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17th Aug '17 10:08:55 AM N8han11
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11th Jul '17 4:53:09 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* The page image, the most well-known dirty joke of the series. [[note]] If you don't get it, it used to be called Chuck's Fuck and Suck.[[/note]]

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* The page image, the most well-known dirty joke of the series. [[note]] If you don't get it, it used to be called Chuck's Fuck and Suck. Actually it was more likely called Chuck's Feed and Seed, but the show leaves it up to you to make the dirty connection yourself.[[/note]]
11th Jul '17 4:50:24 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E3ThePresidentWorePearls The President Wore Pearls]]", after dropping off Lisa at her new school, Otto muses "I guess this story has a [[DoubleEntendre happy ending]] after all. [[ADateWithRosiePalms Just like my last massage]]."

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* In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E3ThePresidentWorePearls The President Wore Pearls]]", after dropping off Lisa at her new school, Otto muses "I guess this story has a [[DoubleEntendre happy ending]] after all. [[ADateWithRosiePalms [[HappyEndingMassage Just like my last massage]]."
4th Jun '17 7:29:27 PM mcp90
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* Marge whispering to Homer what the Washington Monument resembles on the season 3 episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E1StarkRavingDad Stark Raving Dad]]". ("Oh, grow up, Marge!")

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* Marge whispering to Homer what the Washington Monument resembles on the season 3 episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E1StarkRavingDad Stark Raving Dad]]"."Mr Lisa Goes To Washington". ("Oh, grow up, Marge!")
3rd Jun '17 4:27:05 AM Erin582
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* Some of the chalkboard punishments seen in the opening credits are this, such as "I Will Not Hang Doughnuts On My Person" (a reference to Bart using his penis to hang doughnuts) and "Pork Is Not A Verb" ("pork" is used as a verb in some American English dialects to mean "to have sex with". It's not used as much as "screw," "nail," "bang," or "fuck", but it does exist as a verb).

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* Some of the chalkboard punishments seen in the opening credits are this, such as "I Will Not Hang Doughnuts On My Person" (a reference to Bart using his penis to hang doughnuts) doughnuts), "I Was Not Touched "There" By An Angel" (aside from the obvious TakeThat, it implies that he lied about being molested) and "Pork Is Not A Verb" ("pork" is used as a verb in some American English dialects to mean "to have sex with". It's not used as much as "screw," "nail," "bang," or "fuck", but it does exist as a verb).



* In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E10GrampaVsSexualInadequacy Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy]]", while in the bookstore attempting to locate a book to help strengthen their marriage, to deter the kids from learning about what they're doing, Marge finds a book on [[ThoseWackyNazis "artillery"]], Homer picks up a book entitled "Mapplethorpe" with someone's buttocks on the cover and whose content causes him to scream. As you know, it's a book about artist Robert Mapplethorpe, whose artwork is rather controversial and risqué (and [=NSFW=], so Google at your own risk.)

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* In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E10GrampaVsSexualInadequacy Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy]]", while in the bookstore attempting to locate a book to help strengthen their marriage, to deter the kids from learning about what they're doing, Marge finds a book on [[ThoseWackyNazis "artillery"]], Homer picks up a book entitled "Mapplethorpe" with someone's buttocks on the cover and whose content causes him to scream. As you know, it's a book about artist Robert Mapplethorpe, whose artwork is rather controversial and risqué (and [=NSFW=], so Google at your own risk.))
* In "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner" when looking at the headline from the day he was born, Homer reads an article featuring a picture of himself as a newborn and titled "Unusually Large, Ugly Baby Born", you can briefly see his penis. Also, in "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily" after Bart was invited into the race car driver's vehicle and as the driver's wife orders him to take his feet off the seat, you can clearly see that she's breastfeeding.
24th May '17 5:09:08 AM CumbersomeTercel
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-->--"I Love Lisa"

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-->--"I -->--"[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E15ILoveLisa I Love Lisa"
Lisa]]"



* In "Homer vs. Dignity" (which was already considered depraved because of the scene of Homer getting sexually assaulted by a panda), while Comic Book guy is eating marshmallow Peeps he utters the line:

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* In "Homer "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E5HomerVsDignity Homer vs. Dignity" Dignity]]" (which was already considered depraved because of the scene of Homer getting sexually assaulted by a panda), while Comic Book guy is eating marshmallow Peeps he utters the line:



