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The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be/Gags

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Season 29 Episode Gags
623 "Grampy Can Ya Hear Me"
"The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be"
"Singin' in the Lane" 625

Couch gag[edit]

Another Couch Gag Classic
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Couch Gag Information
Duration: 00:43
First appearance: "The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be"


In a black and white mute movie setting, the Simpson family arrives at the couch gag and Lisa points at it and says "Look Father! A couch!". Marge remarks "Proper young ladies don't point!". Homer checks his pocket watch and says "Now it's 8 a.m. You kids get to work!".

Bart and Lisa go to work at the Coal Mine (through the children's entrance), but Marge follows them in saying "Kids! Kids! You forgot your sister!" and gives them Maggie. Descending the elevator, they find themself in Hell. Lisa exclaims "Uh-oh! Too far!", while Bart goes on to dance next to the devils exclaiming "Well, I'm staying here.". A final text onscreen says "Another Couch Gag Classic. Filmed in Simpsorama MCMXVII".

Season 29 Episodes
The Serfsons* Springfield Splendor* Whistler's Father* Treehouse of Horror XXVIII* Grampy Can Ya Hear Me The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be Singin' in the Lane* Mr. Lisa's Opus* Gone Boy Haw-Haw Land* Frink Gets Testy* Homer Is Where the Art Isn't* 3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage Fears of a Clown No Good Read Goes Unpunished* King Leer* Lisa Gets the Blues* Forgive and Regret* Left Behind* Throw Grampa from the Dane* Flanders' Ladder*