The Simpsons: Season 7, Episode 18

The Day the Violence Died (17 Mar. 1996)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy
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Bart and Lisa meet a homeless person who claims to have created Itchy, one half of the cat and mouse team of their favorite cartoon series, "Itchy & Scratchy."

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Bart and Lisa meet a homeless person who claims to have created Itchy, one half of the cat and mouse team of their favorite cartoon series, "Itchy & Scratchy."

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Kirk Douglas' last role before suffering a stroke that impaired his speech. See more »

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Krusty: Well, Itchy & Scratchy are gone. But here's a cartoon that tried to make learning fun! Sorry about this, kids. But stay tuned! We've got some real good toy commercials coming right up, I swear.
Kid: Hey, who left all this garbage on the steps of Congress?
The Amendment: I'm not garbage.
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The Amendment: I'm an Amendment to be, yes an Amendment to be, and I'm hoping that they'll ratify me. There's a lot of flag burners who have got too much freedom. I wanna make it legal for policeman to beat'em, cause there's limits to ...
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Spoofs Schoolhouse Rock!: I'm Just a Bill (1975) See more »

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The Sidewalks of New York
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Music by Charles Lawlor
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Wonderful Episode
11 September 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It was such a terrific Simpsons episode because it is a great one. That old man Chester got his 800 million dollars after Bart Simpson showed proof that Chester invented Itchy and Scratchy for his first film in 1919. Even if I had 800 million dollars,I would get myself cash-able anytime savings bonds and live on the interest from the Toronto Dominion Bank. Three percent or higher from 800 million is over 24 million dollars interest. Why would Chester have someone build a solid gold house and buy a rocket car? Chester would put a million dollars in a Springfield bank and put the rest in savings bonds so he can live on the interest. He should be in a luxury air-conditioned apartment as a suggestion. He should hire a limo chauffeur, a maid, a chef and nurse. That is what I would do with 800 million dollars.


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