* In ''Bart Star'' after Homer designates Bart as the new quarterback, Bart sheepishly says, "Give me a 'B'?" Nelson says, "I won't give you a 'B', but I'll tear you a new 'A'."
* Just the title ''[[ADateWithRosiePalms Whacking Day]]''[[note]]An episode about a Springfield "holiday" where everyone beats snakes with sticks which Lisa feels is barbaric[[/note]]. If that weren't enough, there are a couple bits in the show itself. First, Homer asks if he should whack fast or slow, and Marge says, "Slow, then fast," with very aroused eyes. Later, Miss Springfield opens the event by saying, "Gentlemen, start your whacking!"
* In "All's Fair in Oven War" Homer says Marge is the best chef of their house and Marge says, "Eh, BFD."[[note]]Big Fucking Deal[[/note]] In most versions, Marge's line was cut down to just an apathetic "Eh" or edited to make it sound like she said "BD".

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* In ''Bart Star'' "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E6BartStar Bart Star]]", after Homer designates Bart as the new quarterback, Bart sheepishly says, "Give me a 'B'?" Nelson says, "I won't give you a 'B', but I'll tear you a new 'A'."
* Just the title ''[[ADateWithRosiePalms "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E20WhackingDay Whacking Day]]''[[note]]An Day]]"[[note]]An episode about a Springfield "holiday" where everyone beats snakes with sticks which Lisa feels is barbaric[[/note]]. If that weren't enough, there are a couple bits in the show itself. First, Homer asks if he should whack fast or slow, and Marge says, "Slow, then fast," with very aroused eyes. Later, Miss Springfield opens the event by saying, "Gentlemen, start your whacking!"
* In "All's "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS16E2AllsFairInOvenWar All's Fair in Oven War" War]]", Homer says Marge is the best chef of their house and Marge says, "Eh, BFD."[[note]]Big Fucking Deal[[/note]] In most versions, Marge's line was cut down to just an apathetic "Eh" or edited to make it sound like she said "BD".



* Krusty wondering if he should tell the joke about "the twelve inch pianist" during Selma's wedding video ("Black Widower").

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* Krusty wondering if he should tell the joke about "the twelve inch pianist" during Selma's wedding video ("Black Widower").("[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E21BlackWidower Black Widower]]").



* Disco Stu hitting on Bart during the ''Odyssey'' segment of "Tales from the Public Domain," a reference to the acceptance of pedophilia within ancient Greek society.

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* Disco Stu hitting on Bart during the ''Odyssey'' segment of "Tales "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E14TalesFromThePublicDomain Tales from the Public Domain," Domain]]" a reference to the acceptance of pedophilia within ancient Greek society.



* Marge whispering to Homer what the Washington Monument resembles on the season 3 episode "Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington". ("Oh, grow up, Marge!")
* On the season eight episode, "Homer's Phobia," John tells Marge that Helen Lovejoy's "cuffs and collar don't match"[[note]](saying someone's "cuffs and collars" don't match is the same as saying the "carpet doesn't match the curtains" -- it means the hair on someone's head doesn't match his or her pubic hair, often due to a dye job)[[/note]]. On the commentary, the writers are '''''still''''' amazed that the censors let that slide past (despite that "Homer's Phobia" was almost banned for its content -- at the time, doing an episode about homosexuality and homophobia was either not done or written as a [[VerySpecialEpisode very special dramatic episode]]. It was saved from being banned thanks to a change in management, but the censors still asked the writers to remove or tone down some lines for being too homophobic or sexually suggestive for primetime TV).
* In the episode "Brother From the Same Planet", Homer and Bart are having an argument. Homer asks Bart if he remembers how he used to have fun pushing him on the swing, which Bart denies, and says he was "faking it". Homer calls him a liar, and Bart then enthusiastically starts to say "Higher, Dad, Higher! Whee!" to prove his point.

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* Marge whispering to Homer what the Washington Monument resembles on the season 3 episode "Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington"."[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E1StarkRavingDad Stark Raving Dad]]". ("Oh, grow up, Marge!")
* On the season eight episode, "Homer's Phobia," "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E15HomersPhobia Homer's Phobia]]", John tells Marge that Helen Lovejoy's "cuffs and collar don't match"[[note]](saying someone's "cuffs and collars" don't match is the same as saying the "carpet doesn't match the curtains" -- it means the hair on someone's head doesn't match his or her pubic hair, often due to a dye job)[[/note]]. On the commentary, the writers are '''''still''''' amazed that the censors let that slide past (despite that "Homer's Phobia" was almost banned for its content -- at the time, doing an episode about homosexuality and homophobia was either not done or written as a [[VerySpecialEpisode very special dramatic episode]]. It was saved from being banned thanks to a change in management, but the censors still asked the writers to remove or tone down some lines for being too homophobic or sexually suggestive for primetime TV).
* In the episode "Brother From "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E14BrotherFromTheSamePlanet Brother from the Same Planet", Planet]]", Homer and Bart are having an argument. Homer asks Bart if he remembers how he used to have fun pushing him on the swing, which Bart denies, and says he was "faking it". Homer calls him a liar, and Bart then enthusiastically starts to say "Higher, Dad, Higher! Whee!" to prove his point.



