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For other couch gags by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, see Stoopid Buddy Stoodios Couch Gag.

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Couch Gag Information
Duration: 1:52
First appearance: "The Many Saints of Springfield"

"Yarn" is a couch gag by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.


Homer sits on the couch when he notices a thread sticking out. Homer pulls on the thread and ends up falling into the couch, where he becomes a yarn version of himself. Homer meets an old Mickey Mantle rookie card in the couch, which Homer calls the greatest treasure of his youth. Homer then notices a Rubik's Cube and rips the Mickey Mantle card so he can go to the Rubik's Cube instead. After turning it once to try and solve it, Homer becomes frustrated at the Rubik's Cube. Homer then hears a voice and recognizes it as ALF, who is on the cover of a TV Guide. Homer tells ALF that he was cancelled too soon, but ALF says that he was cancelled at the right time.

In the outside world, Marge is looking for Homer. Homer hears her calling for him and tells ALF that he should go. Everyone tells Homer that he can't go as he's part of the couch now, and a lot of lost snacks also try and stop Homer from leaving. Marge finds the thread that Homer found and starts to pull it out. Homer jumps on a spring and jumps up to grab the thread as Marge pulls it out all the way. When Homer comes back into the outside world, he's still made of thread. Snowball II then attacks him.