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2.02 - Simpson and Delilah

simpsonsrewind:

"Okay, I’m not going to kill you, but I’m going to tell you three things that are going to haunt you for the rest of your days. You’ve ruined your father, you’ve crippled your family, and baldness is hereditary.” -Homer

indecisive-days:

Deep Deep Trouble - Bart Simpson

Who else remembers this CLASSIC

God, I used to have this CD.

sitcomfamily:

"Don’t touch me! Nothing gives you that right!"

sitcomfamily:

"Don’t touch me! Nothing gives you that right!"

lifted-nevermore:

How do you gey cradle rash when you sleep in a suitcase?

sitcomfamily:

Breaker! Breaker! Looks like we got us a 10-38

sitcomfamily:

Breaker! Breaker! Looks like we got us a 10-38

Earl Warren

citationneeded:

In the 1992 Simpsons episode “Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie”, Marge frets over Bart's poor behavior and lack of self-discipline, to the point that she imagines a future adult version of him as an overweight, slovenly, male stripper, instead of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, which she had previously hoped for. When she then urges her husband Homer to subsequently punish their ten-year-old boy, his initial reluctance to do so prompts her to ask, “Do you want your son to become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, or a sleazy male stripper?”, to which Homer responds, “Can’t he be both, like the late Earl Warren?” When Marge corrects him by saying, “Earl Warren wasn’t a stripper!”, Homer replies dismissively, “Now who’s being naïve?” [78]

Link (thanks, Idris!)

 

Groening’s original plan for Marge’s hair was that it would conceal large, Life in Hell-esque rabbit ears. The gag was intended to be revealed in the final episode of the series, but was scrapped early on due to inconsistencies, and also to the fact that rabbit ears would be too fictitious even for The Simpsons. The ears can be seen in a few sprites from The Simpsons arcade game released in 1991.

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