* In the episode "Flaming Moe" (not to be confused with the season three episode where Homer invents a fiery cocktail and Moe lies and says he invented it so his bar can have more business), Smithers and Moe open a gay bar, and at one point Mr. Burns comes in to see what Smithers has done. A ManlyGay hollers at them, saying "Hey, Smithers, I didn't know you were a geezer-pleaser! Having a [[ShockSite lemon party]]?"

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* In the episode "Flaming Moe" "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS22E11FlamingMoe Flaming Moe]]" (not to be confused with the season three episode where Homer invents a fiery cocktail and Moe lies and says he invented it so his bar can have more business), Smithers and Moe open a gay bar, and at one point Mr. Burns comes in to see what Smithers has done. A ManlyGay hollers at them, saying "Hey, Smithers, I didn't know you were a geezer-pleaser! Having a [[ShockSite lemon party]]?"



* On the DVD commentary, the writers were surprised they got away with "Flaming Moe's" (the season three episode in which Homer creates that alcoholic cocktail out of Krusty Brand kids' cough syrup, not the later-era episode where Moe and Smithers revamp Moe's as a gay bar), though "moe" (meaning "homo," not pronounced "[[{{Moe}} mo-ay]]") isn't that common a slang term. Though they do come dangerously close when Homer is about to state the name of the drink and is interrupted by Moe:

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* On the DVD commentary, the writers were surprised they got away with "Flaming Moe's" "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E10FlamingMoes Flaming Moe's]]" (the season three episode in which Homer creates that alcoholic cocktail out of Krusty Brand kids' cough syrup, not the later-era episode where Moe and Smithers revamp Moe's as a gay bar), though "moe" (meaning "homo," not pronounced "[[{{Moe}} mo-ay]]") isn't that common a slang term. Though they do come dangerously close when Homer is about to state the name of the drink and is interrupted by Moe:



* The 451st episode ("Once Upon a Time in Springfield") had Anne Hathaway as Princess Penelope to bring in more female viewers for Krusty's show. It turns out she's had a crush on Krusty since she was little, then makes out with him. The act ends when [[SomethingElseAlsoRises Krusty's trick boutonniere squirts]].
* From the Treehouse of Horror episode with the dolphins: "Don't forget - we invented computers, leg warmers, bendy straws, peel-and-eat shrimp, ''[[BreadEggsMilkSquick the glory hole,]]'' AND the pudding cup!"
* In "The President Wore Pearls", after dropping off Lisa at her new school, Otto muses "I guess this story has a [[DoubleEntendre happy ending]] after all. [[ADateWithRosiePalms Just like my last massage]]."
* Roger Myers' reply to Marge's concerns over the violence in Itchy 'n Scratchy.

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* The 451st episode ("Once ("[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS21E10OnceUponATimeInSpringfield Once Upon a Time in Springfield") Springfield]]") had Anne Hathaway Creator/AnneHathaway as Princess Penelope to bring in more female viewers for Krusty's show. It turns out she's had a crush on Krusty since she was little, then makes out with him. The act ends when [[SomethingElseAlsoRises Krusty's trick boutonniere squirts]].
* From the "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E1TreehouseOfHorrorXI Treehouse of Horror episode XI]]" segment with the dolphins: "Don't forget - we invented computers, leg warmers, bendy straws, peel-and-eat shrimp, ''[[BreadEggsMilkSquick the glory hole,]]'' AND the pudding cup!"
* In "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E3ThePresidentWorePearls The President Wore Pearls", Pearls]]", after dropping off Lisa at her new school, Otto muses "I guess this story has a [[DoubleEntendre happy ending]] after all. [[ADateWithRosiePalms Just like my last massage]]."
* In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E9ItchyAndScratchyAndMarge Itchy & Scratchy & Marge]]", Roger Myers' reply to Marge's concerns over the violence in Itchy 'n and Scratchy.



