LABF15 - Bart Gets a 'Z'

Edna: This will be a good day. This will be a good day. This will be a good day.

Nelson: Text Uncle. Text Uncle.

Edna: You're children. Why do you all need cell phones?

Milhouse: Safety.

Nelson: Emergencies.

Kearney: Safety.

Jimbo: Educational.

Nelson: My stroked-out grandfather has more memory than that thing.

Homer: Okay. Now I'll be the dog, and you be the daddy.

Edna: Hey! You know why they call it a choir? Because choir we listening to this crap? These pantyhose are all twisted up.

Skinner: You made quite a nanny goat of yourself yesterday.

Nelson: I bet it was that hamster medicine we added that put her over the edge.

Milhouse: That text was totally worth the 15 cents it cost to receive it.

Zachary: Are you telling me you memorized that fact when anyone with a cell phone can find it out in 30 seconds?

Martin: I've crammed my head full of garbage!

Disco Stu: Disco Stu is about more than just disco. Huh! I'm also... super Christian!

Homer: OK, look, there's a big football game on tonight, so we can get this thing over real quick. Show me some of Bart's artwork, give me a little false hope, and here's a little something to help with his grades. I'm not asking for A's, just incompletes.

Homer: It will be his last birthday if he keeps drawing pictures like this.

Homer: You're the first teacher that ever got me.

Bart: Well, it's funny, really. I'm the one who put booze in your coffee and got you fired.

Enda: You did what?!

Bart: Please don't kill me.

Edna: No matter what you've done, I always thought there was a spark of decency in you, Bart Simpson, but I was wrong. I never thought I'd say this to a child, but you are bad on the inside.

Bart: Dad, am I bad on the inside?

Homer: No... but the layers of bad on your surface go almost all the way to the center.

Homer: Great. Go nuts. But remember, we never had this discussion.

Bart: What discussion?

Homer: The one we just had about you doing bad things, you stupid kid!...Oh.

Skinner: Bart, you deserve a reward for telling the truth. And that reward will be in the form of a severe punishment.

Willie: It's always the good ones that go crazy the fastest.