Chalkboard: Indian burns are not our cultural heritage
Couch: The Simpsons sit on the couch and the wall spins around as seen in “Homer the Heretic”, but this time, a mad scientist who looks like Vincent Price and a scared Ned Flanders who is shackled upside down are on the other side of the wall instead of an empty couch.
Apu: I had the most beautiful dream where I died.
Manjula: Oh, no you don't. Not till they're out of college.
Apu: Listen, I'll die when I want to.
Flanders: They can be a real handful ... of joy.
Apu: Shut up.
Flanders: They'll fill your lives with ...
Apu: Just shut up.
Flanders (quickly): Can't put a price on a miracle!
Apu: I can't believe you don't shut up!
Homer: Man, the last nine months sure were crazy.
Bart: I'll say. I learned the true meaning of Columbus Day.
Marge: I enjoyed a brief but memorable stint as Sideshow Marge.
Lisa: I became the most popular girl in school, but blew it by being conceited.
Bart: And then I learned the true meaning of winter.
Apu: (reading script) Gee, Betsy, it's such a nice night. Why don't we go all the way?
Manjula: (reading script) But Greg, my Dad will kill me! And, you have that scholarship to Ivy League State.
Apu: Loosen up, baby. Tomorrow, I'm shipping off to Vietnam. (stops reading) I, I thought I was going to Ivy League State.
Homer: My mistake, stay in the moment.
Manjula: Just don't forget me on your dinosaur bone-digging-up trip.
Homer: And that's my cue to exit.
Alan Wrench: You put it together yourself! All you need is me, Alan Wrench!
Homer: He's named after what he is.
Bart: Hey, cool costume!
Alan Wrench: (Robotic voice) It's not a costume. They found me in a meteor!
Marge: Where do you keep your sparkplugs?
Alan Wrench: (Normal voice) Sparkplugs? Third aisle. (Robotic, to Bart) Help! I need tungsten to live! Tungsten!