Quote of the Day

“Yeah, I’ll fetch you a ride little missy. Hop on in! Mind the skunk. Them things can go off even after theys dead.” – Cletus

Happy 20th Anniversary to “Lost Our Lisa”. Original airdate Whacking Day, 1998.

2 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 1 Anonymous
    11 May 2018 at 9:26 am

    Ugh, this episode. One of the first I watched and thought what a complete waste of time it was. The anniversary of Whacking Day deserved something better.

  2. 11 May 2018 at 11:10 pm

    One of the earlier episodes I can remember seeing. When I was a kid, my mother was adamant that I couldn’t watch The Simpsons until I was 13, but she did say it was okay if one of my older family members wanted to watch it around me, so I snuck a few glimpses here and there. I caught this one at age 11, on a rerun in the summer of ’98 while we were visiting family in Chicago (I remember giggling at the line “I shoulda got off in Crackton”). Actually, I got to see quite a lot of The Simpsons on that vacation – my cousins were big fans, and I caught “Last Exit to Springfield” and “Itchy and Scratch Land” in syndication that week, and I got to read the Complete Guide book for the first time.

    Odd that I can remember all this but not what I had for dinner last night.

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