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The Simpsons
Simpsons FamilyPicture.png
Clockwise from top left: Marge, Homer, Bart, Santa's Little Helper (dog), Snowball II (cat), Lisa, and Maggie in the center.
Genre Animation
Comedy
Created by Matt Groening
Developed by James L. Brooks
Matt Groening
Sam Simon
Voices of Dan Castellaneta
Julie Kavner
Nancy Cartwright
Yeardley Smith
Hank Azaria
Harry Shearer
(Complete list)
Theme music composer Danny Elfman
Opening theme "The Simpsons Theme"
Composer(s) Alf Clausen
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 21
No. of episodes 455 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Al Jean
Ian Maxtone-Graham
John Frink
James L. Brooks
Matt Groening
Matt Selman
Sam Simon
Running time 22–24 minutes
Production company(s) Gracie Films
20th Century Fox Television
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Picture format 480i (SDTV) (1989–2009)
720p (HDTV) (2009–present)
Audio format Stereo (1989–1991)
Dolby Surround (1991–2009)
Dolby Digital 5.1 (2009–present)
Original run December 17, 1989 – present
Chronology
Preceded by The Simpsons shorts
Related shows The Tracey Ullman Show
External links
Official website
The Simpsons is an American animated television sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series is a satirical parody of a working-class American lifestyle epitomized by its eponymous family[1], which consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. The show is set in the fictional city of Springfield, and lampoons American culture, society, television and many aspects of the human condition.
The family was conceived by Groening shortly before a pitch for a series of animated shorts with the producer James L. Brooks. Groening created a dysfunctional family and named the characters after members of his own family, substituting Bart for his own name. The shorts became a part of The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987. After a three-season run, the sketch was developed into a half-hour prime time show and was an early hit for Fox, becoming the first Fox series to land in the Top 30 ratings in a season (1989–1990).
Since its debut on December 17, 1989 the show has broadcast 455 episodes and the twenty-first season began airing on September 27, 2009.[2] The Simpsons Movie, a feature-length film, was released in theaters worldwide on July 26 and July 27, 2007, and grossed US$527 million worldwide.
The Simpsons has won dozens of awards since it debuted as a series, including 25 Primetime Emmy Awards, 26 Annie Awards and a Peabody Award. Time magazine's December 31, 1999 issue named it the 20th century's best television series, and on January 14, 2000 the Simpson family was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, the longest-running American animated program, and in 2009 it surpassed Gunsmoke as the longest running American primetime entertainment series. Homer's exclamatory catchphrase "D'oh!" has been adopted into the English lexicon, while The Simpsons has influenced many adult-oriented animated sitcoms.

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Origins

Groening conceived of the idea for the Simpsons in the lobby of James L. Brooks's office. Brooks had asked Groening to pitch an idea for a series of animated shorts, which Groening initially intended to present as his Life in Hell series. However, when Groening realized that animating Life in Hell would require the rescinding of publication rights for his life's work, he chose another approach and formulated his version of a dysfunctional family.[3] He named the characters after his own family members, substituting "Bart" for his own name.[4]
The Simpson family as they first appeared in The Tracey Ullman Show.
The Simpson family first appeared as shorts in The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987.[5] Groening submitted only basic sketches to the animators and assumed that the figures would be cleaned up in production. However, the animators merely re-traced his drawings, which led to the crude appearance of the characters in the initial short episodes.[4] One of the earliest jobs of the Klasky Csupo company was creating animated sequences for the The Tracey Ullman Show which led to the start of The Simpsons.[6] The animation was produced domestically at Klasky Csupo,[7] with Wesley Archer, David Silverman, and Bill Kopp being animators for the first season.[8] Georgie Peluse was the colorist and the person who decided to make the characters yellow.[8]
In 1989, a team of production companies adapted The Simpsons into a half-hour series for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The team included what is now the Klasky Csupo animation house. Jim Brooks negotiated a provision in the contract with the Fox network that prevented Fox from interfering with the show's content.[9] Groening said his goal in creating the show was to offer the audience an alternative to what he called "the mainstream trash" that they were watching.[10] The half-hour series premiered on December 17, 1989 with "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire", a Christmas special.[11] "Some Enchanted Evening" was the first full-length episode produced, but it did not broadcast until May 1990, as the last episode of the first season, because of animation problems.[12] In 1992, Tracey Ullman filed a lawsuit against Fox, claiming that her show was the source of the series' success. The suit said she should receive a share of the profits of The Simpsons—a claim rejected by the courts.[13]

Production

Executive producers

List of show runners throughout the series' run:
Matt Groening and James L. Brooks have served as executive producers during the show's entire history, and also function as creative consultants. Sam Simon, described by former Simpsons director Brad Bird as "the unsung hero" of the show,[14] served as creative supervisor for the first four seasons. He was constantly at odds with Groening, Brooks and Gracie Films and left in 1993.[15] Before leaving, he negotiated a deal that sees him receive a share of the profits every year, and an executive producer credit despite not having worked on the show since 1993.[15][16] A more involved position on the show is the show runner, who acts as head writer and manages the show's production for an entire season.[17]

Writing

Al Jean (left) is the current executive producer of the show and David Mirkin (right) is a former executive producer and has been a part of the writing staff since 1994.
The first team of writers, assebled by Sam Simon, consisted of John Swartzwelder, Jon Vitti, George Meyer, Jeff Martin, Al Jean, Mike Reiss, Jay Kogen and Wallace Wolodarsky.[18] Newer Simpsons' writing teams typically consist of sixteen writers who propose episode ideas at the beginning of each December.[19] The main writer of each episode writes the first draft. Group rewriting sessions develop final scripts by adding or removing jokes, inserting scenes, and calling for re-readings of lines by the show’s vocal performers.[20] Until 2004,[21] the leader of these sessions was George Meyer, who had developed the show since Season One. According to long-time writer Jon Vitti, Meyer usually invented the best lines in a given episode, even though other writers may receive script credits.[20] Each episode takes six months to produce so the show rarely comments on current events.[22] However, episodes occasionally mention planned events, such as the Olympics or the Super Bowl.
Part of the writing staff of The Simpsons in 1992. Back row, left to right: Mike Mendel, Colin ABV Lewis (partial), Jeff Goldstein, Al Jean (partial), Conan O'Brien, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Mike Reiss, Ken Tsumara, George Meyer, John Swartzwelder, Jon Vitti (partial), CJ Gibson and David M. Stern. Front row, left to right: Dee Capelli, Lona Williams, and unknown.
Credited with sixty episodes, John Swartzwelder is the most prolific writer on The Simpsons' staff.[23] One of the best-known former writers is Conan O'Brien, who contributed to several episodes in the early 1990s before replacing David Letterman as host of the talk show Late Night.[24] English comedian Ricky Gervais wrote the episode "Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife", becoming the first celebrity to both write and guest star in an episode.[25] Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, writers of the film Superbad, wrote the episode "Homer the Whopper", with Rogen voicing a character in it.[26]
At the end of 2007 the writers of The Simpsons went on strike together with the rest of the Writers Guild of America, East. The show's writers had joined the guild in 1998.[27]

Voice actors

The Simpsons has six main cast members. Dan Castellaneta performs Homer Simpson, Abraham Simpson, Krusty the Clown, Barney Gumble and other adult, male characters.[28] Julie Kavner speaks the voices of Marge Simpson and Patty and Selma, as well as several minor characters.[28] Castellaneta and Kavner had been a part of The Tracey Ullman Show cast and were given the parts so that new actors would not be needed.[29] Nancy Cartwright performs the voices of Bart Simpson, Ralph Wiggum and other children.[28] Yeardley Smith, the voice of Lisa Simpson, is the only cast member who regularly voices only one character, although she occasionally plays other episodic characters.[28] The producers decided to hold casting for the roles of Bart and Lisa. Smith had initially been asked to audition for the role of Bart, but casting director Bonita Pietila believed her voice was too high.[30] Smith was given the role of Lisa instead.[31] Nancy Cartwright originally intended to audition for Lisa, but upon arriving at the audition, she found that Lisa was simply described as the "middle child" and at the time did not have much personality. Cartwright became more interested in the role of Bart, who was described as "devious, underachieving, school-hating, irreverent, [and] clever".[32] Matt Groening let her try out for the part instead, and upon hearing her read, gave her the job on the spot.[33] Cartwright is the only one of the six main Simpsons cast members who had been professionally trained in voice acting prior to working on the show.[34] There are two male actors who do not voice members of the title family but play a majority of the male townspeople; Hank Azaria, who has been a part of the Simpsons regular voice cast since the second season,[35] voices recurring characters such as Moe, Chief Wiggum and Apu, and Harry Shearer provides voices for Mr. Burns, Smithers, Principal Skinner, Ned Flanders, Reverend Lovejoy, and Dr. Hibbert.[28] With the exception of Harry Shearer, every main cast member has won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance.[36] However, Shearer was nominated for the award in 2009.[37]
With one exception, episode credits list only the voice actors, and not the characters they voice. Both Fox and the production crew wanted to keep their identities secret during the early seasons and, therefore, closed most of the recording sessions while refusing to publish photos of the recording artists.[38] However, the network eventually revealed which roles each actor performed in the episode "Old Money", because the producers said the voice actors should receive credit for their work.[39] In 2003, the cast appeared in an episode of Inside the Actors Studio, doing live performances of their characters' voices.
Up until 1998, the six main actors were paid $30,000 per episode. In 1998 they were involved in a pay dispute with Fox. The company threatened to replace them with new actors, even going as far as preparing for casting of new voices. The series creator Groening supported the actors in their action.[40] However, the issue was soon resolved and, from 1998 to 2004, they were paid $125,000 per episode. The show's revenue continued to rise through syndication and DVD sales, and in April 2004 the main cast stopped appearing for script readings, demanding they be paid $360,000 per episode.[41][42] The strike was resolved a month later[43] and their salaries were increased to something between $250,000[44] and $360,000 per episode.[45] In 2008, production for the twentieth season was put on hold due to new contract negotiations with the voice actors, who wanted a "healthy bump" in salary to an amount close to $500,000 per episode.[45] The negotiations were soon completed, and the actors' salary was raised to $400,000 per episode.[46]
Main cast members
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Dan Castellaneta Julie Kavner Nancy Cartwright Yeardley Smith Hank Azaria Harry Shearer
Homer, Grampa, Barney, Krusty, Groundskeeper Willie, Mayor Quimby, Hans Moleman and many others Marge, Patty and Selma Bart, Nelson, Ralph, Todd Flanders, others Lisa Moe, Chief Wiggum, Apu, Comic Book Guy, Carl, Cletus, Professor Frink, Dr. Nick and many others Mr. Burns, Smithers, Ned Flanders, Rev. Lovejoy, Kent Brockman, Dr. Hibbert, Lenny, Principal Skinner, Otto, Rainier Wolfcastle and many others
In addition to the main cast, Pamela Hayden, Tress MacNeille, Marcia Wallace, Maggie Roswell, and Russi Taylor voice supporting characters.[28] From 1999 to 2002, Maggie Roswell's characters were voiced by Marcia Mitzman Gaven. Karl Wiedergott has appeared in minor roles, but does not voice any recurring characters.[47] Repeat "special guest" cast members include Albert Brooks, Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz, Joe Mantegna, and Kelsey Grammer.[48]
Episodes will quite often feature guest voices from a wide range of professions, including actors, athletes, authors, bands, musicians and scientists. In the earlier seasons, most of the guest stars voiced characters, but eventually more started appearing as themselves. Tony Bennett was the first guest star to appear as himself, appearing briefly in the season two episode "Dancin' Homer".[49] The Simpsons holds the world record for "Most Guest Stars Featured in a Television Series".[50]
The show has been dubbed into several other languages, including Japanese, German, Spanish, and Portuguese. It is also one of the few programs dubbed in both French and Quebec French.[51] The Simpsons has been broadcast in Arabic, but due to Islamic customs, numerous aspects of the show have been changed. For example, Homer drinks soda instead of beer and eats Egyptian beef sausages instead of hot dogs. Because of such changes, the Arabized version of the series met with a negative reaction from the life-long Simpsons fans in the area.[52]

