So tonight we're watching The Simpsons. Tonight they had two episodes, one of which was about a campaign to make Springfield an un-kid friendly place.
About half-way through, they have a scene of them changing the Toy's R Us logo and show kids crying including Milhouse grimacing. It was just for a couple of seconds. But apparently I'm not the only world war II history freak out there. One of the writers there made a reference to a World War II image of a sad French man in a crowd as the Nazi's walked triumphantly through Paris.
What's impressive is the detail. They have the lady with the hat on the left, the dark haired woman peaking out from behind, etc. It's just another example of why The Simpsons is so great. It's full of these kinds of references. For every one we catch, one wonders how many go right by.