|First Heard||"The Art Museum"|
Ay Ca-ram-ba! In the episode The Great Simpsina, after Lisa takes some scissors off Bart's mouth, Homer starts shaking him upside down, wich resulted in a paused version of the phrase.
Behind the LaughterEdit
- Ay, caramba! is Spanish for denoting surprise or pain.
- Bart Simpson wasn't the only character to use this: A construction foreman who coincidentally sounded a lot like Bart Simpson also uttered it.
- According to the comments for Teranoid's song Ay Carumba!!!! on the Teranoid Anthems: Live @ Underground album, the song title comes from Bart Simpson. Teranoid is a fan of the show.
A website dedicated to this catchphrase.