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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
Milhouse Van Houten, Rod Flanders, Jimbo Jones, and others
When Kim and Alec are packing up their stuff, one of the boxes is labeled
When Alec Baldwin jumps on Homer's car- he has no watch- even when he says: "I've made it !" he has no watch- then seconds later the watch appears on his right hand.
The judge told Homer he was forbidden to come within 500 miles of any celebrity dead or alive but however, Homer would be near serveal celebrity's in future episodes like Ron Howard again, Mel Gibson, Gary Coleman & Carmen Electra.
(Alec, Kim and Ron are talking about giving Homer another chance.)
Alec: We'd want another chance if one of us made a bad film right?
Kim Basinger: Let's get him.
Alec Baldwin: And this time, it's personal. What? It is personal. He's got our underpants!
Homer: Look, all I'm saying is, if these big stars didn't want people going through their garbage and saying they're gay, then they shouldn't have tried to express themselves creatively.
Homer: Well I'll always have my prank calls. Hello, old lady from Titanic... you stink!
Kim: I'm really looking forward to seeing Homer again. He has the most interesting odours.
Alec: (Referring to Homer's movie idea.) Aw, maybe I shoulda made his movie.
Kim: Yeah it wasn't that bad. I mean the script might have worked if you got rid of the talking pie.
Homer: When was the last time Barbara Streisand cleaned out your garage? And when it's time to do the dishes...where's Ray Bolger? I'll tell ya! (shouting) Ray Bolger...is lookin' out for Ray Bolger!
Homer: Only five, wait, ten dollars. You heard right! Twenty dollars!
Kirk: Hey, is it too late to see the movie stars?
Moe: Nah, no, just, ah, hop that fence, sneak up, and peek in the window there.
(He goes up to the fence, ready to climb in it and gets shocked)
Moe: (Laughs) I never get tired of that.
Lisa: I washed the dog today.
Homer: Was it the dog from the Beethoven movies?
Lisa: Of course not!
Homer: Aww ... our dog isn't famous, and you kids aren't exactly John and Joan Cusack.
Captain McCallister: Yarrr. I loved Splash Mr. Howard. It was totally...yarrr!
Smithers: Miss Basinger, those red pumps you wore in LA Confidential were fabulous...where can I get a pair for my um...mother?
Guy: Tell the people Homer, they have a right to know about the celebrities in the house.
Homer: --the hell are you?
Guy: What do you care? I'm telling you what you want to hear.
Homer: Oh! There's that movie script I wrote… where did you find it?
Alec: On my pillow
Homer: The important thing is… it's got the perfect part for you… either one of you. It's about a killer robot driving instructor, who travels back in time for some reason. Ron Howard's attached to direct!
Ron: I am not!
Homer: Well. He expressed an interest.
Ron: No I didn't!
Homer: Did too!
Ron: I did not!
Homer: You lie!
Alec: Yeah, Homer, most movie scripts are 120 pages. This has only seventeen. And several pages just have drawings of the time machine.
Homer: Ronny, are you also my close friend?
Ron Howard: Do I smell Vodka and Wheat Grass?
Homer: It's called a lawnmower. I invented it, want one?
Ron Howard: Yeah, okay.
Alec Baldwin: Nobody knows we're in Springfield, and we wanna keep it that way.
Kim Basinger: Will you promise to keep our secret?
Homer: Absolutely, if you promise to keep mine!
Alec: Okay. What is it?
Homer: I can't read.
Kim: But you just read that card from the grocery agency.
Homer: I recognized the logo!
(While parasailing Homer crashes into Apu's sand castle on the beach.)
Homer: Hi Apu!
Apu: Oh dear, you've ruined my work, you flying fat man!
Homer: Oh, 4 AM! Now I'll never get back to...
(He immediately falls asleep and starts making voices in his sleep)
Studio Executive: (To Ron Howard) What else you got?
Ron Howard: Well, there is this one thing. It's about a killer-robot driving instructor that travels back in time for some reason.
Studio Executive: I'm listening.
Ron Howard: Okay, Okay, well, you see, this robot, he's got a heart-breaking decision to make about whether his best friend lives...or dies.
Studio Executive: (Shrugging) Aah--
Ron Howard: His best friend's a talking pie!
Studio Executive: Sold! Howard, you've done it again!
(He hands over sacks of money.)
Alec Baldwin: Homer was a pretty good guy, and we just tossed him out like a Golden Globe Award. I've got to admit, I miss the way he used to tuck us in, and kiss us on the forehead.
Kim Basinger: Forehead?
(In Homer's dream with Homer and his son "Bart-Boo" as bears, and Ned Flanders as a ranger)
Bart-Boo: Homie. I don't think it's very nice to maul Mr. Ranger.
Homer: Do you want some of this?!
(Bart-Boo shakes head)
Homer: (giving Kim workout advice) And lift and strain and hyperextend! Keep those knees rigid! Jerk that lower back!
Originally the Blackboard Joke was "butt.com is not my E-mail address," but then the writers changed it for syndication so it reads "butt.butt is not my E-mail address."
The "Welcome to Lake Springfield" sign also reads, "Formerly Cess Hole 17A."
Now Homer has created 2 alcoholic drinks, the Flaming Homer/Moe, and the Lawn Mower.
Blackboard Joke: "butt.com" is not my E-mail address.
Couch Gag: Marge walks in with a basket of laundry. She pulls each of the other family members out of the basket and hangs them on a clothesline that is strung across the living room.
When You Dish Upon A Star
The name of this episode title is a parody of the name of the song from the 1940 movie Pinocchio, When You Wish Upon A Star, sung by Jiminy Cricket.
The Magilla Gorilla Show
After Homer goes back to sleep, he begins singing part of the The Magilla Gorilla Show theme song.
As the mob approaches Alec and Kim's house, the lemonade in the glasses begins to shake. This mimics the movie "Jurassic Park" when water shaking in the glasses indicated the T-Rex was approaching the vehicles.
Homer's rant about "appearing in commercials dancing with vacuum cleaners" is a reference to a 1997 TV advertisement that depicted Fred Astaire dancing with a Dirt Devil vacuum cleaner.
Apu's sandcastle is a very detailed replica of India's famous Taj Mahal.
Homer's dream is a spoof of Hanna-Barbera's Yogi Bear.
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