Funniest thing you ever saw on The Simpsons

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  1. erniebert

    erniebert Shoe-string audiophile Thread Starter

    Toronto area
    For me, it's gotta be this:


    Still chuckling, years later. :thumbsup:
  2. Alert

    Alert Forum Resident

    Great River, NY
    I recall an episode where Homer's car was wrecked and he made a new car in his garage out of a bed frame and old tires. As he was about to drive away in it, his wife said: "Homer, I'm not sure how I feel about you going out on the road in a car you made yourself."

    I know there are funnier moments -- but this just struck me.
  3. Thwacko

    Thwacko Forum Resident

    Fort Mill, SC
    Bart: All right, I'm in. I'll humiliate the love of your life. Because I like you, I'll even do it "pro boner".

    Principal Skinner: It's "pro bono".

    Bart: I know what I said.
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  4. kouzie

    kouzie Forum Resident

    Batavia, IL
    Just watched the episode with Gary Coleman as the security guard for the first time in at least 15 years. The ending with them all sitting at dining room table ready to eat Christmas dinner and Coleman turns the camera and says "What You Talkin' About...Everybody" had me laughing out loud.
  5. uncarvedbloke

    uncarvedbloke Forum Resident

    (Homer hits a steel deer statue with his car)
    Homer: D'oh!
    Lisa: A deer!
    Marge: A female deer!
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  6. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law

    In that same vein, I STILL laugh at the scene when Mr. Largo said:
    "LISA, do you have a problem with the word 'TROMBONER'?!?!"
  7. PaulKTF

    PaulKTF Senior Member

    "You mean it's not Magagie's birthday?"
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  8. dave9199

    dave9199 Forum Resident

    Durham, NC
    I laughed when 'D'oh a female deer' originally aired. I hit my head on the wall behind me. I always loved this one from Season 24; Pulpit Friction:

    Bart Simpson: But I thought you hated church.

    Homer Simpson: For the record, I hated the building, the people in it, and the spirit it represents, I never hated the chruch itself. But I believe in something bigger than me now.

    Bart Simpson: The only thing bigger than you now is you tomorrow.

    Homer Simpson: Why you little... lamb... Mustn't kill own son, only God can do that.
  9. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law

    Phone rings, and Homer comes running into the shot:
    Picks up the phone:
    "HELLO?... You'll have to speak up, I'm wearing a towel!"
  10. OldSoul

    OldSoul College Graduate

    Vallejo, CA
    There's this episode in season 3 where Marge and Homer go to the movies. Marge's hair was blocking the screen and I just cracked up for a minute.
  11. George P

    George P Only Love Can Make Love

  12. neo123

    neo123 Forum Resident

    Northern Kentucky
    There are way too many scenes and lines from episodes that had me cracking up over the years that I can't even remember the specifics and what they actually were. Though, the episodes with Sideshow Bob always crack me up and are memorable. One that sticks out is the season 17 The Italian Bob. It's the one when Homer and the family go to Italy to pick up a Lamborgotti Fasterossa for Mr. Burns and they run into Sideshow Bob who has a family of his own and is the mayor of the town.


    In the episode, while flipping through a police book of American criminals to search for Sideshow Bob's past, you see mugshots of various characters from the show. But there is even one of Peter Griffin of Family Guy and Stan Smith of American Dad. Under Peter's mugshot is Plagiarismo and under Stan's mugshot is Plagiarismo Di Plagiarismo. That had me cracking up so hard when I saw it the first time.

  13. Vidiot

    Vidiot Now in 4K HDR!

    Hollywood, USA
    Kang & Kodos try to broadcast a message to Earth to take over the planet and get only static. Finally, one of them yells, "TURN IT TO CHANNEL 3!" (This was a standard problem for VCR owners in the 1980s and 1990s.)

  14. merlperl

    merlperl Forum Resident

    Sherman Oaks, CA
    I love when Marge told Bart that "rap music is disrespectful to bitches and hoes"
  15. The Hud

    The Hud Tougher Than Leather

    At the Itchy and Scratchy Land Gift Shop, with Bart naming the lesser known characters: Disgruntled Goat, Klu Klux Clam, and Uncle Ant. Always makes me laugh.
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  16. sparkydog

    sparkydog Forum Resident

    From Marge Be Not Proud -- Bart daydreams about going to juvie:

    Guard: Stand behind the yellow line! You will now receive your
    Christmas presents donated by the Port Authority lost and found
    Jimbo: Wow! The March 8th newspaper.
    Nelson: Cool! A book of carpet samples.
    Bart: [crosses fingers] Come on, new bike!
    Ohh, a soiled wig.


    Same episode:

    Marge: You can't hide from me in this house, Bart. I spend 23 hours a
    day here!
    Homer: [blocking a door] Hee hee hee. Get 'im, Maw!
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  17. sparkydog

    sparkydog Forum Resident

    That's where Bart could not find a bicycle license plate with his name.


    And of course the episode is full of characters named Bort.
  18. modrevolve

    modrevolve Forum Resident

    The softball team of ringers episode.
  19. The Hud

    The Hud Tougher Than Leather

    We are out of Bort license plates. I repeat, we are out of Bort license plates.
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  20. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law

  21. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law

    "The INTERNET? Is THAT thing still around?"
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  22. misterdecibel

    misterdecibel Bulbous Also Tapered

    "I call the big one 'Bitey'."

  23. misterdecibel

    misterdecibel Bulbous Also Tapered

  24. Vinyl Addict

    Vinyl Addict Forum Resident

    Great idea for a thread.
    This was always one of my favorites, from the episode where Bart gets "Stampy" the elephant

  25. sean monaghan

    sean monaghan Forum Resident

    How about the Tree house of Horror episode were they parodied the Shining ( or rather the Shinning if you don't want to get sued ) it always gives me a good laugh.
    Especially this part:
    Homer: Urge to kill fading, fading, fading, RISING, fading, fading gone.

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