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This One Episode Of "The Simpsons" Can Tear Friendships Apart

"Ever see a guy say goodbye to a shoe?"

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But despite being almost universally beloved, there is ONE THING about "You Only Move Twice" that fans have never been able to agree on.

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A pretty amusing, innocuous scene right? WRONG. Because here's the question that can tear friendships apart at the seams:

When Homer says "yes, once," is he referring to some previous time he'd seen a man say goodbye to a shoe?

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On one hand, OF COURSE the joke is that Homer has previously seen a man say goodbye to a shoe. That's just the kind of ridiculous thing that would happen to him.

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  1. So, let's end the madness and put the argument to rest, once and for all. What is Homer referring to when he replies with "yes, once"?

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    Incorrect
    He's OF COURSE talking about a completely different time he saw a man say goodbye to a shoe.
    Correct
    Incorrect
    He's DEFINITELY referring to Hank Scorpio throwing away his moccasins.
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    Incorrect
    I'm afraid to pick one because I don't want my friends to be mad at me.
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So, let's end the madness and put the argument to rest, once and for all. What is Homer referring to when he replies with "yes, once"?
  1.  
    vote votes
    He's OF COURSE talking about a completely different time he saw a man say goodbye to a shoe.
  2.  
    vote votes
    He's DEFINITELY referring to Hank Scorpio throwing away his moccasins.
  3.  
    vote votes
    I'm afraid to pick one because I don't want my friends to be mad at me.

UPDATE

Dan Castellaneta weighed in with his interpretation of the joke. See his response here.

 
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