The Simpsons Quotes: "The Great Wife Hope"

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Last night The Simpsons took on the popular sport known as MMA and even had Chuck Liddell guest star.  The episode, entitled, "The Great Wife Hope" saw the entire male population of Springfield becoming obsessed with the sport.

Always ready to be a kill joy, Marge and her friends began to petition the sport and soon Marge found herself in the ring going up against the creator of the sport.  Yeah, makes sense to us.

Marge Takes the Mic

While the plotline was a little out there, the episode did lead to some of the following of The Simpsons quotes:

Groundskeeper Willie: Come on ya pansies, I've seen fiercer fights in parliament
Sideshow Mel: What is this, prime minister's question time? | permalink
Homer [to Bart]: I know we saw awesome beatdowns tonight, but remember don't try this at home. Do it at the school yard, someplace where if you get hurt, we can sue. And not just them, but the school, the county, the state and that jackass Joe Biden | permalink
Marge: Ultimate makes everything worse
Otto: Not frisbee!
Marge: Otto, don't you have a sack to hackey? | permalink
Ticket Scalper: I am not a scalper, I'm just a dude whose 200 friends did not show up | permalink
Homer [to Marge]: Of all the crazy things I've ever done, this is the craziest and you're doing it! | permalink
Lisa: This goes against every feminist bone in my body, but dad, can't you control your woman? | permalink
Marge [about Homer]: Is he okay?
Akira: He feels no pain. Oh I'm sorry, my English is not so good. I meant to say he feels only pain | permalink

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The Simpsons Quotes

Homer: (Wearing glasses) The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side!
Man: (From inside a bathroom stall.) That's a right triangle, you idiot!
Homer: D'oh!

You know, you remind me of a poem I can't remember, and a song that may never have existed, and a place I'm not sure I've ever been to.