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

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

Quimby: [Advising Marge] There's no 'mayor' in 'marriage'. There almost is. It's really close.

Kent Brockman: This is Kent Brockman on location among the good people of Springfield.
[Kent is behind a security glass]
Man: Coward!
Kent Brockman: Because today, we celebrate beautiful Skyline Park, a reclamation project built atop the ruins of the Springfield Monorail.
Crowd: [chanting] Monorail. Monorail. Monorail. Monorail.
Kent Brockman: No, they're not building a new monorail.
Lenny: Why not? This one couldn't fail.
Crowd: [chanting] Couldn't fail. Couldn't fail.
Kent Brockman: No, we're repurposing the old monorail track into a completely new and original feature we ripped off from New York: the Springfield Skypark-Line.

Sebastian Cobb: The monorail-- it's alive! I warned you not to...
[Gets run over by the monorail]

Quimby: On the positive side, with this disaster, we have surpassed Detroit and Kabul as the world's most unlucky city.

Marge: I can't believe Mayor Quimby talking down to me like that. And by the way, women don't wear girdles anymore. We wear Spanx and other shapewear.
Homer: [scoffs] Tell me about it. [removes some shapewear]
Lisa: People think we've moved on, but this world is as sexist as ever.
Homer: Thanks, Obama.
Marge: What's so great about Quimby anyway? I could cut a ribbon. And I could make it curl nicely using the edge of the giant scissors.
Lisa: You'd be a great mayor, Mom. You're organized, you manage the budget, and thanks to Dad, you're an expert on the court system.
Homer: Fun fact: being a defendant gets you out of jury duty. [chuckles]
Lisa: Mom, this is our time. Wonder Woman showed that if you're a goddess with superpowers, there's no limit to what you can do. You could be mayor!
Homer: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. A woman prime minister, okay. Women Ghostbusters, cool. Woman head of the Federal Reserve, as far as I'm concerned, what's that? But a woman mayor?
Bart: If Mom becomes mayor, we can get away with anything.

Julio: Marge, this town is ready for a change. Quimby has been mayor, like, forever.

Homer: [after Marge urges him to be more like Lisa] My boyfriend is broccoli!

Homer: I am not a whale! I am a man with blubber, and several harpoon scars!

Helen Lovejoy: She's completely cooked. Unlike the children she brought to the potluck.
Rev. Lovejoy: Oh, Helen is a bitter as the lemonade she brought to the potluck. What a terrible potluck that was.
Sideshow Mel: Why wasn't this a town hall event? I like to see them balance on the stools.

Season 29 Quotes
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