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Postby Justinpie on Wed Oct 30, 2002 10:00 am

Here's one that was actually on my radio station today:

In the beginning of "Life's a Glitch and Then You Die," there is a new year's party going on, and a banner on the wall. What does the banner say?
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Postby KathleenJ on Wed Oct 30, 2002 10:28 am

Yup, it was just a gift certificate. No specifics.
1) Two life long dreams - To run out on the field during a baseball game, and to be a contestant on The Gong Show.
2) A pig
3) Aww, I'll call you "Stitchface"
4) A candy dish! Seventy dollars!
5) His dog, the neural disruptor gun from his Big Brother, liquor bottles
And I'll have to get back to you about that one, Justin! I'm not sure I even remember which episode...is it newish?
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6185 on Wed Oct 30, 2002 3:50 pm

justinpie wrote:Here's one that was actually on my radio station today:

In the beginning of "Life's a Glitch and Then You Die," there is a new year's party going on, and a banner on the wall. What does the banner say?


Heh, That episode was on today. I think the banner said "Springfield rocking eve"
incidentally the simpsons also had a poster on their wall that said "2000" then something underneath it (couldn't read it).



I can't think of any new questions so someone else can make some up.
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Postby Justinpie on Wed Oct 30, 2002 4:01 pm

Yup! and below was (apparently) "Resolve to use coasters."

um, what was... the... thing.. ooh! okay. Why were Bill Clinton and Bob Dole holding hands in a THOH episode?
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Postby KathleenJ on Thu Oct 31, 2002 1:19 pm

Exchanging long protein strands. "If you can think of a better way, I'd like to hear it!"
Okay...this trivia spans all the halloween episodes.
Name two Halloween costumes each that Bart and Lisa have worn, and one each for Maggie, Marge, and Homer.
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Postby EteRock on Fri Nov 01, 2002 1:49 am

kathleenJ wrote:Exchanging long protein strands. "If you can think of a better way, I'd like to hear it!"
Okay...this trivia spans all the halloween episodes.
Name two Halloween costumes each that Bart and Lisa have worn, and one each for Maggie, Marge, and Homer.


Ok I'll try this out

Bart: executioner, that guy from Clockwork Orange
Homer: ghost (also Ceaser, "Behold Caeaser is all his glory *riiiiip*)
Marge: bride of frankenstien (also some sort or roman/greek/egyptian goddes)
Lisa: totem pole, statue of liberty
Maggie: witch (I think she might have been a pumpkin once too)


Uh damn it's too late to think of a question right now.


Uh ok, this one also spans all Halloween eps. List 10 tombstones that have appeared, whether during the opening credtis or during the actual segements.
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Postby Justinpie on Fri Nov 01, 2002 7:07 am

I remember Fish Police and the Family Dog.

Trivia: Has anyone realized that Kang and Kodos have only appeared in the Halloween specials? I guess I knew that, but I just considered them more regular characters for some reason.
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Postby EteRock on Fri Nov 01, 2002 11:02 am

justinpie wrote:I remember Fish Police and the Family Dog.

Trivia: Has anyone realized that Kang and Kodos have only appeared in the Halloween specials? I guess I knew that, but I just considered them more regular characters for some reason.



If I remember one of them appeared in Behind the Laughter

They've been in more episodes than Sideshow Bob, although Bob had bigger parts in the episodes he was in.
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Postby KathleenJ on Fri Nov 01, 2002 11:32 pm

More tombstones...
"Walt Disney"
"American Workmanship"
"Bambi's Mom"
"TV Violence"
"Snowball I"
"Amusing Tombstones"
"John Smith, 1882"
"Homer J. Simpson - We are richer for having lost him"
"Walt Whitman"
umm....
Frank Grimes, Maude Flanders and Krusty the Clown?
edit: oops, I strayed out of the Halloween territory into just tombstones in general. Meh.
...
Kang and Kodos appeared in a non-Halloween episode last year, which gets my Worst Episode Ever vote - it was a godawful clip show where Homer was getting roasted at a club for some reason. They weren't in the clips - they actually showed up and interacted with the characters and caused some havoc, which, I dunno, it just shouldn't be. IMO, the only saving grace was the shot of Homer literally jumping a shark at the end.
I really liked that Behind the Laughter episode, tho.
Trivia time: Which one of Kang and Kodos is female?
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Postby EteRock on Sat Nov 02, 2002 9:31 pm

kathleenJ wrote:Kang and Kodos appeared in a non-Halloween episode last year, which gets my Worst Episode Ever vote - it was a godawful clip show where Homer was getting roasted at a club for some reason. They weren't in the clips - they actually showed up and interacted with the characters and caused some havoc, which, I dunno, it just shouldn't be. IMO, the only saving grace was the shot of Homer literally jumping a shark at the end.


