I love this bit towards the end:One of my favorite bits from Homer's Phobia doesn't get enough play.
Homer says something homophobic after John Waters offers him some cactus candy.
John: "Well, now you don't get any candy. No, that's cruel. Take a teensy piece."
I love earlier in the episode Sideshow Bob's disdain for air shows:Sideshow Bob had some funny lines, especially when he was being elitist.
Here's one from (3F08) "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming".
(Sideshow Bob attempts to kidnap Bart on the Wright Brothers airplane.
Sideshow Bob is clearly enjoying the gentle, quiet ride).
Sideshow Bob: "Ah, for the days when aviation was a gentleman's pursuit. Back before every
Joe Sixpack could wedge himself behind a lunch tray and jet off to Raleigh-Durham."
Sideshow Bob at his elitist best!
And as a capper to that joke, what song plays when the jets fly over the air show? Yep, you guessed it, "Rock You Like A Hurricane".I love earlier in the episode Sideshow Bob's disdain for air shows:
Sideshow Bob: Air show? Buzz-cut Alabamians spewing colored smoke from their whizz jets to the strains of "Rock You Like a Hurricane"? What kind of country-fried rube is still impressed by that?
(cut to Bart and Homer exclaiming "YEAH!" looking at an ad for it in the paper)
Marge: (half-heartedly) Yeah...
I distinctly remember that line was chosen as TV Guide's Quote of the Week when it first aired. They also chose this gem from Marge Be Not Proud:From Treehouse of Horror VII
Homer comes across the Space Aliens Kang and Kodos:
HOMER: "Oh my God!" Space Aliens! Don't eat me! I have a wife and kids...eat them!"