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Homer Simpson, Grampa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Krusty the Clown, Groundskeeper Willie, and others
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Lou, and others
Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, Waylon Smithers, Kent Brockman, and others
Marge Simpson, Patty Bouvier, and Selma Bouvier
Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, Todd Flanders, and others
Milhouse Van Houten, Rod Flanders, Jimbo Jones, and others
Agnes Skinner, Brandine Del Roy, Dolph and others
Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Miss Hoover, and others
Goof: The first time Jasper is seen among the church congregation singing Bart's "hymn", his beard is missing, but when he is seen again about a minute later, it's back.
The names that Homer suggests for Moe's family restaurant are: Chairman Moe's Magic Wok and Madman Moe's Pressure Cooker.
Goof: When Milhouse snitches on Bart, Martin's hair is gray.
The marquee outside of the church reads: "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Salvation"
The shot of Bart sitting up in his bed screaming is stock footage from "Treehouse of Horror II".
Reverend Lovejoy says that the congregation will be singing "In the Garden of Eden" by Iron Butterfly, even though the paper he's holding clearly says "Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida."
(Dr. Hibbert and his family, looking for a place to eat, wander into Moe's, not realizing it's a tavern)
Dr. Hibbert: Oh, I'm sorry, I thought this was a family restaurant.
Moe: Oh, it is, just uh...pull them stools up to the pool table.
Dr. Hibbert's Daughter: Daddy, this place smells like tinkle.
Dr. Hibbert: Mmhmm, I think we'll just go to the Texas Cheesecake Depository.
Moe: I could make this into a place where you wouldn't be ashamed to bring your family.
Homer: I'm not ashamed.
(Homer puts Maggie on the counter)
Moe: Hey, put a coaster under that.
Kirk Van Houten: Milhouse, give him back his soul, I've got work tomorrow!
(Near the end of Bart's soul nightmare...)
Sherri and Terri: (chanting) Bart it's time to end this dream,
And don't forget the standard scream!
Bart: (waking up) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!
Homer: Hey, Marge. Remember when we used to make out to this hymn?
(He and Marge began to laugh quietly to themselves.)
Dr. Hibbert: All right, where would you kids like to eat tonight?
Kid #1: The Spaghetti Laboratory!
Kid #2: Face Stuffers!
Kid #3: Professor P. J. Cornucopia's Fantastic Foodmagorium and Great American Steakery!
Dr. Hibbert: How about this place?..."Moe's"
Comic Book Guy: (referring to Lisa) I don't know who she was, but she certainly had an interest for little boy's souls...
Lisa: I bought it with the change in my piggy bank.
Bart: There's no change in your piggy bank.
Lisa: Not in any of the ones you know about.
(Another million-dollar birthday fries siren goes off)
Moe: Aw, God. (to Sherri) Here you go, here I am! Uncle Moe! Thank you, ma'am. This'll be a treat! Uncle Moe, here I am, while you eat!
Sherri: Yay! Now do it for Terri.
Moe: (to Terri) What, it's your birthday too?
Sherri & Terri: We're twins.
Moe: (sighs) Here you go. Here I am. Eat your fries. Eat 'em.
(dumps the fries on the table and leaves)
Ned Flanders: Now Rod, you can get anything you want for your big ten-0!
Rod Flanders: Million-dollar birthday fries!
(A siren goes off)
Maude Flanders: (reading menu) Moe gets so excited when you order his million-dollar birthday fries, he just has to celebrate.
(Moe jumps out with sparklers and a basket of fries on his head)
Moe: (excitedly) Here you go! Here I am! Uncle Moe! Thank you, ma'am! This'll be a treat! Uncle Moe, here I am, while you eat!
(Rod takes a couple of fries from the basket and eats them)
Moe: Please take the fries off my head, kid. The basket is extremely hot!
Grandma Van Houten: You dial 91, and then when I say so, dial 1 again!
Todd: Ow! My freakin' ears!
Bart: I want my soul, and I want it now!
Homer: Bart! You didn't finish your Spaghetti and Moeballs!
Homer's Brain: Quiet you fool! It could be ours!
Homer: Run boy! Run! Run for your life!
Moe: Hiya folks, welcome to Uncle Moes. Aww, look at all the cute little minors.
Homer: Wow! That's Moe! The guy from the ad!
Moe: Right this way, Homer.
Homer: And he knows my name!
Moe: No c'mon, I need a name that says "friendly all-American cooking."
Homer: How about Chairman Moe's Magic Wok?
Barney: I like it!
Moe: Nah, I want something that says people can have a nice relaxing time.
