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The episode is "The Regina Monologues" where Bart creates a museum for his found $1000 bill. This inspires the family to go to England for a holiday.


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Is it Are You Afraid of the Dark? Both series of Are You Afraid of the Dark? revolved around a group of teenagers who referred to themselves as "The Midnight Society." Every week, at a secret location in the woods, one member would tell a scary story to the group. The actual story, rather than the telling, was displayed to the television viewer. The story ...


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The Regina Monologues (#EABF22 / SI-1417) Aired Nov 23rd 2003 Mr. Burns loses a thousand-dollar bill that is quickly turned into the main display at the Museum of Modern Bart. After Burns shows up to reclaim his money, Bart realizes he still earned enough from charging admission to take the Simpsons to England. When they arrive, Marge begs Homer to make ...


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Apparently not. From www.lassieweb.org: Other television shows are always making jokes about Timmy being trapped in a well. Which episode was that? Not to disappoint you—and all the writers who have milked this joke for years—but the answer is "none"! The classic Lassie joke has been for years this: "Bark! Bark-bark! Bark!" "What is it, Lassie?" "...


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No. In all of the show's 571 episodes, Timmy (or Lassie's previous owner Jeff) has never fallen into a well once. He was trapped in mines and pipes and many other things, but not a well; in fact, it was Lassie herself who was trapped in a well in a season 17 two-part episode. From Wiki: "Timmy's in the well!" became a popular catchphrase years after the ...


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This plot is in The One With the Cuffs (Season 4, Episode 3). Joey is interrupted in the middle of the day by a door-to-door encyclopedia salesman. Joey, who has never shown much interest in books, is yearning for knowledge that brings him on par with his friends' difficult subjects, so he lets the salesman in. A few basic questions asked by the salesman ...


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This is not a Star Trek: TOS episode ..at least not a SINGLE episode. It has elements of several TOS episodes that you may be amalgamating or conflating. The elements / episodes in question... The Devil in the Dark ...has a creature (not human) defending her children against mining of a planet The Horta species possessed (as compared to carbon-based ...


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You seem to be confusing two shows, so I'll just fill in the blanks. The format of kids telling stories does indeed sound like Are You Afraid Of The Dark?, but the episode you were looking for is actually the Goosebumps episode Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns from 1996. When Drew's friends, Shane and Shana, pay her a visit, they offer to help her scare ...


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I believe the episode you are looking for is Homer Vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment from Season 2, at time 19:40 on my DVD. But I don't think it's an animation mistake per se - Homer is at the window and the other characters are in the background so are meant to look out of focus and "blurry". Well, judge for yourself :)


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This is the cartoon Good Will To Men(1955). It was directed By William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. The production team was the same team responsible for the Tom and Jerry cartoons although Tom and Jerry are not in it. The "men with long trunks" were soldiers wearing gas masks. The old mouse was the chorus master and he explains to the young mice how all the ...


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It has featured occasionally: Some examples are: Halloween on Spooner's Street (S09E04) - here is a video of it. Ready Willing and Disabled (S03E15) Wasted Talent (S02E20) - when Peter and Brian try and find the "golden ticket" to get entry to the Pawtucket Brewery they get drunk in the sun room. That's the episode the image above is from. Stewie Loves ...


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The current Black Canary no longer has a "Canary Cry" device; she's a metahuman who can make that sound naturally. The device that Laurel used, called the Canary Cry, was given to her on an episode of The Flash called "Who is Harrison Wells?" (S01E19). This is a minor crossover, where Joe and Cisco go to Starling City to dig up information on Harrison Wells,...


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Sounds like Burns Baby Burns from season 8. From this page: Montgomery Burns's long lost son recognizes his father on a train but is unable to board it before it moves away. He asks an attendant standing on the final carriage where it is going and is told "Springfield". The son says: "Yeah, but what state?" The guard's reply is almost inaudible, but ends ...


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If you Google "Spock Unicorn Dog", it seems that this image is from episode called "The Enemy Within" (Season 1 Episode 5). Scott assists in beaming a dog-like animal specimen from the planet, but he and the others are surprised when two identical creatures materialize - one completely docile and the other vicious. From IMDb's synopsis page: First, ...


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By the information you have given, it looks like a short pilot episode named Duck Dodgers in 24½ Century which was released in the year 1953. It stars Daffy duck as the main role an porky pig is the assistant. There are five sequels based on this short pilot episode. So I think you are getting confused about the episodes involving those characters. From ...


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As this Wikia page explains, this episode is a sequel to 2 other episodes where the Goths were featured most prominently: Raisins from season 7 (where Stan becomes a Goth) and The Ungroundable from season 12 (where Butters becomes a vampire wannabe). The title of this episode is probably a parody of Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and maybe alludes to Dawn ...


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"My Half-Acre" (Season 5, Episode 9) . .D. meets the klutzy Julie, and when he becomes smitten, Elliot attempts to help out with romance advice; Carla tries to find Cox's soft side when he refuses to kiss his son; Turk and Janitor put together an air band to win a contest, but Kelso gives them a tremendous obstacle. Here it is:


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Sounds like A Day in Beaumont, a segment from the first season of the 80s Twilight Zone revival. In 1955, Kevin and Faith Carlson are travelling through the country when they see a meteorite strike over the next hill. On investigation, they discover an alien spacecraft manned by insectoid beings. The Carlsons race to the nearest town to report what they'...


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You're looking for Gray Matter, season 1 episode 5, when Walt finally agrees to undergo the treatment. He's scanned about 5 minutes before the end of the episode. It's a machine that uses what looks like a vacuum-sealed clear plastic sheet and green radiation rays. Here's a picture:


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Your description very well matches the episode "The Widowmaker" of MacGyver Ep. 8 Season 3. From IMDB: While scaling the cliff face known as "The Widowmaker," Mac loses his best friend. Before he can properly grieve, he is forced to run from an old enemy who is now hunting him down. With the help of a colleague, Mac finds his way back to the Widowmaker ...


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Sounds like Konrad from 1985 starring Ned Beatty. Konrad is a perfect instant child "born" in a factory at age 8. Due to a mistake in the factory's computer, Konrad is delivered to Bertie Bartolotti, a woman whose life and appearance are in a constant state of disarray. Konrad arrives looking like a gremlin, but when Bertie pours a nutrient solution over ...


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Actually, you seem to be looking for the spin off Young Hercules's pilot movie (essentially episode 0). Alcmene, fearing she will lose her son, sends Hercules to Cheiron's academy. Once there, he meets up with Iolaus, a pain in the neck who he knew from his own village; Jason, The Crowned Prince of Corinth; and the female cadet Yvenna. Shortly after their ...


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Season 2, episode 2. "Holy c***" meg walks in from school into the sun room to a conversation with peters non biological father Francis Griffin.


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Also S2 E10 - Brian and Stewie have a conversation in there. Brian is in the green chair and the room is surrounded by screens.


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