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- Boy Meets Curl (MABF05 / S21E12)
- Homer and Marge go to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics as part of the United States mixed curling team.
- The opening ceremonies, written by Canadian director Ivan Reitman of Ghostbusters, all countries introduced with, "Who are you going to call..."
- Bart's new Canadian friend, Milhoose asks, "Your sister is hotter than a Calgary brushfire, mind if I ask her oot?", but after seeing her obsession with Olympic pins he comments, "She is as loonie as a one dollar coin. "
- When Skinner breaks his broom during the finals, a man with a fleur-de-lis flag yells "sacrebleu" and the man with a Canadian flag next to him says "sacred blue"
- The episode incorrectly predicted that the gold metal hockey game would be between the United States and Russia.
- Eeny Teeny Maya Moe (LABF06 / S20E16)
- At the start of the episode Homer is seen watching a very important "Mid-Atlantic hockey league conference, semi-final, do-over game". The play-by-play commentator of game sounds Canadian, and the studio commentators have the French-Canadian names Jean-Pierre Pétomane and Doc Jacques Lalonde. Jean-Piere looks like Don Cherry (oh the irony), while the third commentator, Wayne Bockhorn, looks like Barry Melrose.
- Midnight Rx (FABF16 / S16E06)
- Homer and Grandpa start smuggling drugs in from Canada when drug costs get to high in the United States. In Canada they meet up with Grandpa's contact who gives them a Health Care card and says "take that to any pharmacy and you'll get enough drugs to make Regina look like Saskatoon".
- After several runs finally they gets arrested at the border. In jail they are visited by a lawyer with a French translator.
- Lawyer: We have confiscated your car and all its contents
- Translator: Nous avons confisqué votre voiture et tout son contenu
- Lawyer: You may leave Canada but never return
- Translator: Vous pouvez quitter le Canada mais ne jamais retourner
- Lawyer: I am a big fat french idiot
- Translator: Je suis un grand gros ... hey
- Also on the trip you notice the welcome sign to Winnipeg says "We were born here, what's your excuse?"
- Skinner's Sense of Snow (CABF06 / S12E08)
- The Simpsons watch the circus "Cirque de Puree". The pamphlet for the circus states: "As French-Canadians, they don't believe in refunds or exploiting animals for entertainment"; much to the disappointment of Homer.
- Bart's Friend Falls in Love (8F22 / S03E23)
- Milhouse's girlfriend Samantha is sent to Saint Sebastian's School for Wicked Girls, which happens to be run by French Canadian Nuns. When Milhouse goes to visit her a nun says, "Samantha, ne pas de boys".
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