Noticing his desperate situation, Homer offers to turn himself in so Wiggum could get his old job back... unaware that the punishment for violating the law of prohibition is being catapulted. But this endeavor proves short-lived as the stills keep exploding. watch 01:41. History Talk (0) Comments Share. AKA: The Simpsons, Сiмпсони, Al shamshoon, Familja Simpson, Les Simpson. The air blows up his mustache and his shirt, as … Homer vs the 18th Amendment 2018 Event is the 2nd minor event of 2018 and the 34th minor event overall. After Bart becomes intoxicated at the annual St. Patrick's Day parade, Springfield enforces a Prohibition-era law. The town clerk discovering more lines on the parchment that reveal the Prohibition law was repealed a year after it was enacted. In the episode, Springfield enacts prohibition after a raucous Saint Patrick's Day celebration. A page for describing YMMV: Simpsons S 8 E 18 Homer Vs The Eighteenth Amendment. Homer vs. the 18th Amendment is a fantastic Simpsons episode with a very well written storyline and a ton of very funny scenes. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Often followed with the nonsensical "To think about what you've done." Chief Wiggum getting fired from his job is more than earned given his actions in this and previous episodes. "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment" is the 18th episode of The Simpsons' eighth season. Edit. By day, I'm a mild-mannered reporter for a major Metropolitan newspaper. The Simpsons (TV Series) Homer vs. the 18th Amendment (1997) Photo Gallery. History Talk (0) Comments Share. He then ends up flung by the catapult by "accident"... on Wiggum's orders. "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire": Also known as "The Simpsons Christmas Special", Homer discovers he won't be getting a Christmas bonus and so the family won't have any money for Christmas. Desperate to keep alcohol in the city, Homer takes matters into his own hands. As a result, Homer and his friends open a speakeasy while a no-nonsense Elliot Ness-style lawman sets out to stop them. He then tells them, "Beat it. "The Simpsons" Homer vs. the 18th Amendment (TV Episode 1997) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. What are you lookin' at? Yes, there is an entire Simpsons episode called “Homer vs. After Bart inadvertently becomes drunk at a St. Patrick's Day celebration, an old prohibition law banning drinking in Springfield is rediscovered and enforced. Add Image. The news lead the town's boozehounds to pass out. Dave … Hey, Homer, ain't that your kid on TV? Frank Grimes is hired to the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and declares he detests Homer's antics. 12 photos. When asked what'd happen to him, Homer said he'd probably be just fined. English [CC] Audio languages. Where are the designated drivers? The air blows up his mustache and his shirt, as … After escaping Banner, Homer insists to Marge that nothing happened to the car, despite the obvious damage to it. "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment" contains examples of: Duff Zero goes over like a concrete zeppelin because the drinkers of Springfield, Prohibiting alcohol didn't make people stop wanting to drink alcohol. The Veggie Tales sing-along video "The End of Silliness?" Rex Banner is too inept to realize Homer is the Beer Baron he's been hunting down. Homer is then exonerated and vows to bring back booze at once, proclaiming it to be both the cause of and solution to all of life's problems.----!! [Two patrons raise their hands] Beat it! The innocent words … "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment" is the 18th episode of The Simpsons' eighth season. [Hiccups] "What are you looking at?" Did Banner's fellow cops, especially the more sane Lou really not notice the crowd at Moe's "Pet Shop" accidentally showing off their beers to them when Banner had turned around, or were they in on the whole scheme and bribed, or just simply not want to enforce the law over both their own love of beer and hatred of Banner. The Eighteenth Amendment ” and it deals with the issue of Prohibition in Springfield. He is soon caught tipsily strolling along the parade, leading to a town-wide outrage, with Brockman suggesting Prohibition as a measure. [context?] Stay the hell away from me, because from now on, we're enemies!” Frank Grimes declaring himself Homer's enemy "Homer's Enemy" is the twenty-third episode of Season 8. The event started with the short questline Pass, Puff, Puff Intro, followed by the main questline, Pass, Puff, Puff which unlocked all the personal prizes of the event. After Bart inadvertently becomes drunk at a St. Patrick's Day celebration, an old prohibition law banning drinking in Springfield is rediscovered and enforced. The innocent words of a drunken child. The episode was written by John Swartzwelder and directed by Bob Anderson. A St. Patrick's Day riot leads Springfield to reinstate Prohibition. 12 photos. Alternative Character Interpretation: Did Banner's fellow cops, especially … Tropes … English. When Marge protests such a form of punishment, Banner goes into a rant about why laws must be upheld, including the fact he'd kill everybody if it were not for the law. Views: 642. Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment Add a photo to this gallery When Prohibition is revived in Springfield, Homer and Bart supply the town with alcohol. In "Homer vs. the 18th Amendment", when Homer is questioned by Marge about where he's going (that is, to go to the bowling alley to roll alcohol in bowling balls to Moe's), Homer replies with, "I'm not gonna lie to you, Marge..... so long!" The innocent words of a drunken child. One of the Stock Phrases most often used in a Dom Com when a kid acts up. When Marge confronts Homer about the bowling balls (which are hollowed to smuggle beer), Homer's response is "I'm not gonna lie to you, Marge." As the beer supply runs out, Homer resorts to homebrewing liquor for Moe's Tav... er, Pet Shop. Audio languages. Lisa thinks people should still follow the prohibition law, even if it's unpopular. Storyline. "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment": Alcohol is banned from Springfield, so Homer goes into bootlegging. S8E18: Homer vs. the 18th Amendment. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on March 16, 1997. With Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith. It's an absolute classic filled with so much memorable dialogue from start to finish, I loved seeing Homer as the main man in this crime, Chief Wiggum had many memorable parts, and Rex Banner is also a really funny once off character. Homer is then exonerated and vows to bring back booze at once, proclaiming it to be both the cause of and solution to all of life's problems. Subverted in an earlier episode, "Homer vs the 18th Amendment", where Moe tells all of the arriving patrons that it is going to be the biggest drinking day of the year due to it being St. Patrick's Day, and asks for the Designated Drivers to identify themselves. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from firstname.lastname@example.org. Transcript Act I ... Hey, Homer, ain't that your kid on TV? It is pointed out that the cops were all drunks with Banner as the real threat. 8.18 171 - Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment; 8.19 172 - Grade School Confidential; 8.20 173 - The Canine Mutiny; 8.21 174 - The Old Man and the Lisa; 8.22 175 - In Marge We Trust; 8.23 176 - Homer's Enemy; 8.24 177 - The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase; 8.25 178 - The Secret War of Lisa Simpson; 9 Season 9. He then proceeds to drive off without saying anything. Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment.
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