Ah, I see now. Sorry; my bad.
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Ah, I see now. Sorry; my bad.
The original Favorite and least favorite by season
Shorts: 1: The Pacifier Watching TV 2: World War III Maggie's Brain 3: Bathtime Scary Movie
Episodes: 1: Krusty Gets Busted The Telltale Head 2: Bart Gets an F The War of the Simpsons 3: Homer at the Bat Separate Vocations 4: Brother From the Same Planet Krusty Gets Kancelled 5: Cape Feare $pringfield 6: Homer Badman Lisa on Ice 7: King-Size Homer Lisa the Iconoclast 8: Simpsoncalifragilisticexpialad'ohcious The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase 9: Girly Edition The Trouble with Trillions 10: Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo Homer Simpson in: "Kidney Trouble" 11: Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner? Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder 12: HOMЯ Tennis the Menace 13: Tales from the Public Domain She of Little Faith 14: The Dad Who Knew Too Little Helter Shelter 15: The Ziff Who Came to Dinner Bart-Mangled Banner 16: Don't Fear the Roofer She Used to Be My Girl 17: My Fair Laddy The Italian Bob 18: The Haw-Hawed Couple You Kent Always Say What You Want 19: Funeral for a Fiend All About Lisa 20: Gone Maggie Gone Four Great Women and a Manicure 21: The Bob Next Door The Color Yellow 22: Homer Scissorhands How Munched is That Birdie in the Window? 23: The Falcon and the D'ohman A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again 24: Hardly Kirk-ing What Animated Women Want
Sorted the first image out but I'm not sure how to get the second image to show in thread
just wrap the image's url with [IMG] link [/IMG]
I've honestly never much cared for that "only 31" joke in Duffless. I mean it is a funny line, but I tend to ignore it outside that episode honestly. Although one time I actually got a good laugh from them remembering it is when Moleman is participating with his dad at the Retirement Castle in "In the Name of the Grandfather."
I just noticed this: In "Marge Gets a Job," on the wall in Smither's office behind Marge during the interview, there's the picture of Burns with Elvis that he was given in "Burns Verkhaufen der Kraftwerk!"
in Natural Born Kissers:
Homer and Marge make their run for it from the putt-putt windmill. Seeing the underwear they left behind, Flanders says in astonishment, "It was people! People soiled our green!"
which is a reference to Soylent Green.
and which apparently was so obvious that the SNPP capsule could mention the line without having to explain it
This isn't in the episode so it doesn't really count but I just did a little fanboy "squee" of delight from it so I'll mention it anyway.
I was just watching the animatic of "Send in the Clones" via the Season 14 DVD and there's a bit where Marge says "So, What's on tap for the Family Guy?" and Homer angrily responds "Don't ever call me that!" and does this funny head shake while scowling and showing his teeth. Made me LOL, I guess they figured Peter in the episode along with the series having been cancelled at that point was enough so they took it out of the finished episode, but still.
Might I also say that the episode looks beautiful on the set. The colors are so vibrant.
Yeah, it and the rest of 14. It just looks the best there because it's the only digital one on that disc.
Jaws Wired Shut: notice the "Editor in Chimp" sign...............
then in Brake My Wife, Please, 16 months later.....
The fonts are different.
Final Chapter - A New Beginning
In Flaming Moe's, Martin talks about a gas chromatograph for Inventor's Day. Professor Frink later uses one to find that the secret ingredient in the drink is love, and proceeds to ask who's been screwing with this thing.
"Of course, a stadium is much too big for flash pictures to work, but nobody seems to care!"
I noticed that in ''Homer's Odyssey,'' one of the guards were watching Krusty the Klown.
This is pretty funny considering Krusty only appeared in one Tracy Ullman short when this was aired.
It wasn't on the millionth watch, but it took a couple of viewings for me to catch on that Burns' reference to Lisa (ragamuffin) also appears in the same dictionary.
but that was the whole joke!
As I said in my review of 'Colonel Homer' in the Weekly Episode Club thread, I noticed that Lurleen had dark brown irises instead of the normal black ones the characters have.
So get this.
The town think Timmy O Toole is trapped down the well. They refer to him as Timmy O Toole and show concern.
When Bart falls down the well for real and admits he was Timmy all along, they refer to him as...
... and he doesn't need the town's sympathy, because he is a well boy.
In "Beware My Cheating Bart", I never noticed that Milhouse flips off (crosses his arms or whatever it's called) the taxi when him and Bart are crossing the street in the Bart being in love montage.
I don't know what they call it but he uses the arm gesture to cuss the driver out.
Last edited by Mozy; 07-16-2012 at 05:09 PM.
here's something i noticed thanks to the newspaper thread.
season 3: the price of the Springfield Shopper is free.
by season 7, the price has disgracefully rocketed to the infinitely higher 35 cents.
and by season whatever, the price has escalated to 50 cents.
Season 22's Flaming Moe
"My name is Moe Syslak, and I'm here to elect me"
Is a tribute to 1974 San Fransisco's gay candidate's Harvey Milk's. "My name is Harvey Milk, and I'm here to recruit you".
He's also dressed as Harvey Milk.
At the end of Krusty Gets Kancelled, Liz Taylor is outside the window at Moe's in the end scene.
i mentioned this once before, but what the hell....
krusty's TV show & krustylu studios are in springfield. the itchy & scratchy studios are in springfield. anyone associated with either lives in springfield. yet, when the simpsons decide to go to itchy & scratchy land, they have to travel halfway across the country to get there. maybe not a gut-busting LOL moment, but i found it oddly amusing after the realization finally dawned on me.....
Maybe it's like Walt Disney Company and Disney World?
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