Animation

Animation director David Silverman, who helped define the look of the show.[8]
Several different U.S. and international studios animate The Simpsons. Throughout the run of the animated shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show, the animation was produced domestically at Klasky Csupo.[7] With the debut of the series, because of an increased workload, Fox subcontracted production to several international studios, located in South Korea.[7] These are AKOM,[53] Anivision,[54] Rough Draft Studios,[55] U.S. Animation, Inc.,[56] and Toonzone Entertainment.[57] Artists at the U.S. animation studio, Film Roman, draw storyboards, design new characters, backgrounds, props and draw character and background layouts, which in turn become animatics to be screened for the writers at Gracie Films for any changes to be made before the work is shipped overseas. The overseas studios then draw the inbetweens, ink and paint, and render the animation to tape before it is shipped back to the United States to be delivered to Fox three to four months later.[58]
For the first three seasons, Klasky Csupo animated The Simpsons in the United States. In 1992, the show's production company, Gracie Films, switched domestic production to Film Roman,[59] who continue to animate the show as of 2009. In Season 14, production switched from traditional cel animation to digital ink and paint.[60] The first episode to experiment with digital coloring was "Radioactive Man" in 1995. Animators used digital ink and paint during production of the Season 12 episode "Tennis the Menace," but Gracie Films delayed the regular use of digital ink and paint until two seasons later. The already completed "Tennis the Menace" was broadcast as made.[61]
The series began high-definition production in Season 20; the first episode, "Take My Life, Please", aired February 15, 2009. The move to HDTV included a new opening sequence.[62] Matt Groening called it a complicated change because it affected the timing and composition of animation.[63]

Characters

The Simpsons sports a vast array of secondary and tertiary characters.
The Simpsons are a typical family who live in a fictional "Middle American" town of Springfield.[64] Homer, the father, works as a safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, a position at odds with his careless, buffoonish personality. He is married to Marge Simpson, a stereotypical American housewife and mother. They have three children: Bart, a ten-year-old troublemaker; Lisa, a precocious eight-year-old activist; and Maggie, a baby who rarely speaks, but communicates by sucking on a pacifier. The family owns a dog, Santa's Little Helper, and a cat, Snowball V, renamed Snowball II in "I, (Annoyed Grunt)-Bot". Both pets have had starring roles in several episodes. Despite the passing of yearly milestones such as holidays or birthdays, the Simpsons do not physically age and still appear just as they did at the end of the 1980s. Although the family is dysfunctional, many episodes examine their relationships and bonds with each other and they are often shown to care about one another.[65]
The show includes an array of quirky characters: co-workers, teachers, family friends, extended relatives, townspeople and local celebrities. The creators originally intended many of these characters as one-time jokesters or for fulfilling needed functions in the town. A number of them have gained expanded roles and subsequently starred in their own episodes. According to Matt Groening, the show adopted the concept of a large supporting cast from the comedy show SCTV.[66]

Setting

The Simpsons takes place in the fictional American town of Springfield in an unknown and impossible-to-determine U.S. state. The show is intentionally evasive in regard to Springfield's location.[67] The name "Springfield" is a common one in America and appears in over half of the states.[68] Springfield's geography, and that of its surroundings, contain coastlines, deserts, vast farmland, tall mountains, or whatever the story or joke requires.[69] Groening has said that Springfield has much in common with Portland, Oregon, the city where he grew up.[70]

Themes

The Simpsons uses the standard setup of a situational comedy, or sitcom, as its premise. The series centers on a family and their life in a typical American town.[64] However, because of its animated nature, The Simpsons' scope is larger than that of a regular sitcom. The town of Springfield acts as a complete universe in which characters can explore the issues faced by modern society. By having Homer work in a nuclear power plant, the show can comment on the state of the environment.[71] Through Bart and Lisa's days at Springfield Elementary School, the show's writers illustrate pressing or controversial issues in the field of education. The town features a vast array of media channels—from kids' television programming to local news, which enables the producers to make jokes about themselves and the entertainment industry.[72]
Some commentators say the show is political in nature and susceptible to a left-wing bias.[73] Al Jean admitted in an interview that "We [the show] are of liberal bent."[74] The writers often evince an appreciation for liberal ideals, but the show makes jokes across the political spectrum.[75] The show portrays government and large corporations as callous entities that take advantage of the common worker.[74] Thus, the writers often portray authority figures in an unflattering or negative light. In The Simpsons, politicians are corrupt, ministers such as Reverend Lovejoy are indifferent to churchgoers, and the local police force is incompetent.[76] Religion also figures as a recurring theme. In times of crisis, the family often turns to God, and the show has dealt with most of the major religions.[77]

Hallmarks

Opening sequence

Elongated couch gags, such as one featuring a large stage show, have been used to fill time in shorter episodes.
The Simpsons' opening sequence is one of the show's most memorable hallmarks. Most episodes open with the camera zooming through the show's title towards the town of Springfield. The camera then follows the members of the family on their way home. Upon entering their house, the Simpsons settle down on their couch to watch television. The opening was created by David Silverman, the first task he did when production began on the show.[78] The series' distinctive theme song was composed by musician Danny Elfman in 1989, after Groening approached him requesting a retro style piece. This piece, which took two days to create, has been noted by Elfman as the most popular of his career.[79]
One of the most distinctive aspects of the opening is that three of the segments change from episode to episode: Bart writes different things on the school chalkboard,[78] Lisa plays different solos on her saxophone, and different gags accompany the family as they enter their living room to sit on the couch.[80] On February 15, 2009, a new opening credit sequence was introduced to accompany the switch to HDTV. The sequence had all of the features of the original opening, but added numerous details and characters.[81]

Halloween episodes

Bart introducing a segment of "Treehouse of Horror IV" in the manner of Rod Serling's Night Gallery.
The special Halloween episode has become an annual tradition. "Treehouse of Horror" first broadcast in 1990 as part of season two and established the pattern of three separate, self-contained stories in each Halloween episode.[82] These pieces usually involve the family in some horror, science fiction, or supernatural setting and often parody or pay homage to a famous piece of work in those genres.[83] They always take place outside the normal continuity of the show. Although the Treehouse series is meant to be seen on Halloween, in recent years, new installments have premiered after Halloween due to Fox's current contract with Major League Baseball's World Series.[84]

Humor

The show's humor turns on cultural references that cover a wide spectrum of society so that viewers from all generations can enjoy the show.[85] Such references, for example, come from movies, television, music, literature, science, and history.[85] The animators also regularly add jokes or sight gags into the show's background via humorous or incongruous bits of text in signs, newspapers, and elsewhere.[86] The audience may often not notice the visual jokes in a single viewing. Some are so fleeting that they become apparent only by pausing a video recording of the show.[86] Kristin Thompson argues that The Simpsons uses a "...flurry of cultural references, intentionally inconsistent characterization, and considerable self-reflexivity about television conventions and the status of the programme as a television show."[87]
One of Bart's early hallmarks were his prank calls to Moe's Tavern owner Moe Szyslak in which Bart calls Moe and asks for a gag name. Moe tries to find that person in the bar, but rapidly realizes it is a prank call and angrily threatens Bart. These calls were based on a series of prank calls known as the Tube Bar recordings. Moe was based partly on Tube Bar owner Louis "Red" Deutsch, whose often profane responses inspired Moe's violent side.[88] As the series progressed, it became more difficult for the writers to come up with a fake name and to write Moe's angry response, so the pranks were dropped as a regular joke during the fourth season.[89][90] The Simpsons also often includes self-referential humor.[91] The most common form is jokes about Fox Broadcasting.[92] For example, an episode that aired in December 2004 included a scene where a Fox News van drove down the street while displaying a large "Bush Cheney 2004" banner and playing Queen's "We Are the Champions", in reference to the 2004 presidential election.[93]
The show uses catchphrases, and most of the primary and secondary characters have at least one each.[94] Notable expressions include Homer's annoyed grunt "D'oh!", Mr. Burns' "Excellent..." and Nelson Muntz's "Ha-ha!". Some of Bart's catchphrases, such as "¡Ay, caramba!", "Don't have a cow, man!" and "Eat my shorts!" appeared on t-shirts in the show's early days.[95] However, Bart rarely used the latter two phrases until after they became popular through the merchandising. The use of many of these catchphrases has declined in recent seasons. The episode "Bart Gets Famous" mocks catchphrase-based humor, as Bart achieves fame on the Krusty the Clown Show solely for saying "I didn't do it."[96]

Influences on culture

Idioms

A number of neologisms that originated on The Simpsons have entered popular vernacular.[97] Mark Liberman, director of the Linguistic Data Consortium, remarked, "The Simpsons has apparently taken over from Shakespeare and the Bible as our culture's greatest source of idioms, catchphrases and sundry other textual allusions."[98] The most famous catchphrase is Homer's annoyed grunt: "D'oh!" So ubiquitous is the expression that it is now listed in the Oxford English Dictionary, but without the apostrophe.[99] Dan Castellaneta says he borrowed the phrase from James Finlayson, an actor in early Laurel and Hardy comedies, who pronounced it in a more elongated and whining tone. The director of The Simpsons told Castellaneta to shorten the noise, and it went on to become the well-known exclamation in the television series.[100]
Groundskeeper Willie's description of the French as "cheese-eating surrender monkeys" was used by National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg in 2003, after France's opposition to the proposed invasion of Iraq. The phrase quickly spread to other journalists.[101] "Cromulent", a word used in "Lisa the Iconoclast" has since appeared in the Webster’s New Millennium Dictionary of English.[102] "Kwyjibo", a fake Scrabble word invented by Bart in "Bart the Genius", was used as one of the aliases of the creator of the Melissa worm.[103] "I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords", was used by Kent Brockman in "Deep Space Homer" and has become a common variety of phrase.[104] Variants of Brockman's utterance are used to express mock submission, usually for the purpose of humor.[105] It has been used in media, such as New Scientist magazine.[106] The dismissive term "Meh", believed to be popularized by the show,[107] entered the Collins English Dictionary in 2008.[108]

Television

The Simpsons was the first successful animated program in prime time since Wait Till Your Father Gets Home in the 1970s.[109] During most of the 1980s, pundits considered animated shows as appropriate only for children, and animating a show was too expensive to achieve a quality suitable for prime-time television. The Simpsons changed this perception.[7] The use of Korean animation studios for tweening, coloring, and filming made the episodes cheaper. The success of The Simpsons and the lower production cost prompted television networks to take chances on other animated series.[7] This development led to a 1990s boom in new, animated prime-time shows, such as South Park, Family Guy, King of the Hill, Futurama, and The Critic.[7] "The Simpsons created an audience for prime-time animation that had not been there for many, many years", said Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. "As far as I'm concerned, they basically re-invented the wheel. They created what is in many ways—you could classify it as—a wholly new medium."[110] South Park later paid homage to The Simpsons with the episode "Simpsons Already Did It".[111] In Georgia, the animated television sitcom The Samsonadzes, launched in November 2009, has been noted for its very strong resemblance with The Simpsons, which its creator Shalva Ramishvili has acknowledged.[112][113][114]
The Simpsons has also influenced live-action shows like Malcolm in the Middle, which debuted January 9, 2000 in the time slot after The Simpsons, due to its lack of laugh track unlike many other sitcoms.[115][116] Malcolm in the Middle featured the use of sight gags and did not use a laugh track unlike most sitcoms. Ricky Gervais has called The Simpsons a major influence on his British comedy The Office, which also dispenses with a laugh track.[117]

Reception and achievements

Early success

The Simpsons was the Fox network's first television series to rank among a season's top 30 highest-rated shows.[118] While later seasons would focus on Homer, Bart was the lead character in most of the first three seasons. In 1990, Bart quickly became one of the most popular characters on television in what was termed "Bartmania".[119][120][121][122] He became the most prevalent Simpsons character on memorabilia, such as T-shirts. In the early 1990s, millions of T-shirts featuring Bart were sold;[123] as many as one million were sold on some days.[124] Believing Bart to be a bad role model, several American public schools banned T-shirts featuring Bart next to captions such as "I'm Bart Simpson. Who the hell are you?" and "Underachiever ('And proud of it, man!')".[125][126][127] The Simpsons merchandise sold well and generated $2 billion in revenue during the first 14 months of sales.[125] Because of his popularity, Bart was often the most promoted member of the Simpson family in advertisements for the show, even for episodes in which he was not involved in the main plot.[128]
Due to the show's success, over the summer of 1990 the Fox Network decided to switch The Simpsons' timeslot so that it would move from 8:00 p.m. EST on Sunday night to the same time on Thursday, where it would compete with The Cosby Show on NBC, the number one show at the time.[129][130] Through the summer, several news outlets published stories about the supposed "Bill vs. Bart" rivalry.[124][129] "Bart Gets an F" (season two, 1990) was the first episode to air against The Cosby Show, and it received a lower Nielsen ratings, tying for eighth behind The Cosby Show, which had an 18.5 rating. The rating is based on the number of household televisions that were tuned into the show, but Nielsen Media Research estimated that 33.6 million viewers watched the episode, making it the number one show in terms of actual viewers that week. At the time, it was the most watched episode in the history of the Fox Network,[131] and it is still the highest rated episode in the history of The Simpsons.[132]
The Simpsons has been praised by many critics, being described as "the most irreverent and unapologetic show on the air."[133] In a 1990 review of the show, Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly described it as "the American family at its most complicated, drawn as simple cartoons. It's this neat paradox that makes millions of people turn away from the three big networks on Sunday nights to concentrate on The Simpsons."[134] Tucker would also describe the show as a "pop-cultural phenomenon, a prime-time cartoon show that appeals to the entire family."[135]

