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(TV Series)

(1998)

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[last lines]

Narrator: So the children learned how to function as a society, and eventually they were rescued by, oh, let's say... Moe.

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Homer Simpson: Oh, they have the internet on computers now!

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Principal Skinner: Order! Order! Do you kids wanna be like the real U.N., or do you just wanna squabble and waste time?

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Marge Simpson: What exactly is it your company does again?

Homer Simpson: This industry moves so fast it's really hard to tell. That's why I need a name that's cutting-edge, like CutCo, EdgeCom, Interslice. Come on, Marge, you're good at these! Help me out!

Marge Simpson: How about... Compuglobalhypermeganet?

Homer Simpson: Fine, it's not important. What really matters is my title. I think I'll make myself... vice president. No, wait! Junior vice president!

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Principal Skinner: Okay, kids. Otto's in charge! Remember, Otto. We're trusting you with our greatest natural resource... the school bus.

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Lisa: All we found were these oozing berries, and they look pretty poisonous.

Ralph: I ated the purple berries... oooh, oohh

[falls to ground]

Ralph: ooohhh.

Lisa: How are they Ralph? Good?

Ralph: They taste like... burning.

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Bart: Woah! God is so in your face!

Homer Simpson: Yeah, he's my favorite fictional character.

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Bart Simpson: And every night the monkey butlers will regale us with jungle stories.

Nelson: How many monkey butlers will there be?

Bart Simpson: One at first, but he'll train others.

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Homer Simpson: Welcome to the internet, my friend, how can I help you?

Comic Book Guy: I'm interested in upgrading my 28.8 kilobaud internet connection to a 1.5 megabit fiber optic T1 line. Will you be able to provide an IP router that's compatible with my token ring ethernet LAN configuration?

Homer Simpson: [stares blankly for a few seconds] Can I have some money now?

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Principal Skinner: Okay, delegates, you leave tomorrow for the statewide Model U.N., so this is our last chance to bone up. And bone we will!

[all the kids, except Lisa, laugh]

Bart Simpson: Lighten up, Lise.

Principal Skinner: Finland, let's see that native dance.

[Martin gets up and begins dancing]

Principal Skinner: Smile more. Work that pelvis. No, too much smile. Sit down.

[Martin sits down]

Principal Skinner: Poland, tell us about your nation's achievements

Milhouse Van Houten: Well, uh, I heard they sent a rocket to the sun once... at night! And there was that submarine, with the screen doors...

Principal Skinner: No, no, no, no, no. Young man, you need to do some serious boning!

[only Lisa laughs]

Bart Simpson: Oh, grow up, Lise.

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Chief Wiggum: Good luck, Ralphy. If your nose starts bleeding, it means you're picking it too much. Or not enough.

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Homer Simpson: [on the phone] Uh, can't make it in today, Mr. Smithers. I have smallpox. Well, it wasn't wiped out in my house!

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Homer Simpson: [reading an envelope in his mailbox] "Flancrest Enterprizses"?

Ned Flanders: Oops. That's for me. Flancrest Enterprises is my home business,

Homer Simpson: You liar! You don't have a home business! Why would you make up a lie like that?

Ned Flanders: No, it's true. Maude and I sell religious hook rugs over the internet.

Homer Simpson: Internet, eh?

Ned Flanders: Yes, indeedy. Making some good scratch too.

Homer Simpson: Scratch, eh?

Ned Flanders: Yep.

Homer Simpson: Maude, eh?

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Milhouse Van Houten: I can't go on, you two go ahead... and carry me with you!

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[Bart has just described the island paradise he envisages]

Nelson: How many monkey butlers will there be?

Bart: One at first. But he'll train others.

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[Homer is using butter as a pencil holder]

Marge: Is that my butter?

Homer: Can't talk - taking another delicious memo.

[Licks tip of pencil as if about to write]

Homer: Mmmmm... memo.

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Principal Skinner: Order, order. Do you kids wanna be like the real UN or do you just wanna squabble and waste time?

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Bill Gates: I didn't get rich by signing checks.

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Lisa: Oh, figs.

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See also

Trivia | Goofs | Crazy Credits | Alternate Versions | Connections | Soundtracks

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