Homer: (Looking around Mason's study, which is decorated with various adventurer's items) So, I infer from all the knickknacks you're some sort of..fruitcake?
Homer: I'm sure my listeners will be pleased about that.
Mason: Listeners? Didn't you say you work for a newspaper?
Homer: Uh, no I didn't. I says I work for a radio station. WXI 940. Number one with our viewers.
Mason: Viewers? Wouldn't that be a TV show?
Homer: Uh, well, um, oh what the hey. I think you're my pappy!
Moe: Sitting in a rocking chair, eating baby crackers ticktock, ticktock, ticktock banana A-B-C-D-E-F-G wash those June bugs off of me.
Marge: Lisa, I'm not sure that letter is age-appropriate reading. Why can't the government edit our mail like other countries?
Reverend Lovejoy: (heading for the toll booth) Don't worry, this one's on Jesus.
(He takes out the church collection plate which is full of coins. The Jesus figurine on his dashboard looks as if it's about to cry)
Lovejoy: Oh, be cool for once.
(Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are at the retirement home visiting Grandpa)
Marge: See, Grandpa, you still have a family. We still visit you even though we have no biological obligation.
Grandpa: So, Homer couldn't make it?
Lisa: No, but he told us to say hi. Hi!
Lisa: So...what setting is that fan on?
Lisa: I would've guessed low.
Grandpa: You would've guessed wrong.
Homer: Listen, I wanted to ask you if you could do something my former father never did for me.
Mason: Anything, son.
Homer: Teach me that the stove is hot.
Mason:Very well. No Homer, mustn't touch. I said NO! Homer!. All right, nap time.
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