Vote for Nelson
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Vote for Nelson
"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.
Finally, a tough matchup here. I like both, but Nelson moreso
calmer than you are
HA-HA. Its Nelson
Oh yeah? ..well,.. My Mom says you're a selfish lover!
Nelson by far.
I do like Nelson,but in the majority of post-classic era episodes,he's annoying.But I vote for Selma,she's such a great and complex character.
It's a difficult choice. Nelson is funny and has lots of great moments, but Selma has Selma's Choice and she is as amusing as Nelson. Both have decreased radically their quality at the post-classic era.
My vote goes to Selma, with doubts.
1: B+ 2: A 3: A 4: A+ 5: A+ 6: A+ 7: A+ 8: A 9: A- 10: C+ 11: B- 12: B 13: B 14: C- 15: D 16: D- 17: D+ 18: C 19: C+ 20: B-
Homer the Whopper: D / Bart Gets a "Z": C / The Great Wife Hope: C- / Treehouse of Horror XX: B The Devil Wears Nada: D- / Pranks and Greens: C+ / Rednecks and Broomsticks: C+ / Brother, Where Bart Thou?: B-/ Thursdays with Abie: C / Once Upon a Time in Springfield: D / Million Dollar Maybe: D / Boy Meets Curl: D+ / The Color Yellow: D / Postcards from the Wedge: C / Stealing First Base: D / The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed: C / American History X-cellent: C / Chief of Hearts: C+ / The Squirt and the Whale: D / Surveil With Love C-
I'll go with Nelson for this one.
Is it fair that I vote for one Bouvier on a different match and not the other one? x3
Nelson is a great character. So is Selma but i prefer Nelson by a mile.
A pretty tough decision here but I went for Nelson
We got no food, we got no jobs, our PETS HEADS ARE FALLING OFF!
Kids, let me tell you about another so-called ``wicked'' guy. He had long hair and some wild ideas. He didn't always do what other people thought was right. And that man's name was...
I forget. But the point is... I forget that, too. Marge, you know what I'm talking about. He used to drive that blue car?
-- Homer's parable of the guy in the blue car, ``Homer the Heretic''
Ralph: I Won! I Won!
Principal Skinner: No Ralph this means you're failing English
Ralph: Me fail English? That's unpossible.
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