Run length achievements

On February 9, 1997, The Simpsons surpassed The Flintstones with the episode "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show" as the longest-running prime-time animated series in the United States. In 2004, The Simpsons replaced The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1952 to 1966) as the longest-running sitcom (animated or live action) in the United States.[136] In 2009, The Simpsons surpassed The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet's record of 435 episodes and is now recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's longest running sitcom.[137] In October 2004, Scooby-Doo briefly overtook The Simpsons as the American animated show with the highest number of episodes.[138] However, network executives in April 2005 again cancelled Scooby-Doo, which finished with 371 episodes, and The Simpsons reclaimed the title with 378 episodes at the end of their seventeenth season.[139] In May 2007, The Simpsons reached their 400th episode at the end of the eighteenth season. While The Simpsons has the record for the number of episodes by an American animated show, other animated series have surpassed The Simpsons.[140] For example, the Japanese anime series Sazae-san has close to 2,000 episodes to its credit.[140]
The year 2007 marked the twentieth anniversary of The Simpsons franchise. As of the twenty-first season (2009–2010), The Simpsons is the longest-running American primetime, scripted television series, having surpassed Gunsmoke . However, Gunsmoke's episode count of 635 episodes far surpasses The Simpsons, which would not reach that mark until its approximate 29th season, under normal programming schedules.[136][141]
In 2009, Fox began a year-long celebration of the show titled "Best. 20 Years. Ever." to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the premiere of The Simpsons. One of the first parts of the celebration is the "Unleash Your Yellow" contest in which entrants must design a poster for the show.[142] On February 26, 2009, Fox announced that it had renewed the show and ordered two additional seasons, which would take the series through its twenty-second season.[143] The celebration ended on January 10, 2010 (almost twenty years after "Bart the Genius" aired on January 14, 1990) with The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special - In 3-D! On Ice!, a documentary special by documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock that examines the "cultural phenomenon of The Simpsons".[144][145]

Awards

The Simpsons have been awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Simpsons has won dozens of awards since it debuted as a series, including 25 Primetime Emmy Awards,[50] 26 Annie Awards[146] and a Peabody Award.[147] In a 1998 issue celebrating the 20th century's greatest achievements in arts and entertainment, Time magazine named The Simpsons the century's best television series.[148] In that same issue, Time included Bart Simpson in the Time 100, the publication's list of the century's 100 most influential people.[149] Bart was the only fictional character on the list. On January 14, 2000, the Simpsons were awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.[150] Also in 2000, Entertainment Weekly magazine TV critic Ken Tucker named The Simpsons the greatest television show of the 1990s. Furthermore, viewers of the UK television channel Channel 4 have voted "The Simpsons" at the top of two polls: 2001's 100 Greatest Kids' TV shows,[151] and 2005's 100 Greatest Cartoons,[152] with Homer Simpson voted into first place in 2001's 100 Greatest TV Characters.[153] Homer would also place ninth on Entertainment Weekly's list of the "50 Greatest TV icons".[154] In 2002, The Simpsons ranked #8 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time;[155] in 2007 it was included in TIME's list of the "100 Best TV Shows of All Time";[156] in 2008 the show was placed in first on Entertainment Weekly's "Top 100 Shows of the Past 25 Years";[157] and Empire named it the greatest TV show of all time.[158]

Criticism and controversy

Bart's rebellious nature, which frequently resulted in no punishment for his misbehavior, led some parents and conservatives to characterize him as a poor role model for children.[159][160] In schools, educators claimed that Bart was a "threat to learning" because of his "underachiever and proud of it" attitude and negative attitude regarding his education.[161] Others described him as "egotistical, aggressive and mean-spirited".[162] In a 1991 interview, Bill Cosby described Bart as a bad role model for children, calling him "angry, confused, frustrated". In response, Matt Groening said, "That sums up Bart, all right. Most people are in a struggle to be normal he thinks normal is very boring, and does things that others just wished they dare do."[163] On January 27, 1992, then-President George H. W. Bush said, "We are going to keep on trying to strengthen the American family, to make American families a lot more like the Waltons and a lot less like the Simpsons."[125] The writers rushed out a tongue-in-cheek reply in the form of a short segment which aired three days later before a rerun of "Stark Raving Dad" in which Bart replied, "Hey, we're just like the Waltons. We're praying for an end to the Depression, too."[164][165]
Various episodes of the show have generated controversy. The Simpsons visited Australia in "Bart vs. Australia" (season six, 1995) and Brazil in "Blame it on Lisa" (season 13, 2002) and both episodes generated controversy and negative reaction in the visited countries.[166] In the latter case, Rio de Janeiro's tourist board – who claimed that the city was portrayed as having rampant street crime, kidnappings, slums, and monkey and rat infestations – went so far as to threaten Fox with legal action.[167] Matt Groening was a fierce and vocal critic of the episode "A Star Is Burns" (season six, 1995) which featured a crossover with The Critic. He felt that it was just an advertisement for The Critic, and that people would incorrectly associate the show with him. When he was unsuccessful in getting the episode pulled, he had his name removed from the credits and went public with his concerns, openly criticizing James L. Brooks and saying the episode "violates the Simpsons' universe." In response, Brooks said "I am furious with Matt, [...] he's allowed his opinion, but airing this publicly in the press is going too far. [...] his behavior right now is rotten."[168][169] "The Principal and the Pauper" (season nine, 1997) is one of the most controversial episodes of The Simpsons. Many fans and critics reacted negatively to the revelation that Principal Seymour Skinner, a recurring character since the first season, was an impostor. The episode has been criticized by Matt Groening and by Harry Shearer, who provides the voice of Principal Skinner. In a 2001 interview, Shearer recalled that after reading the script, he told the writers, "That's so wrong. You're taking something that an audience has built eight years or nine years of investment in and just tossed it in the trash can for no good reason, for a story we've done before with other characters. It's so arbitrary and gratuitous, and it's disrespectful to the audience."[170]

Criticism of declining quality

Critics' reviews of early Simpsons episodes praised the show for its wit, realism, and intelligence.[10][171] In the late 1990s, around the airing of season ten, the tone and emphasis of the show began to change. Some critics started calling the show "tired".[172] By 2000, some long-term fans had become disillusioned with the show and pointed to its shift from character-driven plots to what they perceived as an overemphasis on zany antics.[173][174][175] The BBC noted "the common consensus is that The Simpsons' golden era ended after season nine",[176] while Todd Leopold of CNN, in an article looking at its perceived decline, stated "for many fans [...] the glory days are long past."[175] Author Douglas Coupland described claims of declining quality in the series as "hogwash", saying "The Simpsons hasn't fumbled the ball in fourteen years, it's hardly likely to fumble it now."[177] Mike Scully, who was show runner during seasons nine through twelve, has been the subject of criticism.[178][179] Chris Suellentrop of Slate wrote "under Scully's tenure, The Simpsons became, well, a cartoon. [...] Episodes that once would have ended with Homer and Marge bicycling into the sunset now end with Homer blowing a tranquilizer dart into Marge's neck. The show's still funny, but it hasn't been touching in years."[178] When asked in 2007 how the series' longevity is sustained, Scully replied, "Lower your quality standards. Once you've done that you can go on forever."[180]
In 2003, to celebrate the show's 300th episode "Barting Over", USA Today published a pair of Simpsons related articles: a top-ten episodes list chosen by the webmaster of The Simpsons Archive fansite,[181] and a top-15 list by The Simpsons' own writers.[182] The most recent episode listed on the fan list was 1997's "Homer's Phobia"; the Simpsons' writers most recent choice was 2000's "Behind the Laughter". In 2004, Harry Shearer criticized what he perceived as the show's declining quality: "I rate the last three seasons as among the worst, so Season Four looks very good to me now."[183] In response, Dan Castellaneta stated "I don't agree, [...] I think Harry's issue is that the show isn't as grounded as it was in the first three or four seasons, that it's gotten crazy or a little more madcap. I think it organically changes to stay fresh."[184]
The Simpsons managed to maintain a large viewership and attract new fans. While the first season enjoyed an average of 13.4 million viewers per episode in the U.S.,[118] the nineteenth season had an average of 7.7 million viewers.[185] In an April 2006 interview, Matt Groening said, "I honestly don't see any end in sight. I think it's possible that the show will become too financially cumbersome... but right now, the show is creatively, I think, as good or better than it's ever been. The animation is incredibly detailed and imaginative, and the stories do things that we haven't done before. So creatively there's no reason to quit."[186]

Other media

Comic books

Numerous Simpson-related comic books have been released over the years. So far, nine comic book series have been published by Bongo Comics since 1993.[187] The first comic strips based on The Simpsons appeared in 1991 in the magazine Simpsons Illustrated, which was a companion magazine to the show.[188] The comic strips were popular and a one-shot comic book titled Simpsons Comics and Stories, containing four different stories, was released in 1993 for the fans.[189] The book was a success and due to this, the creator of The Simpsons, Matt Groening, and his companions Bill Morrison, Mike Rote, Steve Vance and Cindy Vance created the publishing company Bongo Comics.[189] Issues of Simpsons Comics, Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror and Bart Simpson have been collected and reprinted in trade paperbacks in the United States by HarperCollins.[190][191][192]

Film

A Seattle 7-Eleven store transformed into a Kwik-E-Mart as part of a promotion for The Simpsons Movie.
20th Century Fox, Gracie Films, and Film Roman produced The Simpsons Movie, an animated film that was released on July 27, 2007.[193] The film was directed by long-time Simpsons producer David Silverman and written by a team of Simpsons writers comprising Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, Al Jean, George Meyer, Mike Reiss, John Swartzwelder, Jon Vitti, David Mirkin, Mike Scully, Matt Selman, and Ian Maxtone-Graham.[193] Production of the film occurred alongside continued writing of the series despite long-time claims by those involved in the show that a film would enter production only after the series had concluded.[193] There had been talk of a possible feature-length Simpsons film ever since the early seasons of the series. James L. Brooks originally thought that the story of the episode "Kamp Krusty" was suitable for a film, but he encountered difficulties in trying to expand the script to feature-length.[194] For a long time, difficulties such as lack of a suitable story and an already fully engaged crew of writers delayed the project.[186]

Music

Collections of original music featured in the series have been released on the albums Songs in the Key of Springfield, Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons and The Simpsons: Testify.[195] Several songs have been recorded with the purpose of a single or album release and have not been featured on the show. The album The Simpsons Sing the Blues was released in September 1990 and was a success, peaking at #3 on the Billboard 200[196] and becoming certified 2x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.[197] The first single from the album was the pop rap song "Do the Bartman", performed by Nancy Cartwright and released on November 20, 1990. The song was written by Michael Jackson, although he did not receive any credit.[198]

The Simpsons Ride

The Simpsons Ride at Universal Studios Florida, which officially opened May 15, 2008
In 2007, it was officially announced that The Simpsons Ride, a simulator ride, would be implemented into the Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood.[199] It officially opened May 15, 2008 in Florida[200] and May 19, 2008 in Hollywood.[201] In the ride, patrons are introduced to a cartoon theme park called Krustyland built by Krusty the Clown. However, Sideshow Bob is loose from prison to get revenge on Krusty and the Simpson family.[202] It features more than 24 regular characters from The Simpsons and features the voices of the regular cast members, as well as Pamela Hayden, Russi Taylor and Kelsey Grammer.[203] Harry Shearer decided not to participate in the ride, so none of his characters have vocal parts.[204]

Video games

The video game industry was very quick to adapt the characters and world of Springfield into games. Some of the early games include Konami's arcade game The Simpsons (1991) and Acclaim Entertainment's The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants (1991). More modern games include The Simpsons Road Rage (2001), The Simpsons Hit & Run (2003) and The Simpsons Game (2007). Two Simpsons pinball machines have been produced; one that was available briefly after the first season, and another that is still available for purchase.[205]

