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Bye, Bye, Nerdie/Quotes

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Season 12 Episode Quotes
263 "Hungry, Hungry Homer"
264
"Bye, Bye, Nerdie"
"Simpson Safari" 265


Marge: Ah! Homer, you're still here? You should have left for work an hour ago.
Homer: They said if I come in late for work again, I'm fired. I can't take that chance.

Marge: [to Bart and Lisa] And kids you're gonna miss you school bus. [looks at the window and gasps the school bus is only two blocks] It's only two blocks away!
[Marge grabs Bart and Lisa and brushes them both their teeth.]
Bart: We're gonna spit.
Marge: You can spit on the bus. [changes their pajamas into their outfits while going down stairs Lisa is wearing Bart's clothes and Bart is wearing Lisa's clothes]
Bart: Uh, mom? [holding Lisa's skirt]
Marge: [to Bart] Not now Lisa. [grabs them both]

Marge: Stop! Stop!
Otto: Oh, you wanna drag?
Marge: [gasps] Hrmmm. I'm not racing! It's me, Marge Simpson!
Otto: No, you eat my dust!

Terri: Red hair?
Sherri: What's she trying to pull?
Janey: Those shoes look Canadian.
Boy with orthodontic headgear: She'll never fit in.
Lisa: Oh, it's tough being the new kid. Someone should go talk to her.
Bart: Yeah, somebody should... [looking out of window] One-hour dry cleaner? Man, that's fast.

Sales lady: [as door is be-ing opened] Your baby is dead... [Marge and Homer gasp] ...that's what you'd hear if your baby fell victim to the thousands of death-traps lurking in the average American home. [she hands Marge a business card]
Marge: 'Springfield Baby-Proofing'?
Homer: You... you really scared us!
Sales lady: Sorry about that. But the truth is, your baby Maggie Simpson, is dead... [Marge and Homer gasp again] ...tired of baby-proofers who don't provide a free estimate.

[The sales lady puts on a baby bonnet.]
Sales lady: Now, pretend I'm a baby. [she starts to crawl around the kitchen floor, making baby noises] Goo, goo. Me wike to expwore!
Homer: [to Marge] That's a pretty big caboose for a baby.
Marge: Homer, don't be... wow, that is huge!

Sales lady: Okay, with the window bars, toilet latches, dingo alarm and grapefruit squirt shield, your total cost would be... wow, I'm rich!

Marge: Why don't you try reaching out to this new girl? See if you two have a common interest.
Lisa: Hmm. Well, lots of people like jazz fusion. [she pulls out her sax and demonstrates]
Marge: Okay, that's in the maybe file. What if you two bond over your Malibu Stacy dolls?
Lisa: They're not dolls, they're aspiration figures.

Homer: That baby-proofing crook wanted to sell us safety covers for the electrical outlets. But I'll just draw bunny faces on them to scare Maggie away. [he begins to draw]
Marge: She's not afraid of bunnies.
Homer: [ominously] She will be.

Homer: Now, do you realize how unsafe the American home is? Baby accidents occur every three minutes.
Marge: I'm the one who told you that!
Homer: Yeah, but this is me talkin'. Look! I already encased the phone in concrete.
Marge: How are you supposed to dial?
Homer: Reach into these holes. I use a carrot.
Marge: Isn't that a little excessive? I mean, how are the buttons dangerous?
Homer: Baby could order poison!

Lisa: Would you bullies be interested in some body guard work?
Nelson: Oh, this is so funny. We were just talking about moving into protection.
Dolph: We're offering a recess and lunch package that's very affordable.

Nelson: Sorry, we don't do girls. They bite and kick and scratch.
Dolph: And sometimes we fall in love.
[The bullies sigh.]
Lisa: Wow, there's so much I don't understand about bullying.
Nelson: Yeah, there's a lot of history there. Did you know is predates agriculture?

Lisa: I just don't understand Francine's motivation. Why does she only go after the smart ones?
Nelson: That's like asking the square root of a million... No one will ever know.

Lisa: Willie, I need to see the school security tapes.
Willie: Security tapes? There's no security tapes!
Lisa: [pointing at a camera] It's hard to miss the cameras.
Willie: Aye. Willie's a stinkin' liar.

Lisa: Why does the school need to watch us all the time?
Willie: School?

[[[Milhouse]], Martin and Database, all shirtless, are exercising on StairMasters.]
Lisa: Come on people! Move it! I want to see some sweat!
Martin: I'm not mastering another step until you explain the purpose of this monstrous experiment.
Lisa: I believe the key to bully-nerd antagonism lies in your drippings.
Martin: Then I shall drip like a pot roast.
Lisa: Excellent. Now don't mind the squeegee. [she scrapes sweat off of Martin's body]

Principal Skinner: Thank you, Drederick Tatum. That was truly a K.O. - Knockout Oration. Heh.
Edna Krabappel: [flirting] Need a ride home?
Drederick Tatum: You really don't want that. Trust me.
Lisa: Mr. Tatum, do you mind if I swab you with this damp rag?
Drederick Tatum: No, not at all. Swab away.
[Lisa pulls out a beaker and starts pouring something onto the rag.]
Drederick: Whoa, whoa! Nobody mentioned a beaker.
Lisa: Please? It's for science.
Drederick: Oh, for science! In that case, proceed.

Scientist: The Problem? UFOs! [holds up a fake UFO on a string] The solution? This! [cuts string]
Marge: That's quite an act to follow, Lisa.
Lisa: [stepping onto stage] I know, and the crowd is so distinguished. The inventor of the walkie-talkie is out there.
Marge: [stepping after Lisa] Where?
Lisa: Third row, near the aisle.
Marge: [gasps] Ooh, you're right. And that's not his wife.

Lisa: But why do the bullies prey on the brainy? Is it jealousy? [the scientists murmur assent] No! The reason is chemical. [the scientists murmur disagreement]
Male researcher: Tha-that's impossible! Chemicals are our friends.
Dr. C. Everett Koop: She's a witch!

Lisa: I have isolated the chemical which is emitted by every geek, dork and four-eyes. I call is 'Poindextrose'.

[When Lisa shows off her Bully repellent.]
Scientist: The little girl's invented some kind of bully repellent!
Lisa: [holding up an atomizer] Actually, it's just ordinary salad dressing.
Marge: So that's where that went.
Lisa: The pungent vinegar and tangy Roquefort blocked the smell receptors, rendering the bully harmless.
Homer: So all her bullying was just to get some attention.
Lisa: No, Dad! Didn't you listen to anything I said?
Homer: Just to get some attention.

[Lisa notices Francine wearing a nose clip.]
Lisa: That time she looked right at me and didn't touch me. Hmm. [gasps] Of course. The nose clip. Hey, Willie.I think I'm onto something. Check this out. [Francine enters the room and slowly approaches her] Not talking, eh, Willie? Just listen then. I think I figured out what sets off that big ape Francine. Willie? Willie? [grabs Lisa] Whoa! [Francine punches Lisa in the stomach and face and she is crying out and faints and Willie gives a thumbs up at the camera]
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