Uh, I've even been in Streetcar once before. Related Papers. Marge wins the lead in a musical production of "A Streetcar Named Desire", in which Ned Flanders plays Stanley Kowalski. Lisa: Wow! Crummy, lousy, rancid and rank. [Llewellyn throws a fistful of coins at the ground and Homer bends down to pick them up.]. There's nothing about bowling in the play. I'm Blanche DuBois! New Orleans is a song from "A Streetcar Named Marge." We'll be … Marge: Homie, I didn't get the part. How 'bout that, Marge? You were right. Ned, you're supposed to overpower her. Miss North Carolina! Otto: My name is Otto! Good day. Marge: I'm Marge Simpson. Come to Papa. . But tonight, you will all be transformed from dead-eyed suburbanites into white-hot grease fires of pure entertainment! Hello, Maggie. Lisa: I think it's supposed to symbolize her descent into madness. Ayn Rand: Don't like to nap, eh? ♪ All I want is one embrace ♪ [Car Horn Honking] Marge, … Marge: Why didn't you tell me you felt this way? A Streetcar Named Marge Marge joins a drama class playing a musical version of A Streetcar Called Desire but the teacher, voiced by Jon Lovitz, is horrible and strict. New Orleans! For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for A Streetcar Named Marge . [screeches] Oh, no. Stinking, rotten "vomity" vile. Homer: Fine. [Marge then imagines Homer instead of Flanders.]. [Llewellyn notices Marge on the phone to Homer. Marge: I told you several times. Hate to be an armchair Blanche, but I always gave it one of these. A Streetcar Named Marge. Is there any frontal nudity? Llewellyn: Well, would anyone else like a bite of banality? :]5��h%�@pqP�-���1�V�hKR�� ݧ�I3wɤ�B���5��6u-�b.`i6�%)�� �H�:$xJ�hQ�`%�ݖ ,������rs��E�@��5m�bnl���=������5�] ZEc. Take off your shirts! Homer: Yeah, like when I pick my teeth with the mail and stuff. I'm a faded Southern dame without a dime. [chuckles] Mrs. Simpson, do you know what a baby's saying when she reaches for a bottle? I feel like Lucie Arnaz-Luckinbill. Chief Wiggum: Long before the Superdome, where the Saints of football play, lived a city that the damned call home, hear their hellish Rondelet. Llewellyn: Perhaps we are all a little mad we who don the cap and bells and tread beneath the proscenium arch. The quote says that humans are born like clean slates and adversity plays a major role in shaping people. 31 likes. Putrid, brackish, maggoty, foul. She then holds two bottles of milk as she jumps down towards the table. Streetcar! Try joining a gym. The play dramatizes the experiences of Blanche DuBois, a former Southern belle who, after encountering a series of personal losses, leaves behind her privileged background to move into a shabby apartment in New Orleans that her younger sister and brother-in-law have rented. [Ayn Rand takes Maggie to a play pen where she is all alone, with only a ball to entertain her. A Streetcar Named Desire is a deeply musical work, from the strands of melody that are intertwined with the stage directions to the heroine's poetic speeches that punctuate the dialog like arias. ], Krusty Doll: If I break, buy a new one. Lyrics Ensemble: New Or-le-ans, Home of pirates, drunks, and whores, New Or-le-ans, Tacky overpriced souvenir stores. Streetcar named desire 1951 American drama tells the story of Blanche DuBois , who, after encountering a series of personal losses, leaves her aristocratic background seeking refuge with her sister and brother-in-law in a dilapidated New Orleans tenement. I'm your host, Troy McClure. And Homer is ignoring her again or whinging about his pudding can. [Ayn Rand takes Maggie's dummy and locks it away with hundreds more. Marge: I'm auditioning for a play. Maggy opens up her nappy and ties the string from a Krusty doll around her waste. Llewellyn: Passion, Mrs. Simpson. [Homer's in bed playing Bowling on a Gameboy.]. Marge: Homer, can you run some lines with me? Well, be a good girl, Maggie. New Orleans! It's time for another deep dive of a script from The Simpsons, showing the differences between what was written & what actually ended up on the air. Marge: Maggie is allergic to strained pears and she likes a bottle of warm milk before nap time. ], [Later on that day, Maggie climbs out of bed and wakes up other babies. [Yelling] Whoo-hoo! Flanders: Oh, let's not and say we did. Marge gets a taste of the acting bug and decides to volunteer at the Springfield Community Center. Llewellyn: I am not an easy man to work for. Marge: Hmm. Streetcar!" Marge: Come here. Notable Notes This was another episode held over from the third season production run. [Maggie's had enough. The toys all crash down, and Ayn Rand hears it. [Marge is talking to Chief Wiggum's character.]