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Regarding Margie
Chalmers: Skinner, you've got to deal with these kooks.
Skinner: Don't worry, I have a plan: pretend I agree with them.
Chalmers: Well, you'd better hurry. (pointing to his car) Look what they've done to your car.
Skinner: No, that's how its always looks.
Chalmers: Oh, how sad.

Skinner: Today, we celebrate the first of many, many, many, many diversity forums. Why is it that women 'appear' to be worse at math than men? What is the source of this 'illusion' or as I call it, the biggest lie ever told.
Lindsey Naegle: You're a worse version of Hitler!
Skinner: Please believe me. I-I understand the problem of women. (he moves from behind the podium revealing he's wearing a purple dress and purple heels) See. (the audience gasps)
Nelson: Haw, haw! The principal's a tranny.
Skinner: Am I wearing women's clothes? I didn't notice. When I look in my closet, I don't see male clothes or female clothes. They're all the same.
Edna Krabappel: Are you saying that men and women are identical?
Skinner: Oh, no, of course not! Women are unique in every way.
Lindsey Naegle: Now he's saying men and women aren't equal!
Skinner: No, no, no! It's the differences, of which there are none, that make the sameness... exceptional! Just tell me what to say! (he starts to breathe heavily then pass out)
Chalmers: Oh dear. Um, attention students. Due to nervous exhaustion and diarrhea of the mouth... (the students start laughing) Yes, yes, yes. I said diarrhea.

Lisa: You'd do that for me? That's so sweet! (hugs him)
Bart: (pushes her away) You're a boy. Nothing is sweet. (steps on her foot)
Lisa: Ow! That hurt!
Bart: Sweet.

Lisa: Principal Skinner?
Skinner: That's Groundskeeper Skinner now.
Willie: Assistant Groundskeeper, ya moron!

Ralph: I got hit by Boy Lisa and Girl Lisa!

Ralph: (covered in ants) These dots are itchy!

Cat: (singing to the Lion King's Circle of Life) In the circle, the circle of-
Itchy: (Spoken) Knife! (cuts puppet's arms and legs and red streamers fly out)

(Lisa thinks of math, as they speak to her)
Greater-than-or-equal-to sign (≥): Do it Lisa! You'll be greater than or equal to boys.
Number eight: Even though you're only eight (flips over to side to become infinity sign), your possibilities are infinite.
Number Twenty-Seven: Twenty-seven!

Lisa: Mmm.
Mister Peirce: Everyone take out your math books, come on. Now, how many different numbers can Y be?
Lisa: That's easy, just one. The number five.
Peirce: Wrong. There are two possible solutions, five and negative five.
Lisa: Oh, my God, I was wrong! And by being corrected, I learned! And no one cared about my feelings!
Lisa: What are you drawing?
Nelson: A robot with guns for arms shooting a plane made of guns that fires guns.
Bart: The only reason Lisa won is because she learned to think like a boy! I turned her into a burping, farting, bullying, math machine!
Lisa: That's a lie!
Lisa: I always thought that boys had it easier. But now I see their world is more cruel and sadistic than lever imagined.
Boys: Chair fight!
Lisa: I guess the real reason we don't see many women in math and science is...
Teachers: Would you hurry it up, please? You're cutting into the award for best flutist!
Lisa: Well, whatever the answer is, I'm glad I'm a girl, and I'm glad I'm good at math.

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