Quote of the Day

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“Now, please, please!  I can assure you we’ll be using the most advanced, scientific techniques in the field of . . . body finding.” – Chief Wiggum

3 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 10 October 2015 at 10:48 am

    I see wedding bells for Vanna White and Teddy Kennedy…

  2. 2 Victor Dang
    10 October 2015 at 1:42 pm

    Funny how you post about freeze-frame moments in the next post, and there’s one right here, too. Beyond the ridiculous headline, you’ve got the fact that the Shopper is priced FREE (making it no better than freebie rags like your local “Metro” or such).

    And unless my eyes deceive me, I think that’s actual text in the body of the article, and not just lorem ipsum gibberish. At least, I can make out “Springfield Nuclear Power Plant” at the end of the first paragraph. I would love to see the animation cell for this, if it still exists.

    • 3 Victor Dang
      10 October 2015 at 7:48 pm

      Err, scratch that, it appears the newspaper-line-thingie first appeared earlier in the episode with that one with the “PRINCIPAL STILL MISSING” headline. Still, though, I’d like to see what that text said originally.

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