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Homer the Whopper
Nurse: We're out of English forms. You'll have to fill in a Norwegian one.
Marge: Oh! I can't read this sloopy-blooby writing!

Homer: Why you little! I'll kill you! (Runs into a Report Child Abuse Sign)
Mayor Quimby: That's it-- we'll build a fence.
CROWD: (chanting) Fence! Fence! Fence! Fence!

Homer: Eh, maybe you're right. I do have a history of going up on roofs and waking up in hospitals.

Marge: Homie, I don't think we should build a fence. Haven't we always taught the children to make friends with those who are a little different?
Lisa: Yes.
Bart: Yeah.
Maggie: Ja!
(Marge gasps)
Maggie: Ja! Ja!
Marge: Maggie's first words are Odgenvillese!
Homer: Now you see Marge. Now you see why we must build that fence!
Marge: Build it, Homie! Make it as tall as the sky and deeper than Hell!
Maggie: Ja! Ja!

Homer: Men, our negative energy has been harnessed to help keep Springfield's borders secure from Ogdenvillians. But first, our group needs a name that evokes America's proud history of citizens rising up to defend our way of life.
Cletus: The Klan?
Homer: Well, there are no bad ideas, but let's keep trying.
Cletus: The Nazis?
Homer: Okay, you stop trying.

Homer: I share your xylophobia!
Lisa: No, Dad, you mean "xenophobia". Xylophobia would be the fear of xylophones.
Homer: I *am* afraid of xylophones. It's the music you hear when skeletons are dancing!

Ron Rabinowitz: It turns out the Krustyburger is the most unhealthy fast food item ever.
Krusty the Clown: Even worse than the Double Krustyburger?
Ron Rabinowitz: Somehow yes.

Homer: (eating a Mother Nature Burger) I'm saving the planet! Where's my Nobel Prize?

Milhouse: Minnesota Vikings apparel? This is Tennessee Titans territory!

Marge: Look, Maggie. We have a nanny, just like Joe Piscopo and Ethan Hawke left their wives for.

Marge: You lost your job?
Homer: It's not my fault! Those barleyjacks filled me up with their liqueurs and liquors, but mostly the liqueurs.

Kent Brockman: So. you're guaranteeing it's safe to eat Ogdenville barley once more?
Ogdenville farmer: Well, where there's barley, there's rats, you know? Now, when will you be starting the interview?
Kent Brockman: That just went out live.
Ogdenville farmer: Well, then we're screwed.

Superintendent Chalmers: (weakly) Skinner! If I die, I want you to take over...
Principal Skinner: (pleasantly surprised) Really?
Superintendent Chalmers: ...the search committee for a new superintendent.
Principal Skinner: (shakes head dejectedly) Mmm...
Superintendent Chalmers: Just hold my head and say soothing things. (lies down with head on Principal Skinner's leg)
Principal Skinner: Third grade math scores are holding steady. (rubs Superintendent Chalmers' head)
Superintendent Chalmers: (contentedly) Aah, yes.

Bart: Dad, are you sure you can put in these new rain gutters all by yourself?
Homer: Yeah, maybe you're right. I do have a bad history of going up on roofs and waking up in hospitals.

Bart: Mom says I can have ice cream for breakfast. Oh, she's still here. Mom, can I have ice cream for breakfast?
Marge: No way, mister! It's just chocolate chip pancakes and syrup for you.

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