Chalkboard: I will not sell my kidney on eBay
Couch: Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie slide down a fire pole that's next to the couch. Homer, however, gets stuck in the ceiling hole and flails about helplessly.
(The Funzo Commercial. A little girl comes down on Christmas morning...)
Funzo: I SEE you... (the girl gasps and picks up a Funzo) Give me a hug!
Lisa: (watching the commercial; gasps) That's the doll that attacked me!
Announcer: This Christmas, everybody wants Funzo.
Lisa: "Funzo?" I said that name in class.
(In the commercial, the girl hugs her Funzo)
Little Girl: Funzo's soft and cuddly...
Little Boy: With lots of firepower! (his Funzo opens its mouth and a rocket zooms out and hits the girl in the eye; the girl screams in pain) Yes!
Funzo: (Nelson-style) Haw-haw!
(The camera zooms in on an image of Funzo three times)
Announcer: Funzo! Funzo! Funzo! If you don't have Funzo, you're nothing!
(A boy plays with a puppy that licks his face, then the boy throws the dog offscreen just to cuddle a Funzo!)
Ralph: Fun toys are fun!
Teacher: Well said, Ralph, but we're trying to come up with a name for a toy.
Janie: Mrs. Fun?
Teacher: Not bad.
Teacher: Listen, Ralph, there are no right or wrong answers, but if you don't pipe down I'm giving you an F!
Ralph: The before teacher yelled at me too!
Principal Skinner: The good news is, we no longer fear vicious mob reprisals, but due to lack of funds, Springfield Elementary is closed forever.
Principal Skinner: You may be cheering now, but someday, you'll--
Principal Skinner: I'm just going to stop caring.
Skinner: No, no! We're not building anything.
Fat Tony: How can you say that? When construction has already begun?
Skinner: How did those trucks get here so fast?
Fat Tony: To avoid certain legal complications, the truck are always moving.