Maude: Neddy, I know this has been a terrible day. But, by golly, first thing tomorrow morning, we're going to open up the Leftorium, and before you know it, we'll be back on our feet.
Kent: (on TV) Down here at Springfield Mall, a crowd appeared to have turned its rage… on the Leftorium. Surprisingly, people are grabbing things with both hands, suggesting it's not just south-paws in this rampaging mob.
(The doctors at the mental facility use Homer for an experiment with Ned.)
Homer: (Reading from a card) Ned Flanders, I mock your value system. You also appear foolish in the eyes of others.
Ned: (Giggling) Well howdy, Homer.
(The window closes between them.)
Dr. Foster: He's not responding. (To Homer) Proceed to Level 2 antagonism.
(Window between Ned and Homer opens.)
Homer: (Reading from a card) Past instances in which I professed to like you were fraudulent!
Ned: Oh well, I'll just have to try harder.
(Ned giggles as the window closes again.)
Dr. Foster: Ah, he's still repressing. (to Homer) Maximum hostility factor.
(The window between Ned and Homer opens again.)
Homer: (Reading from a card) I engaged in intercourse with your spouse or significant other. (to Dr. Foster) Now that's psychiatry!
Ned: Ho ho ho, very funny wise guy.
(An old lady grabs Lisa's head while in the grocery store.)
Old Lady: A pineapple! Really ripe too!
Lisa: Hey! I'm not a pineapple! I'm a little girl!
(She puts Lisa in her cart.)
Old Lady: That's what the pumpkin said too!
Ralph: Hi, Lisa! We're gonna be in a pie!