[Bart releases the bumper] Homer: [calmly] Kidding! Homer: No burning leaves without a permit! [5] [6] In " Bart's Dog Gets an F " (season two, 1991), he manages to infuriate the entire family by … Since the police can't seem to get off their dufferoonies to do something about this burglarino, I think it's time we started our own neighborhood watch... eroony! “D'oooooooooooooome! A short scene from episode 3, season 13, of the Simpsons. Bart has also been on the cover on numerous comics, such as "Critical Hit", "Simpsons Treasure Trove #11", and "Winter Wingding". Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. The Dome could easily crush people when coming down, as one unfortunate person … Homer: (approaching a man playing a sax) Hey, buddy. South Park, Simpsons) "Radio Bart" is the thirteenth episode of The Simpsons ' third season. !” Homer Simpson[src] The Dome was a gigantic glass dome placed over Springfield by the EPA. Bart also has a 100-issue comic series entitled the Simpson Comics Presents Bart Simpson. The Simpsons (1989) - S12E08 Comedy - Yarn is the best way to find video clips by quote. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 9, 1992. In various episodes, Santa's Little Helper can be seen chewing on newspapers and other objects in the Simpsons' household, destroying furniture, and digging holes in the backyard. Video genre: Cartoon for adults (e.g. Bart is loosely based on Matt Groening and his older brother, Mark Groening. "The Simpsons" Radio Bart (TV Episode 1992) Dan Castellaneta as Homer Simpson, Teen in Commercial, Board Chairman in Commercial, Krusty the Clown, Sideshow Mel, Jake the Barber, Wall E. Weasel, Signor Beaverotti, Santa's Little Helper, Groundskeeper Willie, Cop, Falconer, Channel 6 … The Simpsons was never intended to be a long-form narrative that would last for thirty years.The early years of the show were dogged with controversy from all fronts, with moral guardians hating The Simpsons for promoting the disobedient Bart Simpson as the lead of the show.It was only due to the massive success of the show that it avoided being canceled. Man: I got one. Easily move forward or backward to get to the perfect spot. # commercial # snickers # super bowl ad # super bowl 2020 # dig a hole # sports # football # sport # nfl # touchdown # homer simpson # bart simpson # episode 3 # season 13 # 13x03 Then I'm gonna bury you in a shallow grave! It was a crisis so bad, it had its own name and theme music, Trappuccino. We can do that, we have a special friendship! [Bart pushes down] Homer: [angry] I'm gonna double-kill you! Man: Sears. “Bart, this is Dr. Kaufman. I don't think there's any point in the episode where it's explained, unless I missed something here. Why was Bart digging a hole in Homer The Moe? He's a special kind of talking doctor.” Marge Simpson Dr. Bob Kaufman is a psychiatrist. Video length: 2 minutes 10 seconds. Homer: Get him! It is an almost impenetrable object that was put over Springfield due to it being the most polluted town in the World. I'm kidding! Where'd you get that saxophone? 08-16-2003, 01:02 PM #2 [Bart releases the bumper] Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share. Homer the Vigilante Flanders: Welcome, neighbors. In the episode, Bart receives a microphone that transmits sound to nearby AM radios.To play a prank on the citizens of Springfield, he lowers a radio down a well and uses the microphone to trick the town into thinking a little boy is trapped there. Video source: The Simpsons - Bart Digging. Bart is digging a hole and nobody knows why, not even him? Then I'm gonna dig you up and kill you again: that's the beauty of a shallow grave! Marge had him come over to the Simpsons' house to see Bart when he was digging an uncontrollable hole in the backyard.

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