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{{Quote|If you're so sure what it ain't, how 'bout telling us what it am?|Moe, to Lisa}}{{Quote|Speaking from a strictly medical point of view…''that ain't right.'|Dr. Hibbert}}
 
{{Quote|If you're so sure what it ain't, how 'bout telling us what it am?|Moe, to Lisa}}{{Quote|Speaking from a strictly medical point of view…''that ain't right.'|Dr. Hibbert}}
The '''Angel Skeleton''' (aka the '''Springfield Angel''')<ref name=guide>''[[The Simpsons Guide to Springfield]]''</ref> was a supposed skeleton of an angel that was excavated by [[Lisa]] at [[Sabertooth Meadow]], the soon-to-be sight of the new [[Heavenly Hills Mall]].
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The '''Angel Skeleton''' (aka the '''Springfield Angel''')<ref name=guide>''[[The Simpsons Guide to Springfield]]''</ref> was a supposed skeleton of an angel that was excavated by [[Lisa]] at [[Sabertooth Meadow]], the soon-to-be sight of a new [[Heavenly Hills Mall|mall]].
   
 
The skeleton created a scandal in the town, and sparked age-old debates of science vs. religion.
 
The skeleton created a scandal in the town, and sparked age-old debates of science vs. religion.

Revision as of 22:53, October 27, 2010

Angel skeleton
If you're so sure what it ain't, how 'bout telling us what it am?
―Moe, to Lisa
Speaking from a strictly medical point of view…that ain't right.
―Dr. Hibbert

The Angel Skeleton (aka the Springfield Angel)[1] was a supposed skeleton of an angel that was excavated by Lisa at Sabertooth Meadow, the soon-to-be sight of a new mall.

The skeleton created a scandal in the town, and sparked age-old debates of science vs. religion.

Appearances

References

  1. The Simpsons Guide to Springfield
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