Bart Gets an Elephant
Burns' Heir
Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song
Nelson: Give me your fortune or I'll pound your withered old face in!
Mr. Burns: Ooh, I like his energy. Put him on the callback list.
Martin: [Singing] Clang, clang, clang went the trolley. Ring, ring, ring went the bell. Zing, zing, sing went my heartstrings...
[Nelson punches Martin in stomach]
Martin: OW!
Mr. Burns: Thank you. Give the bully an extra point.

[A deprogrammer has just finished forcing 'Bart' into forgetting Mr Burns and coming back to the Simpson family]
Deprogrammer: Well, it was a grueling two weeks, but you have your son back.
[Hans Moleman walks out]
Hans Moleman: Mom, Dad, I missed you.
Homer: [sighing with relief Homer kisses Hans Moleman on the head]
Marge: Homer, that's Hans Moleman.
Homer: Can I keep him anyway, huh, huh?

[Mr. Burns attempts to prove to Bart that his family does not love him, and shows him a scripted version of a false Simpsons residence]
Homer actor: [voice unlike Homer's] I do not miss Bart at all.
Marge actress: I am glad he's gone.
Lisa actor: As am I.
[Homer actor drops his sandwich]
Homer Actor: B'oh!
Bart: It's probably my imagination, but, something about them doesn't seem quite right.
Mr. Burns: Really? Excuse me for just a moment. [walks into a secret room where the actors are] People, that was all wrong! Homer Simpson doesn't say "B'oh!", he says [goes through script] "D'oh!"
Homer Actor: Sorry M.B., but I'm having trouble with this character. Is he supposed to have some kind of a neurological impairment, like Rain Man or Awakenings? I mean, what the hell am I doing here?!
Marge actress: And this dialog has none of the wit and sparkle of Murphy Brown.
Lisa actor: Hey, you know we're about getting into golden time.
Mr. Burns: Yes. Well just get it right, or you'll all be back doing Come Blow Your Horn at the Westport Dinner Theatre.

[Bart and Lisa are dejected after failing at their auditions to become Mr. Burns' heir]
Marge: (to Homer) I think Bart and Lisa are feeling a little upset right now. Isn't there something you'd like to say?
Homer: There sure is. Kids, you tried your best, and you failed miserably. The lesson is, "Never Try.

Lionel Hutz: As for your case, don't you worry. I've argued in front of every judge in the state, often as a lawyer.

Homer ActorDuh-Oh!

(After the THX Screen)
Abe: Turn it up! TURN IT UP!

Milhouse: I have nothing to offer you but my love.
Mr. Burns: I specifically said, no geeks!
Milhouse: But my mom says I'm cool...

Bart: (reading Homer's written cue cards) Hello, Mr... Kurns. I bad want... money now. Me sick.
Homer: Oooh, he card-reads good.
Bart: So pick please me, Mr. Burns.
Homer: It's Kurns, stupid!
Marge: No, it's not.
Homer: (to Bart) Disregard.

Lenny: (pleading for his job without using the letter "e") I'm a good work... guy...
Mr. Burns: You're fired, Leonard.
Lenny: But I didn't say...
Mr. Burns: You will (pulls trap door lever).
Lenny: (falls and screams)

Bart: And I had the greatest time! Mr. Burns' house has everything: a hedge-maze, a moat, bleached hardwood floors, and a bottomless pit.
Lisa: It couldn't possibly be bottomless.
Bart: Well, for all intents and purposes.

Marge: [to Chief Wiggum] I'm very concerned. Mr. Burns has stolen our son and he won't give him back!
Chief Wiggum: Oh, for gosh g... can't you people solve these problems yourselves? I mean, we can't be, er, "policing" the whole city.

Deprogrammer: Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, your son has clearly been brainwashed by the evil and charismatic Mr. Burns.
Marge: Are you sure you can get him back for us?
Deprogrammer: Absolutely. I'm the one who successfully deprogrammed Jane Fonda, you know.
Marge: What about Peter Fonda?
Deprogrammer: Oh, that was a heartbreaker. But I did get Paul McCartney out of Wings.
Homer: You idiot! He was the most talented one.

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