Krusty sails out of view] Lisa: What about the great feeling you get from knowing you're better than regular people?
Bart: What about being an illiterate clown who's still more respected ...
Bart: So, Krusty, what are you gonna do about your tax problems?
Krusty: Don't sweat it. The life of Rory B. Bellows is insured for a surprisingly large amount....
I hope they show the time where they traded guns to the Indians for corn, and then the Indians shot them and took the corn.
-- Bart watches "Young Jebediah Springfield", "Lisa the Iconocla...
Jebediah: [on film] A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man.
Edna: Embiggens? I never heard that word before I moved to Springfield Ms....
Skinner: Now, as you all know, Springfield's 200th birthday is only a week away.
Lisa: How about town crier? You'd be great at that.
Homer: You think so? Bart: Well, yeah, Dad, you're a big fat loudmouth and you can walk when you have to....
Dangerous river crossings threatened life and limb but helped our founding fathers save on bridge tolls.
-- Voiceover on a mechanized act of the founding of Springfield, "Lisa the Iconocla...
Hurlbut: Sorry if I startled you, but I do love to talk Jebediah, even when I'm drinking my chicory.
Lisa: Hi, I'm Lisa Simpson. I'm researching a report on Jebediah. Hurlbut: Oh, you're...
Homer: You su-diddely-uck, Flanders! [grabs a bell from him] Hear ye, hear ye!
Ye olde town crier proclaimed crappy by all!...
This case holds our most treasured exhibit: objects owned and used by Jebediah [Springfield].
This is his fife, upon which he sounded the sweet note of freedom....