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Simpsons - Homer Walks Through Doors
At the start of the talent show in Lisa's Pony, Principal Skinner says "I would like to mention that the doors are now locked, so you cannot sneak out after your child has performed." Yet Homer seems to have got in (with Lisa's saxophone reed) with no problem at all!
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Firestorm on 08-05-2001
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Brendan writes:
Many things could explain this: 1. It may be locked but able to open from the outside. 2. Homer may have broken the door in to get to Lisa more quickly. or 3. Principal Skinner was lying in a sad attempt to keep everyone inside. PROBLEM SOLVED.
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-Julia- writes:
Well, this really wouldn't be counted as a slip-up if you think of it from the right way. If the doors were locked from the outside, it would mean that people wouldn't be able to get OUT, but Homer would be able to pick the lock with Lisa's reed to get IN.
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