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Quote of the Day

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“Holy jumping Caesar’s catfish! My H has been stolen! Oh, that’s how people know it’s a Honda! What’s the point of having a Honda if you can’t show it off?” – Superintendent Chalmers

Happy 20th Anniversary to “Lisa’s Date with Density”! Original airdate: 15 December 1996.


2 Responses to “Quote of the Day”


  1. 1 Victor D
    15 December 2016 at 4:38 pm

    Wow, you’re still doing the 20th Anniversary event thing for Season 8? I don’t remember seeing one for ToHVII so I had assumed you decided to stop doing them after Season 7, given how much of a mixed bag Season 8 is (9 even more so). I’ll assume you’ll definitely stop once we reach Season 10?

    Anyways, I like how Chalmers is complaining about his Honda H being stolen. I don’t know if it’s that this joke seems dated, or if it’s that Hondas even back then in ’96 weren’t that cool, but it’s still funny.


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