I just saw tonight's episode and saw that the truck of bacon was called "Johnny Bench's Pre-cooked Bacon". I know who Johnny Bench is, but is there any joke in him selling pre-cooked bacon?
They're making fun of Walken's bizarre way of speech, he tends to repeat himself.
Cauldron said:In "The Day The Violence Died," can someone please explain the legal terms "working on contingency" and "no money down," the opposite of the way Lionel Hutz operates.
in the episode where they go to australia, when OFF beats a retreat to the american embassy and jumps on a chopper, two marines are folding a flag, and they eat the flag. what is that? i guess it's just surrealism for surrealism's sake, but...?
I think this appered after Lisa said something along the lines of "Why do these idiots think everyone wants to see their stupid names?"Dennis said:In "Alone Again Naturadidilly", when they see the carvings in the tree and then suddenly the words "Written by Ian Maxtone-Graham" appear, I don't understand that.
I think what she sings is "Morals and ethics and carnal forbearance-" The the bulldozer crashes into the house.
I don't think it's a parody of any real song or anything like that, she's just making up her own song to compete with the fever caused by "Spring in Springfield".
Pipian said:What was so funny about Woody allen and japan?
Simpsonian said:What's up with East St. Louis? In one episode Homer says "I'd like to plan a trip to St. Louis" and someone replies "Is that East StL?" and Homer says "Is there any other StL?"
But in another episode, I believe it is rated as the only city worse than Springfield. Therfore I'm wondering, whats going on?
Screamapillar said:What is meant by Kang and Kodos' line about "The island looks like our number 4" in THOH 13?
(Sorry if that's been asked before)