Lionel Hutz: Well, Your Honor, we've got plenty of hearsay and conjecture. Those are kinds of evidence.
Roger Myers, Jr.: I hope you're happy, kid. The studio's bankrupt. You just killed Itchy & Scratchy. (shuts down the Itchy & Scatchy headquaters)
Lisa: Mom, there's a weird smell and a lot of cursing coming from the basement and Dad's upstairs!
Marge: What are you gonna do with all your money, Mr.
Chester J. Lampwick: Well, first off, here's your thousand dollars back for hiring that lawyer, and $750 for the drawing, and here's a couple of bucks for your trouble.
Homer: Whoo-hoo! Look, Marge! A couple of bucks!
Chester J. Lampwick: As for the rest of it, I'm gonna buy the one thing I've been dreaming of all the years I spent in the gutter: a solid gold house.
Bart: Roger Myers Jr.'s in charge of the studio now. He's a good man. Every Christmas he goes down to the pound and rescues one cat and one mouse and gives them to a hungry family.
Chester J. Lampwick: I don't need any more money. I'm not greedy. As long as I've got my health, and my millions of dollars, and my gold house, and my rocket car, I don't need anything else.
Bart: How come I've never seen that Itchy & Scratchy before?
Comic Book Guy: Perhaps because you are a prepubescent ignoramus. This is a bootleg copy of Itchy & Scratchy Meet Fritz the Cat. Because of its frank depiction of sex and narcotic consumption it is not for infantile intellects such as yours. Now toodle-oo.
Bart: I'll give you 10 bucks for that.
Comic Book Guy: Are you the creator of Hi and Lois? Because you are making me laugh.
Lisa: So it's true. Some cartoons do encourage violence. (punches Bart)