Merchandise

The popularity of The Simpsons has made it a billion-dollar merchandizing industry.[125] The title family and supporting characters appear on everything from t-shirts to posters. The Simpsons has inspired special editions of well-known board games, including Clue, Scrabble, Monopoly, Operation, and The Game of Life, as well as the trivia games What Would Homer Do? and Simpsons Jeopardy!. Several card games such as trump cards and The Simpsons Trading Card Game have also been released. Many official or unofficial Simpsons books such as episode guides have been published. Many episodes of the show have been released on DVD and VHS over the years. When the first season DVD was released in 2001, it quickly became the best-selling television DVD in history, although it was later overtaken by the first season of Chappelle's Show.[206] In particular, seasons one through twelve have been released on DVD in the U.S. (Region 1), Europe (Region 2) and Australia/New Zealand/Latin America (Region 4) with more seasons expected to be released in the future.[207]
In 2003, about 500 companies around the world were licensed to use Simpsons characters in their advertising.[208] As a promotion for the The Simpsons Movie, twelve 7-Eleven stores were transformed into Kwik-E-Marts and sold The Simpsons related products. These included "Buzz Cola", "Krusty-O" cereal, Pink doughnuts with sprinkles, and "Squishees".[209]
On April 9, 2009, the United States Postal Service unveiled a series of five 44 cent stamps featuring Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, to commemorate the show's twentieth anniversary.[210] The Simpsons is the first television series still in production to receive this recognition.[211][212] The stamps, designed by Matt Groening, were made available for purchase on May 7, 2009.[213] Approximately one billion will be printed.[214]

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References

Further reading

  • Brown, Alan; Chris Logan (2006). The Psychology of The Simpsons. Dallas, Texas: Benbella Books. ISBN 1-932100-70-9. 
  • Gray, Jonathan (2006). Watching with The Simpsons: Television, Parody, and Intertextuality. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 0-4153-6202-4. 
  • Irwin, William; Mark T. Conrad, Aeon Skoble (1999). Chicago: Open Court. ISBN 0-8126-9433-3. 
  • Keller, Beth L. (1992). The Gospel According to Bart: Examining the Religious Elements of The Simpsons. Regent University. ISBN 0-8126-9433-3. 
  • Keslowitz, Steven (2003). The Simpsons And Society: An Analysis Of Our Favorite Family And Its Influence In Contemporary Society. Hats Off Books. ISBN 1-58736-253-8. 
  • Pinsky, Mark I (2001). The Gospel According to The Simpsons: The Spiritual Life of the World's Most Animated Family. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press. ISBN 0-664-22419-9. 
  • Pinsky, Mark I.; Samuel F. Parvin (2002). The Gospel According to the Simpsons: Leaders Guide for Group Study. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press. ISBN 0-664-22590-X. 

See also

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1999
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2000

Quotes

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.The Simpsons is a popular US animated television series on the Fox Network (December 17, 1989 - present) created by Matt Groening.^ Broadcast on Fox from 1989 to present.
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^ The Simpsons is an animated American sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company.

^ Matt Groening - For creating the greatest American animated sitcom ever.
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.It documents the life of the Simpson family in the town of Springfield.^ It documents the life of the Simpson family in the town of Springfield.
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^ The Simpsons is set in the fictional United States town of Springfield.

^ Let us look at Springfield, the imaginary town (named after the town in which patriarchal 60s sitcom Father Knows Best was set) in which The Simpsons exists.
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Contents

Season 1

Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire [1.01]

.Homer: [as a mall Santa] Ho, Ho, [hits his head] D'oh!^ Homer : Oh Lisa, there's no record of a hurricane ever hitting Springfield.

^ The can hits Flanders on the head ] Ned Flanders : Homer!

^ Homer : [as a mall Santa] Ho, Ho, [hits his head] D'oh!
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[Homer leaves to go get a Christmas tree.]
Lisa: Can we go, too?
Bart: Yeah, can we...?
Homer: No... [close the shut]

Bart the Genius [1.02]

[The family is playing Scrabble.]
Bart: My turn. Kwyjibo. .K-W-Y-J-I-B-O, 22 points, plus triple word score, plus 50 points for using all my letters.^ He is all that I have my faith in, and from there, i just pray and try to interpret what he wants me to do from his Word.
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

^ No, I do not equate all the permutations--that's my whole point.
  • Hit & Run > Michael Schiavo: "Take it from me, when the government gets involved in our personal relationships bad things happen" - Reason Magazine 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC www.reason.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Balthayzr> Yes, I use 48 point font in my e-mail all the time.
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.Game's over, I'm outta here.^ Game's over, I'm outta here.
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[Bart's about to leave, but Homer grabs his arm.]
.Homer: Wait a minute, you little cheater.^ Homer : Wait a minute, you little cheater.

^ Homer : Wait a minute.

^ Homer: Wait a minute!
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.You're not going anywhere, until tell me what a Kwyjibo is.^ Kirk: You're letting me go!?
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^ If you’re going to ask, ask Matt.
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^ You're free to go.

.Bart: Uh, Kwyjibo.^ Bart : Uh, Kwyjibo.
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Uh... .[looks at Homer] a big, dumb, balding North American ape.^ Homer : I'll show you a big, dumb balding ape!

^ Bart defines "KWYJIBO" as "a big, dumb, balding North American ape.

^ Homer] a big, dumb, balding North American ape.
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With no chin.
.Marge: And a short temper.^ Marge : And a short temper.
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.Homer: I'll show you a big, dumb, balding ape!^ Homer: Can you dumb it down a shade?
  • A Small Victory: Save Me, Jebus! (A quote game extravaganza) 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC asmallvictory.net [Source type: General]

^ Homer : I'll show you a big, dumb balding ape!

^ Homer: I'll Kwaanza you!
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[chases Bart]
.Bart: Uh-oh!^ Bart] Bart : Uh-oh!
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^ Bart Simpson, answering the phone Lionel Hutz: Uh-oh.
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^ Oh and um, that's uh, Bart Simpson, he was my heir for a brief period, you know?
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Kwyjibo is on the loose!

.Bart: Dad, I got to tell you something, hope you won't be too mad.^ Bart: You did it, Dad!
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^ DIE! Bart : I love you, Dad!
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^ Bart : You're up to something, aren't you, Dad?

Homer: What is it, son?
Bart: I'm not a genius, dad.
Homer: What?
Bart: I cheated on the intelligent test, I'm sorry! .But you then made the past few weeks great.^ However, it was far better than the past few weeks.
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^ Herndon had not been in good health for the past few montths, his condition was not considered serious, so the news of his death came as a great shock and surprise.
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.Me and you were doing stuff together, you've helped me out with things, we're closer than we've ever been.^ You're out of order!

^ Marge : This is the worst thing you've ever done!

^ You're still helping me.

.I love you, dad, and I think is something can bring us that close, it can't possibly be bad.^ DIE! Bart : I love you, Dad!
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^ I love you, dad, and I think is something can bring us that close, it can't possibly be bad.
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^ Willie's bringing you something to sit on.
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[Long pause]
.Homer: Why, you little...!^ Drunken Homer says to Bart, "C'mere you little monkey.

^ Also: HOMER: Why would we wanna go to little America?
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^ Homer: Then why do you look like César Romero ?
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[chases Bart]
.Bart: Uh-oh!^ Bart] Bart : Uh-oh!
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^ Bart Simpson, answering the phone Lionel Hutz: Uh-oh.
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^ Oh and um, that's uh, Bart Simpson, he was my heir for a brief period, you know?
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[runs]
.Marge: What's going on out there?^ Homer : Marge, can I go out and play?

^ As in the movie, Lydia could summon Beetlejuice out of the Neitherworld (or go there herself) by saying his name three times.

^ Also, subscribed (even if it doesn't go that far) __________________ Movie Reviews (out of 4 stars) The Road Warrior (Miller, 1982) This movie is from Australia, so right there whatever.
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.Lisa: I think Bart's stupid again, Mom.^ Lisa Simpson, “Bart the Genius” (that’s my mom’s favorite Simpsons quote) Fat Tony is a cancer on this city.
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^ The Simpsons, “Bart’s Friend Falls in Love” Lisa: I think it’s ironic that Dad saved the day while a thinner man would have fallen to his death.
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^ Bart of Darkness The Simpsons' new pool makes Lisa popular; Bart thinks he sees a murder.
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.Marge: Oh, well.^ Marge Simpson 'Oh, well thank god that's over.

^ Marge : Oh, well.
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[Bart runs into his room and closes the door. Homer pounds on it.]
.Homer: You can't stay in there forever!^ Homer : There you are.
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^ Homer : You can't stay in there forever!
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^ Marge: Homer, did you know it was a burlesque house when you sent Bart to work there?
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Bart: I can try!
.Homer: March your butt right out here, now!^ Right now you can write your gay lover out of your will.
  • Hit & Run > Michael Schiavo: "Take it from me, when the government gets involved in our personal relationships bad things happen" - Reason Magazine 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC www.reason.com [Source type: Original source]

^ March 1990 Homer's Night Out .
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^ Now get the hell out of here!
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Homer's Odyssey [1.03]

.Marge: There, there, Homer.^ Marge: Homer, did you know it was a burlesque house when you sent Bart to work there?
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^ Homer : Marge he's way the hell up there.
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^ Homer: “Well, he’s got all the money in the world, but there’s one thing he can’t buy!” Marge: “What’s that?” Homer: [thinks] “…A DINOSAUR!” .
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.You've caused plenty of industrial accidents and you've always bounced back.^ What lessons did you learn from filling the big screen back then that you’ve applied to this movie now?
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^ AL JEAN: In TV it’ll be 23 years so the lesson is always you’ve got to let it go and then in the film the lesson was you’ll never let it go.
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^ Episode: Marge vs. Monorail Nelson: ...The thing about huckleberries is: once you've had fresh, you'll never go back to canned.
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.Sherri: Hey, Bart.^ Sherri : Hey, Bart.
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.Our dad says your dad is incompetent.^ Our dad says your dad is incompetent.
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^ Tyler Says: May 17th, 2008 at 3:25 pm Bart: Dad, I wanna follow in your footsteps.
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^ Dancing Girl 3: Our skimpy costumes ain't so bad, Dancing Girl 4: They seem to entertain your dad!
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.Bart: What does "incompetent" mean?^ Bart : What does "incompetent" mean?
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.Terri: It means he spends more time yakking and scarfing down donuts than doing his job.^ Terri : It means he spends more time yakking and scarfing down donuts than doing his job.
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^ I got to spend a nice period of time in East Germany, former GDR not long after the wall came down.
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^ That would take more research and time than any human has in his 60-90 years of life.
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.Bart: Oh, okay.^ Bart : Oh, okay.
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^ Bart: Oh, okay.
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.I thought you were putting him down.^ I thought you were putting him down.
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^ Homer : [in a video of him chasing Bart down the street with a chain mace] I'LL MACE YOU GOOD! Bart : AAAAAHHH!!
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^ Mother Simpson : [ sings ] How many roads must a man walk down / Before you can call him a man...

There's No Disgrace Like Home [1.04]

[Dr. Monroe introduces electric shock therapy to the Simpsons.]
Dr. Monroe: Now, don't touch any of those buttons in front of you for a very important reason, i.e., you are wired in to the rest of your family. You have the ability to shock them, and they have the ability to shock--
[Homer screams as Bart shocks him.]
.Bart: Just testing.^ Bart: Just testing.
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Homer: Why, you--
[Homer is about to press a button, but Monroe holds his arm back]
Dr. Monroe: No Homer, not yet!
Homer: Awww.
Dr. Monroe: You see , this is what's known as aversion therapy. .When someone hurts you emotionally, you will hurt them physically, and gradually you will learn not to hurt each other at all!^ When someone hurts you emotionally, you will hurt them physically, and gradually you will learn not to hurt each other at all!
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^ Groundskeeper Willie 'I pulled every single field agent off all other cases to track you down and bring you to justice.

^ It is a way for the Leftist to say (quite paradoxically) to others: "You are ALL wrong and I am better and wiser and kinder than you".

And won't that be wonderful Homer?
.Homer: Oh yes, doctor!^ Homer: Oh yes, doctor!
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^ Doctor : Oh, yes, your husband.

^ Homer: Oh, yes he will....AND ON TIME, TOO! Marge : Oh no, Homer, NO! Homer: I have to, Marge.
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[Homer shocks Bart.]
Bart: Owww! [About to shock Homer, but shocks Lisa instead.]
Lisa: Owww!
Marge: Bart! .How could you shock you little sister?^ Homer: How could you?!
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^ Herb: How could you?
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^ Grampa : Oh how could you!
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.Bart: My finger slipped.^ Bart: My finger slipped.
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^ Announcer : Crispety, crunchety, peanut buttery Butterfinger Bart : (takes a bite out of his Butterfinger) (to Nelson) Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger!
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^ Bart : Nobody better lay a finger on my "Butterfinger"!
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[gets shocked by Lisa.]
.Lisa: So did mine.^ Lisa: So did mine.
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[Bart and Lisa kept shocking eatch other.]
Marge: Bart! Lisa! Stop that! [Marge shocks both Bart and Lisa.]