* From King Homer in "Treehouse of Horror III" (in probably one of the rare times that Mr. Burns seems like he knows that Smithers is a homosexual, though it probably doesn't count since Halloween episodes are non-canon):

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* From King Homer in "Treehouse "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E5TreehouseOfHorrorIII Treehouse of Horror III" III]]" (in probably one of the rare times that Mr. Burns seems like he knows that Smithers is a homosexual, though it probably doesn't count since Halloween episodes are non-canon):



* An episode featured Homer working as an ice-cream man and Marge using the used sticks to make wood figurines (season 18's "Ice Cream of Margie With the Light Blue Hair"). A later scene in the bedroom says that Homer has "...never been happier giving Marge wood".
* During the episode where Mrs Krabappel gets fired for hitting Bart (the season 22 finale, "The Ned-liest Catch"), at the part where Bart tries to break her out of a rubber room (a waiting room for teachers who are about to be fired), she says, "[[HotForStudent I'm a teacher in a bathroom with a student. That's why most of these people are here in the first place."]]
* In "Much Apu About Nothing", Apu reveals that he came to America to attend '''S'''pringfield '''H'''eights '''I'''nstitute of '''T'''echnology. The initials are never shown, but smart viewers will know what it spells out.
* During Maggie's dream in "The Fight Before Christmas", all of the normal characters are [[{{Muppet}} muppet versions of themselves]], except for guest-star KatyPerry, who in the dream is Moe's girlfriend and also a live action human being. As you may expect, this makes her much taller than Moe. After the credits have rolled, Moe is shown repeatedly jumping up so he can be near her face long enough to give her a kiss, and repeatedly failing. Finally he says that he'll just kiss her bellybutton...and his aim's a little bit low.

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* An episode featured Homer working as an ice-cream man and Marge using the used sticks to make wood figurines (season 18's "Ice "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS18E7IceCreamOfMargieWithTheLightBlueHair Ice Cream of Margie With (with the Light Blue Hair").Hair)]]"). A later scene in the bedroom says that Homer has "...never been happier giving Marge wood".
* During the episode where Mrs Krabappel gets fired for hitting Bart (the season 22 finale, "The Ned-liest Catch"), "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS22E22TheNedLiestCatch The Ned-Liest Catch]]"), at the part where Bart tries to break her out of a rubber room (a waiting room for teachers who are about to be fired), she says, "[[HotForStudent I'm a teacher in a bathroom with a student. That's why most of these people are here in the first place."]]
* In "Much "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E23MuchApuAboutNothing Much Apu About Nothing", Nothing]]", Apu reveals that he came to America to attend '''S'''pringfield '''H'''eights '''I'''nstitute of '''T'''echnology. The initials are never shown, but smart viewers will know what it spells out.
* During Maggie's dream in "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS22E8TheFightBeforeChristmas The Fight Before Christmas", Christmas]]", all of the normal characters are [[{{Muppet}} muppet versions of themselves]], except for guest-star KatyPerry, Music/KatyPerry, who in the dream is Moe's girlfriend and also a live action human being. As you may expect, this makes her much taller than Moe. After the credits have rolled, Moe is shown repeatedly jumping up so he can be near her face long enough to give her a kiss, and repeatedly failing. Finally he says that he'll just kiss her bellybutton...and his aim's a little bit low.



* Season nine's ''"Bart Star"'' had a flashback in which Lenny wore a shirt with "Bull shi'''r'''t" written on it.
** The season 16 episode, "Fat Man and Little Boy" has Bart selling T-shirts with sarcastic slogans on them as a means to cope with the fact that he lost his final baby tooth and isn't going to be a child anymore. One of the shirts he sells reads "Pobody's Sherfect, Nithead".
** Speaking of raunchy shirt slogans, the season seven episode "Two Bad Neighbors" had a shirt Homer once wore that reads, "Ayatollah Assahola." The only reason the writers and animators got away with ''that'' was that one of the two "S"'s was always obscured. This was also the same case in "Hurricane Neddy" from season eight during the scene where one of Flanders' kids wears a "Music/ButtholeSurfers" T-shirt (the last part of "butthole" was obscured by a T-shirt wrinkle).
* It's surprising much of "Natural Born Kissers" even got on the air ([[WordOfGod The writers on the DVD commentary even said that this episode had a lot of censorship issues -- most centered on the nudity]]).

