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
Lionel Hutz, Troy McClure and Additional Voices
Milhouse Van Houten, Rod Flanders, Jimbo Jones, and others
At the wind power stand, an electric fan blows air on the windmill, turning the blades.
The sign at the nuclear power plant stand reads: "As Seen On 60 Minutes"
The sign at the National Energy Convention burns out.
A sign outside the hotel reads: "Legionnaires' Disease-Free Since 1990"
Maggie does not appear in this episode
On Homer and Mindy"s Desk at the Energy Convention there are copies of Mr. Burns' book "Will There Ever Be A Rainbow?"
When Homer is reading to Mindy the smeared words from his hand, you can hear him say "Nam myo ho ren ge kyo", which is a Japanese Buddhist chant.
Female Department of Labor Officer: This power plant violates every labor law in the book. We found a missing soccer team from Brazil working in the reactor core!
Mr. Burns: That plane crashed on my property!
Smithers: Someone is charging room service to the company, sir.
Mr. Burns: Well, we'll just see about that!
(Mr. Burns walks over to a cage full of winged monkeys and opens it.)
Mr. Burns: Fly, my pretties, fly!
(The monkeys jump out the window, and fall to the ground.)
Mr. Burns: (Sighs) Continue the research.
Lisa: Well from the words in your song, you're smitten by a woman named Mindy… or a man named Andy.
Homer: (about Mindy) Temptress! I also bet she thinks that Ziggy has gotten preachy over the years.
Homer: Even the Chinese are against me.
Mindy: Well, desserts aren't always right.
Homer: But they're so sweet!
Lisa: Dad, why are you singing?
Homer's Brain: Tell a lie, tell a lie.
Homer: Uh, because I have a small role in a Broadway musical. It's not much, but it's a start.
Homer's Brain: (sarcastically) Bravo. (slow clapping)
Newton: Homer, I'm your guardian angel. I've assumed the form of someone you'd recognize and revere: Sir Isaac Newton.
Homer: Sir Isa-who-who?
Lenny: Aw, if they hire a woman we won't be able to spit on the floor.
Carl: And we can't take off our pants when it gets real hot.
Homer: And we won't be able to pee in the drinking fountain.
(Lenny and Carl stare at him)
Homer: Er, I mean, not--you know, if we wanted to--not that I ever did.
Charlie: Well, sir, I won't bore you with the details of our miraculous escape, but we desperately need a real emergency exit!
Mr. Burns: Why, that's a fabulous idea! Anything else you'd like? How about real lead in the radiation shields? Urinal cakes, maybe?
Ned: Kids… did anybody pray for giant shoes!?
Rod: I did!
Ned: Okaley Dokely!
Hotel Manager: And there's your king size bed for--(Makes various sexy noises).
Homer: Stop that, I love my wife and family. All I'm gonna use this bed for is sleeping, eating, and maybe building a little fort!
Homer: (writing on his hand) Mindy, because of our uncontrollable attraction, I think we should avoid each other from now on.
Lenny: (writing on his hand) Max, what I did was because of alcohol and anger...
Guy with huge hand: (writing on his hand) I am tired of these jokes about my giant hand. The first such incidence occurred in 1956 when...
Mindy: Hi Homer!
Homer: Mindy! Uh...Ahem...
Homer's Brain: Oh no, I'm sweating like Roger Ebert...
Homer: Mu...Murphy... You, you are an elf... uncontrollably... I think!
TV Announcer: Just do it!
TV Announcer: Examine your scalp for ringworm!
Grampa: That raccoon stole my lamb chop!
(Homer climbs into a cramped elevator with Mindy, but does not notice her.)
Homer: I've made it the whole day without seeing her again! (Notices Mindy) Aah! I mean--Haalow!
Mindy: Eh...I guess we'll be going down together--I mean getting off t--I mean...
Homer: That's okay. I'll just push the button for the stimulator--I mean elevator!
Homer: Moe, I need your advice... See I've got this friend named Joey Joe Joe Junior Shabadoo.
Moe: That's the worst name I've ever heard.
Guy: (Runs out of the bar, crying)
Barney: Aye! Joey Joe Joe!
Homer: So uh...what do you guys think of Mindy?
Carl: We love cake. Anybody see the game last night?
Homer: Yeeeah. That Mindy seems real nice.
Lenny: Homer, what's with you? You're talking during a coffee break!
Carl: Yeah, usually you just take the box of donuts into the bathroom!
Homer: Mindy has a motorcycle!
Sherri & Terri: Nice glasses four eyes!
