The Simpsons Season 21 Episode 13: "The Color Yellow" Quotes
Lisa: We're 1/64 black!
Bart: So that's why I'm so cool.
Lisa: And that's why my jazz is so smooth.
Homer: And that's why I earn less than my white co-workers.
Now let's take you to a place where a black man can blend in... Canada.Marge [as Mabel]
I'll take that secret to my grave, or urn, or medical school dissecting table or wherever you're dumping me.Grampa
Colonel Burns, why ... I haven't heard my father's name in years.Mr. Burns
After that fateful day I could never even look at Eliza again. It didn't help that the next day he drank bad well water and went blind.Milhouse [reading diary]
Ralph: Mr. Luther King had a dream. Dreams are where Elmo and Toy Story had a party, and I went there. Yay, my turn is over.
Principal Skinner: One of your best Ralph.
A little schmutz, a little schmear, and presto, you're part of the underclown railroad.Krusty
To the library? Can you believe we're married to those nerds?Homer [to Bart]
Homer: The motto of the Simpsons is: "quit while you're ahead."
Marge: I made it into a sampler.
A week ago, I had no idea of what the future would bring, which I guess is true of everyone all the timeLisa [reading Eliza's diary]
Lisa: Our family was on the underground railroad.
Bart: We ran a subway station?
Lisa: No, the underground railroad was a bunch of people that helped slaves escape to Canada. There were no actual trains and it wasn't underground.
Bart: Then they should have called it the "above ground normal road."
Homer: Good point, Bart.
Lisa: I never thought of that before.
Marge: Very good, Bart.
Our ancestors were kicked out of Australia.Grampa