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* Season nine's ''"Bart Star"'' "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E6BartStar Bart Star]]" had a flashback in which Lenny wore a shirt with "Bull shi'''r'''t" written on it.
** The season 16 episode, "Fat "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS16E5FatManAndLittleBoy Fat Man and Little Boy" Boy]]" has Bart selling T-shirts with sarcastic slogans on them as a means to cope with the fact that he lost his final baby tooth and isn't going to be a child anymore. One of the shirts he sells reads "Pobody's Sherfect, Nithead".
** Speaking of raunchy shirt slogans, the season seven episode "Two "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E13TwoBadNeighbors Two Bad Neighbors" Neighbors]]" had a shirt Homer once wore that reads, "Ayatollah Assahola." The only reason the writers and animators got away with ''that'' was that one of the two "S"'s was always obscured. This was also the same case in "Hurricane Neddy" from season eight during the scene where one of Flanders' kids wears a "Music/ButtholeSurfers" T-shirt (the last part of "butthole" was obscured by a T-shirt wrinkle).
* It's surprising much of "Natural "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E25NaturalBornKissers Natural Born Kissers" Kissers]]" even got on the air ([[WordOfGod The writers on the DVD commentary even said that this episode had a lot of censorship issues -- most centered on the nudity]]).



* * In "Grampa vs Sexual Inadequacy" one scene has Homer and Marge doing some nude kissing and groping, but nothing is seen because they are under the sheets. In episode 138, another version of this scene is shown, and this time, they're over the sheets.
* The Jerry Rude scene from "Monty Can't Buy Me Love" contains some of the saltiest lines in the history of the show (which explains the TV-14 rating it got when it premiered). These lines stand out, in particular.

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* * In "Grampa vs "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E10GrampaVsSexualInadequacy Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy" Inadequacy]]" one scene has Homer and Marge doing some nude kissing and groping, but nothing is seen because they are under the sheets. In episode 138, "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E10TheSimpsons138thEpisodeSpectacular The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular]]", another version of this scene is shown, and this time, they're over the sheets.
* The Jerry Rude scene from "Monty "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E21MontyCantBuyMeLove Monty Can't Buy Me Love" Love]]" contains some of the saltiest lines in the history of the show (which explains the TV-14 rating it got when it premiered). These lines stand out, in particular.



* From "Last Tap Dance in Springfield: Lisa and Marge are watching a movie about "El Tango de la Muerte". It features a shy, nerdy librarian who becomes a hot dancer and a Mexican expy of Milhouse who, after seeing the girl going away with a handsome man, says this:

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* From "Last "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E20LastTapDanceInSpringfield Last Tap Dance in Springfield: Springfield]]: Lisa and Marge are watching a movie about "El Tango de la Muerte". It features a shy, nerdy librarian who becomes a hot dancer and a Mexican expy of Milhouse who, after seeing the girl going away with a handsome man, says this:



* From "A Tale of Two Springfields", after the other side of the town discovers gold

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* From "A "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E2ATaleOfTwoSpringfields A Tale of Two Springfields", Springfields]]", after the other side of the town discovers gold



* This one sorta doubles as GeniusBonus, but in "The Parent Rap" Judge Harm says "If I want a cock-and-bull story, I'll read Hemingway, thank you". Ernest Hemingway once wrote a story about a matador (hence the bull) who had troubles in bed (hence the cock).
* "Two Dozen and one Greyhounds", where Santa's Little Helper finds a mate, was developed so the writers could get this exchange in, somewhat subverting the trope in the process:

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* This one sorta doubles as GeniusBonus, but in "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E2TheParentRap The Parent Rap" Rap]]" Judge Harm says "If I want a cock-and-bull story, I'll read Hemingway, thank you". Ernest Hemingway Creator/ErnestHemingway once wrote a story about a matador (hence the bull) who had troubles in bed (hence the cock).
* "Two "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E20TwoDozenAndOneGreyhounds Two Dozen and one Greyhounds", One Greyhounds]]", where Santa's Little Helper finds a mate, was developed so the writers could get this exchange in, somewhat subverting the trope in the process:



** A similar joke was done on "O, Brother Where Art Thou?", where Bart calls Homer's long-lost half-brother a "bastard" -- not as an insult, but because Herb was born out of wedlock (for context: Grampa Simpson had sex with a dunk-tank worker at a carnival who liked to have sex with men for money. When she came back a year later, she had baby Herb in her arms and the two decided to give him up for adoption, since neither of them wanted him). It CrossesTheLineTwice when Bart begins singing, "Bastard" nine times during the family drive home from the hospital.