. Ringo Jones Productions 635 views. Homer: Yeah. Poor little dummard. Ayn Rand: I'm sorry, Maggie. [Back at the School For Tots, Maggie is trying to find things to substitute as her dummy. Syndicated columnist, William F. George! I'm, uh, I'm gonna crawl into bed with a bottle of amaretto. You can't let that happen. Apu: I'm collecting for the Evening Star. So I can open my own can of pudding, can I? Much action – TBD. Marge Simpson plays Blanche to Ned Flanders' bare-chested Stanley ina musical version of ``A Streetcar Named Desire.''. Llewellyn: Marge. Summary: Marge gets a taste of the acting bug and decides to volunteer at the Springfield Community Center. Maggie gasps, drops the milk bottles, grabs the keys, and is pulled back up by the string on the Krusty doll. And now here come the ladies! Lisa: Hey, look! It's a musical version of A Streetcar Named Desire. Marge: I'm lookin' for my sister, Stella. Isn't that exciting? A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE SCENE ONE: [it is dusk of an evening in early May…. Homer: Hey, there's some quarters in here. Ayn Rand: She's saying, "I am a leech." Hassle in the Castle (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! I understand that Blanche Dubois is a frail, hysterical woman, but the actress' wailing really just made me cringe. Marge, you were terrific. Homer: 'Cause I don't care, okay? I was sad. Me without a camera. Loading Preview. Cast: You can always depend on the kindness of strangers, to buck up your spirits and shield you from dangers. By the end, you were so bored you could barely keep your selfish head up. [Outside Flanders' house, Homer yells up at Marge who is rehearsing with Ned.]. ], [Back at the Springfield Community Center, Llewellyn is still trying to get Marge to get into character.]. They were writing how Marge gets into her role by seeing Homer’s selfishness like Marlon Brando’s. Llewellyn: Here. Mr. Boswell: Memo to Goldie Hawn: Cheerleading tryouts were 30 years ago. My mother the actress. It really got to me how that lady, uh, um … you know which one I mean. Marge: I'll twist this bottle in your face. Marge: I'm sorry, Llewellyn, I just … I just don't see why Blanche should shove a broken bottle in Stanley's face. Cast: A stranger's just a friend you haven't met. [Maggie plays 'Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy' on the xylophone.]. Tacky, overpriced souvenir stores. <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Helen Lovejoy: My name is Helen Lovejoy, and I'll be playing Stella. Multimodal Projects: A Streetcar Named Desire, Blue Jasmine, and “A Streetcar Named Marge” Please note: each of these project is “digital.” It must be composed on the web, and you must link it to your personal website. Homer: You know I would never do anything to hurt your feelings. Just part of the fun of going to an all-male school. The Setup Feeling isolated, Marge auditions for a community play, much to Homer's annoyance. Homer offers little support for his wife's acting pursuits, and Marge begins to see parallels between him and Stanley … It's last year's winner, Deborah Jo Smallwood! You're not working out. In the episode, Marge wins the role of Blanche DuBois in a musical version of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire. Llewellyn: You people out there, you're the stars! I've got to go rehearse with Ned. Flanders: Stella! Marge, I'll be out in the car. Homer: I mean, it made me feel bad. Uh-uh. Bart: [cockney accent] An' I'll talk like 'is. 3 0 obj The babies stack up all sorts of toys so that Maggie can climb up and try to get the dummies out. Ayn Rand: Playing nicely, little humans? Ayn Rand comes in to find Maggie amidst the mess.]. Marge: I'm sure you won't enjoy it. With Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith. Schnell! This man disgusts you! It's a musical version of A Streetcar Named…. First Aired - 10/1/1992 Marge auditions for the role of Blanche in the local community theater's production of Oh, Streetcar!, a musical version of A Streetcar Named Desire, and gets it after the director (voiced by Jon Lovitz) notices how beaten-down and depressed she is whenever Homer orders her around. Lionel Hutz: Lionel Hutz, attorney-at-law. Ayn Rand: A bottle? Marge: For God's sakes, you can pull the lid off your own can of pudding! Marge: Oh, forget about him. I can't fake an interest in this and I'm an expert at faking an interest in your kooky projects. She crawls into it and makes her way to Ayn Rand's office where she spots the keys on her table. They go over and look at the dummy collection locked away. He then climbs onto her angrily. [laughs], [Maggie stops just above the keys. endobj Stella! How Blanche was sad, and how that guy Stanley should have been nice to her. ����>6U��%��?