Quote of the Day

Love in the Time of Scurvy

“My, these seas are certainly heaving.” – Marge Simpson
“Well, no more than your bountiful bosom, m’lady.” – Not Fabio
“Does that earring mean you’re a pirate?” – Marge Simpson
“Kinda.” – Not Fabio

15 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 2 April 2013 at 11:48 am

    They’re always called Fabio.

  2. 2 123fakestreet
    2 April 2013 at 8:32 pm

    “Lisa, syou’re blowing my sex, I mean, stop blowing that sax!”

  3. 4 Sumguy
    2 April 2013 at 9:50 pm

    “Love in the Time of Scurvy” is one of those titles that is just so perfectly Simpsons. It’s not a parody of any one thing: it’s a general satire of any novel with clean-cut, beautiful protagonists supposedly living in an era where most medical treatments consisted of a shot of whiskey and an amputation, as well as a shot at how those same stories tend to romanticize old-school ways of life, while neglecting to actually research the era they claim to idolize.

    These days, they’d just call it “Fifty-One Shades of Grey” and leave it at that.

  4. 6 Ze Spah
    2 April 2013 at 10:37 pm

    You’ll probably enjoy this. Totally relevant to Zombie Simpsons.

    • 9 Stan
      2 April 2013 at 11:06 pm

      It feels like Spongebob just took a dump on the Simpsons.
      I’d rather watch Zombie Simpsons instead. This looks like Infected from 28 Days Later Simpsons.

      Oh hey, Frank Grimes!

    • 10 abra cadaver
      3 April 2013 at 2:37 am


      I love these “surreal fucked up Simpsons shorts”, the Hommer simpson series in particular needs a detailed discussion and writeup somewhere. I also have a DVD with every episode of it and all of it together equals about 53 minutes and it’s fucking amazing. Check out the live action episode right away, it’s AMAZING

      and the series really hits its absurdist godlike experimental avant stride here

      Some of these episodes remind me of blaze the pot smoking deer which I’m linking just cuz it needs more fans..

      • 3 April 2013 at 7:35 am

        Is Homer taking a dump in the top clip? I can’t get the video to load right now.

      • 12 RaikoLives
        3 April 2013 at 8:32 am

        What the hell were those things? Jesus, you know when a show has hit real cultural saturation when people’s deepest, darkest nightmares congeal into horrifying constructs based on established tropes of your show. I’m pretty sure Matt Groening would be flattered (weirded out, possibly a little sickt but flattered) buy those movies. Those awful, awful movies.

        Plus you mean “avant garde” you can’t just use “avant” on its own in the context you’re using it in.

      • 13 Ze Spah
        4 April 2013 at 6:38 pm

        Holy crap, Hommer simpson is the greatest thing ever! Thanks for linking it! I’m gonna have a fun hour today watching all these. :)

    • 14 Charlie Sweatpants
      3 April 2013 at 7:34 am

      Holy shit. Might have to front page that.

  5. 15 Monty Python Forever
    7 April 2013 at 12:13 am

    I just remembered that Family Guy also stole this joke: Chris was looking for a new school and one of the options was a boating. He asked if the instructor was a pirate, and the instructor said, “yes, a certain kind of pirate.

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