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** A similar joke was done on "O, Brother "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E15OhBrotherWhereArtThou Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?", Thou?]]", where Bart calls Homer's long-lost half-brother a "bastard" -- not as an insult, but because Herb was born out of wedlock (for context: Grampa Simpson had sex with a dunk-tank worker at a carnival who liked to have sex with men for money. When she came back a year later, she had baby Herb in her arms and the two decided to give him up for adoption, since neither of them wanted him). It CrossesTheLineTwice when Bart begins singing, "Bastard" nine times during the family drive home from the hospital.



* The episode "Skinner's Sense of Snow" has two standouts. After suffering much verbal abuse at the hands of Principal Skinner, Groundskeeper Willie announces he'll do no more work with the line "That's the last time you'll slap your Willie around." Later, while tied up in a burlap sack used to store dodgeballs, Skinner tells the school hamster "Quick, Nibbles, chew through my ballsack." The hamster [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere squeaks in disgust and leaves]].
* From "Hurricane Neddy," when Flanders' doctor was showing him film footage of how he used to act as a kid:
-->Ned: I'm Dick Tracy! Bam! Take that, Prune-Face! Now I'm Prune-Face! Take that, Dick Tracy! Now I'm Prune Tracy! Take that, Dick--

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* The episode "Skinner's "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E8SkinnersSenseOfSnow Skinner's Sense of Snow" Snow]]" has two standouts. After suffering much verbal abuse at the hands of Principal Skinner, Groundskeeper Willie announces he'll do no more work with the line "That's the last time you'll slap your Willie around." Later, while tied up in a burlap sack used to store dodgeballs, Skinner tells the school hamster "Quick, Nibbles, chew through my ballsack." The hamster [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere squeaks in disgust and leaves]].
* From "Hurricane Neddy," "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E8HurricaneNeddy Hurricane Neddy]]," when Flanders' doctor was showing him film footage of how he used to act as a kid:
-->Ned: I'm Dick Tracy! Comics/DickTracy! Bam! Take that, Prune-Face! Now I'm Prune-Face! Take that, Dick Tracy! Now I'm Prune Tracy! Take that, Dick--



* Black-Eyed, Please," when Ned punches Homer. He wants Homer to punch him ("Eye for an Eye") and shows up at the power plant.

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* "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS24E15BlackEyedPlease Black-Eyed, Please," Please]]" when Ned punches Homer. He wants Homer to punch him ("Eye for an Eye") and shows up at the power plant.



*** A similar joke was made back in "Separate Vocations" when Skinner assured another teacher that "no one will make fun of your name anymore, Mr. Glascock."
* In ''Thirty Minutes over Tokyo'':

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*** A similar joke was made back in "Separate Vocations" "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E18SeparateVocations Separate Vocations]]" when Skinner assured another teacher that "no one will make fun of your name anymore, Mr. Glascock."
* In ''Thirty "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E23ThirtyMinutesOverTokyo Thirty Minutes over Tokyo'':Tokyo]]":



* In "I Love Lisa", Chief Wiggum tells the kids that he met Krusty (and got tickets to his anniversary special) while eating popcorn in a porno theater (in a reference to what happened to Creator/PaulReubens after ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' ended in the early 1990s):

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* In "I "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E15ILoveLisa I Love Lisa", Lisa]]", Chief Wiggum tells the kids that he met Krusty (and got tickets to his anniversary special) while eating popcorn in a porno theater (in a reference to what happened to Creator/PaulReubens after ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' ended in the early 1990s):



* From The Joy of Sect:

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* From "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E13TheJoyOfSect The Joy of Sect:Sect]]":



* In ''Pygmoelian'', Moe mentions that he has been called several variations of the word "ugly", one of which is "fugly", which means "fucking ugly".
* "The Real Housewives of Fat Tony" has a scene where Fat Tony flirts with Selma by saying "I don't know whether I should knock you in the kisser or kiss you on your knockers." Selma responds by saying "I don't know whether to peck you in the kisser or kiss you on--", but is cut off before she says a certain inappropriate word for the male genitals.
* In "Bart After Dark", when Marge gets a job as a ventriloquist, during her act with the Marge look-alike doll Twiggy, she names Twiggy's son "Chip", but it ended up sounding like the word "shit".
* In "Lisa The Simpson" we get he "The Offensive Baseball Cap" with the warning "Do You Dare Read It?" to which slowly rotates as Rodd and Todd read it out loud:

