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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
The picture on the sweater that Cheif Wiggum made was of Big Bird from Sesame Street pushing Elmo into a giant saw blade.
When nitric acid & ethanol are mixed in this episode it produces a toxic gas. In fact, mixing these two chemicals will make a very explosive mixture, not a toxic gas.
The music playing over the scene where Santa's Little Helper, along with the other animals, are in training is from the 1975-1976 television series S.W.A.T..
After Snake got arrested, the court is shown. Near the front entrance you can see a "El Barto" tag.
Even though the pet store owner cut Strangles down to 1 foot, he is still looking longer, after Bart takes him home.
Lou lives in an apartment.
Cheif Wiggum is a good knitter.
Goof: In this episode, Skinner tells the students to line up in accordance to the sum of their last names when each letter is assigned a number according to its place in the alphabet. Bart's place was between Milhouse and Nelson. Van Houten adds up to 120, Muntz adds up to 74, and Simpson adds up to 105. This cannot be correct, because Lisa should be next to Bart. Also there are probably many other last names between 120 and 74. However if we are to say Milhouse's last name is only Houten, it becomes 83, and Bart shouldn't be between them at all.
When Bart tries to walk the cat, and hangs her with the leash, it does no harm to Snowball II.
The music near the beginning of the second act at the dog academy is similar to the music heard throught the season 1 episode "Bart the General". It was written for the movie Patton but is also associated with Police Academy movie series.
The Animal Academy statue has a dog riding a Horse.
This is the second time that a dog of the Simpsons has worked in the field of law enforcement.
This is the second time Stephen Hawking has gotten out of a difficult situation by activating a propeller and flying away; he did the same thing in "They Saved Lisa's Brain."
First episode where Lou, the cop plays a bigger role.
This is the second time that Santa's Little Helper has rescued Homer.
Mrs. Krabappel: Bart, you can't bring a python to school!
Bart: Hey, don't ask me to 'show' if you can't handle the 'tell'.
(The class laughs)
Mrs. Krabappel: Well, I'm going to show you to the principal, and tell him about all about it.
(No one laughs)
Mrs. Krabappel: Mine was as funny as his!
Nelson: No one's arguing with you, lady, now can we just learn something?
Microsoft Paper Clip: You look like you're trying to eat me. Need some help?
Bart: Hey Lis, wanna touch Strangles? He's not slimy at all, he's scaly.
Lisa: (After touching the snake) Eww! He is slimy!
Bart: That's because I soaked him in slime!
(lost in the corn maze)
Lisa: Dad, why don't you throw me in the air and I can see which way is out? (he does) Corn. (again) More corn. (again) Another kid getting thrown in the air. (again) Witches' coven. (again) Seattle Space Needle. (again) Amateur production of You Can't Take It With You. (again) Oh, I'm getting dizzy. (again) And corn again.
Bart: Oh man! It's like the chemicals cut one!
Judge Snyder: You stand accused of giving hope to scrawny young men. How do you plead?
Snake: Guilty… of being innocent!
(Crowd laughs, Santa's Little Helper growls)
Lou: (to Santa's Little Helper) Nobody stays when you say freeze, you might as well say run.
Brandine: (to Cletus) You gave that hog a day of beauty and you give me nothing!
(lost in the corn maze)
Marge: Maybe we should split up.
Homer: Split up? Marge, no, we can fix this marriage!
Marge: No, no, I didn't mean--
Homer: Fine, you want out? Then go, I can make it on my own! Before I met you, I had friends and dreams!
Marge: I was talking about--
Homer: Oh, please take me back! (sobbing) The dating scene is a nightmare! I'm begging you!
Marge: I just meant we should split up to get out of this corn maze.
Homer: Deep down, I-- I guess I knew that.
Marge: Now, there must be a way out.
Homer: Of our marriage? I don't want to live! (runs off screaming)
Homer: (offscreen) Hey, this maze is made of corn.
Homer: (To Man, Gasping) You stuffed your horn?
Bart: (About his new python) He is so awesome I already love him more than Lisa!
Lisa: What if Santa's Little Helper stops being a police dog, then he can get a non-violent job like barking songs on novelty Christmas records. You can do it, boy!
(Santa's Little Helper's barks 'The Dreidel Song')
Lisa: No, boy, that's Hannukah!
Bart: I miss Santa's Little Helper. I wanted him to be a police dog, but now he has no time for me. I even have to eat my own homework.
Homer: D'oh! Why do things that happen to stupid people keep happening to me?
Homer: There sure is a lot of corn in this parking lot.
Lisa: Dad, we're in the MAZE!
Farmer: Wagon wheels were the Internet of the 19th century!
Blackboard Joke: Pearls are not oyster barf.
Couch Gag: Everyone runs in and sits on the couch. Then another set of Simpsons comes in and squeezes onto the couch. More and more sets of the family come in until they fill up the entire house and start falling out the windows. Homer yells, "Don't shove!"
In Bart's fantasy sequence, Santa's Little Helper looked like RoboCop and then transforms like a Transformer, after Bart told him to do so.
In Bart's fantasy sequence, he sees Santa's Little Helper rescue him from Jason Voorhees and Pinhead, of Friday the 13th and Hellraiser respectively.
The song played when Santa's Little Helper looks for Homer in the maze is Korn's "Freak On A Leash". This might be a pun on the fact that the maze is built inside a corn field.
Willie: That'll do snake, that'll do.
This is a reference to a similar line at the end of 1995 film Babe: "That'll do pig, that'll do."
Title: Is a take on the 1992 film Stop Or My Mom Will Shoot.
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