Posts Tagged ‘Treehouse of Horror VII

27
Oct
19

Quote of the Day

“You’re crazy!” – Bart Simpson
“Am I? Well, perhaps we’re all a little crazy. . . . I know I am.” – Hugo

27
Oct
18

Quote of the Day

“You don’t forget a thing like Siamese twins!” – Dr. Hibbert
“I believe they prefer to be called conjoined twins.” – Lisa Simpson
“And hillbillies prefer to be called sons of the soil, but it ain’t gonna happen.” – Dr. Hibbert

27
Oct
17

Quote of the Day

“We’ve got to find Hugo.” – Dr. Hibbert
“We’ll search out every place a sick, twisted, solitary misfit might run to!” – Homer Simpson
“I’ll start with Radio Shack!” – Lisa Simpson

27
Oct
16

Quote of the Day

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“Uh, Mr. President, sir? People are becoming a bit confused by the way you and your opponent are, well, constantly holding hands.” – Not George Stephanopoulos
“We are merely exchanging long protein strings. If you can think of a simpler way, I’d like to hear it.” – Kang

27
Oct
15

Quote of the Day

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“Welcome to our world, most gracious Lisa.” – Leader
“Your world is incredible.  And you speak English.” – Lisa Simpson
“We have listened to you speak since the dawn of time, oh Creator, and we have learned to imitoot you exalctly.” – Leader

27
Oct
14

Quote of the Day

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“What are you spraying me with?” – Homer Simpson
“Rum!  So no one will believe your story.” – Kang

01
Jul
14

Quote of the Day

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“Hey, these aren’t waffles.  These are just square pancakes.” – Lisa Simpson
“I’m sorry, honey, the waffle iron’s in the shop.” – Marge Simpson
“The waffle iron’s been in the shop forever.” – Lisa Simpson

25
Oct
13

Quote of the Day

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“Wait a minute, Hugo’s scar is on the wrong side.  He couldn’t have been the evil left twin.  That means the evil left twin is, and always has been, Bart.” – Dr. Hibbert
“Oh, don’t look so shocked.” – Bart Simpson

Happy Birthday Nancy Cartwright! 

05
Nov
12

Quote of the Day

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“I am looking forward to an orderly election tomorrow, which will eliminate the need for a violent bloodbath.” – Kodos

30
Oct
12

Quote of the Day

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“I suppose you want to probe me.  Well, might as well get it over with.” – Homer Simpson
“Stop!  We have reached the limits of what rectal probing can teach us.” – Kang

20
Oct
12

Quote of the Day

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“Science has already proven the dangers of smoking, alcohol and Chinese food, but I can still ruin soft drinks for everyone.” – Lisa Simpson

23
Oct
10

Quote of the Day

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“Oh my god, space aliens.  Don’t eat me!  I have a wife and kids.  Eat them!” – Homer Simpson

01
Oct
10

Reading Digest: Mammary Euphemism Edition

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“I think I’ll bottle feed that one.” – Marge Simpson

This week’s Reading Digest has a slightly misleading title, as there is actually nothing in it about the glands for which our biological class is named.  But having sorted through a week of Simpsons stuff in the wake of Katy Perry, I couldn’t resist it.  There are no Perry links below, but that’s not for a lack of options, and ho-lee-shit, you don’t really appreciate the variety of synonyms in the English language until you see them all together like that.  Anyway, between Perry and the fallout from Glee there was a less than average amount of non-stupid Simpsons content on-line this week.  But we do have some excellent usage, a great t-shirt, another Homer tattoo, an excellent raccoon, and a cautionary tale about Simpsons stamps. 

Enjoy.

Fermat vs. Simpsons – Neat little post about one of the equations that floats past Homer when he’s in the third dimension. 

Working From Home – I used to work from home, and the constant sitting and snacking was awesome.

Knifey Spoony T-Shirt – Sweet.  Things like this are so much better than the officially licensed crap. 

The Simpsons views on trampolining.. – This site sells trampolines, they also have fantastic “Bart’s Inner Child” YouTube. 

Homer Simpson Eating A donut…MMM donut – Another sweet Homer tattoo.  I really can’t get enough of these. 