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* In ''Pygmoelian'', "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E16Pygmoelian Pygmoelian]]", Moe mentions that he has been called several variations of the word "ugly", one of which is "fugly", which means "fucking ugly".
* "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS22E19TheRealHousewivesOfFatTony The Real Housewives of Fat Tony" Tony]]" has a scene where Fat Tony flirts with Selma by saying "I don't know whether I should knock you in the kisser or kiss you on your knockers." Selma responds by saying "I don't know whether to peck you in the kisser or kiss you on--", but is cut off before she says a certain inappropriate word for the male genitals.
* In "Bart "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E5BartAfterDark Bart After Dark", Dark]]", when Marge gets a job as a ventriloquist, during her act with the Marge look-alike doll Twiggy, she names Twiggy's son "Chip", but it ended up sounding like the word "shit".
* In "Lisa The Simpson" "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E17LisaTheSimpsons Lisa the Simpson]]", we get he "The Offensive Baseball Cap" with the warning "Do You Dare Read It?" to which slowly rotates as Rodd and Todd read it out loud:



* "Sky Police" had a scene where the characters are in disguises, among them the Lovejoys are both wearing Goth costumes. The following day, Marge goes over to see them and it turns out that the Lovejoys have found a more "adult" use for their costumes. The radar operator then appeared to have fallen asleep after this, as Helen is apparently open to a threesome!

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* "Sky Police" "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS26E16SkyPolice Sky Police]]" had a scene where the characters are in disguises, among them the Lovejoys are both wearing Goth costumes. The following day, Marge goes over to see them and it turns out that the Lovejoys have found a more "adult" use for their costumes. The radar operator then appeared to have fallen asleep after this, as Helen is apparently open to a threesome!



* Not necessarily even intentional but at the very end of the episode 'Homer Goes To College' there is an uncensored (if very heavily muffled) Fbomb. It comes from the use of the recording of the song 'Louie Louie' by The Kingsmen (which was famously studied by the FBI to check for the supposed profanity-laden lyrics). Whilst the former rumour was untrue the FBI, and presumably the censors, missed the drummer shouting the word after making an error (later confirmed by the drummer himself). For those curious it can be heard at the very end of the credits during the 'Executive Creative Consultant' credit.
* During "Specs in the City", Bart's penis is briefly seen if you know where to look. (Though this isn't [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie the first time it happened]].)
* Krusty the Klown in "The Front", after another bad Itchy and Scratchy cartoon.

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* Not necessarily even intentional but at the very end of the episode 'Homer "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E3HomerGoesToCollege Homer Goes To College' to College]]" there is an uncensored (if very heavily muffled) Fbomb. It comes from the use of the recording of the song 'Louie Louie' "Louie Louie" by The Kingsmen (which was famously studied by the FBI to check for the supposed profanity-laden lyrics). Whilst the former rumour was untrue the FBI, and presumably the censors, missed the drummer shouting the word after making an error (later confirmed by the drummer himself). For those curious it can be heard at the very end of the credits during the 'Executive Creative Consultant' credit.
* During "Specs in the City", "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS25E11SpecsInTheCity Specs In The City]]", Bart's penis is briefly seen if you know where to look. (Though this isn't [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie the first time it happened]].)
* Krusty the Klown in "The Front", "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E19TheFront The Front]]", after another bad Itchy and Scratchy cartoon.



* Groundskeeper Willie says the new tractors are all "shite" in the episode "Fraudcast News". "Shite", of course, is how the people of the United Kingdom say the word "shit".
* In the ''Treehouse of Horror XX'' intro, when the monsters (Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster and a mummy) are confronted by their angry wives at Homer's Halloween party, Dracula's wife tells him, "You'll be sucking your own blood tonight!" It's pretty obvious what "blood" is supposed to be an euphemism for.
* The season 27 episode ''Halloween of Horror'' shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.
* In the episode "Homer the Vigilante," Grampa says "I'm filled with piss and vinegar! At first, I was just filled with vinegar," one of the first usages of the word "piss," one of Creator/GeorgeCarlin's "Seven Dirty Words," on network television.