���ׯ��\�NO� Z O���`-�zO4�6Y���$�0��2 �TΣ0���o�mʈ(~�Iv�Z,靕�A�ӂ�KR��3O)qF#���w�W��C��k~xl���� �Ƈ�Z�|Dz�!�)-�(H�9$�9$̂�;�*��T��]��y������ŏ��[�%� �7xey{|�M���D(:k��>��� ����bȦ1d�*�]�&��%I:^����ϭo�P�4���j*�� "A Streetcar Named Marge" is the second episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. Are you lost? A Streetcar Named Marge is the second episode of the fourth season of The Simpsons. , Woman #2: Won't you come home Bill Bailey…, Llewellyn: Thank you for nothing. And yet, it is a work that has notably resisted musical adaptation. Oh, what's a paperboy to do? Marge stars in a musical adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire, but is angry with Homer's lack of interest; Maggie squares off with her strict new daycare owner. I just wanted 40 cents for my deliveries last week. "A Streetcar Named Marge" is the second episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. Girls: We learned the truth at seventeen, that love was meant for beauty queens. Marge: Why can't you be a little more supportive? I absolutely adore Streetcar Named Desire, and I LOVE Tennessee Williams, but I found this dramatization way, way, WAY over the top! I will! I have a history of missing the point of stuff like this. Schnell! Apu: I am just a simple paperboy. No romance do I seek. Homer: So, what time does this play start? Clear the stage! Marge: Hi, Ned. Our aim here is to develop the bottle within. New Orleans! Homer: I wasn't bored. For Cheap! It's a musical version of A Streetcar Named Desire. Marge stars in "Oh, Streetcar! We're none of us perfect. [Marge is attached to guide ropes and is being pulled around by Moe and Barney to make her appear as she's flying.]. My pudding is trapped forever! I want to kiss you, just once, softly and sweetly on your mouth. The poor thing ends up being hauled to the nuthouse when all she needed was for that big slob to show her some respect. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 1, 1992. Tags: A Streetcar Named Marge, Jon Lovitz “Perhaps we are all a little mad, we who don the cap and bells and tread beneath the presidium arch, but tonight you will all be transformed from dead eyed suburbanites into white hot grease fires of pure entertainment! Bart: [with accent] Lookin' for a spot of fun with the missus, hey, guv'nor? We'll be cutting our first 40 contestants right after this. Troy McClure: If you ask me, they're all winners! Llewellyn: All right, let "ham-ateur" night in Dixie commence. Couldn't she just take his abuse with gentle good humor? . <>>> [Down at the Springfield Community Center, the auditions are being held for "Oh! Directed by Rich Moore. If you wanna go to hell you should take that trip to the Sodom and Gomorrah on the "Mississip". Mm. Marge: The play's tomorrow night. She tries her thumb, a crayon, a block, and even a Bart Simpson doll, but nothing seems to work. Troy McClure: If you ask me, they're all winners! In the episode, Marge wins the role of Blanche DuBois in a musical version of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire. The Simpsons 8F18 - A Streetcar Named Marge Episode Script. She grabs her nappy full of her essentials and goes over to the blinds. ], [Back at the Springfield Community Center, Ned and Marge are singing their lines.]. Schnell! Stella!" Flanders: Oh, indeedily-doodily. [Lisa lets go of Bart and he falls to the ground.]. I thought my life would be a Mardi Gras, a never-ending party. I'm flame-retardant. A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams And so it was I entered the broken world To trace the visionary company of love, its voice An instant in the wind (I know not whither hurled) But not for long to hold each desperate choice "The Broken Tower" by Hart Crane SCENE ONE Marge, I'll be out in the car. "Stella. Marge: Oh. x��Xێ��}7�(�C@34���,�e�l�����I�,f�n-/���S���"wL�00�ľԩ:u����3��ӛO��@��?