I'm a grown man now, and I can run my own life. Homer attempts to get rid of the cursed trampoline by throwing it off a cliff, prompting a reverent, gorgeously animated homage to old Warner Brothers cartoons with Homer in the role of luckless old Wile E.
Yell it out. You can sit down now.
And this reporter thinks it's about-- [ Beep ] time. Each leap brings us closer to God. You are not going to perform that operation yourself. Well, your blood pressure is off the chart.
I'm going to my sisters' now. So from now on, I'm going to quit nagging and have more fun. Once you get hurt, move aside and let other people jump. Catch me.
What's the deal? All right.
Of course, all these good vibes can be traced to one feisty little scamp who taught us that if it feels good, do it. Hold on here. We like Roy! Homer finally manages to unload the trampoline but his impetuous decision to get it puts a strain on his marriage. I'm Troy McClure. In here. So why does it suck?
They never have anything good. You need Brad Goodman.
Stay the course, Big Ned. Troy, this circle is you.
And if we can all be more like little Rudiger-- - His name is Bart. What an odd thing to say. If only I had nagged more.