Posts Tagged ‘The Old Man and the Lisa

13
Oct
19

Quote of the Day

“Oh, my, I wonder which is the cereal for me? . . . Oh, excuse me, could you tell me where I might find the Burns-Os?” – C.M. Burns
“Sorry, pops, they don’t put nobodies on cereal boxes.” – Krusty the Klown
“Well, I suppose this one looks a bit like me.” – C.M. Burns

20
Apr
19

Quote of the Day

“Simpson, what are you doing here? Why aren’t you at work?” – Mr. Smithers
“I made a bad mistake and Lenny sent me home to think about what I did. But I don’t remember what it was, so I’m watching TV.” – Homer Simpson

15
Aug
18

Quote of the Day

“I’ll keep it short and sweet: family, religion, friendship, these are the three demons you must slay if you wish to succeed in business. When opportunity knocks, you don’t want to be driving to the maternity hospital or sitting in some phony baloney church . . . or synagogue.” – C.M. Burns

20
Apr
18

Quote of the Day

“And the windows are from the old liquor bottles we collected. . . . Hey! I thought I told you to stop licking my windows!” – C.M. Burns
“I know. You told me. And when I woke up this morning, I said, Barney, you’re not gonna lick that man’s windows…” – Barney Gumble

09
Aug
17

Quote of the Day

“Ketchup, catsup, ketchup, catsup . . . I’m in way over my head.” – C.M. Burns

20
Apr
17

Quote of the Day

“Excuse me, Mr. Burns, now that you’re completely ruined, how do you feel?” – Kent Brockman
“Excellent. I’m on my way back to the top! I’ve turned these cans into can-do!” – C.M. Burns
“Well, you smell terrible. Good luck to you, sir.” – Kent Brockman

Happy 20th Anniversary to “The Old Man and the Lisa”! Original airdate 20 April 1997.

14
Mar
17

Quote of the Day

“There’s gotta be more trash around here somewhere.” – Lisa Simpson
“Hey, why don’t you try the old folks home? They practically live in their own filth.” – Homer Simpson




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