Bart Simpson’s Chalkboard Gag – ‘Two Cars In Every Garage & Three Eyes On Every Fish”

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(KBCW/CBS SF) – In the episode titled “Two Cars In Every Garage & Three Eyes On Every Fish'” from Season Two of “The Simpsons.” Bart can be found writing on the blackboard “I will not Xerox my butt.” On a rerun on June 2, 1992, an alternate chalkboard gag was featured. Bart was seen writing “It’s ‘potato’, not ‘potatoe’.”

Episode Quotes:
Mr. Burns: Hello. Many questions have been asked about our friend the three-eyed fish. So to clarify the matter I have asked an actor playing Charles Darwin! Hello Charles.
Charles Darwin Actor: Hello Monty!
Mr. Burns: Would you please explain the theory for this three-eyed fish?
Charles Darwin Actor: Oh certainly! Every now and then Mother Nature experiments with her creatures, giving them longer legs, sharper claws, or in this case, a third eye. If she finds the changes favorable the creatures will multiply and a new race of superfish will be created. I would not mind having a third eye, would you Monty?
Mr. Burns: Oh no, of course not.

KBCW Air Date: January 28, 2014 @ 06:00pm
Original Air Date: November 1, 1990
Episode:Two Cars In Every Garage & Three Eyes On Every Fish’

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