Ned: I Don't Know How To Say This, But Uh... Home
Ned: I don't know how to say this, but uh...
Homer: Oh, knock it off, Flanders; don't start blubbering on me.
I'll miss you too.... [aside] not.
-- Homer prepares to move to Capital City,
Homer: Hey! What's up for today, Neddy? Ned: Uh, er, Homer, we're gonna visit the boys' grandmother.
Family only, you know? Homer: Right! No reporters....
Ned: Oh, I guess it's time for me to duck again. Home
No! I want everyone to know that -- [yells] this is Ned Flanders, my friend!...
Homer: God, if you really are God, you'll get me tickets to that game.
[doorbell rings] Ned: Heidely-ho, neighbor....
Ned: Bless the grocer for this wonderful meat, the middlemen who jacked up the price, and let's not forget the humane but determined boys over at the slaughterhouse.
[Homer appears at the window] Homer: Hiya....
Bart: Wow, Dad, you took a baptismal for me. How do you feel?
Homer: [reverently] Oh, Bartholomew, I feel like St....
We're simple people with simple values. Capital City is too big and too complex.
Everyone in Springfield knows us and has forgiven us....
Whatever doesn't kill me can only make me stronger!
Homer rings Ned's doorbell] Marge: [calling from window] Homer?
Homer: Huh? Marge: Are you planning to hit Ned Flanders with that pipe and take his tickets?...
Tex: Why don't you talk it over with your family?
Homer: Because they might say no....