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The Circus Line couch gag is the ninth couch gag of Season 4. It is the first elongated couch gag made for The Simpsons, and the most often used gag in the show.

Plot

The Simpson family get up off the couch and form a line with some dancers. The wall behind the couch moves away. This reveals a lot of other circus acts such as elephants, jugglers, magicians, trapeze artists and Santa's Little Helper walking on two legs.

Character Appearances

Behind the Laughter

  • This is the most commonly used elongated couch gag. It was first used to make up for shorter episodes.
  • The music is used in the Springfield area at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Florida.
  • This couch gag was stretched out to use in episodes for nearly ten seasons.

Appearances

Gallery


⇐ Season 3 Season 4 couch gags Season 5 ⇒
The Flintstones couch gagMonster Couch couch gagRevolving Wall couch gagOff-Film couch gagSkeleton Family couch gagBalloon Couch couch gagMismatched Heads couch gagSmall Chair couch gagCircus Line couch gagShrunken Family couch gagCitizens of Springfield couch gagNet Trap couch gag
⇐ Season 3 Re-used couch gags Season 5 ⇒
Falling Couch couch gagRevolving Wall couch gagCircus Line couch gagOff-Film couch gagMonster Couch couch gagMismatched Heads couch gagSmall Chair couch gagShrunken Family couch gagNet Trap couch gag
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