Goodman: Now, who knows how the Skinners could have resolved this
[everyone puts their hands up]
Without resorting to violence.
[all hands but one descend]
Or childish name-calling.
[the last hand comes down] Anybody? [nope] OK. That's OK,
because making a happy home isn't like flipping on a light
Cletus: Duh, light switch?
Goodman: There are a lot of little tricks to it, things you should have
learned a long time ago. Such as, if you leave milk out, it
can go sour. Put it in the refrigerator, or, failing that, a
cool wet sack.
And put your garbage in a garbage can, people. I can't stress
that enough. Don't just throw it out the window.
Marge: This is so humiliating.
Homer: [writing furiously] "Garbage in garbage can"...hmm, makes
-- Homer, note-taker,
"Home Sweet Home-Diddily-Dum-Doodily"