“I came to talk to you about your potty mouth.” – Ned Flanders
“What the hell are you talking about?” – Homer Simpson
“Look, Homer, all of us pull a few boners now and then, go off half-cocked, make asses of ourselves.” – Ned Flanders
Posts Tagged ‘Bart the Lover
“I bet we could buy a nice doghouse for fifty dollars.” – Marge Simpson
“Marge, you’re a tool of the doghouse makers.” – Homer Simpson
“I am not!” – Marge Simpson
“Yes, you are. You’ve been brainwashed by all those doghouse commercials on TV.” – Homer Simpson
After Ms. Krabappel gives Bart a month of detention, Bart gets his revenge on her by responding to her newspaper singles ad. Homer begins a “swear jar” to keep him cursing.
As by now I am sure you have all heard, Marcia Wallace died recently. So, in an action I consider highly respectful, FOX will air a Mrs. Krabappel centered episode from the actual Simpsons. This episode aired almost 22 years ago, and is one of my favorites. It ranks amongst those that cannot be separated by rankings, and I, for the first time in many, many years, will be watching The Simpsons as it is broadcast, while not under the threat of violence.
Although it is under terrible circumstances that this is happening, please enjoy the episode as I am sure Mrs. Wallace would want it that way.
“Chef Lonelyheart’s Soup for One.” – Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
“One scratch and win, Apu.” – Mrs. Krabappel
“Mrs. Krabappel, I haven’t seen you since we doubled our prices. Still teaching?” – Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
“Let’s see . . . one more day at least.” – Mrs. Krabappel
Marcia Wallace would’ve been 71 today. Happy birthday!
“Bart, it’s such a nice day today, let’s have detention outside.” – Mrs. Krabappel
Sad news, Marcia Wallace, Mrs. Krabappel herself, died yesterday. The cause was “complications from breast cancer”:
She would also build a second career as a voice-over actress, giving life to Edna Krabappel, Bart Simpson’s cynical and chain-smoking fourth grade teacher on “The Simpsons.” The role, a sublime parody of disaffected instruction, earned her an Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in 1992. The show’s executive producer Al Jean said Saturday that the character would be retired out of deference to Wallace’s death.
Good on Jean. So long, Marcia. We’ll miss you.
Left image shamelessly yoinked from The Wrap link above. Right image, one final “Ha”.
“Though I’ll be inoculating babies in Kampuchea, my heart will always be with you.” – Lisa Simpson
“That sucks. How ’bout ‘Crocodiles bit off my face’?” – Bart Simpson
“That’s disgusting. And besides, when a woman loves a man it doesn’t matter that a crocodile bit off his face.” – Marge Simpson
“I may hold you to that, Marge.” – Homer Simpson