter where Lego comes from. Fact is, they were in a Swedish furniture store - it was a mockery of IKEA, which is Swedish. Non-Denmark-related stores and people can own Lego, too.
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rebekah Aka ade writes:
This was a joke. It was intentional, just like a lot of things.
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Aidan writes:
Actually, Lego comes from Denmark and not from Sweden
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Trivimaster writes:
Rebekha Aka Something> This was NOT done intentionally and it was NOT a joke. I can't see the humor in food reappearing on a fork. I agree with Spiral.
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