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Beyond Blunderdome/Quotes

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Season 11 Episode Quotes
226 "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo"
227
"Beyond Blunderdome"
"Brother's Little Helper" 228


Homer: Hello, I, uh, love your planet deeply and am interested in purchasing one of your electronic autos.
Saleswoman: Well, it's always nice to meet people concerned about the environment.
Homer: What kind a mint?

Marge: Hey, we never opened that envelope to see what our gift is.
Homer: We didn't? That's odd. Seems like we would've done that right after we left the car place.
Marge: I know, but we didn't.
[Homer grabs the envelope]
Homer: Well, here it is, so we can open it and find out now.
Marge: Perfect.
Homer: Aww, movie tickets! That hardly seems worth destroying a car.

Homer: Mel Gibson is just a guy, Marge. No different than me or Lenny.
Marge: Were you or Lenny ever named sexiest man alive?
Homer: Hmmm, I'm not certain about Lenny.

Mel Gibson: John Travolta flew me in his jet. Now I have to help him move next weekend. He deliberately waited 'til we were in the air to ask me!

Mel Gibson: Thanks for comin', folks, and don't be afraid to be completely truthful when you fill out your opinion cards. Honesty is the foundation of the movie business.

Edward Christian: The movie tested through the roof, Mel! The Sea Captain gave it "Four Arrrs." Bumblebee Man says "Muy Bueno." And we were worried about the Latino market, huh?
William Milo: Yeah.
Edward: Huh?
William: Yeah.
Edward: Huh?
William: Yeah.
Edward: Huh?
William: Worried.

Mel Gibson: C'mon. They can't all have loved it. [reading feedback] "Loved it." "Loved it." "Loved it." "Loved it despite absence of flubber, glayvin?"

Marge: Look, they're making a movie! Robert Downey Jr. is shooting it out with the police!
Bart: I don't see any cameras.

Homer: Okay, this opening scene should be in fast motion. Everybody likes that 'cause it looks funny.
[in the movie, all sped up]
Man on Right: Hey, Mr. Smith's coming to Washington. He's really honest. That could be bad news for us corrupt politicians.
Man on Left: Well even if he is, big deal.
Man on Right: How do you figure?
Man on Left: Well, if he doesn't play ball, we'll teach him a thing or two.
Man on Right: Goodbye.
Man on Left: See ya.

Homer: Ah-ah-ah! Now here's your biggest problem of all...
Mel Gibson: The filibuster scene? That was Jimmy Stewart's favorite!
Homer: And it was fine for the 1930's. The country was doing great back then. Everyone was into talking. But now, in whatever year this is, the audience wants action! And seats with beverage holders, but mainly action.

Edward Christian: You, uh, you chopped off the President's head.
Mel Gibson: I bet you didn't see that coming.
Robyn Hannah: You impaled a United States Senator with the American Flag.
William Milo: Why did Mr. Smith kill everybody?

Edward Christian: Who are you, anyway?
Homer: Do the words "Executive Producer" mean anything to you?
Mel Gibson: [surprised] Executive Producer?
Homer: We'll talk.

Mel Gibson: I'm gettin' too old for this crap.
Homer: How old are you, anyway?
Mel Gibson: Well, I've been told I can play anywhere from 28 to...
Homer: Sorry I asked.

Homer: No time talk! Need steal car! Must save powerful but controversial movie!

Homer: Movies aren't stupid! They fill us with romance and hatred and revenge fantasies. Lethal Weapon showed us that suicide is funny.
Mel Gibson: That really wasn't my intention.
Homer: Before Lethal Weapon 2, I never thought there could be a bomb in my toilet, but now I check every time.
Marge: It's true. He does.
Mel Gibson: Movies mean that much to you, Homer?
Homer: They are my only escape from the drudgery of work and family. [to the family] No offense.

Robyn Hannah: Oh, no! We killed Mel Gibson!
Edward Christian: You all saw it. He came at me with a knife, right?
William Milo: Wait a minute. He's just a dummy!
Edward Christian: I know, but he sells tickets. Let's go!

Homer: I don't get it, Mel. How can you be so calm and cool? My stomach's full of vomiting butterflies.

Jimmy Stewart's granddaughter: I'm Jimmy Stewart's granddaughter and you'll be hearing from my attorney!
Season 11 Quotes
Beyond Blunderdome Brother's Little Helper Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner? Treehouse of Horror X E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt) Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder Eight Misbehavin' Take My Wife, Sleaze Grift of the Magi Little Big Mom Faith Off The Mansion Family Saddlesore Galactica Alone Again, Natura-Diddily Missionary: Impossible Pygmoelian Bart to the Future Days of Wine and D'oh'ses Kill the Alligator and Run Last Tap Dance in Springfield It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge Behind the Laughter