Pappyism #1: By the time we're up on the rules of the game of life we're too old to play it.
Pappyism #2: It's fine to turn over a new leaf but there's always somebody tryin' to snoop through the old pages.
Trevor: Do you have a crystal ball or do you read fortunes with cards?
Bart: No, but I have lost a few fortunes with 'em.
Mrs. Amber: You're a stranger.
Bart: I was hoping you wouldn't notice.
Bart: (to Marybelle) It's nice knowing I'm not the only stranger here.
Deacon: It disturbs me in this land of plenty to find a man financially embarassed.
Bart: It bothers me too, Deacon.
Trevor: (to Bart) Didn't take you long to track down the free grub, did it?
Trevor: Snakes sometimes have a refined appearance but they're still a snake.
Bart: You dress very well, Sheriff.
Marybelle: The Deacon taught me to love my neighbor.
Bart: Then start with me because I'm the nearest.
Bart: Generally, when I start shooting at something, it has a nasty habit of shooting back.
Bart: The gold means more to you than I do?
Marybelle: About $50,000 more.
Bart: Your dog drinks?
Oscar: Why shouldn't he? He's old enough.
Trevor: (to Bull and Snake) You two apes couldn't find a grizzly bear in a silo.
Marybelle: What difference does it make whether they kill us tonight or tomorrow?
Bart: Now don't listen to her, Deacon. I happen to prefer tomorrow.