Monthly Archives: September 2011

Rainbow Man

This isn’t fair! How can you tell who’s sane and who’s insane? — Homer Well, we have a very simple method: whoever has that stamp on his hand is insane. — Doctor guy, “Stark Raving Dad” Rollen Stewart, a/k/a “Rainbow … Continue reading

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Phillie Phanatic

Hello, Dancin’ Homer, glad to have you aboard. If there’s anything I can do for you, just squeeze the wheeze. — Capital City Goofball, “Dancin’ Homer” The universally beloved Phillie Phanatic was called up in 1978 to spread joy and … Continue reading

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Regional Bozos

At this rate, you’ll be broke in a month. The only thing left to do is open a clown college and train some regional Krustys. — Bill (Krusty’s accountant) You mean like that bozo, Bonko the Clown? — Krusty, “Homie … Continue reading

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Singapore Caning Incident

You sold us out, Conover! — Homer, “Bart vs. Australia” A pimply punk named Michael P. Fay briefly shot to notoriety in 1994 after being sentenced by the Singapore government to six strokes of the cane on his bare buttocks. … Continue reading

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Blind Tiger

Listen, rummy, I’m gonna say it plain and simple: Where’d you pinch the hooch? Is some blind tiger jerking suds on the side? — Rex Banner, “Homer vs. The Eighteenth Amendment” The Internet is as yet letting me down on … Continue reading

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My Ding-A-Ling

This act is over! — Principal Skinner, “Lisa’s Pony” Chuck Berry’s sole number one hit in the U.S., My Ding-A-Ling is the story of an American guitarist and his tool. Filled to the brim with double entendre, the song does … Continue reading

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The Seven Year Itch

Go to hell, you old bastard. — C.J. Ramone, “Rosebud” First off: take a good, hard look at the Burns shot for twenty seconds or so. Truly unsettling—good job, animators. The iconic Marilyn Monroe-subway grate scene comes from The Seven … Continue reading

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