The Simpsons: Who Said It, Quiz!

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Can you name the beloved Simpsons' characters who said these memorable lines? Test your knowledge of characters Homer, Bart, Krusty, Mr. Burns, Chief Wiggum, and more!

Who said it: "I'm a bad wittle boy."

This is Gabbo's catchphrase. Later, Bart broadcasts Gabbo saying that "all the kids in Springfield are SOBs," but it fails to dent his popularity.

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Who said it: "I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords."

The quote appears in the episode "Deep Space Homer" and has become an internet meme in recent years.

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Who said it: "I was saying Boo-urns."

Hans Moleman was apparently the only one who liked Mr. Burns film -- "A Star is Burns" -- at the Springfield Film Festival.

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Who said it: "I call the big one 'Bitey.'"

Homer was describing a family of possums who had taken up residence inside his monorail train.

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Who said it: "My mom says I'm cool."

Millhouse was responding to Mr. Burns calling him a "geek." Mr. Burns was far closer to the mark.

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Who said it: "Paddlin' the school canoe? You better believe that's a paddlin'."

When the teachers go on strike, Jasper takes over as Lisa's teacher.

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Who said it: "My eyes! The goggles do nothing!"

While playing Radioactive Man, Rainier is burned by real acid because Millhouse as Fallout Boy fails to show up and save him.

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Who said it: "Oh my God, the dead have risen, and they're voting Republican!"

Bart had just discovered that Sideshow Bob used votes from the dead (and their pets) to win election as mayor.

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Who said it: "Oh, boy, sleep! That's where I'm a viking!"

Ralph is responsible for so many wacky, memorable quotes that fans have created a name for them: Ralphisms.

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Who said it: "I’ve done everything the Bible says — even the stuff that contradicts the other stuff!"

Flanders was forced to do some soul searching after a hurricane destroyed his home and left him frustrated with his faith.

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Who said it: "Inflammable means flammable? What a country!"

Dr. Nick leveled his complaint over an exploded canister of ether.

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Who said it: "I can’t believe you don’t shut up!"

Apu said this to Homer, who insisted upon offering terrible advice about how Apu could avoid his upcoming nuptials with Manjula.

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Who said it: "Well, he’s kind of had it in for me ever since I accidentally ran over his dog. Actually, replace 'accidentally' with 'repeatedly,' and replace 'dog' with 'son.'"

When Marge was arrested for shoplifting, they hired Lionel Hutz, but the judge was predisposed against him for obvious reasons.

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Who said it: "Chat away. I’ll just amuse myself with some pornographic playing cards."

In "Marge vs. the Monorail," Mayor Quimby explained why he would not be listening to Marge's plea for money to be spent fixing Main Street.

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Who said it: "Family. Religion. Friendship. These are the three demons you must slay if you wish to succeed in business."

This was the advice Mr. Burns gave the Junior Achievers Club.

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Who said it: "I'm better than dirt. Well, most kinds of dirt, not that fancy store-bought dirt...I can't compete with that stuff."

Moe was lamenting his inability to get a lane at Bowl-a-Rama on league night.

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Who said it: "Worst. Episode. Ever."

In the years since it originally aired, this became a common form of complaint, but Comic Book Guy was originally referring to the introduction of Poochie the Dog -- voiced by Homer -- on Itchy and Scratchy.

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Who said it: "Homer, you’re as dumb as a mule and twice as ugly. If a strange man offers you a ride, I say take it!"

Homer remembers this "advice" given to him by his father and exclaims, "Lousy traumatic childhood!"

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Who said it: "To alcohol! The cause of -- and solution to -- all of life's problems.”

Homer offers this toast after the end of alcohol prohibition in Springfield -- and after being spared from a catapulting as punishment for bootlegging.

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Who said it: "You know, Fox turned into a hard-core sex channel so gradually, I didn't even notice."

As part of The Simpsons' tradition of knocking their own network, in the flash forward episode "Lisa's Wedding" Fox is depicted as having devolved into a purely pornographic channel.

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Who said it: "Am I out of touch? No, it's the children who are wrong."

When Bart skips school, Skinner tracks him, but can't figure out why Bart isn't at any of the incredibly lame hangouts he investigates.

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Who said it: "Listen, Spielbergo, Schindler and I are like peas in a pod! We're both factory owners, we both made shells for the Nazis, but mine worked, damn it!"

Mr. Burns explains why Steven Spielberg's Mexican, non-union counterpart should make a flattering film about him for the Springfield Film Festival.

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Who said it: "Ned, have you considered any of the other major religions? They're all pretty much the same."

Ned Flanders' constant questions have eroded Reverend Lovejoy's enthusiasm for his job over the years.

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Who said it: "They drove a dump truck full of money up to my house! I'm not made of stone!"

This was Krusty's explanation to Bart and Lisa for why he allowed Kamp Krusty to be run as a forced labor camp.

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Who said it: "Elementary Chaos Theory tells us that all robots will eventually turn against their masters and run amok in an orgy of blood and kicking and the biting with the metal teeth and the hurting and shoving.”

Professor Frink helpfully explains why the robots at Itchy and Scratchy land would soon turn against their human overlords. Unfortunately, he forgot to carry a one, and the robot uprising began earlier than expected.

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Who said it: "Friends? Ha! These are my only friends. Grown-up nerds like Gore Vidal. And even he's kissed more boys than I ever will.​"

Lisa said this to Marge, who responded with earnest obliviousness, "Girls, Lisa. Boys kiss girls."

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Who said it: "Mr. Burns can't stand talking to his mother. He never forgave her for having that affair with President Taft."

Smithers and Homer were attempting to force Mr. Burns to rehire Smithers by having Smithers save him from a call with his mother. Instead, it ended up with Mr. Burns being pushed out a window. Naturally.

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Who said it: "Ow! My eye! I'm not supposed to get pudding in it!"

In a bid to become Mr. Burns' "prank monkey," Homer had thrown a cup of pudding in Lenny's face.

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Who said it: "Oh, won't somebody please think of the children!?"

Helen employs this phrase when lobbying the mayor to get rid of the bears or the immigrants or any threat to good morals she can find.

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Who said it: "I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Democracy simply doesn't work."

As a comet approached Springfield, Congress voted down a proposal to evacuate the city after a rider to support the "perverted arts" was attached, prompting Brockman's response.

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Who said it: "I expect nothing from you, except to die and be a very cheap funeral. You're gonna die now!"

Unlike traditional James Bond villains, when Scorpio's unnecessarily intricate weapon was foiled, his men simply shot the intruder.

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Who said it: "No, no. Dig up, stupid."

After digging a hole for treasure that wasn't there, Chief Wiggum's solution was to keep digging.

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Who said it: "Your guilty conscience may move you to vote Democratic, but deep down you long for a cold-hearted Republican to lower taxes, brutalize criminals, and rule you like a king."

This was Sideshow Bob's justification for why he rigged the mayoral election.

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Who said it: "I didn't do it."

After getting a job at the Krusty the Klown Show, Bart briefly popularized this slogan.

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Who said it: "Yes, syrup is better than jelly."

When Marge asked Homer to encourage Lisa with her science project, this was his incredibly random response.

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