Bart the General [1.05]

.Marge: Well, Bart, I hope you're going straight to the principal about this!^ Kirk: You're letting me go!?
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^ Bart : You're right.
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^ Bart: Well, sure you do.
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.Bart: I guess I could do that.^ Bart : I guess I could do that.
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^ Marge: I guess we could get more involved in Bart's activities but then I'd be afraid of smothering him.
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Homer: What? .And violate the code of the schoolyard?^ And violate the code of the schoolyard?
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.I'd rather Bart die!^ I'd rather Bart die!
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.Marge: What on earth are you talking about, Homer?^ Marge : Homer, you're not not-talking to me and secondly I heard what you said.

^ Marge, you know what I'm talking about.
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^ Homer: Marge, have you had men in this house?
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.Homer: The code of the schoolyard, Marge!^ Homer : The code of the schoolyard, Marge!
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.The rules that teach a boy how to be a man!^ The rules that teach a boy to be a man.
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.Let's see; don't tattle, always make fun of those different from you, never say anything unless you're sure everyone feels exactly the same way you do.^ I hope you never say anything at all.
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^ You’re always Moe.
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^ Kirk: You're letting me go!?
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.Grampa: I thought I'd never hear the screams of pain or see the look of terror in a young man's eyes.^ So until I see this episode again and actually hear the quote, I will assume it was just in the preliminary script and never made it to air.
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^ The elderly man screamed out in pain as the flames reached him and he was unable to move unassisted.
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^ I was here in the first season and I never thought I would see anything like this again and here we are.
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.Thank heaven for children.^ Thank heaven for children!

^ Thank heaven for children.
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Moaning Lisa [1.06]

.Bleeding Gums Murphy: The blues isn't about making yourself feeling better, it's about making other people feel worse.^ Bleedin' Gums Murphy : This isn't a saxophone.

^ F08] "Bleeding Gums" Murphy , Blues sax player.
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^ Bleedin' Gums Murphy : The blues isn't about feeling better.


.Bleeding Gums Murphy: [to Lisa] You know, you play pretty well for someone with no real problems.^ Frink: No, you cant play with it.
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^ Lisa : You might as well.

^ "Bleeding Gum" Murphy blues szaxofonos .

The Call of the Simpsons [1.07]

Lisa: Remember, Dad. .The handle of the Big Dipper points to the North Star.^ The handle of the Big Dipper points to the North Star.
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.Homer: That's nice, Lisa, but we're not in astronomy class.^ Episode: 8F04, Homer Defined Lisa: [laughing at an Itchy and Scratchy cartoon] Bart, you're not laughing.
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^ Homer Simpson Lisa's Sax 'Very nice!'

^ Episode: Another Simpsons Clip Show When Bart & Lisa's class watch from the distance a Civil War re-enactment, someone screams, "Look!
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We're in the woods.

[Marge and Lisa discuss the origin of babies]
.Lisa: I heard a hideous story about it once, in the schoolyard.^ Lisa Simpson Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo 'Let's just say the stories about him are greatly exaggerated.'

Marge: Oh. Well, it's true, I'm afraid.

The Telltale Head [1.08]

.Homer: [on Heaven] I can understand how they wouldn't let in those wild jungle apes, but what about those really smart ones who live among us who roller-skate and smoke cigars?^ They have one child living, Claudie.
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^ But they won't, they won't let me live!

^ The Simpsons has brought forward such actors as Dan Castellaneta who plays one of his many characters, Homer as well as Hank Azaria who plays...
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.Bart: Well, I was wondering...^ Bart : Well, I was wondering...
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how important is it to be popular?
.Homer: I'm glad you asked, son.^ Homer: Look, I'm not asking you to like me.
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^ Homer : I'm glad you asked, son.
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^ Homer: Someday you'll thank me for this, son.
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.Being popular is the most important thing in the world.^ Being popular is the most important thing in the world.
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^ He has since become one of the world's most popular superheroes.

^ And every other person I know has been shaped by their relationship with their parents and siblings (and other things, but family is certainly one of the most important factors).
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.Bart: So, like sometimes you can do stuff that you think is pretty bad so other kids will like you better?^ Bart : You mean like Microsoft?

^ I think you'd better drop it.
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^ The Simpsons, “Maximum Homerdrive” Well, Edna, for a school with no Asian kids, I think we put on a pretty darn good science fair.
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.Homer: You're not talking about killing anyone, are you?^ Carrie: What are you guys talking about?
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^ Homer Simpson 'You're a blowhole!'

^ Marge : What on earth are you talking about, Homer?
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Bart: No.
Homer: Are you?!
Bart: No!
.Homer: Then run along, you little scamp.^ Homer : Then run along, you little scamp.
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^ Homer : [yelling] Why you little!
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^ Homer : [to Bart and Lisa] SHUT UP, YOU LITTLE MONSTERS! [to the phone] I was wondering if you'd like to babysit my little angels.
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Like I always say, a boy without mischief is like a bowling ball without a liquid center.

Life on the Fast Lane [1.09]

.Jacques: My head cries, "Stop," but my heart and hips cry, "Proceed!"^ Barney : [ drinking beer from the tap at Moe's ] Uh-oh, my heart just stopped!


[Homer carries Marge out of the Power Plant]
.Plant Worker: Hey, what'll I tell the boss?^ [Homer carries Marge out of the Power Plant] Plant Worker : Hey, what'll I tell the boss?
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.Homer: Tell him that I'm going to the back-seat of my car, with the woman I love.^ Switch back to Homer and get him there, too.
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^ Homer: Go back to Massachusetts, pinko!
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^ Homer: I’m going to the back seat of my car, with the woman I love, and I won’t be back for ten minutes!
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.And I won't be back for ten minutes!^ Homer: I’m going to the back seat of my car, with the woman I love, and I won’t be back for ten minutes!
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[Co-workers cheer]

Homer's Night Out [1.10]

[Homer weighs himself again after six months]
.Homer: OH, NO! 239 lbs?!?^ The oil rig Homer's working on has caught on fire ] Homer : Oh no!

^ Homer Simpson Homer and Apu 'Oh, no -- it is encrusted with filth.'

^ Homer: Oh, I’m in no condition to drive.
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I'm a whale! .Why was I cursed with this weakness for snack treats?^ Why was I cursed with this weakness for snack treats?
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.[more serious] Well from now on, exercise every morning, Homer!^ Homer : Well it's more then you've done.

^ Well from now on, exercise every morning, Homer!
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^ Under Mirkin, the show began to focus more and more on social satire, as well as shifting focus away from young Bart to Homer.

[Homer stretches in front of the bathroom mirror, just as Marge enters.]
Marge: Ohhh... Don't strain yourself, dear.
.Homer: Good idea, Marge.^ Homer : Good idea, Marge.
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^ Marge: Good night Homer.
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^ Homer : Good idea.
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.Burns: What in blue blazes do you think you're doing, Simpson?!^ Chalmers: SIMPSON, what in the blue blazes are you doing to my hop-scotching grids?
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^ Homer Simpson 'You're a blowhole!'

^ And you're doing it!
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.Homer: What do you mean, sir?^ Smithers : You mean the revolver, sir?
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^ Homer : You mean Lisa?

^ Homer : What do you mean, all the time?

Burns: I mean this! [holds up the picture]
Homer: [Gasps]
.Burns: A plant employee carrying on like an over-sexed orangutan in heat!^ Homer : [Gasps] Burns : A plant employee carrying on like an over-sexed orangutan in heat!
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^ [Mister Burns is directing the plant employees at aerobics.
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^ To promote team work amongst the power plant's employees Burns makes them go on a corporate retreat up in the mountains: the goal to find a hidden cabin.
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.This is a family nuclear power plant, Simpson.^ Oh, he owns the nuclear power plant.
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^ This is a family nuclear power plant, Simpson.
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^ Nearly every citizen in Springfield, having long suffered at the hands of the sinister nuclear power plant owner, becomes a suspect when "The Simpsons" poses the question, "Who Shot Mr. Burns?"
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Our research indicates that over fifty percent of our power is used by women. .[suddenly wrinkles up the picture into a ball] I WILL NOT HAVE YOU OFFENDING MY CUSTOMERS WITH YOUR BAWDY SHENANIGANS!!^ The AI is strait retarded, instead of trying to destroy your army, they get cluttered up into a turkey shoot.
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^ Having to say a prayer and having a picture of Jesus on the wall looking at us would ruin all my attempts to keep it up for sure.
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^ For you, your faith in the Gospel of John and other Gospels in the Bible has more or less helped you settle into a conclusion.
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The Crepes of Wrath [1.11]

Marge: Deportation?! .You mean kick Bart out of the country?!^ Lisa : Do you understand what this means, Bart?
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^ You mean kick Bart out of the country?!
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^ Bart : You mean like Microsoft?

.Homer: Hear him out, Marge.^ Homer : Marge, can I go out and play?

^ Homer : Did you hear that, Marge?

^ Homer : Marge kicked me out.


.Homer: Please, please, kids, stop fighting.^ Homer : Please, please, kids, stop fighting.
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.Maybe Lisa's right about America being the land of opportunity, and maybe Adil's got a point about the machinery of capitalism being oiled with the blood of the workers.^ Maybe Lisa's right about America being the land of opportunity, and maybe Adil's got a point about the machinery of capitalism being oiled with the blood of the workers.
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^ Acceleration of land settlement (Chapter IV).— It has been pointed out that the maintenance of the record of rights which is now being prepared, and of a register of tenancies, is a necessary condition of good administration of the agricultural tracts.
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^ Lisa: All right, I’ll go, you don’t have to be a jerk about it.
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Krusty Gets Busted [1.12]

[The opening of Krusty's show.]
.Krusty: Hi, kids!^ Krusty : Hi, kids!
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.Who do you love?^ Who do you love?
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^ You can love someone when you accept who he is, not what he does.
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^ Homer: Max Power He's the man who's name you'd love to touch But you mustn't touch!
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Kids: Krusty!
.Krusty: How much do you love me?^ Marge Simpson 'I love you so much...

^ Auctioneer: How much for Krusty's bed?
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^ How do you love thy neighbour if you can’t accept him for what he is?
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.Kids: With all our hearts!^ This was the same for all school kids in 70's England as these books were all part of our O' levels / CSE exams.
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.Krusty: What would you do if I went off the air?^ Would it help if I told you you're not responsible for Krusty's death.
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.Bart and Lisa [watching at home] We'd kill ourselves!^ Bart and Lisa [watching at home] We'd kill ourselves!
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^ Bart and Lisa are watching Itchy and Scratchy .
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^ At the Simpson household, Bart and Lisa are watching "Itchy & Scratchy" when suddenly the screen goes blank.
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."Krusty": Hand over all your money in a paper bag.^ Charlie Brown is sent to summer camp to recuperate, wearing a paper grocery bag on his head at all times.

^ All in favor of demolishing our beloved burlesque house, raise your hands.
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^ Krusty's Accountant : So let me get this straight - you took all the money you made franchising your name and bet it AGAINST the Harlem Globetrotters?

Apu: Yes, yes, I know the procedure for armed robbery. .I do work in a convenience store, you know.^ M: Do you know his work?
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^ I do work in a convenience store, you know.
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^ Marge: Homer, did you know it was a burlesque house when you sent Bart to work there?
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["Krusty" takes the money and leaves the store.]
.Apu: [to Homer] You can emerge now from my chips.^ Homer : I'd kill you if I had my gun!

^ Apu: You see, whether igloo, hut, or lean-to, or a geodesic dome There's no structure I have been to, which I'd rather call my home.
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^ Burns : [ to Homer ] Young man, I'm making you my executive vice president.

.The opportunity to prove yourself a hero is long gone.^ The opportunity to prove yourself a hero is long gone.
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Some Enchanted Evening [1.13]

.Moe: Hey, you can level with me.^ Moe : Hey, you can level with me.
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^ Moe: Hey, if you guys are getting loaded of them fumes I'm gonna have to charge you.
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^ Ed Says: July 29th, 2007 at 11:44 am MOE: Hey, if you’re gettin’ loaded off those fumes, I’m gonna have to charge you.
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.You got a domestic situation?^ You got a domestic situation?
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.Homer: You might say that.^ Homer : I say you don't exist!
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^ Flanders: what did you say homer?
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^ Homer : I'd say you were a lying scumbag.

.My wife's gonna leave me 'cause she thinks I'm a pig.^ Homer : I'm gonna come back with the best gift a husband can get a wife- an annulment from my second wife!

