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“Where are we going?  Where are we going?” – Marge Simpson
“Okay, okay, don’t panic.  To find Flanders, I just have to think like Flanders.” – Homer Simpson
“I’m a big four-eyed lame-o and I wear the same stupid sweater every day and-” – Homer’s Brain
“The Springfield River!” – Homer Simpson

4 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 1 monoceros4
    28 April 2012 at 11:10 am

    A hilarious episode, especially its ending, but it bugs me slightly. Ned Flanders was always nebbishy and excessively pious but in the early seasons he was also portrayed as a guy who liked a beer, could mix a stiff drink and held barbecues. Now in this episode he eats cucumber slices and nonfat ice milk. And commits a felony (I’m pretty sure what he does counts as kidnapping.)

    • 2 lennyburnham
      28 April 2012 at 11:25 am

      Sometimes with strict parents there’s a big difference between what they’ll do themselves and what they’ll let their kids do, so I always assumed that was the explanation for the cucumber slices, nonfat milk and extremely boring activities.

      • 3 D.N.
        28 April 2012 at 8:47 pm

        I think it’s just how the character of Flanders evolved from the original conception. Flanders originally WASN’T an overbearingly pious Christian. He was simply the neighbour who had everything better than Homer. Better house, better-behaved kids, prettier wife, better possessions, better attitude, etc. If Flanders was shown to be an avid churchgoer, it was only portrayed to contrast with Homer’s lax attitude to church and religion. So the early Flanders, yeah, wasn’t averse to alcohol, throwing barbecues, getting a bitchin’ RV, buying expensive sport shoes for himself, etc. But eventually the writers honed in on the Christian aspect, which was funny for a while, until they made it pretty much Flanders’ sole-defining characteristic.

  2. 4 Pepito! The Biggest Cat in the Whole Wide World!
    29 April 2012 at 5:34 pm

    He also dressed like a women back in his fraternity days.

    Agreed, like much of season 7-9 there wasn’t any thing wrong with the humor per se as much as it set a bad example for future zombie episodes.

    But what do you expect, his parents were freaky beatniks

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