Homer: [when he goes careening off the bridge] AHHHH!WHY DID I BRING THE BABY AND THE DOG TO THE POISON STORRRRREEEE?
Kent Brockman: Today, Springfield will experience a rare total eclipse of the sun. A solar eclipse is like a woman breast-feeding in a restaurant. It's free, it's beautiful, but under no circumstances should you look at it. We recommend using a homemade "camera obscura", fashioned from an ordinary shoebox and paper towel tube. (reaches under his desk and pulls out an unmade camera obscura) (fuming) This... was supposed to be pre-made. Fine, I'll do it myself. Where's the end of the frickin' tape?! Forget it! We'll do it next week!
Cameraman: (off-screen) The eclipse is today.
Kent Brockman: (shouting) There's an eclipse when I say there's an eclipse!
Homer: [to Maggie when he places her on the steps of a convent] Now I need to leave you where you'll be safe: Under the watchful eyes of God. And I'll be watching you too, in case God's busy making tornadoes or not existing.
Nun: (singing to a group of babies) If you're happy and you know it, that's a sin! If you're happy and you know it, that's a sin!
Mr. Burns: Well well, if it isn't the Tardy Boys and Nancy Clueless!