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* Groundskeeper Willie says the new tractors are all "shite" in the episode "Fraudcast News"."[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E22FraudcastNews Fraudcast News]]". "Shite", of course, is how the people of the United Kingdom say the word "shit".
* In the ''Treehouse "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS21E4TreehouseOfHorrorXX Treehouse of Horror XX'' XX]]" intro, when the monsters (Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster and a mummy) are confronted by their angry wives at Homer's Halloween party, Dracula's wife tells him, "You'll be sucking your own blood tonight!" It's pretty obvious what "blood" is supposed to be an euphemism for.
* The season 27 episode ''Halloween "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS27E4HalloweenOfHorror Halloween of Horror'' Horror]]" shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.
* In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E11HomerTheVigilante Homer the episode "Homer the Vigilante," Vigilante]]", Grampa says "I'm filled with piss and vinegar! At first, I was just filled with vinegar," one of the first usages of the word "piss," one of Creator/GeorgeCarlin's "Seven Dirty Words," on network television.



* In "Brawl in The Family", when Amber awakes from the drunken bender Homer and the rest of the family sent her on, she takes both her birth control pills and the RU-486 pills (or as it's known by its colloquial name, the abortion pill.)
* In "Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy", while in the bookstore attempting to locate a book to help strengthen their marriage, to deter the kids from learning about what they're doing, Marge finds a book on [[ThoseWackyNazis "artillery"]], Homer picks up a book entitled "Mapplethorpe" with someone's buttocks on the cover and whose content causes him to scream. As you know, it's a book about artist Robert Mapplethorpe, whose artwork is rather controversial and risqué (and [=NSFW=], so Google at your own risk.)

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* In "Brawl "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E7BrawlInTheFamily Brawl in The Family", the Family]]", when Amber awakes from the drunken bender Homer and the rest of the family sent her on, she takes both her birth control pills and the RU-486 pills (or as it's known by its colloquial name, the abortion pill.)
* In "Grandpa "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E10GrampaVsSexualInadequacy Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy", Inadequacy]]", while in the bookstore attempting to locate a book to help strengthen their marriage, to deter the kids from learning about what they're doing, Marge finds a book on [[ThoseWackyNazis "artillery"]], Homer picks up a book entitled "Mapplethorpe" with someone's buttocks on the cover and whose content causes him to scream. As you know, it's a book about artist Robert Mapplethorpe, whose artwork is rather controversial and risqué (and [=NSFW=], so Google at your own risk.)
2nd Apr '17 11:23:12 AM nombretomado
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* In "I Love Lisa", Chief Wiggum tells the kids that he met Krusty (and got tickets to his anniversary special) while eating popcorn in a porno theater (in a reference to what happened to PaulReubens after ''PeeWeesPlayhouse'' ended in the early 1990s):

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* In "I Love Lisa", Chief Wiggum tells the kids that he met Krusty (and got tickets to his anniversary special) while eating popcorn in a porno theater (in a reference to what happened to PaulReubens Creator/PaulReubens after ''PeeWeesPlayhouse'' ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' ended in the early 1990s):
27th Jan '17 6:08:22 PM AnxiousMorty
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* In ''[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS20E18FatherKnowsWorst Father Knows Worst]]'' Homer falls asleep trying to build a model of Westminster Abbey, and in his dream he is haunted by ghost of the historical persons that was buried there, including being badgered by Creator/OscarWilde. At the end of the episode, they parodied the classic Disney outro, having Westminster Abbey taking the place of Cinderellas Castle and the Ghost of Oscar Wilde take the place of Tinkerbell. (He's a [[CampGay fairy]]).
24th Jan '17 4:11:54 AM SuperEquality07
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** The statue of Dave's penis can very briefly be seen for a split second, but it's blink and you'll miss it because the camera very quickly pans down from it immediately after it's displayed.
24th Dec '16 7:41:19 PM Erin582
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* In "Brawl in The Family", when Amber awakes from the drunken bender Homer and the rest of the family sent her on, she takes both her birth control pills and the RU-486 pills (or as it's known by its colloquial name, the abortion pill.)

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* In "Brawl in The Family", when Amber awakes from the drunken bender Homer and the rest of the family sent her on, she takes both her birth control pills and the RU-486 pills (or as it's known by its colloquial name, the abortion pill.)
* In "Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy", while in the bookstore attempting to locate a book to help strengthen their marriage, to deter the kids from learning about what they're doing, Marge finds a book on [[ThoseWackyNazis "artillery"]], Homer picks up a book entitled "Mapplethorpe" with someone's buttocks on the cover and whose content causes him to scream. As you know, it's a book about artist Robert Mapplethorpe, whose artwork is rather controversial and risqué (and [=NSFW=], so Google at your own risk.
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