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Well if it was his signature, you wouldn't have been able to quote it, would ya?
In the rate and review section of the episode Simpsons Tall Tales, someone typed this in part of their review :
"The wraparounds had one of the greatest in-jokes in Simpsons history, i.e.- "The Simpsons are going to Delaware!'"
What is the in-joke that this person is talking about?
in "behind the laughter" homer and an editor watch a scene from a supposed upcoming simpsons episode where the simpsons go to delaware. "simpsons tall tales" features the dialogue from that scene completely verbatim ("i want to visit a screen-door factory!")
non·plus (nŏn-plŭs') Pronunciation Key
tr.v. non·plussed also non·plused, non·plus·sing also non·plus·ing, non·plus·ses also non·plus·es
To put at a loss as to what to think, say, or do; bewilder.
n. A state of perplexity, confusion, or bewilderment.
It looks like it can be spelled either way. So, I think they got it correct.
OK, my bad
that's from 'monkey suit' from season 17
calmer than you are
Which episode had Homer stacking stuff he bought and the rest of his family into the car like Tetris blocks and imagining them as them?
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'the strong arms of ma' from season 14
Can someone please tell me which episode this is from? Thanks
You can do anything if you put your mind to it.
Everything happens for a reason.
Just be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.
Don't worry about the world ending today. It's already tomorrow in Australia.
"How the Test Was Won"
Am I missing something with this exchange in "The Springfield Connection", after Marge saves the day:
Homer: Marge, how did you know --
Marge: That the pants would rip?
Homer: No, what I was wondering was --
Marge: Years of buying pants...
Is the joke simply that Homer was wondering something else (not about the pants ripping)? Or is there more to the joke?
I think it's just a Homer fat joke, we've seen him have trouble with pants before, he probably ripped enough pants in his time ending up in Marge having to buy more pants for him.
Can someone please tell me the episode where Milhouse mentions Elton John songs? Thanks
Which episode has the "rare photo of Sean Connery signed by Roger Moore" bit?
preciousbodiliyfluid: it's from '22 short films about springfield'
edit: i'm too slow
Can someone please explain the joke with the Washington Monument in 'Mr. Lisa goes to Washington?"
"Look, Marge, you don't know what it's like. I'm the one out there every day putting his ass on the line. And i'm not out of order! You're out of order. The whole freaking system is out of order. You want the truth? You want the truth?! You can't handle the truth! Because when you reach over and put your hand into a pile of goo, that was your best friend's face, you'll know what to do! Forget it, Marge. It's Chinatown!" - Homer's rant.
i've always thought that it was something of phallic reference. like y'know, monument looks like...
edit: i'm too slow, again
Usually I'm quick to notice that kind of stuff, but I'd never thought the Monument looked like a penis...go figure
In "One Fish, Two Fish..." Homer gives Lisa the "dried out end piece" of the meatloaf and implies it's the worst part. Yet in "Burns' Heir" he tells Bart off for giving the end piece to SLH. So is the end piece of meatload good or bad?
Depends on preference, I guess
Perhaps Homer is fond of it but Lisa isn't.
"How could this have happened?
We started out like Romeo & Juliet but it ended up in tragedy..."
- Milhouse Van Houten
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