Nelson: Yeah, nice shoes...uh... two feet...uh.
Doctor: Hmm...throat looks a little red...I better spray it.
Bart: (Coughs then in a nerdy voice.) Ooh, thanks nice lady, my voice is crazy with this brain already. Ooh, I feel so much better Mr. Medical science-type person.
Bart: You mean it ain't me noggin it's me peepers? Well that's just loverly!
Bart: Each parking space is a mere one foot narrower, indistinguishable to the naked eye. Therein lies the game.
Millhouse: I fear to watch...yet I cannot turn away!
Principal Skinner: Blasted woman, you parked too close, move your car!
Mrs. Krabappel: I'm in the lines. You got a problem, go tell your mama.
Principal Skinner: Oh, don't worry, she'll hear about this!
(Colonel Klink appears before Homer as his guardian angel.)
Homer: Colonel Klink! Did you get my Letters?
Colonel Klink: I'm not actually Colonel Klink. I'm just assuming his form.
Homer: Heh heh, did you know Hogan had tunnels all over your camp?
Colonel Klink: Homerrrrrrr!
Homer: Colonel Klink! Why have you forsaken me!?
(A "ghost" in the form of Colonel Klink appears in front of Homer.)
Colonel Klink: What is it!
Homer: (Chuckles) Did you know Kinch had a radio in the coffee pot?
Colonel Klink: He did?
Mindy: I've got a really wicked idea that could get us into a lot of trouble.
Homer: Mindy, we have to fight our temptations.
Mindy: No Homer, let's do it ... Let's call Room Service!
(After fantasizing about Mindy)
Homer: What the hell was that? I knew I shouldn't have eaten that packet of powdered gravy I found in the parking lot.
Lisa: Look, Dad, I made fish sticks. They're burned on the outside, but they're frozen on the inside, so it balances out.
Homer: Another day, another box of stolen pens.
(Homer and Mindy represent the nuclear power plant at the National Energy Convention.)
Man: Thanks for poisoning the planet, bastards!
Mindy: Get bent!
Man #2: No more Chernobyls!
Homer: Go to Hell! (Throws a brick at him)
Homer: Think unsexy thoughts think unsexy thoughts think unsexy thoughts...
Homer: Oh Marge, you came and you found me a turkey on my vacation away from worky.
Mr. Burns (to a duck): Get back to work, Stuart!
Homer: (Singing) Oh Mindy.
You came and you gave without flaking,
but I sent you Ben Gay.
You kissed me and stopped me from something...
Bart: (seeing his reflection in Milhouse's glasses) I'm a nerd!
Milhouse: (seeing his reflection in Bart's glasses) So am I!
Blackboard Joke: All work and no play makes Bart a dull boy.
Couch Gag: The living room is the set of The Late Show With David Letterman.
When Homer is singing "Mindy" in the bathroom (and later "Margie") the tune is the same as the Barry Manilow song, "Mandy."
I Dream Of Jeannie
The song Homer hums while fantasizing about Barney in a bikini is the theme to 60's sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.
The Nutty Professor
When Bart is fitted with the glasses and platform shoes, his voice and appearance are similar to Jerry Lewis in this classic film. Of course this is also where Prof. John Frink gets his entire character.
Lady and the Tramp
Homer and Mindy share a chili dog just like Lady and Tramp share a strand of spaghetti in the 1955 movie Lady and the Tramp.
The Wizard of Oz
After Homer and Mindy order room service, an alarm sounds in Mr. Burns office. Outraged by their actions, Burns releases his flying monkeys, which inevitably fall to the ground. This is a reference to the classic 1939 film, The Wizard of Oz.
Birth of Venus
When Homer has a hallucination and sees Mindy as "a naked chick riding a clam," this is a spoof of Sandro Botticelli's Birth of Venus painting. Venus (or Aphrodite) is the Greco-Roman goddess of love and beauty. Mindy even has reddish hair like the goddess in the painting.
The Last Temptation of Christ
The title of this episode is a parody of the title of the 1988 film, The Last Temptation of Christ. There is also a line where Homer says, "Colonel Klink, why have you forsaken me?" This quote is similar to Jesus' reputed words on the cross. You can find this in The New Testament.
Bart: All work and no play makes Bart a dull boy.
In the 1980 film The Shining, Jack Nicholson repeatedly types "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". On a typewriter rather than a blackboard.
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In
Homer's brain saying "Bravo" and clapping slowly is similar to an end gag on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In where one person is in the audience saying "Bravo" in a sarcastic tone and claps slowly.
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