Marge Simpson, Patty Bouvier, and Selma Bouvier
Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, Waylon Smithers, Kent Brockman, and others
Homer Simpson, Grampa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Krusty the Clown, Groundskeeper Willie, and others
Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, Todd Flanders, and others
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Lou, and others
Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Miss Hoover, and others
Agnes Skinner, Brandine Del Roy, Dolph and others
When Homer and Marge draw up at the fancy house, the letters on the "twenty two" sign are on two lines, but when they go through the door of the house, the words are on one line
When Homer makes his comment about how animated shows don't pay the actors anything, his body shakes like he's laughing long before you can hear him laugh.
In the mall you see Ruth Powers (the woman in the red bandana), then she walks in front of herself as the crowd gathers around Homer.
(Arriving at a party thrown by Springfield's elite)
Marge: And look at the house number! It's spelled out in letters!
Homer: Honey, from now on, everything is gonna be spelled in letters.
Begley: Hang in there, Max. Saving the environment is a hard, grueling job.
Homer: That's what I'm saying! See Marge, this guy gets it.
Homer: Oh, this is the worst party ever!
Marge: I don't know. Remember that New Year's Eve at Lenny's? He didn't even have a clock.
Homer: Uh, oh. Here comes Lorne Michaels. Pretend you don't see him.
Lorne: Ah, Max Power. Trent said I absolutely must meet you. This is fabulous …
Homer: Anyway, Marge, how do you feel about the economy?
(Lorne walks away dejected)
Burns: Ah! Max Power! How's every little thing?
Homer: You remembered my name!
Burns: Well, who could forget the name of a magnetic individual like you? Keep up the good work, Max!
Homer: Mr. Power.
Burns: Yes, of course. Mr. Power.
Grampa: Oh, wait a minute. The family name is my legacy to you. I got it from my father, and he got it from his father, and he traded a mule for it! And that mule went on to save Spring Break!
Lisa: Max Power?
Homer: Dynamic, isn't it?
Bart: I love it, Max.
Marge: You changed your name without consulting me?
Homer: That's the way Max Power is, Marge. Decisive, Uncompromising! And rude!
Homer: The whole town's laughing at me. Even that cat out there! Bart, kill that cat!
Homer: And that big yellow flower!
Marge: Homer, your growing insanity is starting to worry me. Why don't you talk to the producers of the show? Maybe they'll make your character suave again.
Homer: Hmm … I guess I could. But while I'm gone, keep an eye on that weird-looking kid down there.
Homer: Yeah. "Bart."
Carl: Hey, Mr. Simpson, sir, can I get your autograph?
Homer: All right, what's the name?
Carl: Uh, Homer, we've worked together for ten years. (Homer stares at him blankly) It's Carl. (Homer writes on notepad) You only wrote my name. Um, I wanted yours.
Homer: Take it or leave it … (reads notepad) Carl.
Homer: (on phone) Hello? Yes, this is the original Homer Simpson. Who is this?… The Debbie Pinson, who was the Homecoming Queen at high school?…Yes, I'm still available.
Marge: (takes phone) No, he's not!
Homer: Marge that was Debbie Pinson! Deb-bie Pin-son!!
Marge: No dating!
Bart: (watching police cops) This isn't bad.
Homer: Isn't bad? Tell me one thing mankind has ever done that's any better?
Lisa: The Renaissance?
Homer: This is better.
Criminal #1: Let's get this bank back to our hideout and we'll break into it later.
(suddenly, a car pulls up.)
Criminal #1: It's the cops!
Criminal #2: Worse. The Police Cops.
TV Announcer: The start of television's second most exciting season -- midseason is just two hundred exciting seconds away!
Homer: Dog? Cat?
Bart: Taped and corked.
Max Power: Max Power.
Trent: Hey, great name!
Max Power: Thanks. I got it off a hair dryer!
Homer: He's named like my name!
Chief Wiggum: (to Homer) Well, if it isn't that stupid cop from TV. (Picks his ear with his pistol) Ahh, yeah.
Marge: But I married Homer Simpson! I don't want to snuggle with Max Power.
Homer: You don't snuggle with Max Power, you strap yourself in and feel the G's!
Homer: Amimation's better because they don't have to pay the actors squat!
Ned Flanders: (In a completely different voice): Plus they can replace them and no one can tell the diddlely difference!
Man: So, where to eat. You like thai?
Homer: Tie good, you like shirt?
Homer: Kids, there's three ways to do things. The right way, the wrong way, and the Max Power way!
Bart: Isn't that the wrong way?
Homer: Yeah, but faster!
Homer: (singing) Max Power, he's the man whose name you'd love to touch, but you mustn't touch!
His name sounds good in your ear, but when you say it, you mustn't fear!
Cause his name can be said, by anyone!
Homer: To Max Power, every letter is as important as the first one! Or is it more important? No, as important.
Man: Did you have lunch yet?
Max Power: Yeah… but I usually have three or four of them.
Marge: Are you sure it's a federal law that I have to dance with you?
Bill Clinton: You know I'd change that law if I could Marge… but, I can't!
(men blabbing into Clinton's ear)
Bill Clinton: Oh shoot, Quebec got the bomb! Well I gotta go…
According the season one DVD commentary, there is a Homer Simpson who works in a nuclear plant in Georgia and has had problems with people confusing him with the cartoon character. This episode's storyline is very similar to this.
Blackboard Joke: No one cares about my sciatica.
Couch Gag: Marge takes a laundry basket into the living room and hangs Homer, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie out to dry.
The TV show Police Cops is a clearly homage to Miami Vice. Also Homer Simpson and his partner resemble Sonny Crockett and Rico Tubbs.
Producer: He's a street smart fish-out-of-water in a world he never made.
The "A World He Never Made" line possibly refers to Howard the Duck's comic book's banner line "Trapped in A World He Never Made". Howard was a sarcastic duck who was from another planet & was in this world's version of Cleveland.
Chief Wiggum: Eddie, swab this joker's eyes with mace.
Humboldt County sheriff's deputies used this torturous technique of swabbing the eyes with pepper spray on four non-violent protesters at a sit-in in a congressman's office in Eureka, California in 1996. The protesters were there because of an agreement allowing logging of redwood forests in Northern California.
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