Oh I missed that episode. Haven't kept up too well these last two three seasons. But this Sunday they should be airing the "Angry Dad" episode which I liked because of Stan Lee at the end, "Wait I really can turn into the Hulk grrrrrrrrr wait.... give me a minute.... I did it once before really"


I really liked that Behind the Laughter episode, tho.


That had some good stuff

Lenny: Yeah Bart once paid up $50 to kiss each other
Carl: Hey did we ever get that money?
Narrator: Interracial homoerotica aside...

I loved the end

Narrator: Next time on Behind the Laughter, Huckleberry Hound
HH: I was so gay. But I couldn't tell anyone.


Trivia time: Which one of Kang and Kodos is female?


Kang: I am Kang and this is my sister Kodos
Kodos: (male voice) Hello

That line always cracks me up for some reason
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Postby KathleenJ on Mon Nov 04, 2002 10:24 pm

I loved how that episode gave dark behind the scenes background commentary on various Simpsons gags that usually get taken for granted...like Homer in rehab and getting addicted to painkillers after slapstick violence. And when he strangles Bart, and everyone laughs, and then the narrator says something like "And out of that horrible act of child abuse came one of our most beloved running gags".
I really liked the Angry Dad episode too...it was about internet cartoons! When I saw Bart's first comic, with the dog, I was thinking "And now he'll put that on Keenspace." And Stan Lee was great. Heh, breaking that poor kid's Batmobile trying to fit The Thing in it...
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Postby Kalmazoo702 on Tue Nov 05, 2002 2:36 pm

He's fitting in right now!
http://thecity.keenspace.com - Gorbachev, psychosis, and orange juice, oh my!

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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6185 on Tue Nov 05, 2002 10:11 pm

"Heeey Cool! Stan Lee Came back?"
"No. He hasn't left yet."


I have to admit for an newish episode, It was pretty funny. But hey, Comic Book Guy is usually a funny character.

"Now I must return to my comic book store where I give out the insults, not absorb them."

Quiz time: which simpsons episode was that quote from?
Okay the quote may not be verbatum, but it's close enough
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Postby KathleenJ on Tue Nov 05, 2002 10:26 pm

Hee, it's from a scene where he was in an electronics store trying to return the quote-unquote "Ultimate Belt" he won at a Star Trek convention: "I find their choice of prize highly illogical, as the average Trekker has no use for a medium size belt".
Then he gets made fun of by the store guy, trades the belt to Bart, and leaves. If I remember right, it's from the episode where Homer gets into boxing.
Quiz time! What's the name of Homer's unique medical condition in that episode, where his brain is cushioned so he can take repeated head trauma?
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Postby EteRock on Wed Nov 06, 2002 12:04 am

I'm pretty sure Hibbert called it "Homer Simpson" syndrom cause he never seen anything like it before.


Which episode did this quote come from?

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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6185 on Wed Nov 06, 2002 9:44 pm

Ha, I know that one. It's the scene in the MegloMart (I think that's what it's called) Where Barney knocks over that large Aunt Jemima bottle resulting in a Large cranberry tidal wave. "Help me! Help me! *gulb* mmmmm It's crantastic!" I think this was the episode where Apu gets fired from the Quickie-Mart.

Quiz time: where is this quote from?
"Hello Smithers....You Are....very good.... at turning.... me on"
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Postby KathleenJ on Wed Nov 06, 2002 10:36 pm

It's from the one where Lisa tracks down the lady who created Malibu Stacy. She visits Smithers because he's apparently a huge collector. He's printing something out for her on his computer, and that screensaver comes on - it's naked Burns, talking in spliced-together speech. "Uh...you should probably ignore that."
Quizzery: where's this from?
"Your powers of deduction are exceptional! I simply cannot allow you to waste them here when so many crimes are going unsolved! Go, for the good of the city!"
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Postby EteRock on Wed Nov 06, 2002 10:51 pm

That was from Comic Book Store Guy and I'm pretty sure the situation was that Bart had some money and was going to buy something. He pointed at some picture (I can't remember if it was an original Icthy or the one of Sean Connary signed by Roger Moore) CBG says it's some amount of money Bart says "Oh it's valuable?" and then the above quote.



Quizzy:

What line came after "Hello Mr. Kurns....me bad want money now.....me sick"?
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6185 on Thu Nov 07, 2002 12:35 pm

EteRock wrote:What line came after "Hello Mr. Kurns....me bad want money now.....me sick"?


Homer: Oooh, he card, read good.

What episode was this from:
"You might wanna close your windows before the wind hits Diaper Mountain"
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Postby KathleenJ on Wed Nov 13, 2002 12:02 am

The one where Homer pissed off the garbagemen and their service got cut off, and they had mountains of trash in their yard. ...right? I'm not quite sure on that.
Either way...at the beginning of that episode, what was the new holiday that got invented (that generated the first batch of garbage)?
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