Posts Tagged ‘One Fish Two Fish Blowfish Blue Fish



30
Dec
09

Quote of the Day

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“Just get over here and bring fifty bucks for bail.” – Homer Simpson

“Fifty bucks!  What’d you do, kill a judge?” – Barney Gumble

22
Jun
09

Quote of the Day

One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish2

“Okay, okay, okay, okay, where do you want to go?” – Homer Simpson

“Anywhere but hamburgers, pizza, or fried chicken!” – Lisa Simpson

“Fine, we’ll go to Mars!” – Homer Simpson

18
Mar
09

Wednesday Evening Cartoons

“I’m alive!  I’m alive and I couldn’t be happier!  From this day forward, I vow to live life to its fullest!” – Homer Simpson

The Simpsons often liked to mess around with their end credits, either playing a different song or having some remaining dialogue continue while they roll.  One of the most underrated examples of this is the end of “One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish” (Season 2, Disc 2).  After shouting the above, the credits roll while Homer sits on the couch, eating pork rinds (light!) and watching professional bowling.  It’s great all by itself, but the bowling announcers in the background make a good thing even better.  Their subdued and petty arguments are dead on perfect for ABC’s Wild World of Sports or 3:00am on Friday night ESPN in the early 90s.  Cracks me up every time.



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