Moe: Homer...
Homer: What?
.Moe: Marge is right.^ Moe : Marge is right.
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^ Moe: [Listening to Marge via his own bugging device in the basement] That's right my beautiful, beautiful Midge.
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You are a pig. .You can ask anyone in this bar.^ GRAY: While you were at the City Hall, did anyone ask your age?
  • Daybreak of Freedom: The Montgomery Bus Boycott, Edited by Stewart Burns. Preface. 6 February 2010 12:46 UTC www.ibiblio.org [Source type: Original source]

Homer: What? .Hey, Barney, am I a pig?^ Hey, Barney, am I a pig?
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.Barney: You're even more of a pig than I am.^ She's more scared of you than you are of her.

^ Barney : You're very kind!

^ You're now as intelligent as a pig.'

[belches]
.Homer: Oh, no!^ The oil rig Homer's working on has caught on fire ] Homer : Oh no!

^ Homer: Oh, no?
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^ [Ned is driving Homer to the game, passing Lenny and Carl] Homer :Oh no!
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Moe: See? .You're a pig.^ You're a pig.
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^ You're now as intelligent as a pig.'

^ Barney : You're even more of a pig than I am.
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Barney's a pig. Larry's a pig. We're all pigs. .Except for one difference: once in a while, we can crawl out of the slop, hose ourselves off, and act like human beings.^ Except for one difference: once in a while, we can crawl out of the slop, hose ourselves off, and act like human beings.
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^ Once Larry brings out Burns' tyrannical side, his support will plummet, since, as we learn from the polls, America likes warm, cuddly, and slick.
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^ So if you like to experiment and change from the established forms every once in a while, this one is for you.
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.Bart: [The greatest TV room by kids with the rope.] We know who you are, Miss Botz, or should say Miss Botzcowski, you're the baby-sitter bandit!^ Bart a bag] Bart: So you're saying I should do your job, for you, at home, for free?
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^ Bart : You're right, Mom.
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^ You're the coolest adult I know.

Ms. Botz: You're a smart, young man, Bart! .I hope you're smart enough to keep your mouth shut!^ So just keep your mouth shut.
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^ I hope you're smart enough to keep your mouth shut!
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^ Bart a bag] Bart: So you're saying I should do your job, for you, at home, for free?
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Lisa: He isn't.
[Miss Botz will disconnect the phone.]
Bart: You're crazy if you think you're gonna getaway with this, lady, you can't-- [Bart mouth tape on the muffled.]
Ms. Botz: I'm really not a bad person, here, while I finish up, you guys can watch the rest of your favorite video cassette.

Season 2

Bart Gets an F [2.01]

.Otto: Hey, Bart Dude.^ Otto: Hey, Bart Dude.
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^ Otto : Sorry, Bart Dude.
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.Woah, you look freaked!^ Woah, you look freaked!
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.Bart: Otto, man, I have a test today that I'm not ready for!^ Bart : Otto, man, I have a test today that I'm not ready for!
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.Could you please crash the bus or something?^ Could you please crash the bus or something?
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^ Could you please return my pants and/or underpants so I can go home?
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^ For all you know, reality could only be you and if you are not experiencing something then it does not exist.
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

.Otto: Sorry, Bart Dude.^ Otto: Hey, Bart Dude.
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^ Otto : Sorry, Bart Dude.
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Can't do it on purpose. .But hey, maybe you'll get lucky!^ But hey, maybe you'll get lucky!
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.Bart{to himself}: No need to panic.^ Bart {to himself}: No need to panic.
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.Just find a nerd and sponge answers and boom, I'm back on Easy Street!^ Just find a nerd and sponge answers and boom, I'm back on Easy Street!
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^ Troy McClure 'This is madness -- he's just peddling a bunch of easy answers.'

^ Hop back onto the brown roof from which you just jumped, and look down over the right side to find the seventh flag and the first of Homer's bottlecaps.
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[Bart sees .Sherri and Terri in the distance.^ [Bart sees Sherri and Terri in the distance.
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Grinning, he makes his way over to them.]
.Terri: Look at him.^ Terri : Look at him.
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.I'll be he didn't study again!^ I'll be he didn't study again!
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.Sherri: And now he's gonna try to get answers from us.^ Sherri : And now he's gonna try to get answers from us.
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Terri: He's pathetic!
Bart: Good morning, girls!
.Sherri and Terri: Good morning, Bart.^ Bart : Good morning, girls!
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^ Sherri and Terri: Good morning, Bart.
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^ [Bart sees Sherri and Terri in the distance.
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.Bart: Say, who's up for a little cram session?^ Bart : Say, who's up for a little cram session?
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^ Milhouse is forced to grow up, and becomes cooler than Bart, who tries hard to regain his previous popularity.
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^ After joining Bart on the high platform, take some helium from the nearby pipes, and float straight up and to the right a little to find the second bottlecap.
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.I'll go first.^ I'll go first.
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^ Lisa : I'll go to the first aid tent and tell them to plug in ye olde stomach pump.

.What was the name of the Pilgrims' boat?^ What was the name of the Pilgrims' boat?
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Sherri: The Spirit of St. Louis.
.Bart: And where'd they land?^ Bart : And where'd they land?
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Terri: Sunny Acapulco.
.Bart: And why'd they leave England?^ Bart: And why'd they leave England?
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Sherri: Giant rats.
.Bart: [writing down the information in a notebook] Cool, history's coming alive!^ Bart : [writing down the information in a notebook] Cool, history's coming alive!
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^ (Bart is at a low end of a see-saw while Mr Burns is at the high end and won't fall) Bart : Why won't you come down?
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^ Homer knocked down is still there the night he comes to pick up Bart, but it's up the next morning?
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[The bus arrives at Springfield Elementary. As the students disembark, Martin Prince approaches Bart.]
.Martin: As a natural enemy, I don't know why I should care.^ Miss Hoover : I don't know why.
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^ I don't know why girls are worse.
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^ Martin : As a natural enemy, I don't know why I should care.
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But the information you received regarding America's colonial period is erronious.
Bart: Meaning....
.Martin: A blindfolded chimp with a pencil in his teeth has a better chance of passing this test than you do!^ Martin : A blindfolded chimp with a pencil in his teeth has a better chance of passing this test than you do!
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^ Just build me a bomb that can eradicate all the insects and I can guarantee you a burnt earth strategy better than anything history has witnessed.
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^ Marge : What makes you think this Darryl Strawberry character is better than you?
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Bart: Thanks for the pep talk...

.Bart: Look at my eyes!^ Bart : Look at my eyes!
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^ Maggie sucks violently ] Bart: Look what he did to my best friend!
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^ Homer : Bart, I'm gonna open my mouth and close my eyes and you're gonna give me a big surprise!
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See the sincerity? See the conviction? See the fear? .As God is my witness, I can pass the fourth grade!^ As God is my witness, I can pass the fourth grade!
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^ Bart : As God as my witness, I WILL pass the fourth grade!

^ Getting To Know God by Juanita Simpson, 2000 This excellent little tract was written by my mother and we still use it today in witnessing.

.Homer: And if you don't, at least you'll be bigger than the other kids!^ Homer : And if you don't, at least you'll be bigger than the other kids!
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^ On the other side you'll find Homer's third bottlecap.
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^ Homer Simpson 'You'll have to do better than that tonight, chump!'

Simpson and Delilah [2.02]

[Homer learns that Dimoxinil costs one thousand dollars.]
Homer: A thousand bucks!? I can't afford that!
Sales clerk: Hmm... well, we do have a product which is more in your price range. However...
[He pulls out giant jug labeled "Hair in a Drum" with a $19.95 price sticker]
.Sales clerk:I must assure you, that any hair growth you experience while using it will be purely coincidental.^ [He pulls out giant jug labeled "Hair in a Drum" with a $19.95 price sticker] Sales clerk :I must assure you, that any hair growth you experience while using it will be purely coincidental.
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^ If you must use DRM, simply release the APIs to Apple—or even to an independent Mac developer—and they will develop the tools for installation by users.
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^ RC plane ricochets off Smithers' hair (he must use a lot of mousse)?
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.Homer: [strangling Bart] BOY...^ Homer : [strangling Bart] BOY...
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^ The perils of improvised clothing, "Bart After Dark" As a solution, Homer drops his boy in front of the mansion.
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^ Homer (angry): Choke on your *sarcasm (proceeded to strangling Bart.
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MUST... DIE!
.Bart: I love you, Dad!^ Bart: You did it, Dad!
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^ DIE! Bart : I love you, Dad!
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^ I love you Bart!
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Homer: D'oh! [stops strangling] Dirty trick. .Okay, I'm not going to kill you, but I'm going to tell you three things that are gonna haunt you for the rest of your days.^ Do so, and kill the rest of the bunnies if you want.
  • GameFAQs: The Simpsons Game (PS2) FAQ/Walkthrough by awutow15 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: Original source]

^ You do your thing, I'll do mine.
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

^ You gonna kill him with a pastry?

.You've ruined your father, you've crippled your family, and baldness is hereditary!^ Does your father help you with it?
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^ You've ruined your father, you've crippled your family, and baldness is hereditary !
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^ If by “meaning” you imply the thought that you've been created especially to worship your creator, and after you die you'll honor it throughout eternity, then let me say No Thank You!
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

Bart: It is?!

Treehouse of Horror [2.03]

Marge: Homer! What's this thing in the corner?
.Homer: I don't know.^ Homer : Look Marge, you don't know what it's like -- I'm the one out there every day putting his ass on the line.

^ Homer Simpson 'You can't post that on the internet -- you don't even know if it's true!'

^ Marge : I don't know, Homer, we've discussed cable before.

.Lisa: It looks like a vortex -- a gateway into another dimension.^ Lisa : It looks like a penis - a gateway into another vagina.
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^ Lisa : That looks like an Olympic torch to me.
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^ Lou : Looks like another case of Monopoly related violence, chief.

Homer: Ooh, a vortex. [Throwing an orange into the vortex] Catch! .Hey pretty slick.^ Hey pretty slick.
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[the vortex spits out a piece of wadded-up paper]
.Lisa: [reading] "Quit throwing your garbage into our dimension!"^ Lisa : [reading] "Quit throwing your garbage into our dimension!"
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^ Kindly elaborate your case that we are overlooking things in our views based on your readings.
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Father, send your Holy Spirit into our hearts.
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Narrator: Quoth the raven-
.Bart: Eat my shorts!^ Eat My Shorts is in the fifth race!
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^ Narrator : Quoth the raven- Bart : Eat my shorts!
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^ Bart : Eat my shorts!
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.Lisa: Bart, stop it!^ Lisa : Bart, stop it!
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He says "Nevermore." .And that's all he'll ever say.^ Amendment: Then I'll crush all opposition to me And I'll make Ted Kennedy pay If he fights back, I'll say that he's gay.
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Bart: Okay, okay.

Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish [2.04]

[As Bart and Lisa quietly fish, a strange man approaches them.]
.Man: So, caught anything?^ Man: So, caught anything?
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.Lisa: Not yet, sir.^ Lisa: Not yet, sir.
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.Man: What are you using for bait?^ Man: What are you using for bait?
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^ Marge: And you knew where you were then Homer: Watching shows like "Gentle Ben" Homer & Marge: Mister, we could use a man like Sheriff Lobo again!
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^ Did You Buy A Used Vehicle From This Man?

.Lisa: My brother is using worms, but I, who feel the tranquility far outweighs the actual catching of fish, am using nothing.^ Lisa: My brother is using worms, but I, who feel the tranquility far outweighs the actual catching of fish, am using nothing.
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^ Lisa's bedroom ] Homer : ...let's see him walk into my store and then we'll see who's worried about five-day waiting periods...

^ Mac OS 10.4 does have a Font Manager built in, but it is far too basic for my needs (and rather opaque in use) and so, tonight, I was looking around for something else to use.
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Man: I see. .What's your name, son?^ What's your name, son?
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Bart: I'm Bart Simpson. .Who the hell are you?^ I'm Bart Simpson, who the hell are you?
  • The Simpsons Road RageWalkthrough (PS2) - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 2:28 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

^ Who the hell are you?
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^ Quimby : Who the hell are you?
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.Man: (chuckling) I'm Dave Shutton, an investigative reporter who's on the road a lot.^ Man: (chuckling) I'm Dave Shutton, an investigative reporter who's on the road a lot.
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^ F05] Dave Shutton , investigative reporter.
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^ Meanwhile, Bart and Milhouse catch an episode of Batman where Batman and Robin battle Clown Man -- who happens to look a lot like Krusty.
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.And I must say that in my day, we didn't speak that way to our elders!^ And I must say that in my day, we didn't speak that way to our elders!
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^ I must say i am quite impressed, I have 29 days to play around with it?
  • Windows 7: General Discussion part 19 - Windows 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC forums.whirlpool.net.au [Source type: General]

^ Both Gospel of Thomas and John can be read as complementary as each other if you didn't have a system of interpretation that says they can be read in only one way.
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.Bart: Well this is my day, and we do, sir.^ Bart: Well this is my day, and we do, sir.
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^ Bart: Well, Im flunking math , and the other day I was a little attracted to Milhouse.
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^ Bart: Well, in my family grades aren't that important.
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Mr. Burns: Take me home, Smithers. We'll destroy something tasteful.

