“Honey, wake up! It sounds like Ned Flanders is having some sort of crisis.” – Helen Lovejoy
“Ugh, probably stepped on a worm.” – Reverend Lovejoy
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“I want you to shut off the logical part of your mind.” – Lisa Simpson
“Okay.” – Bart Simpson
“Embrace nothingness.” – Lisa Simpson
“You got it.” – Bart Simpson
“Become like an uncarved stone.” – Lisa Simpson
“Done.” – Bart Simpson
“Bart! You’re just pretending to know what I’m talking about!” – Lisa Simpson
“True.” – Bart Simpson
“Well, it’s very frustrating.” – Lisa Simpson
“I’ll bet.” – Bart Simpson
“Hey Lis, what do you call those guys in chess that don’t matter?” – Bart Simpson
“Well, a blockaded bishop is of little value, but I think you’re referring to a pawn.” – Lisa Simpson
“Right. I am a pawn.” – Bart Simpson
“Mmm, I know.” – Lisa Simpson
Our old friend Nebel was nice enough to remind me on Twitter that I had forgotten to link his best episode ever tournament. And, he’s not even the only one with an episode tournament I missed this week. I may need to carve out a special section in Reading Digest while these things go on, but for today here are some links that I should’ve but didn’t include on Friday:
Round 86: The Secret War of Lisa Simpson vs. Homer’s Triple Bypass – The old directors (Silverman, Archer, etc.) really did give the show a distinctive look even beyond the yellow skin.
Round 87: The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular vs. Bart the General – Bart getting his eyeballs dried always looked painful.
Round 88: Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes? vs. Blood Feud – Always love the story of Hercules and the lion.
Round 89: Lisa the Beauty Queen vs. Bart Gets Famous – You’ll have to speak up, he’s wearing a towel.
THE BEST EPISODE THINGY THERE EVER WAS ROUND 1 Moaning Lisa vs. Lisa’s Substitute – Great breakdown of “Lisa’s Substitute” here.
“Lisa, we can’t afford all these books.” – Bart Simpson
“Bart, we’re just gonna borrow them.” – Lisa Simpson
“Oh, heh heh, gotcha.” – Bart Simpson
All the chapters of “Zombie Simpsons: How the Best Show Ever Became the Broadcasting Undead” are now on-line. You can read the whole thing from start to finish for the impressive cost of absolutely nothing. Of course, if you want to feel really good about yourself as a Simpsons fan, you can still buy it at Amazon for just $2.99. Just click the purchase button and your brain will release some more endorphins.
Special thanks to everyone who has e-mailed or commented to point out my various mistakes in the text; please let me know if you find more. Once I’ve got all the known errors corrected, I’ll put up a PDF version as well as a non-Kindle e-reader one.