Futurama and The Simpsons to join foces in a new movie. – This is a joke, though I’m not sure if the misspellings of “Mo” and “Crusty” are intentional, but these ideas aren’t totally far fetched for Zombie Simpsons.  Happily, Futurama appears to still have standards. 

Simpsons Quote of the Day [quotes] – “But Dad, by striking they’re trying to effect a change in management so that they can be happier and more productive.”  “Lisa,”. . .

Homer Simpson Interferes With My Job Search – The downside of Simpsons stamps. 

Singer/Guitarist Of Homer Simpson’s Favorite Band Turns 62 – The intro to this quote is off, he doesn’t say “You kids don’t know Grand Funk?”.  But everything from “The wild shirtless lyrics of Mark Farner?” is dead on.  Excellent usage.  And happy birthday, Mark Farner.

The Simpsons’ Al Jean talks about the new season of "The Simpsons" – This is a video interview with Al Jean.  There isn’t much new here, and if you guessed that he spends most of the time discussing guest stars, you’d be correct. 

Donuts Or the Planet? What Would Alberta Health Minister Liepert Choose? – A YouTube that uses “Two Cars in Every Garage, and Three Eyes on Every Fish” to call attention to oil sand pollution in Canada. 

Inside the Room That is Nate’s Brain – A slideshow of a the bedroom decorations of a serious connoisseur of American culture, including a healthy dose of Simpsons. 

This Raccoon Totally Looks Like Monty Burns – Yeah, it kinda does. 

What I Thought of “Elementary School Musical” – Finally, our friends at Everything Simpsons had a less bilious but basically similar take to our own on last week’s episode.  I’d just like to point to one thing:

As guessed, I thought this episode was boring. I did enjoy some parts, but not the majority of the episode. I *chuckled* at the joggers from fat camp, and that’s basically it.

That would’ve been my reaction to the fat camp kids if my mind hadn’t instantly flashed on a nearly identical setup from The Critic that involved “Exorcism Camp” and was far funnier.  You can see the video here

26
Oct
09

Quote of the Day

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“But what to do with poor Hugo? Too crazy for Boys Town, too much of a boy for Crazy Town. The child was an outcast. So, we did the only humane thing.” – Dr. Hibbert

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“We chained Hugo up in the attic like an animal and fed him a bucket of fish heads once a week.” – Homer Simpson

“It’s saved our marriage!” – Marge Simpson

22
Oct
09

Quote of the Day

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“Abortions for all.” – Senator Kang Bob Dole

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“Boo!” – Crowd

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“Very well, no abortions for anyone.” – Senator Kang Bob Dole

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“Boo!” – Crowd

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“Hmm… abortions for some, miniature American flags for others!” – Senator Kang Bob Dole

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“Yay!” – Crowd

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21
Oct
09

Quote of the Day

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“No more questions. I work my butt off to feed you four kids and all you do is… what?” – Homer Simpson
“Three. We have three kids, Homer.” – Marge Simpson
“Yeah, three nosy kids. And you know what happens to nosy kids who ask too many questions?” – Homer Simpson
“No, what happens does something to nosy kids who ask questions what happens tell us huh dad.” – Bart and Lisa Simpson, indistinct

08
Oct
09

Quote of the Day

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Image used under Creative Commons license from Flicker user 1yen.

“Oh boy, mold! That’s science fair pay dirt.” – Lisa Simpson

15
Mar
09

Loss for Words

“Oh no!  Aliens, bio duplication, nude conspiracies, oh my god, Lyndon LaRouche was right!” – Homer Simpson
I am at a loss for a way to criticize tonight’s Zombie Simpsons.  It was so incoherent, random and boring that the only way to address it on its own level would be for me to drag my knuckles across the keyboard in a random pattern.  So that’s exactly what I’m going to do.  
About the rats, the poison, the car crash and the rowboat:
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Then there was the ancient mystical convent, the time wasting clock scene, Marge spoon feeding Homer’s hand, the endless exposition and Bart’s saxophone solo:
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Finally, we come to the clock tower scene, the giant sign scene, the helicopter ride and the rainbows that shot out of Maggie’s head for some reason:
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Ahhh, that was cathartic.  Could anyone else make anything out of that?  Or have we crossed a line into something so totally disconnected from reality and thought that it’s simply beyond our ability to digest?  



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