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This classic film from 1939 narrates the love between Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler during the American civil war. It's the history of a selfish woman who doesn't want to admit her feelings about the man she loves, and finally loses him.


Season 5 - 1F05 - Bart's Inner Child

When Marge goes out into the garden she comes across dozens of injured children lying on the ground. The scene is similar to the scene in Gone With The Wind where Scarlett goes downtown to get to the hospital, and comes across many injured soldiers after the burning og Atlanta.

Season 2 - 7F18 - Brush with Greatness

- As God is my witness I'll always be hungry again!

Said by Homer after he decideds to go on a diet.


- As God is my witness I'll never be hungry again!

Said by Scarlett after she pulls a carrot out of the ground.

Season 2 - 7F03 - Bart gets an F
- As God is my witness I can pass the fourth grade!   - As God is my witness they're not going to lick my.
Season 2 - 7F15 - Principal Charming
The shot of Seymore Skinner infront of Springfield Elementary is similar to a scene in the movie. The line: "After all, tomorrow is another day!" is said by Scarlett in the end of the movie after Rhett breaks up with her.
Season 10 - AABF16 - The Old Man and the "C" Student
- Oh Rhett, Rhett!   - Oh Rhett, Rhett!
Scarlett: Oh, Rhett, where will I go? What'll I do?
Rhett: Frankly my dear, [switch voices] I love you. Let's remarry.
  Scarlett: Oh, Rhett, where will I go? What'll I do?
Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn.
  Bart: They cut out the best word!
  Hans Moleman: Didn't that movie used to have a war in it?
  Guards: Come on, get up. You've been warned.
At the retirement home they watch a senior friendly version of Gone With The Wind, where Rhett doesn't leave Scarlett and the sivil war is cut from the movie. Bart is clearly disapointed when Scarlett and Rhett doesn't break up, and Hans Moleman misses the sivil war.

All screenshots by Henrik. Thanks to SNPP.COM for lots of the information. Plot from IMDB.COM