Lisa: I Can't Leave Springfield! I Was Born Here And I Thought I Would Die Here!
Lisa: I can't leave Springfield!
I was born here and I thought I would die here!
Homer: It won't be so bad. You'll die someplace else.
-- On moving to Capital City, "Dancin' Homer"
Ned: I don't know how to say this, but uh... Home
Oh, knock it off, Flanders; don't start blubbering on me....
Goof: What exactly do you have planned for us? Home
Well, I get up and dance, and I spell out the name of the city, all to the tune of `Baby Elephant Walk'....
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?...
We're simple people with simple values. Capital City is too big and too complex.
Everyone in Springfield knows us and has forgiven us....
Jimbo: Looks like he took a pretty bad spill. Nelso
[pokes him with a stick] Well, as long as he's hurt....
Abe: And to my son Homer -- Homer: Woo-hoo! Abe: -- and his entire family -- Home
D'oh! Abe: -- I leave these: a box of mint-condition 1918 liberty-head silver dollars....
Marge: [writing] "Dear Mr. Sherman, on behalf of the people of Springfield I would like to invite you to judge our film festival.
[cut to Jay reading the letter in New York] You can stay with us, and enjoy the sights and sounds of the country....
Whatever doesn't kill me can only make me stronger!
Smithers: Simpson, what are you doing here? Why aren't you at work?
Homer: I made a bad mistake and Lenny sent me home to think about what I did....