Quote of the Day

“You know, Homer, you’ve always been such a good provider, but when we got married, Mr. Berger promised I could come back to my old job any time I wanted.” – Marge Simpson
“You think you can still do that kind of work?” – Homer Simpson
“Sure, you never forget. It’s just like riding a bicycle.” – Marge Simpson
“Hey, mama, where’s my fries already?” – Otto

4 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 20 January 2018 at 10:31 pm

    Marge’s ridiculously angry expression in this shot always makes me laugh.

    I like how this was one of those throwaway gags that actually became canon. We see young Marge working here again in 1980 in “I Married Marge” – it’s just for one scene there too, but I like that they remembered.

  2. 2 Anonymous
    21 January 2018 at 10:46 am

    Is this cut from syndication or do I need to rewatch this episode?

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