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A Mid-Childhood Night's Dream/Quotes

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Season 35 Episode Quotes
751 "Homer's Crossing"
752
"A Mid-Childhood Night's Dream"
"McMansion & Wife" 753


Announcer: Attention, shoppers. A mother's love is forever, but mother's love rat poison is only on sale till the end of the day.

Lisa: I drew you a picture.
Homer: Yes, she did. She drew it in pudding.

Marge: Fine, fine, fine.
Homer: Pudding mommy can stay.
Lisa: No kill pudding mommy!

Otter Homer: You know this is a dream, right? [plays didgeridoo]
Marge: Well, that would explain a lot.
Otter Homer: Yeah, in the waking world, I'm not great at didgeridoo.

Marge: So you can tell me what Lisa said about dreaming when you know you're dreaming?
Lisa: Yep. It's a scientifical concept called "Lucy dreaming." It was invented by sleep doctors from a country somewhere.

Lisa: Sometimes dad's a clown, sometimes a potato, sometimes a clown-potato. And sometimes, he's both of the Property Brothers.

Otter Homer: So that's why you're having nightmares. Bart is super rude and full of splinters.

Homer: Look, whatever Bart did, we'll pay to have it cleaned or replaced or for its therapy or...
Rayshelle Peyton: Bart hasn't done anything. I'm meeting with all the parents. Even the normal kids. Oh! Bart is normal. I-I mean, we don't say normal anymore, I mean... I-I'm talking to all the parents. You're not special. I-I mean, you are, but...

Ms. Peyton: Listen, I've taught fifth grade. Please buy your fifth-grader deodorant. Like, real deodorant, not the "natural" stuff. They may look like children, but they smell... like nervous cab-drivers.

Marge: I'm throwing up stuff I ate years ago. I think I saw wedding cake.

Homer: When I do stuff, I have a fear of missing out on missing out. FO-MOO-MO.

Lisa: The poet Kahlil Gibran once said: Parents are bows... Like bow-and-arrow bows? From which children are shot forth as an arrow-thingy. The bow doesn't feel sad when it sees how far and true the arrow flies.
Marge: Well, the bow feels a little sad. The bow doesn't want to lose touch and the arrow has never been great about answering texts.

Marge: So, what are you... like, my feelings police?
Chief Wiggum: No, I'm pretty sure I'm here because, deep down, you're attracted to me.The uniform, the low center of gravity, my thick, syrupy voice.
Marge: I don't think so. If anything, I'm into Eddie.
Chief Wiggum: Yeah, he's a beautiful man.

Marge: Oh, my gosh, that was a dream. I should have noticed that you were 17 feet tall.

Marge: You didn't say we had to buy Bart deodorant next year.
Ms. Peyton: Oh, no, no, no, I did say that. That part is very important. Strong deodorant.
Season 35 Quotes
Homer's Crossing A Mid-Childhood Night's Dream McMansion & Wife Thirst Trap: A Corporate Love Story Treehouse of Horror XXXIV Iron Marge It's a Blunderful Life Ae Bonny Romance Murder, She Boat Do the Wrong Thing Frinkenstein's Monster Lisa Gets an F1 Clan of the Cave Mom Night of the Living Wage Cremains of the Day The Tell-Tale Pants The Tipping Point Bart's Brain