(At Moe's Tavern, Moe shows the denizens a Little Rascals poster with him in it)
Barney: Whoa! You mean, you were one of the original Little Rascals?
Homer: Which one were you? The ugly one? (Moe glares at Homer) Were you the ugly one?
Moe: No... I was the tough kid, Smelly. My shtick was looking into an exhaust pipe and getting a faceful of soot. Nobody could do that better than me. Of course, it was kind of hard to think of reasons for me to look in that exhaust pipe every time, but, you know, we had good writers. William Faulkner could write an exhaust pipe gag that would really make you think.
Barney: If you were such a big shot, why aren't you still making movies? (Moe turns away and thinks sadly) Moe? Moe!
(in a flashback, the Little Rascals are playing marbles when young Moe flicks one into an exhaust pipe)
Young Moe: Oh, no! My favorite Aggie! (prepares to run to the exhaust pipe, but Alfalfa does so instead) Huh?
(Alfalfa looks into the exhaust pipe and gets a faceful of soot; young Moe angrily jumps on him and smashes his head into the ground)
Young Moe: You stole my bit, you! That's my bit! Ooh! Ooh! You stole my bit!
Man: Cut! Oh my God! He's killed the original Alfalfa.
(back to present)
Moe: Yeah. Luckily, Alfalfa was an orphan owned by the studio.
Denizens: (together) Oh! I see. That makes sense.
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