Bart: Dad, I Know You're Discouraged, But Please Don't Deny The World Your Fat Can.
Bart: Dad, I know you're discouraged, but please don't deny the world
your fat can.
Homer: Don't worry, boy, he'll be ready for your Aunt Selma's birthday.
Lisa: I knew it.
-- So much for _that_ promise, "Rosebud"
Marge: Selma! You're back from your date already? Selma
Yeah. I was so upset I ate a jar of expired olives....
Bart: Please, Dad. Homer: No. Bart: Please, Dad. Home
No. Bart: Please, Dad. Homer: No. Bart: Please, Dad....
Jacques: First, you must get to know your lane. Feel the slickness, feel the slippery finish.
Caresses it, experience it. Quite smooth, isn't it?...
Marge: Kids, your father and I are going through a really tough time right now, and I don't know what's going to happen.
But just remember both your Mom and your Dad love you very, very much....
Homer: Boy, I know you're going to like your present.
Bart: [it's a hand-held gizmo with three buttons] [Bart presses each button a few times] Toy...
Lisa: [on the phone] Dad, I broke my last saxophone reed, and I need you to get me a new one.
Homer: Uh, isn't this the kind of thing your mother's better at?...
Lisa: I don't see how you can support Proposition 24, Dad.
Homer: Open your eyes, Lisa! Our schools are so jam-packed with immigrants, people like Bart have lost the will to learn!...
Lisa: Dad, what's a muppet? Homer: Well, it's not quite a mop, and it's not quite a puppet, but man.
.. [laughs] So to answer your question I don't know....
Lisa: Good-bye, Aunt Gladys. I wish I had taken some time to get to know you better.
Bart: [from behind the coffin] [raspy] Don't worry about it....