Homer: I got it! Madman Moe's Pressure Cooker!
Barney: I like it!
Moe: Hey, how about Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag?
Barney: I hate it.
Jimbo: Way to breathe, no breath.
Bart: (to Snowball II) Gee, you're pretty uppity for something that eats bugs all day.
Bart: Well if your soul is real where is it?
Milhouse: (touching his chest) It's kinda in here... and when you sneeze, that's your soul trying to escape. Saying "God bless you" crams it back in. And when you die, it squirms out and flies away!
Bart: What if you die in a submarine, at the bottom of the ocean?
Milhouse: Oh, it can swim. It's even got wheels, in case you die in the desert and it has to drive to the cemetery.
Bart: Hymns here! I got hymns, here! Get 'em while they're holy! Fresh from God's brain to your mouth!
Reverend Lovejoy: (to the kids in Sunday school) I know one of you is responsible for this, so repeat after me: "If I withold the truth, may I go straight to Hell, where I will eat naught but burning hot coals and drink naught but burning hot cola!
Ralph: (scared) Where fiery demons will punch me in the back...
Bart: (bored) ...where my soul will be chopped into confetti and strewn upon a parade of murderers and single mothers...
Milhouse: (slightly nervous) ...where my tongue will be torn out by ravenous birds."
(outside, a crow stares at Milhouse)
Milhouse: Bart did it! That Bart, right there!
Milhouse: Pleasure doing business with you!
Bart: Any time.. chummmmmp.
Chief Wiggum: Ralphie, you stay here in the car while Daddy tries to talk some sense into this raving derelict.
Little Girl: Unky Moe?
Moe: (struggling to control himself) Whaaat... is it, sweetheart?
Little Girl: My sodie is too cold. My teef hurt!
Moe: (mock sympathy) Aw, your "teef" hurt, huh? Your "teef" hurt? (flips out) Well that's too freakin' bad! You hear me? I'll tell you where you can put your freakin' "sodie", too!!
Ad: Come to Uncle Moe's for family fun, it's good good good good, good good good.
Homer: Hmm. Sounds good.
Moe: I got this deep fryer on loan from the U.S. Army. You can roast a buffalo in that in forty seconds.
Homer: Forty seconds? But I want it now!
Milhouse: Remember ALF? He's back... in pog form!
Bart: I know that's funny, but I'm just not laughing.
Lisa: Hmm. Pablo Neruda said: "Laughter is the language of the soul."
Bart: I am familiar with the works of Pablo Neruda.
Bart: (looking at a map) Okay, Milhouse's grandmother lives on 257th Street and I'm on... 3rd.
(The doors at the Kwik-e-Mart don't open for Bart and he hits it, making a smudge-mark of his face.)
Apu: (On the store P.A.) Sanjay to the window with Windex...Sanjay to the window with Windex...Sanjay!
Reverend Lovejoy: Wait a minute.. this sounds like rock and/or roll.
Blackboard Joke: I am not a lean mean spitting machine.
Couch Gag: The family are in Shriner cars. They all pull into a line in front of the TV set and honk their horns twice.
Itchy & Scratchy: "Skinless in Seattle"
Scratchy is walking to the Space Needle in Seattle, with a love letter telling him to meet there. He stands next to it, & Itchy, on top of the Needle, drops a penny off the top; it misses Scratchy. He then gets a lot of Space Needle miniature models, throws them down, & they land in a heart shape around Scratchy. Angry, Itchy saws off the top half of the Space Needle, landing in Scratchy's eye.
Screaming Yellow Zonkers
Moe describes his Southwestern Pizza Fingers as "Awesomely Outrageous," which alludes to the snack food Screaming Yellow Zonkers' slogan: "Outrageously awesome."
Sleepless in Seattle
The title of the Itchy & Scratchy episode, "Skinless in Seattle," is a spoof of the 1993 motion picture Sleepless in Seattle, starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.
As Flanders is leaving "Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag" disgusted over Moe's language, he claims that he expects that kind of language at Denny's. Denny's is the largest full-service family restaurant chain in the United States and it operates in nine countries around the world.
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret
Towards the end of the episode Bart begins a prayer with the words "Are you there, God? It's me, Bart Simpson". This is an allusion to Judy Blume's 1971 book "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret".
On one of the walls of Moe's restaurant is a sled with the word "Rosebud" on it, this is a reference to the 1941 film Citizen Kane.
The opening hymn, "In the Garden of Eden," is a parody of the song "In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida" by Iron Butterfly. This 17-minute song featured the first-ever long drum solo, which is parodied in this episode by the church piano.
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