The Simpsons/Season 31

season of television series

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The Simpsons (1989–present) is an American animated sitcom broadcast by the Fox Broadcasting Company created by Matt Groening. The series is a satirical depiction of American life, epitomized by the Simpson family.

The Winter of Our Monetized Content edit

Homer Simpson: They say Muhammad Ali was the greatest of all time, but he never fought Cassius Clay.

Homer Simpson: Oh my God, a hipster! Marge, get him a microbrew, quick!

Go Big or Go Homer edit

Marge: [sniff, sniff] Are you wearing my perfume?
Homer: I like it on you, you like it on me.

Mike: I can't believe it! I'm 35 and I'm at the foot of the world's greatest bababoo!

Mike: Hey, Lenny, you duck-faced psycho!
Carl: I'm Carl!

The Fat Blue Line edit

Treehouse of Horror XXX edit

Marge: Len, Stop.

Gorillas on the Mast edit

Marge the Lumberjill edit

Livin' la Pura Vida edit

Thanksgiving of Horror edit

Todd, Todd, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me? edit

Ned: Ralph, what would you say?
Ralph: I would say, Baby Jesus, thank you for dying for our shins.

Bobby: It's Cold Outside edit

Hail to the Teeth edit

Brandine: That's your brother. He prefers the pronoun "they", on account of the twin he absorbed in my belly.

The Miseducation of Lisa Simpson edit

Bart: Skins? That's how boys play dress-up.

Frinkcoin edit

Mr. Burns: "I'm the richest man in a town of 32,000 people."

Bart the Bad Guy edit

Screenless edit

Better Off Ned edit

Highway to Well edit

The Incredible Lightness of Being a Baby edit

Warrin' Priests (Part One) edit

Warrin' Priests (Part Two) edit

The Hateful Eight-Year-Olds edit

The Way of the Dog edit

External links edit

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