Wizard of Evergreen Terrace, season 10.
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Wizard of Evergreen Terrace, season 10.
Season 18 Grades
The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer: C+
Jazzy and the Pussycats: D-
Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em...: F
Treehouse of Horror XVII: C-
G.I. D'oh: B-
Moe 'N' A Lisa: B
Ice Cream of Margie (With the Light Blue Hair): B
The Haw-Hawed Couple: B
Kill Gil: Vols. 1 & 2: C
The Wife Aquatic: N/A
Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times: C
Little Big Girl: A-
Springfield Up: A-
Yokel Chords: B
Rome-old and Juli-eh: C-
Marge Gamer: B-
The Boys of Bummer: B
Crook and Ladder: C-
Stop Or My Dog Will Shoot!: C-
24 Minutes: A-
You Kent Always Say What You Want: C
If you still want the answer after three days, it's 'Bart Gets an 'F''Originally Posted by Jimbo77
I don't mind being called a liar when I'm lying...but not when I'm telling the truth!
Here's kind of a stupid question (not that the answer is obvious, it's more of a 'why the hell would anyone care' kind of a thing): Does Hank Azaria do the voice of that movie exec guy who (in the ep with Mel Gibson) says "Why did Mr. Smith kill everybody?"
Choke on your lies!!!
Yes. The character is called William Milo.
Really sorry it's not a Simpsons question but I didn't know where else on the internet to find the answer but if anyone were able to tell me the name of the actress in this picture I would really appreciate it.
That's absolutley Hilarious.Originally Posted by Colburn
My questions it swith the Dragon in Goo Goo Gai Pan.
What is that referencing?
In "Who needs the Quickie Mart?" Apu starts off with "Lisa can philosophise. Bart's adept at telling lies...."
What does he say about Marge (While seemingly measuring her hair with Granpa's cane) ?
If you gentlemen wouldn't mind waiting out here, we'll take care of the lovely ladies.
"Marge with hair by Frank Lloyd Wright."
HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA hahaha haha haha ha ha hmmmOriginally Posted by Simpsons Forever!
I don't get it.
Thanks Andy. Can always rely on you to give me a wikipedia link.
Is there a particular reason why Rosebud is called Rosebud? I know it has something to do with Citizen Kane, but I haven't seen it, yet.
Through all his success and all of his riches, the main character in citizen Cane could never reach the level of happiness brought to him by "Rosebud", a simple, steel railed sled.Originally Posted by wheres_the_any_key?
.................................. or it might have been the name of a stripper at the club down the street from his house...........
it's been a while.
OK ThanksOriginally Posted by DumHonkey
does anyone know specific examples of when random stuff (desks, baby carriages, etc) explode when crashing?
i cant think of them
Chief Wiggum rolling down the hill in a beer can costume in Duffless springs to mind.
In "G-g-ghost D-d-dad" in THOH XI, a baby carriage rolls down the stairs of city hall. Homer rescues the baby just as the carriage is run over by a car. It then explodes into flames.Originally Posted by Barnyard
In "Terror at 5 1/2 Feet" in THOH IV, Hans Moleman runs his car off the road. He ALMOST hits a tree, but stops just in time. The car then explodes for almost no reason.
Last edited by Zeus; Today at 12:00 PM. Reason: to fuck with you
Originally Posted by Steve
The milk truck bursts into flames in Separate Vocations
What does it mean when John and Homer talk about things especially Marge's curtains, "Didn't you die when you found those?" having "camp value" I never understood that term, and why did someone say Whatever happened to baby Jane was "campy". Oh and wasn't the baby carriage a parody of the movie "The Untouchables" when Kevin Costner has to try to save the baby and also not get shot by the gangsters and try to catch them? And its parodied in Naked Gun 33 1/3 too I think (Leslie Neilson)
Moe: What are you telling us, were trapped like rats?
Russ Cargill: No, rats can't be trapped this easily, you're trapped like... carrots.
why does everybody, when referring to a specific episode, have to name it as an acronym? there are close to 400 episodes and we are supposed to, off the top of our heads, know what someone means when saying:
"yeah i think ICM is a better episode then PGABNB but worse than JWS. However WAB was the worse episode since TPR dethroned TMF"
the above is an obvious exaggeration but anyway.. im not really complaining, im just.. well im complaining.
i can understand people using THOH and LETS.. those are pretty obvious.. or if you've been talking about an episode in your post and you wanted to make it easier and start using the acronym or if an entire thread is about the episode.
i know some of you are so into the simpsons that you could easily recognize acronyms of episodes using the last letter of each word in the title instantly, but some of us only have an obsession with the show to the point of never making new friends, etc.
anyway, got that off my chest.
You might have wanted to keep that one on your chest because now you look like an idiot.Originally Posted by Barnyard
Actually, we usually only use acronyms for episodes we talk about lots. For example, everyone knows what KTAAR means because we talk about how bad it is, as we do with NKOTB (New Kids on the Blecch...of course it could also be New Kid on the Block, except if we use it in a sentence with any word meaning 'bad' you can be sure we are talking about Blecch)...Originally Posted by Barnyard
Episodes with fairly short titles are basically never said using acronyms here (for example, Das Bus, Mountain of Madness, etc).
Basically, only the episodes talked about frequently and are well known are told of using acronyms.
Also read Reservoir Dog's post. He makes a great point.
now see, ive been reading this forum for a long time. i know what acronyms "we" use. obviously, as i noted in my post (which must have been interpretted incorrectly) i can understand the use of certain titles.. like the ones you mentioned. yes, they're talked about all the time. all you'd have to do is read my post to know i understand thatOriginally Posted by Ivan
and obviously, since i made the above post, i must have noticed recently that people are using acronyms that are according to you "basically never said" and i was basing my post on those. because, in fact, i have seen a lot lately. i guess no one else had a problem. it wasnt supposed to be a very serious post anyway.
thanks for the reply though
i wont dignify that with a responseOriginally Posted by Reservoir Dog
Does anyone know which was the episode where McBain (or Wolfcastle) was selling pizza? There was something about 9mm bullets in pizza and and McBain also said something like "If you ask for broccoli, what the heck is broccoli anyway, I will kill you!"
Uh, I'm fairly sure that never happened.Originally Posted by tappio
Oops, my bad! Just found what I was looking for, it was the old "Arnolds pizza-shop" -clip. I was sure it was McBain, but maybe i've eaten too many of those pizzas... :silly:
What's the name of the episode where Lisa said that in the future people will have 5 fingers?
Marmalade,I love marmalade...
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