Grandpa: A MILLIONAIRE! oh I kept the wrong one!
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Grandpa: A MILLIONAIRE! oh I kept the wrong one!
A joke I never remembered was in Saturdays of Thunder when the shark starts to maul the young boy in the father/son water tank.
^looks like you remembered it pretty well.............
yes. also:Homer: Let the bears pay the bear tax, I pay the Homer tax
Lisa: No that's the home owner taxp
apu: legislative, executive, and judicial.
homer: no, no and no! (sigh) maybe we should start all over with the electrical college...
grampa: I'll be deep in the cold, cold ground before I recognize Missourah.
Last edited by johnnypocket; 08-09-2009 at 09:19 PM.
Bart's Dog Gets an F
Homer: Come here boy! Come here! Who's a good boy! Go on say it! (Doing a dog voice) I rove roo!
Awww good boy!
I like the yogi bear joke from "when you dish upon a star"
homer: when will everyone learn? DEMOCRACY DOESNT WORK!
Treehouse of Horror V, never heard anyone say this:
Homer: Can't murder now, eating.
Last edited by The Robot Devil; 08-10-2009 at 08:40 AM.
My favorite episode might be She of Little Faith, season 13. It has so many jokes that I absolutely love, and I cant list them all but I'll list a lot in what I think is an underrated episode in general.
'Space air is flooding in!'
'Right! Goggles on!'
'The word unblowuppable is thrown around a lot these days...'
'Let's just write to David Bowie again!'
'No, he's done enough for this church.'
'Money changed! Get ya money changed, right here in the temple!'
I think the best one is when Lisa is objecting:
'Like the whore of Babylon?'
'That is a false analogy!'
'No it's not! It's apt. APT!!'
For some reason her screaming 'apt' into the air cracks me up every time.
I guess we'll just have to adjust
From Homer's Triple Bypass:
Dear God, thank you for Ziggy comics, little baby ducks and, "Sweating to the Oldies" volumes One, Two and Four.
Gawd, I love that joke. Love it. I don't know if I love the joke because it's intrinsically absurd or silly, or if it's because of the cuckoo-bananas background story. Tonight, I shall say a prayer of, "Dear Lord, thank you for NFL football, nacho cheese Doritos, and The Simpsons seasons one through eight, fourteen through sixteen, and maybe season nine too."
"Suspect is hatless! Repeat, hatless!"
"Did you exchange, a walk on part in a war, for a lead role in a cage?"
another one from "Burns, baby, Burns"
oh, and I stepped on one of your peacocks, got a paper towel?
Hank Scorpio reaching into his pockets when he asks Homer if he wants any cream for his coffee.
the itchy and scratchy cartoon in the front where itchy keeps hitting scratchy with the mallet, and then say "kids, say no to drugs" is pretty funny, but the line that follows it is gold:
"that's even worse than those tastless itchy and sambo cartoons from the late 30s."
i think it's great that lisa finds a bland cartoon with an unsubtle message worse than a cartoon with exaggerated, outdated racial stereotypes
Most of the lines from Mountain of Madness. Very underrated episode overall.
Homer: You know, Mr. Burns, you're the richest guy I know. Way richer than Lenny.
Burns: Ah yes. But I'd trade it all for a little more.
The bit from the episode "Scenes From The Class Struggle In Springfield" where Burns and Smithers discusses Homer who's begun to play golf has an awesome bit of underrated humor:
Burns: (talking about how he let Nixon win over him in gof back in '74) Oh, he just looked so forlorn, Smithers, with his *imitating Nixon* "Oh, I can't go to prison, Monty. They'll eat me alive!"... I wonder if this Homer Nixon is of any relation?
Smithers: Unlikely, sir. They spell and pronounce their names differently.
Burns: Bah!, schedule a game and I'll ask him myself.
The part where Burns confusedly refers to Homer as "Homer Nixon" gets me everytime; I know it's rather simple but I love that moment and I get the feeling that i'm one of few who does it.
Last edited by CousinMerl; 08-13-2009 at 12:41 PM.
Another underrated joke is Homer's line from Call of the simpsons:
And of course:Avenge me my son. Avenge my death.
I always forget which episode that one's in but it's one of the best jokes in the show.It's a little late for Lenny
Well, Bart, your uncle Arthur used to have a saying: "Shoot 'em all and let God sort 'em out." Unfortunately, one day put his theory into practice. It took 75 federal marshalls to bring him down. Now let's never speak of him again. / Honey, you should listen to your heart, and not the voices in your head like a certain uncle did one grey December morn.
What episode is that from?
"Jimmy Carter? He's history's greatest monster!"
Joe Frazier: Webster's Dictionary defines excellence as "the quality or condition of being excellent" and now........
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