Mr. Burns: Ironic, isn't it Smithers. .This anonymous clan of slack-jawed troglodytes has cost me the election, and yet if I were to have them killed, I would be the one to go to jail.^ This anonymous clan of slack-jawed troglodytes has cost me the election, and yet if I were to have them killed, I would be the one to go to jail.
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^ Via The Nameless One , if you were testing whether or not a 2kg bomb was going to explode, would you stand next to it ?
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^ Montgomery Burns possesses that same straight-forward determination that the average American Slack-Jawed Troglodyte (tm) wants in an elected official.
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That's democracy for you!
.Smithers: You are noble and poetic in defeat, sir.^ Smithers : You are noble and poetic in defeat, sir.
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^ Smithers : You mean the revolver, sir?
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^ Smithers : I love you, sir.

Dancin' Homer [2.05]

.Homer: For the first time in my life, people weren't laughing at me, they were laughing towards me!^ [Homer holds Maggie for the first time.
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^ Homer : For the first time in my life, people weren't laughing at me, they were laughing towards me!
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^ And for the first time in my life I'm actually good at my job!


(Looking at a "Dancin' Homer" T-shirt)
.Marge: A Simpson on a T-shirt, I thought I'd never see the day.^ Marges hair is messed up after working on the beach all day, you can see a strand sticking out in the close up?
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^ Marge Simpson 'Sleazy entertainment and raunchy jokes will never be as popular as sobriety and self-denial.'

^ Marge Simpson 'I thought I could ride this thing out, but it's just too weird here.'

Dead Putting Society [2.06]

.Homer: Marge, where's the Duff?!^ After Homer gets caught drunk driving, he promises Marge to stay off the Duff for one month.
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^ Homer : Marge, where's the Duff?!
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^ Both Homer and Marge have collectibles in this part of the level: At the Health & Mana bar, Homer's first Duff bottlecap is sitting on one of the benches outside.
  • GameFAQs: The Simpsons Game (PS2) FAQ/Walkthrough by awutow15 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: Original source]

.Marge: Oh, uh, we're all out, Homer.^ Homer : Marge, you're my wife and I love you very much.

^ Marges hair is messed up after working on the beach all day, you can see a strand sticking out in the close up?
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^ Oh, I don't understand what you're saying, it all sounds so crazy to me!

Homer: D'oh!
.Marge: Would you like some fruit juice?^ I would like to thank you.
  • Total War Blog | Blog the Second – by Mike Simpson 6 February 2010 13:42 UTC blogs.sega.com [Source type: General]

^ Marge : Would you like some fruit juice?
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^ Maude: Todd, would you like some mixed vegetables?
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.Homer: Don't toy with me, woman!^ Moe : Don't worry, baby, my mother won't be home for another twenty minutes – Woman : No, I was thinking about Homer Simpson.
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^ Homer : Don't toy with me, woman!
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.Homer: All right, knock it off!^ Homer : All right, pal.
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^ Homer : All right.
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^ Homer : All right then.

.Ned Flanders: Knock what off, Simpson?^ Ned Flanders : Knock what off, Simpson?
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^ Ned Flanders 'I am so cheesed off!

^ Ned and Todd Flanders, the Simpson's next door neighbors, are introduced.

.Homer: You've been rubbing it in my nose since I got here!^ Homer : You've been rubbing it in my nose since I got here!
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^ Where've you been all my life?'

^ You've got my post and my daughter.

.Your family is better than my family, your beer comes from farther away than my beer, you and your son like each other, your wife's butt is higher than my wife's butt!^ Do you have a garden; do you like your garden?
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^ Stay away from my son!

^ Your family is better than my family, your beer comes from farther away than my beer, you and your son like each other, your wife's butt is higher than my wife's butt!
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.You make me sick!^ With the rolling and the heaving, and the - you make me sick!
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^ Bart : You make me sick, Homer!
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^ You make me sick!
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.Ned: Simpson, I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to leave.^ Ned : Simpson, I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to leave.
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^ Bart Simpson 'There you go again.

^ Remember when we asked you if we could go to Itchy & Scratchy Land and you said it'd be too damned expensive?
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.I hope you understand!^ I hope you understand!
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^ Lisa Simpson 'I hope you understand I'm too tense to pretend I like you.'

.Homer: I wouldn't stay on a bet!^ Homer : I wouldn't stay on a bet!
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Bart vs. Thanksgiving [2.07]

Lisa: [writing a poem]
.I saw the best meals of my generation
Destroyed by the madness of my brother.
^ Lisa : [writing a poem] I saw the best meals of my generation Destroyed by the madness of my brother.
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My soul carved in slices
By spiky-haired demons.

[Homer tries to watch a football game when he sees Bart smothering Lisa with a sofa cushion.]
Homer: Bart! .Stop fighting with your sister!^ Stop fighting with your sister!
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.Bart: Hey, man!^ Bart : Hey wait a minute, man!

^ An African American man dressed like a Gangsta rapper stops Bart in the hallway ] Man : Hey, this class is aces!

^ Bart: Hey, man!
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.She took my glue!^ She took my glue!
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.Lisa: It's not yours, Bart!^ Walk through the newly-opened gate to receive your next objective: - Cross the clouds Now, you take control of Bart and Lisa.
  • GameFAQs: The Simpsons Game (PS2) FAQ/Walkthrough by awutow15 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Michael/Bart : Lisa, it's your birthday Happy birthday, Lisa Lisa, it's your birthday Happy birthday, Lisa Bart : Yeah!
  • Simpsons song lyrics, mp3 downloads — Simpsons Crazy 13 January 2010 17:46 UTC www.simpsoncrazy.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Lisa: It's not yours, Bart!
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This is family glue!
.Homer: Stop it, you two!^ Homer: I'm warning you two!
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^ Homer : Listen, you two!
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^ Homer: Stop it, you two!
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.This is Thanksgiving, so glue friendly or I'll take your glue away and then nobody will have any glue to glue with!^ This is Thanksgiving, so glue friendly or I'll take your glue away and then nobody will have any glue to glue with!
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^ So call me book worm But I'll never squirm when there's work to be done Yes I'll take my lunch at my desk While your all outside having fun .
  • Simpsons song lyrics, mp3 downloads — Simpsons Crazy 13 January 2010 17:46 UTC www.simpsoncrazy.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Bookie : I'll take your money...but I won't look you in the eye.
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Bart the Daredevil [2.08]

.Otto: [about Springfield Gorge] Hey, this thing's pretty gnarly.^ Win7 seems a bit faster, looks pretty and has things located in different spots, but apart from that, I don't see what all the fuss is about.
  • Windows 7: General Discussion part 19 - Windows 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC forums.whirlpool.net.au [Source type: General]

^ August 9, 2006 12:45 PM Hey Kes, to answer your second thing you wrote about Free-will and lack of tolerance i have a list of things.
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

.I bet you could throw a dead body in there, and no one would eeeeever find it.^ I bet you could throw a dead body in there, and no one would eeeeever find it.
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^ There is no one cause of Leftism.

^ Sideshow Bob: I've taken over every area of the park, there's no place you'll be safe from me.
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.Bart: Otto, I'm going to leap over Springfield Gorge on my skateboard.^ Bart : What are you going to do, Otto?
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^ Bart : Otto, I'm going to leap over Springfield Gorge on my skateboard.
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^ From there, it's all downhill to the Springfield Gorge.Better get up some good speed if your goIng to try and jump it!
  • The Simpsons Road RageWalkthrough (PS2) - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 2:28 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

.Otto: You know, Bart, as the only adult here, I feel I should say something.^ Bart : What are you going to do, Otto?
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^ You're the coolest adult I know.

^ Bart : I know you can do it, Otto.

Bart: What?
Otto: COOOOOOOOL!!!!!

.Lance Murdock: It's always nice to see young people taking an interest in danger.^ Lance Murdock : It's always nice to see young people taking an interest in danger.
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^ Lenny Leonard Mobile Homer 'Always nice to see him.'

^ Young was always keenly interested in civic and political affairs.
  • Montgomery County Obituaries 6 February 2010 12:46 UTC www.tngennet.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Now, son, a lot of people are going to be telling you you're crazy - and maybe they're right!^ They're horrible people.
  • G. L. Pease - Montgomery pipe tobacco reviews 6 February 2010 12:46 UTC www.tobaccoreviews.com [Source type: General]

^ They're one and the same, I tell you.
  • Ross Perot vs. Montgomery Burns @ WWWF Grudge Match 6 February 2010 12:46 UTC ww.grudge-match.com [Source type: Original source]

^ And the more people you have , the more they will kill .
  • The Devil's Kitchen: April 2007 16 September 2009 0:00 UTC devilskitchen.me.uk [Source type: Original source]

.But I want to tell you three things: bones heal, chicks dig scars, and the United States of America has the best doctor-to-daredevil ratio in the world!^ The best thing that you can do is tell me that you believe I am wrong.
  • onegoodmove: The Simpsons And Evolution 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC onegoodmove.org [Source type: Original source]

^ But I want to tell you three things: bones heal, chicks dig scars, and the United States of America has the best doctor-to-daredevil ratio in the world!
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^ You reasonably ask, why in the seventh, but not with the sixth of June, from 4 to 7 June in the United States holidays, Microsoft is not working, assembly rests:) .
  • Windows 7: General Discussion part 19 - Windows 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC forums.whirlpool.net.au [Source type: General]

Itchy & Scratchy & Marge [2.09]

[Marge is writing a letter to the producers of Itchy and Scratchy]
.Marge: Dear purveyors of senseless violence, I know this may sound silly at first, but I believe that the cartoons you show to our children are influencing their behavior in a negative way.^ [Marge is writing a letter to the producers of Itchy and Scratchy] Marge : Dear purveyors of senseless violence, I know this may sound silly at first, but I believe that the cartoons you show to our children are influencing their behavior in a negative way.
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^ Do you know where your children are?
  • [4F06] Bart After Dark 18 September 2009 16:58 UTC www.snpp.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The children believe anything you tell them.
  • 101 Greatest Simpsons Quotes 13 January 2010 17:46 UTC blogzarro.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Please try to tone down the psychotic violence in your otherwise fine programming.^ Please try to tone down the psychotic violence in your otherwise fine programming.
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^ Hoover : Class, since we have fifteen minutes until recess, please put your pencils down and stare at the front of the room.

^ I encourage you to try this blend, I liken it to fine champagne bright, clean and crisp and like fine champagne, lay some tins down for a few years.
  • G. L. Pease - Montgomery pipe tobacco reviews 6 February 2010 12:46 UTC www.tobaccoreviews.com [Source type: General]

.Yours truly, Marge Simpson.^ Yours truly, Marge Simpson.
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^ Marge Simpson 'Our only major quarrel's / With your total lack of morals.'

^ Marge Simpson Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times 'Well, enjoy your sensual tongueplay while you can.'


.Roger Meyers, Jr.: [in response to Marge's letter] Dear valued viewer, thank you for taking an interest in the Itchy & Scratchy program.^ Marge : Thank you, Doctor.
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^ Marge : Lisa, you got a letter.
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^ December 1990 Itchy and Scratchy and Marge .
  • Download The Simpsons from Movieberry.com. DVD, HD and DivX formats available. Burn it to CD, DVD or watch on iPod! 8 January 2010 5:26 UTC movieberry.com [Source type: Original source]

.Enclosed is a personally autographed photo of America's favorite cat-and-mouse team to add to your collection.^ Enclosed is a personally autographed photo of America's favorite cat-and-mouse team to add to your collection.
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^ F19] Worker and Parasite , Eastern Europe's favorite cat and mouse team.
  • The Simpsons Archive: The Cast List 6 February 2010 13:42 UTC www.snpp.com [Source type: Reference]

.In regards to your specific comments about the show, our research shows that one person cannot make a difference, no matter how big a screwball she is, so let me close by saying...^ I'll show them what one screwball can do!
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^ In regards to your specific comments about the show, our research shows that one person cannot make a difference, no matter how big a screwball she is, so let me close by saying...
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^ A direct reference would be either: --A character specifically talking about a state --The State was written out, be it a street sign or otherwise, in such a way as to make one believe that it is referring to a state other than the one they are currently in.
  • What State Do the Simpsons Live in? - Home 6 February 2010 13:42 UTC simpsonsstate.com [Source type: Original source]

.Marge [reading the letter out loud] And the horse I rode in on?^ Marge [reading the letter out loud] And the horse I rode in on?
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^ Bart reads a mathematics word problem out loud, and daydreams about it.
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^ (Marge reads a hate letter from the pile on the kitchen table) .
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.I'll show them what one screwball can do!^ I'll show them what one screwball can do!
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Bart Gets Hit by a Car [2.10]

Homer: He's awake!
.Marge: Oh, Bart!^ Marge : Oh, Bart.
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^ Marge (sighs dejectedly) : Oh, what's the point, Bart?
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^ Marge : Oh, Bart!
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.We thought for a minute you'd gone away from us.^ We thought for a minute you'd gone away from us.
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^ Camp Flab-away instructor : So, you thought you could make a break for it, did you?
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^ And so she has, slipped away, and to us all may grace be given to follow in the way she has gone.
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.Bart: I did go away, Mom!^ Bart : I did go away, Mom!
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^ Bart : [Looking on an airline computer] Well, it says here that Mom and Homer are going to Los Angeles, [Types on computer] But their luggage isn't!
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^ [Marge sits down at the computer, grabs the mouse and starts clicking away] Bart: Click that one, Mom.
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.I was miles and miles and miles away, writhing in agony in the pits of Hell!^ I was miles and miles and miles away, writhing in agony in the pits of Hell!
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And you were there! And you and you and you. .You, I've never seen before.^ You, I've never seen before.
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^ I know you've never performed a Hindu ceremony before.

