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Quote of the Day

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“And I want a bike, and a monkey, and a friend for the monkey…” – Ralph Wiggum
“You’re not gonna start any fires, are you?” – Hosey the Bear
“At my house we call them Uh-Ohs.” – Ralph Wiggum

Happy (one day late) Birthday Mike Scully!


3 Responses to “Quote of the Day”


  1. 1 The Artist Formerly Known As Bleeding Gums Murphy
    4 October 2016 at 1:14 am

    They made Maggie talk for the third time in last Zombie Simpsons episode (after “Lisa’s First Word and the Zombie Simpsons movie). She says “Maggie talk, Maggie talk” (etc) while the family is discussing.

    What a waste of time.

    • 2 Ryan
      4 October 2016 at 7:19 am

      She also said her “first word” in coming to homerica, season… 19 or 20 or somethin’ I dunno.

      • 3 The Artist Formerly Known As Bleeding Gums Murphy
        4 October 2016 at 2:34 pm

        Mike Amato to the rescue:

        https://meblogwritegood.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/441-coming-to-homerica/

        “The show chronicles Springfield’s experience with an influx of immigrants. From where? Neighboring city Ogdenville, whose populous nearly all got laid off following a tainted barley snafu. […] now the town is full of Norwegian-esque types, kindly, naive hired hands that the people of Springfield quickly take advantage of. Then we see problems that Springfielders basically create for themselves […] are blamed on the Ogdenvillians. […] Marge hands Maggie over to a nanny (why she wants a woman in to clean the house and take care of the baby, her two most valued things in life, is beyond me), and is horrified to find her first words are in “Ogdenvillese;” she kind of made her own bed on that one.”

        Ugh, so another waste of time?


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