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Paul Lynde

Hurry, Charley! There is not much time. — Rainier Wolfcastle I ain’t goin’ nowhere. I been in this square for near thirty seasons, and I ain’t a’leavin’ now! — Charley Weaver, “Krusty Gets Kancelled” The immobility of Springfield Squares contestant … Continue reading

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Where’s The Beef?

No wonder he won Minnesota. — Homer, “Lisa’s First Word” With the presidential debates lurking around the corner like some drug-addled maniac, why not take a trip back in time to the whirlwind that was the 1984 Democratic primaries? Take … Continue reading

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The Camel T-Zone

Only Duff fills your Q-zone with pure beer goodness. — Doctor guy, “Duffless” Ignoring what “Q” would stand for in the above advert, let us turn instead to the stimulating vapors given off by a cool Camel. Right … here! … Continue reading

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Ed McMahon Whacked Out On Wowee Sauce

Everyone’s always kissing your ass. — Sideshow Mel, “I Love Lisa” Though Publishers Clearing House administrator and Carson sidekick Ed McMahon’s love for alcohol was no great secret in the showbiz circuit, it didn’t rear its head so forcefully as … Continue reading

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Volkswagen

You wrecked Hitler’s car! What did he ever do to you? — Nelson, “Bart Carny” While it wouldn’t be entirely accurate to call Volkswagen the automaker that Hitler built*, you may have noticed that this isn’t exactly the AP. The … Continue reading

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Ben Casey

For an extra $20, I’ll give Homer a tick bath and spay him. — Veterinarian, “So It’s Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show” The hunky, hirsute veterinarian who appears in the first Simpsons clip show (and previously in Dog … Continue reading

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Holiday Throwaway: Favorite One-Offs

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The story of how two brothers and five other men parlayed a small business loan into a thriving paper goods concern is a long and interesting one … and here it is. — Box factory manager, “Bart Gets Famous” Happy … Continue reading

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