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Quote of the Day

“Now, let us thank the Lord for this magnificent crystal cathedral, which allows us to look out upon His wondrous creation. . . Now, quickly, gaze down at God’s fabulous parquet floor! Eyes on the floor. Still on the floor.” – Not Robert Schuller
“Ow, my ass!” – Homer Simpson
“Always on God’s floor.” – Not Robert Schuller

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2 Responses to “Quote of the Day”


  1. 1 Anonymous
    18 May 2018 at 9:32 am

    Surprised he didn’t break through the glass.

    This is one of those “meh” episodes. It has some funny moments, but isn’t really that great overall.

    • 2 BGM.mkv
      18 May 2018 at 11:36 am

      I do think the B-plot here is particulary weak. Lisa and Bart using a metal detector to find treasures seems like a rather desperate idea. As part of a bigger plot, sure. As the A/B-plot, nope. Although it’s not as bad as the magic doorbell from “Maximum Homerdrive”.

      The A-plot is also slow and has some filler here and there. This was a huge problem in Season 8, where it seems they forgot how to fill episodes with paper-thin premises with lots of funny jokes the way they did back in Season 5, and while 9 is not as bad (perhaps the only improvement over the previous season), it still had episodes like this one.


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