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    Eliot Ness (played by Robert Stack) from the 1950's TV series The Untouchables.

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    What episode is Veryjammy's avatar from?

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    Wild Barts Can't Be Broken

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    Ah, thanks

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    In "A Star is Burns" there's a deleted scene with Lisa and Maggie winning the best Swedish film award. In the scene, Maggie is shown dressed up as the grim reaper; does anyone know what this is a reference to? Thanks a lot.

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    You guys know the clip show one where Bart shakes up a beer and Homer is in hospital? Barney and Moe visit and then Barney goes I can't stand to see him like this! and smothers Homer with a pillow then some music plays and he smashes the window with a drinking fountain and runs into the sunset screaming, what is that a parody of? In Bart to the Future, the Indian does it as well.
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    Russ Cargill: No, rats can't be trapped this easily, you're trapped like... carrots.

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    ^One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
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    the Jonas Brothers make my gay, pedophile dick so hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SideshowCecil13
    In "A Star is Burns" there's a deleted scene with Lisa and Maggie winning the best Swedish film award. In the scene, Maggie is shown dressed up as the grim reaper; does anyone know what this is a reference to? Thanks a lot.
    Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seventh_Seal

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    What's the song that Lisa and Bart sing while spinning the jump rope for Homer to exercise in 'Brush With Greatness'?
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    Lincoln, Lincoln, I've been thinkin'
    What the hell have you been drinkin'?
    Is it water? Is it wine?
    Oh my gosh, it's turpentine.


    It's a jump rope rhyme that dates to at least 1969.

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    In which episode does Homer make a reference to To Kill A Mockingbird giving him no good advice on killing mockingbirds?

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    Diatribe Of A Mad Housewife.

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    The "Dough, Ray Me" song ...

    What episode has Homer singing the Dough, Ray, Me" song parody? It's the song that goes something like "Dough, the stuff I use to buy beer, ... Ray, the guy who sells me beer, ... Me, the guy, who drinks the beer .... "


    Further, does anyone know where someone could listen to a sound wave of Homer singing it? I've spent hours looking on the net to no avail.


    Thanks *big time* for any replies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larson Something
    Diatribe Of A Mad Housewife.
    Ah, thank you. Can't believe I couldn't remember that.

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    In the commentary for 'Bart On The Road', they say that Pamela Hayden sometimes voices Martin.
    In which episodes has this happened?

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    Never, I think. Russi Taylor has always done Martin, in my recollection.

    Are you sure they didn't say Pamela Hayden does Milhouse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan
    Never, I think. Russi Taylor has always done Martin, in my recollection.
    Except in Lisa's wedding where I think it's Dan Castellaneta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan
    Never, I think. Russi Taylor has always done Martin, in my recollection.

    Are you sure they didn't say Pamela Hayden does Milhouse?
    No, they definitely mention at one point in the commentary that Pamela has done Martin on occasions in which Russi was not available. No idea which episodes though. It's probably just for minor stuff anyway, like someone else voiced Fat Tony for one line once, I believe.

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    Can anyone find me a picture of Homer when Maggie shoots him with the nail gun and his ears are pinned to the wall?

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    Here's one:



    Try lardlad.com

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    Thats kinda almost what I was looking for. Thanks anyway, I'll try Lardlad.com like you said.

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    I guess you want the one thats front on.

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    In Bart After Dark, Homer asks Bart how Marge usually punishes him. Bart replies, in a disgusted voice, "She makes me taste beer," to which Homer responds, "C'mon boy, give your old man a LITTLE credit."

    I never quite understood the gag here--is it that Bart's trying to trick Homer into giving him beer? If so, it seems out-of-nowhere since he's never expressed an interest in it before, and Homer's line seems like a strange thing to say if Bart's was the punchline. So what's the point of this scene?

    I'd also like to know which ep the "Do-Re-Mi" parody was in.
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    I'd like to know who Homer thinks would be a better actor for his part in Angry Dad: The Motion Picture than John Goodman (from the episode I Am Furious Yellow). A transcript of that short scene would be good
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    "Too...obvious...should be...Gary Oldman!"

    Couldn't find a good transcript for you, sorry. Closest I came was a not very accurate one on IMDB's Memorable Simpsons Quotes page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larson Something
    "Too...obvious...should be...Gary Oldman!"

    Couldn't find a good transcript for you, sorry. Closest I came was a not very accurate one on IMDB's Memorable Simpsons Quotes page.
    Thanks very much.

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    Was Jimbo Jones' name a conscious reference to Jim Jones, the leader of the Cult Group Peoples Temple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I can see your Doodle
    Was Jimbo Jones' name a conscious reference to Jim Jones, the leader of the Cult Group Peoples Temple?
    In The Telltale head commentary I think they say he's named after Jim Brooks
    But in the Kamp Krusty commentary they also say that it's an hommage to the character from a Gary Panter's (cartoonist and friend of Matt Groening) comic book, which sounds more plausible.


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    I've listened to those commentaries but I don't remember them mentioning anything along those lines. Did they acknowledge the similarity between the names or was that said for other reasons?

    and thanks for the answer by the way.

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