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Quote of the Day

Thrillhou

“This is great!  And all I’ve done is enter my name, Thrillhouse!” – Milhouse van Houten

Happy 20th Anniversary to “Marge Be Not Proud”! (I guess.)  And Happy Simpsons Day!


3 Responses to “Quote of the Day”


  1. 17 December 2015 at 8:45 am

    You just had to throw that “I guess” in there, didn’t you?

    • 2 Gina Brevin
      19 December 2015 at 2:58 am

      Yeah. He doesn’t care much for the episode because of how emotionally pornographic he thinks it is. I’ll admit, I hated the episode at first, but that’s because I was around 12, 13 and one of my biggest fears at the time was that my mom would just one day stopped loving me. Then I got over it and laughed at the jokes this episode had, like “Buy me Bonestorm or go to Hell,” Thrillhouse/Thrillho, Milhouse getting Bart kicked out the house twice, Homer’s burn against the Police Academy movies, this part that was cut in syndication where Homer buys nothing but eggnog and thinks the government takes it away after 30 days, and Homer thinking Lisa went to Camp Granada because of that Allan Sherman tape in the answering machine.

      • 3 Izzy
        23 December 2015 at 5:13 pm

        I would also like to add Bart not understanding the word capisce and later hearing it as “catfish” when he plays the scene back in his head.


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