The Simpsons

Lisa's Substitute - S2-E19

Question: When Lisa is telling Marge how she feels about Mr. Bergstrom, why doesn't she want to accept that Marge has the same feelings for Homer?

Chosen answer: Because Lisa thinks that her feelings are so intense and special that no one else could possibly feel the same. A lot of people act this way when they first fall in love (insisting that no one else has felt this much in love). Lisa also knows that Homer is far from the perfect husband.

Gary O'Reilly

Brush With Greatness - S2-E18

Question: Can someone explain why Marge frowns when the art teacher is explaining The Lombardo theory, the one where he says "And here we have an adorable little bunny rabbit. It's just that easy." Why Marge seeming upset with what he just said? The reaction shot is a couple of seconds so I am assuming there is something that I must have missed.

Lummie Premium member

Chosen answer: I think it's because the art teacher is making it seem so easy when in fact it is really quite difficult. I think the line he says is something like "Yes, even a rhombus can create an adorible little bunny rabbit" - it's obviously much harder than just putting shapes together. It could also be an inside joke by the animators maybe - Marge could be frowning because it's not 'that easy' to create an animation (which she is, obviously) and could just be a joke. Knowing the Simpsons, this wouldn't be too far-fetched.

Sam Johnson

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