BG: Lisa, I sure am glad you dropped by. You're the first visitor
Lisa: What about your family?
BG: I don't really have a family. All I had was a little brother
who grew up to become a doctor. He used to laugh at the most
Hibbert: [chuckling] Hey, I've got an older brother that I'll never see.
He's a jazz musician or some such. Oh well, bye bye. [walks
Lisa: It must be awful to be all alone in the world.
BG: Well, I always had my music. I learned at the feet of Blind
[flash to younger BG in a bar]
Willie: I've been playing jazz for thirty years and I just can't make a
go of it. I want you to have my saxophone.
BG: This isn't a saxophone, it's an umbrella!
Willie: So I've been playing a umbrella for thirty years? Why didn't
anybody tell me?
BG: Heh, we all thought it was funny. [chuckles]
Willie: That's not funny.
-- Differing senses of humor, "'Round Springfield"