Marge: [thinking] Oh, we've got a winning hand, we can take the rest of the tricks.
[camera pans higher up] [thinking] Oh, we'd better be careful....
Tom Kite: Now, you don't want to overthink. Home
Not an issue. Tom Kite: Keep your head down. Home...
Marge, did you know that Kennedy and Lincoln had the same handicap?
-- Homer reads a book about golf, "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield...
Marge: Homer, please. I have to alter this suit so it looks different for tomorrow.
Homer: [yawns] Just slap some bumper stickers on it and come to bed, will you, Marge?...
Rauberta: Love your outfit, Marge. The vest says "Let's have lunch", but the culottes say "You're paying".
-- At the country club, "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield...
Mom, look, I found something more fun than complaining!
-- Lisa rides the pony at the country club, "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield...
Don't worry, Marge. [Susan's] idea of wit is nothing more than an incisive observation humorously phrased and delivered with impeccable timing.
-- Evelyn, "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Sp...
Burns: Who is that lavatory linksman, Smithers? Smithe
Homer Simpson, sir. One of the fork and spoon operators from sector 7-G....
Oh, this game could mean big things for me, Marge. If I beat Mr.
Burns, I mean really wallop him bad, I'm sure to get that big raise I've been gunning for!...
Marge: All right, all right, but if you win, don't make a scene and dance around with your "woo-hoo"s, please!
We can't afford a single slipup. They're judging us. [Homer kisses Marge...