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Postby TVGM » Thu 01 Jul, 2004 12:46 pm

You know, I was thinking the exact same thing. Cute little tea party we had going there for a while. Unfortunately, I don't know this one. Dang it! Which episode was it from?
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Postby kristen » Thu 01 Jul, 2004 02:44 pm

I can't remember the exact episode. I think Wiggum hired Lisa to babysit Ralph? They (Lisa & Wiggum) have a conversation about the concert.

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Postby Eric's Fat Brother » Thu 01 Jul, 2004 02:48 pm

I haven't seen that episode, but I will venture a guess of Bob Saget?
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Postby kristen » Thu 01 Jul, 2004 03:25 pm

EFB is correct! (Ooooh, your powers of deduction are exceptional.) Your question.

FYI - I did a little research. The episode is called "My Sister, My Sitter" & has the following description:

"Lisa's reputation as a first-rate baby-sitter is jeopardized when she's put
in charge of Bart while their parents attend the opening of Springfield's
new waterfront promenade."

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Postby TVGM » Thu 01 Jul, 2004 07:43 pm

Oh! Now I remember that part! Man, I wouldn't have guessed Bob Saget though without hearing it first. I loved it when Krusty came to the house. "HEY HEY! That'll be $300 for the 'Hey Hey.'" I love Krusty.

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Postby fierydarts » Sun 04 Jul, 2004 11:44 am

I'll give one. (Even though I haven't answered one in ages.)

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Postby TVGM » Sun 04 Jul, 2004 12:41 pm

The Egyptians?
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Postby fierydarts » Sun 04 Jul, 2004 04:41 pm

TVGM, you're sort of close, but the answer comes (more or less verbatim) from a hilarious exchange between two brothers during one particular episode.

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Postby TVGM » Sun 04 Jul, 2004 05:16 pm

Hm. Then I'm probably thinking of the wrong episode. The only thing I could think of was Milhouse as Moses freeing the Israelites by flushing all the toilets at once. But thst isn't it then.
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Postby fierydarts » Mon 05 Jul, 2004 12:49 pm

It's been 24 hours. Hint time:

The answer to this question (and the question itself, for that matter) was a response to a comment by a character played by David Hyde Pierce.

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Postby TVGM » Tue 06 Jul, 2004 09:44 pm

OK, I definitely know that episode, but I don't know the answer. Sorry.

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Postby fierydarts » Wed 07 Jul, 2004 06:16 pm

Okay. The quote made me laugh. I'll count that as an answer (rather than "Yes, yes, the Cappadocians, fine.").

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Postby TVGM » Wed 07 Jul, 2004 09:13 pm

Gosh, you're easy. Thanks. According to Homer, what don't the French have a word for?
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Postby Ryan Reeder » Wed 07 Jul, 2004 11:10 pm

"Victory! We're French! We don't even have a word for it."

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Hmm. First one that pops in my head--(for some odd reason)--what did Lenny carve "one magical summer"?

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Postby fierydarts » Thu 08 Jul, 2004 05:40 pm

Mount Karlmore (You know, we've never really discussed it.)

Where is Mount Karlmore carved?

(Also, TVGM, I'm not so much easy as I am afraid of derailing this thread with too hard of a question, as I have done in the past.)

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Postby Ryan Reeder » Sat 10 Jul, 2004 08:34 pm

Nobody else wanted to answer, huh?

It's in West Springfield, which is three times the size of Texas. Don't know how specific of a location that makes, but hey.

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Postby kristen » Mon 12 Jul, 2004 10:19 am

I'll take a guess. No es bueno?

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Postby TVGM » Tue 13 Jul, 2004 08:04 am

Last night I saw an episode with Bumblebee Man and was waiting for him to give his line, but he never did. Sorry, Ryan. Was Kristen right?
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Postby Ryan Reeder » Tue 13 Jul, 2004 04:05 pm

No, I thought it was easier than that. I believe it's from the 20-some odd tales of Springfield episode, and oranges fall on his head. Somebody ought to get it now.

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Postby fierydarts » Tue 13 Jul, 2004 06:42 pm

I don't think that Bumblebee Man says anything particularly catch-phrasey during that episode. His statements are all descriptive of the particular calamities that he is facing. The closest he gets is something like "Donde esta mi tequila".

Perhaps he says something more like a catch phrase in another episode.


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