I actually have a definitive answer to this question. From Season 5: Bart's Inner Child [1F05] This episode is filled to the brim with phrases I use regularly: Geriatric Profanity Disorder Shame spiral "I really don't feel like being blamed." (ahem, I use this one A LOT. ) Also: "Tramapoline! Trampopoline!" The Road Runner parody where Homer tosses the trampoline into the canyon. The Gone With The Wind reference as Marge walks amidst the landscape filled with "wounded" children. Kent Brockman: "Springfield will have its first annual "Do What You Feel" Festival this Saturday, whenever you feel like showing up! It'll be a welcome change from our annual, "Do As We Say" Festival started by German settlers in 1946." Two words: James Brown. Mr. Burns: "...I'm really enjoying this so-called...iced cream. Mayor Quimby: By the way, this young lady is not my wife, but I am sleeping with her." Television: "You're off the case, McGonigle! You're off your case, Chief!" Reverand Lovejoy: "I fear we've made a false idol of this Brad Goodman!" Marge: Homer, did you eat my whole pan of brownies? Homer: ...Marge, I'm feeling a lot of shame right now. Marge: I'm hearing that you feel a lot of shame. Homer: And I feel that you hear my shame. Marge: I'm feeling annoyance and frustration, but also tolerance. Homer: I feel validated by that. Marge: Good! I'm glad we had this talk. Homer: Me too. My single fave episode. I guess we'll see it on DVD in about a year and a half.