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Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind 

Homer goes to Dr. Frink to help him recover his memories from the night before, and he discovers, based on his interpretation of the memories, that Marge is having an affair.

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Homer goes to Dr. Frink to help him recover his memories from the night before, and he discovers, based on his interpretation of the memories, that Marge is having an affair.

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The title is based in the film "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)". See more »

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Lisa Simpson: Dad, you just destroyed your first kiss.
Homer Simpson: Really? Who was it with?
Bart Simpson: Uh... Apu.
Homer Simpson: Oh, yeah.
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References The Simpsons: The Way We Weren't (2004) See more »

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Day After Day
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Performed by Badfinger
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My Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind Review
10 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson is an episode of The Simpsons that won an Emmy that is a parody Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and It's a Wonderful Life. In this episode, Homer wakes up with no recollection of the prior night due to drinking a powerful drink from Moe and, with the help of Frink, revisits his past memories with Bart and Lisa. They piece together that Marge might be having an affair with Duffman. Feeling depressed, Homer thinks about killing himself in It's a Wonderful Life style. (only the bridge scene is parodied, though) I found this episode a little emotional and funny, especially the part where we see Homer's entire life flash before his eyes. If you're a Simpsons/Spotless Mind fan, then you should watch this. My Rating: 8/10


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