Bart: Ah, it's a composite character. Your dad, my dad, a little of Maggie's dad...
Lisa: No, it's just Dad.
[At the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in the cartoon]
Angry Dad: This job sure is easy. Now to press this button.
[He presses a red button and the cooling towers explode in a giant cloud]
Angry Dad: NOT AGAIN!!!!
[A cartoon version of Mr. Burns shows up]
Cartoon Mr. Burns: [Voiced by Bart in a deeper voice] Angry Dad, you're fired.
[Angry Dad's head soon explodes and shows a similar cloud]
[Witnessing the rampaging Homer being held down by the police]
Stan Lee: He can't be the Hulk! I'm the Hulk! (growls and tears up his shirt in an attempt to "Hulk out")
[Comic Book Guy comes out of the shop, embarrassed at Stan]
Comic Book Guy: Oh, please. You couldn't even change into Bill Bixby.
Stan Lee: Come on, dammit, change! (strains some more) Ah, forget it. (strains a little more, before giving up, dejected) I really did it once!
Comic Book Guy: Yes, yes. I just wish you had the power to leave my store.
[Comic Book Guy takes Stan back inside; Stan grunts one more time]
Comic Book Guy: Almost had it there.
[Homer is recuperating from his rampage at the hospital]
Marge: (angrily) Bart, your prank cost $10 million in damages!
Bart: (dejected) I know, I'm sorry.
Hibbert: Sorry for what? Saving your father's life? (the Simpsons family are confused) It's true. (shows the boils on Homer's neck) You see, these boils on Homer's neck are pent-up rage. If Bart's trap hadn't set him off, the anger would've overwhelmed his nervous system.
Marge: You mean I shouldn't punish Bart at all?
Hibbert: Why, if anything.... he should punish you.