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The article says: The examine text "Does whatever a spider-sardine does" is likely a reference to a scenes in The Simpsons movie where Homer attempts to make his pet pig able to walk on walls and ceilings like Spiderman, and sings a mis-quote of the Spiderman theme: "Spider-pig, Spider-pig, does whatever a spider-pig does."  However, this monster predates The Simpsons Movie by about 5 months.  Was that line used in commercials or trailers?  If not, this monster's examine text is not likely a reference to that movie, but instead to the Spider-Man theme itself. FearTheMedia (talk) 04:38, April 21, 2013 (UTC)

This line was used in trailers. 19:53, October 25, 2013 (UTC)



And also...
Further changes were made after the March 2007 preview screenings of the film in Portland, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona. [...] The older model was the one used by Burger King for the action figure. Cargill's scene with Bart and Homer at the film's conclusion was added in to fully resolve his story, and the "Spider-Pig" gag was also a late addition.
Both of these post-date the release and, more importantly, the development of the spidine. Small recharge gem AnselaJonla Slayer-icon 20:03, October 25, 2013 (UTC)
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