^ I've never felt like this before.
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.Homer: Hey, yeah, who are you?^ HOMER: Yeah but when you do I’m always dissapointed.
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^ Homer : Hey, who are you?

^ Homer : Oh, yeah, what are you gonna do?

.I saw you chasing Bart's ambulance.^ I saw you chasing Bart's ambulance.
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^ When you pull the lever that destroys the giant saw blade, climb on top of it to find Bart's second Koupon.
  • GameFAQs: The Simpsons Game (PS2) FAQ/Walkthrough by awutow15 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Homer : [in a video of him chasing Bart down the street with a chain mace] I'LL MACE YOU GOOD! Bart : AAAAAHHH!!
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Lionel Hutz: Hutz is the name, Mr. Simpson. .Lionel Hutz, attorney-at-law.^ Lionel Hutz : Lionel Hutz, attorney at law.
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^ Lionel Hutz: That’s why you’re the judge and I’m the law-talking guy.
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^ Lionel Hutz , Bart's attorney when he was hit by Mr. Burns.
  • The Simpsons Archive: The Cast List 6 February 2010 13:42 UTC www.snpp.com [Source type: Reference]

.Here's my card.^ Here's my card.
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.It turns into a sponge when you put it in water.^ He has a card that turns into a sponge in water.
  • The Simpsons Archive: The Cast List 6 February 2010 13:42 UTC www.snpp.com [Source type: Reference]

^ It turns into a sponge when you put it in water.
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^ Wolfe : Why must you turn my office into a house of lies?
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.Homer: Ooh, classy.^ Homer : Ooh, "Portrait," sounds classy!
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^ Homer : Ooh, classy.
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[After .Marge ruins the case and the million dollars for Homer.^ [After Marge ruins the case and the million dollars for Homer.
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^ Homer pleads his case with Marge.
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^ When Mr. Burns hits Bart in a auto accident, and is willing to pay only one-hundred dollars, Homer sues Mr. Burns for a million.
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Mr. Burns and his lawyers meet with Homer and Mr. Hutz in the back room.]
Mr. Burns: I'm going to write a figure on this piece of paper. .It's not quite as large as the previous number but I think you'll find it acceptable.^ I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

^ It's not quite as large as the previous number but I think you'll find it acceptable.
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^ Bart: Think you'll win?
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[Writes a big zero and hands it to Homer]
.Hutz: I think we should take it.^ Personally, I think that Dr Sigman should take his bee and his bonnet and fuck off.
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^ Should we petition the Conservative leader, or deliver a drubbing at the polls; which do you think he will take more notice of?
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^ They also seem to think that if money will not necessarily make you happy then there is no reason why they should not take it off you in taxes.
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Homer: Ohhhhh.

One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish [2.11]

.Master Chef: [car sounds horn] Ah, she's here.^ Master Chef : [car sounds horn] Ah, she's here.
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Cover for me.
.Akira: One Fugu.^ Akira : One Fugu.
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.Toshiro: No, not Fugu!^ Toshiro : No, not Fugu!
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If it is cut improperly, it's-
.Akira: Yes, yes, I know it's poisonous, but if sliced properly, it can be quite tasty.^ If it is cut improperly, it's- Akira : Yes, yes, I know it's poisonous, but if sliced properly, it can be quite tasty.
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.Toshiro: I must get to the master.^ Toshiro : I must get to the master.
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.[heads out to the alley, where a car is parked.^ If one does not pay a parking meter, a hand comes out and bangs the faulty parked space car.

The Master Chef and Mrs. Krabappel are making out inside.]
Master Chef: Oh, Mrs. Krabappel, your hair is so alluring...
.Toshiro: Master, we need you back in the kitchen.^ Continue this, and run back down to the rock if you need some more gummies for Homer.
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^ Once you destroy all 25 laser stands, you will need to get back to Krustylu Studios in less than 50 seconds.
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^ Once you destroy all 3 trucks, you will need to get back to the Simpsons' house.
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Master Chef: I said cover for me, damn it!
.Toshiro: But Master, we need your skilled hands!^ C. Montgomery Burns 'You need to get your hands dirty, Poindexter!'

Master Chef: My skilled hands are busy, YOU DO IT!

[Homer is brought to the hospital after eating the fugu.]
Dr. Hibbert: Now, a little death anxiety is normal. .You can expect to go through five stages.^ You can expect to go through five stages.
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^ So, when are we going to privatise all schools and fund them through vouchers then, you utter, utter bastard.
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^ Moe : You go through life, you try to resist the urge to punch people in the face, and for what?
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The first is denial.
.Homer: No way, because I'm not dying!^ Teen Homer: “No way man!
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^ Teen Homer: No way man!
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^ Homer : No way, because I'm not dying!
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Dr. Hibbert: Second is anger.
.Homer: [yelling] Why you little!^ Homer : Why, what did you do?

^ Homer : Then why are you dressed like that for?
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^ Homer : Why are you dressed as Catwoman ?
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Dr. Hibbert: After that comes fear.
.Homer: [worried] What's after fear?^ Homer : [worried] What's after fear?
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What's after fear?!
Dr. Hibbert: Bargaining.
.Homer: Doc, you gotta get me outta this.^ Homer : Doc, you gotta get me outta this.
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^ Homer's ghost : Marge you gotta help me, I have to do one good deed to get into heaven.

^ Homer : Ugh, you always gotta work blue don't you Marge?
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.I'll make it worth your while.^ I'll make it worth your while.
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Dr. Hibbert: Finally acceptance.
.Homer: Well, we all gotta go sometime.^ Homer : Well, we all gotta go sometime.
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^ Homer Simpson 'That guy has gotta go!'

^ Homer : Aw, I gotta go.
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Dr. Hibbert: Mr. Simpson, your progress astounds me.

The Way We Was [2.12]

.Homer: Time for Doctor TV to perform a little surgery.^ Homer finishes off his performance by punching the glasses off Smithers' face) (whip pan to the present) Homer: (chuckles) Good times.
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[He hits the TV, and it goes blank.]
.Bart: Looks like you lost the patient, Doc.^ Homer: Look, I'm not asking you to like me.
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^ It makes you look like a homosexual.

^ Crucify me for not looking if you like.
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.Barney: Hey, Homer, you're late for English!^ Homer : Hey, yeah, who are you?
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^ Barney : You're a musician?
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^ Homer : You're all nuts.
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.Homer: Pffft, English, who needs that?^ Homer: Now Marge if something goes wrong at the plant, just blame the guy who can’t speak english.
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^ Homer to Marge: Just blame it on the guy who doesn’t speak English.
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^ Homer Simpson The Homer They Fall 'Anyone who needs this kind of status symbol must have some terrible emotional problem.'

.I'm never going to England.^ I'm never going to England.

Come on, let's go smoke!

[Homer tries to ask Marge to the Prom.]
.Homer: Look, I'm not asking you to like me.^ Homer: Then why do you look like César Romero ?
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^ Crucify me for not looking if you like.
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^ Homer : Lisa, you like homework.
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.I'm not asking you to put yourself in a position where I can touch your goodies.^ You used to put it in your coffee!

^ I'm not asking you to put yourself in a position where I can touch your goodies.
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^ Marge : The only thing I asked you to do for this party was put on clothes, and you didn't do it.

.I'm just asking you to be fair.^ I'm just asking you to be fair.
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^ I would just like you to see that someone has looked at both sides and given them both a fair chance...
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^ You should be asked just once if you want to allow the action, and then the copy should continue.
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.Flashback Homer: Marge I have a problem.^ Flashback Homer : Marge I have a problem.
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^ Marge : Now the cat needs his medication-- Homer : No problem.
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.When you stop this car, I'm gonna hug you.^ When you stop this car, I'm gonna hug you.
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And kiss you. .And I'll never be able to let you go.^ Kirk: You're letting me go!?
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^ I'll go disguised as you.

^ And I'll never be able to let you go.
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.Present Homer: And I never have.^ Present Homer : And I never have.
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Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment [2.13]

[Everyone leaves Homer's house after the fight ends.]
Apu: Quite a donnybrook, eh, Mr. Burns?
Mr. Burns: Balderdash! .Why, I once watched "Gentleman" Jim Corbett fight an Eskimo fellow bare-knuckled for a hundred and thirteen rounds!^ Why, I once watched "Gentleman" Jim Corbett fight an Eskimo fellow bare-knuckled for a hundred and thirteen rounds!
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.Of course, back then, if a fight lasted less than fifty rounds, we demanded our nickel back!^ Of course, back then, if a fight lasted less than fifty rounds, we demanded our nickel back!
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^ You will fight no less than ten dolphins at a time down here.
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^ Perhaps we are not at war, but we are in an endgame; ours might be slower and less violent than that of the Iraqis (at this stage, at least), but it's an endgame still the same.
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.Marge: So kids what did you learn about today?^ Marge : I did tell you.
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^ Homer : Did you hear that, Marge?

^ Marge : I'm worried about the kids, Homey.

Bart: Hell.
Homer: BART!
Bart: What? That's what we learned about. I sure as hell can't say we learned about hell unless I can say hell now can I?
.Homer: Kids got a point Marge.^ Tree House of Horror IX A dead convict controls Homer; Homer and Marge are on ``Jerry Springer''; the kids meet Itchy and...
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^ I sure as hell can't say we learned about hell unless I can say hell now can I? Homer : Kids got a point Marge.
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^ Itchy & Scratchyland Homer, Marge and the kids visit Itchy & Scratchy Land, a violent theme park.
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.Bart: Hell yes!^ Bart : Hell yes!
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Marge: Bart.
Bart: [sings]Hell, hell, hell, hell, hell.
.Marge: Bart, you're no longer in Sunday School.^ Bart : You're right, Mom.
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^ (Marge and Bart nod no) Lisa?
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^ Bart : You're right.
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Don't swear.
.Marge: Don't give up, When you love somebody, you have to have faith that in the end, they will do the right thing.^ Marge: You don't have a cousin Frank.
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^ Homer :Don't give up Moe.
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^ Marge : You shouted it while we were making love!
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Principal Charming [2.14]

.Homer: Which one's Selma, again?^ Homer : Which one's Selma, again?
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.Marge: She's the one who likes Police Academy movies and Hummel figurines, and walking through the park on clear autumn days.^ But instead it’s been painful and disturbing like that movie “Police Academy”.
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^ Marge : She's the one who likes Police Academy movies and Hummel figurines, and walking through the park on clear autumn days.
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^ But instead it's been painful and disturbing like that movie Police Academy .
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.Homer: Oh, yeah yeah yeah.^ Homer : Oh yeah, Marge?

^ Homer : Oh, yeah, what are you gonna do?

^ Homer : Oh, yeah yeah yeah.
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.But I thought she was the one that didn't like to be...^ But I thought she was the one that didn't like to be...
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you know... touched.
.Marge: It's Patty who chose a life of celibacy.^ Marge : It's Patty who chose a life of celibacy.
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.Selma simply had celibacy thrust upon her.^ Selma simply had celibacy thrust upon her.
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.Marge: You will find Selma a man!^ Marge : You will find Selma a man!
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^ A strange looking man approaches Marge, which startles her] Sebastian Cobb : I am sorry, I should not have stalked you like that.
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^ The first time that you send Maggie into the air duct, you will find Marge's second coupon in the ventilation.
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.Homer: All right.^ Homer : All right, pal.
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^ Homer : All right.
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^ Homer : All right then.

.Marge: And not just any man.^ Marge : And not just any man.
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