The Simpsons

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Chris rips off Homer's catchphrase.

The Simpsons is an animated sitcom debuting in 1989, about an extremely dysfunctional family, their daily life, and their various wacky adventures. In its early years, the show was considered one of the greatest TV shows of all time, but the quality has degenerated over the years, with ridiculous storylines and token celebrity appearances now the order of the day. Of course, Chris loves it, although not as much as he loves its sub-par lovechild Family Guy. It goes without saying that the cutting satire which has characterized the show (at least in its golden years) goes over Chris's head.

The show and Chris

They would later have their own family bonding...

Chris has ripped off or referenced the Simpsons many times in his life. Specifically:

Vocal impressions

In BlueSpike's PSN Chat v3.5, Chris attempts (very poorly) some impressions of various Simpsons characters (specifically Mr. Burns, Homer, Marge and Maggie). He would do the same in Mumble 7, impersonating Homer and Bender; in an eerie bit of foreshadowing, Chris's Homer and Bender voices sound exactly the same, but Chris doesn't notice.

Marge poster


Recently, it seems that the centerfold poster of Marge's Playboy magazine has become one of Chris's many defenses against becoming a homo.

Interestingly enough, there were two potential choices for him to pin on his wall; the first was a coy, innocent picture of Marge undressing (breasts visible but nipples concealed), the shadow of an eager Homer projected onto the rear wall, with Marge making eye contact with her husband.

The second was of Marge wearing a see-through dress, looking directly at the camera and offering donuts to the viewer. Chris, ever classy, picked the one that has the most visible breasts and rejected the one that even had the shadow of a man on it (especially since Marge was looking at Homer, and not the camera).

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