Bart is caught shop-lifting a video game from a store. He is barred from the store, but when Marge visits it with Bart in tow, the gung-ho store detective tells her of her son's misdemeanor and they grow apart. Eventually, Bart gives her a Christmas present, which she fears he has stolen, but when she discovers it is a framed picture of himself paid for in full, she is overjoyed, and gives him a video game, though sadly it is a golf instruction video, and not the game he desperately wanted.
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When Bart is thinking about the game, he imagines that there's video game characters talking to him. Two of them are parodies of Mario and Luigi. Dan Castellaneta
provided narration for Super Mario Bros.
(1993). See more
When the security guard puts the VHS tapes into the VCR to play Marge the tape of Bart stealing: the wall behind the TV is blank and the same color as the floor (with no line delineating the floor from the wall), yet in a wider shot, the wall behind them is full of TV's on green shelving; the security guard has moved further to the right; and the people behind them change. And when the tape goes in, Marge is holding Maggie, and Maggie switches to Homer without Marge handing her over. See more
STEALING! How could you? Why do you think I took you to see all those "Police Academy" movies, FOR FUN? I DIDN'T HEAR ANYONE LAUGHING, DID YOU? except at that guy who made sound effects.
[Tries to do a few
Now where was I? Oh, yeah: stay away from my booze.
The Little Drummer Boy
Written by Katherine K. Davis
, Henry Onorati
and Harry Simeone See more