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Report on St Patrick's Day and the First Episode of the Simpsons' 20th Season

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  1. Introduction
  2. The Simpsons
  3. Summary of the episode
  4. Analysis
  5. Conclusion

In this report, I will discuss Saint Patrick's Day. My analysis will be built from the first episode of the Simpsons' 20th season. This episode is named "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes". I chose to analyze the first American event I saw in this episode, Saint Patrick's Day. Also named Paddy's Day, this Christian celebration which is on 17 March, celebrates Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. In the USA, according to an article written in Wikipedia, "celebrations are generally themed around all things Irish". A lot of people, Irish and non-Irish, celebrate it by wearing green, eating Irish food, drinking Irish drinks such as Irish stout (in particular a Guinness, the famous Irish beer) or Irish whiskey. In this episode of the Simpsons, we notice the characters wearing green clothes: a green hat, a green dress and a green tee shirt with a clover on it. Traditionally, the persons who are caught not wearing green are affectionately pinched.

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