Left Behind
Throw Grampa from the Dane
Flanders' Ladder
Dr. Nick: Hi, Medicare! I mean, hi, every-money!
Grampa: Can I speak with the doctor alone?
Dr. Nick: Of course. Oh, wait, I'm the doctor. That's why I wear the heart listening tube.
Ba-boom, ba-boom. That never gets old.

Prince Christian: I play the tenor sax.
Lisa: (thinking) Oh, no, here it comes. The fantasy about becoming a princess that no girl can resist.

Homer: Tubby or not tubby, that is the question.
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to gobble the wings and nachos of outrageous portions, or just eat fish and end them.
Ay, there's the rub brisket rub, Memphis rub.
Oh, the rubs I'll miss when I have shuffled off from Buffalo, Mozzarella, No.
I'm an American, and we've got to get back to America, the greatest country on Earth, 1917 to 2016.

Homer: I'm a married man. I'm a married man!

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