It's just a funny reference to typical yearbook quotes like "See you in September!" or "See you at camp this summer!"... Instead, since Milhouse just signed it, he writes "See you in the car!"... it's also a joke about how much of a dork he is.
Cauldron said:I'm probably so stupid, but why is Mr Burns' line "Smithers, there's a rocket in my pocket" so funny?
Joe said:when comic book guy is in bed with agness skinner, eddie starts throwing up and lou says, "don't worry man, it doesn't effect you, you're not human"
The actual line was "IF it doesn't affect you, you're not human". So since it clearly affected Eddie, Lou says that it's human nature to become extremely disgusted at the sight of CBG gettin it on.
Lawnboy said:When Marge gets a job at the power plant, Burns says he wants Al Jolson...but he was "dead"...I know Al Jolson is from the Jazzmaster which was the first movie with sound but I don't get the joke?
Mr. Broom said:"The H.M.S. Pinafore" is a Gilbert & Sullivan musical. Incidentally, in that same episode ("Cape Feare"), the Simpsons sing along to a song from "The Mikado", another Gilbert & Sullivan musical: "Three little maids from school are we..." I have lots of friends who act in musicals, so it rubs off.
What peterjmatt said. Gilbert and Sullivan were British playwrights, not American. Also notice the English flag drops behind Sideshow Bob when he finishes singing the whole Pinafore.EvilCowGod said:But why would an American Ship have the H.M.S part at the front of it? H.M.S and H.M.A.S is used for ships and other Naval machines used by countries belonging to the Monarchy of Britain. Since the War of Independence the USA has not been connected in that way.
Kind of odd if you get what I mean.
Note: HMS stands for Her Majestys Ship and HMAS stands for Her Majestys Australian Ship.
brooke2003 said:Whats the deal with the Christopher Walken, "schooch closer children don't make me tell you again about the schooching, You in the red chop chop" joke in Insane Clown Poppy?