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Why you little!
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Character Homer Simpson
Strangling Bart.
First Heard Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire

"Why you little!" is one of Homer's catchphrases. Most of the time, it is followed by Homer strangling Bart for whatever reason, commonly being Bart insulting Homer verbally. Once, Homer doesn't strangle Bart because he is too far away, and another time, Homer strangles Bart for no reason. On this occasion, the catchphrase is echoed (“Mona Leaves-a”). Another time, Homer eats a fire stick and tries to burn Bart while strangling him (“Father Knows Worst”). In some episodes, Homer doesn't say Why, you little! before strangling Bart, but instead says something different (i.e, in Blood Feud, when Homer learns Bart already mailed his letter to Mr Burns, he says I'll show you mad in the morning! before choking Bart.

VariationsEdit

  • "Why you metal..........!" (while strangling Bart's replacement robot David in "Treehouse of Horror XVI")
  • "Why you little portiline psyco-" (Said by B.F. Sherwood in Family Therapy [this is the first variation])
  • "Why you cotton-pickin'!" (while strangling Cletus in "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily")
  • "Choke on your candor!" (while strangling Bart after he makes fun of him being attacked by a bear in "The Fat and the Furriest")
  • "Well, take note of this!!" (before strangling Bart, believing that he has cheated on his history test, though he later finds out that he didn't in "Sleeping with the Enemy")
  • "Why thee little!" (when Pilgrim Homer is strangling a Pilgrim Bart in "The Wettest Stories Ever Told")
  • "Pretend to care!" (while strangling Bart in "She Used To Be My Girl")
  • "Why you little bastard......!" (after Lisa points out that there are two types of bastard; it should be noted that while Homer is strangling Bart she comments, "That's the angry one." in "Wedding for Disaster")
  • "Why you big...!" (Marge says this as she strangles Homer as Homer is about to strangle Bart in "Homer's Night Out".)
  • "You stole my money!" (Bart says this as he attempts to strangle Homer in Barting Over. Bart's hands are too small so he pulls Homer's belt off and uses it to strangle Homer.)
  • "I'll Kwanzaa you!" (after Bart demands Homer's mother, Mona, give him several years worth of holiday money in "Mother Simpson".)
  • "Choke on your lies!" (when Bart tells Homer he did not make a prank call to Brazil in "Blame It on Lisa".)
  • "Die, monster!" (when realizing Bart made the Angry Dad cartoons and humiliated him in "I Am Furious: Yellow")
  • "Just run the the camera, you little--!" (when Bart is filming Homer's speech to Marge that he is leaving her because she is going out with Artie Ziff and says "Patty and Selma?! Screw that!" in "Half-Decent Proposal")
  • "Why, you very little--" (strangling Bart in a video on "The Girl Who Slept Too Little")
  • "Boy - must - die!" (when Bart spills the lotion that makes hair grow in "Simpson and Delilah")
  • "I'll show you mad in the morning!" (when Homer realizes that Bart mailed the letter, but Marge scolds him, "Homer, you encouraged him. You should be strangling yourself!")

NotesEdit

It is revealed in "Brawl in the Family" that Homer had strangled Bart since he was a baby because in the scene where Homer strangled Bart and Lisa told Marge the way she tried to pry them isn't working, Marge told her she had been prying them apart since before Lisa was born.

Bugs Bunny used the same catchphrase with a gremlin in the 1943 Merrie Melodies cartoon, "Falling Hare."

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