Lisa: [wiping Her Dress] Oh, I Can't Get The Smell Of Slurry Out Of My Clothes.
Lisa: [wiping her dress] Oh, I can't get the smell of slurry out
of my clothes. I was a fool to help that horrible old
Homer: I hope you learned your lesson, Lisa. Never help anyone.
-- "The Old Man and the Lisa"
Burns: You! That troublemaking girl! Lisa: My name is Lisa, Mr.
Burns. Lisa Simpson. Burns: It doesn't matter what your name is, you idiot!...
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?...
Burns: Sir, we've never met before, but my name is Mr.
Burns and I want your daughter to help make me rich again....
Marge: Why don't we invite Mr. Bergstrom to dinner?
Lisa: Oh, Mom! That's wonderful! Can I find out his favorite dish and help you make it?...
Skinner: [to Lisa] The Grand Exulted Leader requests a moment of your time.
[claps hands] Class dismissed! Children: Yay! Hoove...
Lisa: I need help, Mom. There's another girl at school who's smarter, younger, and a better sax player than me.
Ew, I feel so average. Marge: Well, you'll always be number one to me -- Ba...
Homer: [wobbly] Here you go, honey. [drops a can of Duff into a bag] That's about all the recycling *hic* I can handle today.
Lisa: Dad, if you just drink one more I'll have a full bag....
Homer: Come on, Marge, let me in! There's crickets out here.
[Marge opens the door, glares] OK, Marge....
Lisa: Hi, Alison, I'm Lisa Simpson. Oh, it's great to finally meet someone who converses above the normal eight-year-old level.
Alison: Actually, I'm seven. I was just skipped ahead because I was getting bored with the first grade....