ӻ�����Wo>F���{�*���E�q�J(WA�����W! <> While directing Hats Off to Hanukkah I reduced more than one cast member to tears. Aaah! A Streetcar Named Desire is a 1951 American drama film, adapted from Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1947 play of the same name.It tells the story of a southern belle, Blanche DuBois, who, after encountering a series of personal losses, leaves her aristocratic background seeking refuge with her sister and brother-in-law in a dilapidated New Orleans apartment building. I'll pick up a bucket of fried chicken, extra skin, rolls, chocolate cream parfait…. Lisa: Big Daddy, would y'all mind passin' a lil' ol' biscuit? Marge: Oh, come on, Homer. That's how much I care! Yes, yes, yes…D'oh! Troy McClure: Live from beautiful Laughlin, Nevada, it's the Miss American Girl Pageant! Isn't that exciting? }ş��~��{K��uY��ݮkzXK?� Homer: Bart, don't ask stupid questions. At first, she flunks the audition, but when play director, Llewelyn Sinclair ( Jon Lovitz having the time of his life) hears her talking to Homer, he realises that he has the perfect woman to play poor, downtrodden Blanche DuBois. Homer: Kids, wait in the car. If you want to go to Hell, you should take a trip To the Sodom and Gomorra on the Miss-iss-ip. Flanders: Aww, isn't that cute! A Streetcar Named Desire (Screenplay) Gary Bourke. She is cast as Blanche DuBois in a musical version of "A Streetcar Named Desire" directed by the flamboyant Llewellyn Sinclair. Llewellyn: Those auditioning for the role of Stanley, take off your shirts. Troy McClure: Like Miss South Dakota! "A Streetcar Named Marge" is the second episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. I play Steve. ], [An Alfred Hitchcock look-alike walks past with his dogs.]. Bart: Are there any jive-talking robots in this play? I made some peanut butter brownies for everyone. Will this bewitching floozy, seduce this humble newsie? Marge: Stanley, stop or I'll tell Stella. I'm filing a class-action suit against the director on behalf of everyone who was cut from the play. ], Krusty Doll: Hey, kids! Miss Alaska! And Mr. Boswell, the man behind those infamous worst-dressed lists. Llewellyn: Mrs. Simpson, if you set out to push the bile to the tip of my throat, mission accomplished! You're all terrible! Homer: D'oh! You haven't met. Marge: Kids, I won't be home tonight so I'm leaving you some low-cal microwaveable TV dinners. Flanders: Aren't you being a little hard on old Homie? Flanders: [chuckles] Here, Marge, let me. Marge: Now here's a tip from Blanche you won't regret. And I'd like to apologize one last time for my unfortunate remarks at the United Nations. Marge: I haven't been in a play since high school and I thought it would be a good chance to meet some other adults. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 1, 1992. Cast: New Orleans! ], Homer: Maggie, time to go to the… [screeches], [Homer makes his way slowly through the babies, grabs Maggie, and slowly makes his way back out. In the episode, Marge wins the role of Blanche DuBois in a community theatre musical version of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire. Marge is infuriated by Homer's brutishness and insensitivity during preproduction, until he sees the play and reveals to Marge that he has grasped its meaning. Homer arrives with Bart and Lisa to take Maggie home. You see, Marge, while you're off in your own little world you forgot that other people have problems too. Mr.Boswell, can you give us a sneak peek at this year's list? Homer: Excuse me, Marge! ", a musical version of A Streetcar Named Desire. [Llewellyn gives direction to Ned and Marge.]. I think that if you told me, I would remember. Ayn Rand starts to make her way back to her office. There. Mm. She grabs onto the coil and shoots up to a vent. A Streetcar Named Desire is a play written by Tennessee Williams that was first performed on Broadway on December 3, 1947. In the modern play A Streetcar Named Desire, the author, Tennessee Williams, suggests that individuals are blank slates and adversity plays a major factor in shaping their values and their perspective on things. Homer: Hey, you know, I'm a lot like that guy. Let's rehearse the bottle scene! I played Blanche DuBois. Troy McClure: It's time to name our five finalists, starting with… Miss Montana! I'm playing Pablo! Brought to you by Meryl Streep's Versatility: Smell like Streep. This production is…. Marge: I'm auditioning for a play. 1 0 obj 3:51. %���� %PDF-1.5 New Orleans! Did I expect too much from fourth graders? There's the ol' face-shredder. Bart: Okay. Got a pain in me gulliver. Outside interests are stupid. �y7�6G5�mZ�(6��X�dW���CQ�]��^+cr�K�T�>�P����_�0����zdU�G��laܞ����cY�=�w�LÛj�hJw���%ꞹ�#�W���a lpAu��!|h��K��jTc��qd>�Y� �)�%KP"{R��g p@6���v��8�k���w�L�hӵ��)��ꩼ1Y�A��؇Q�Ӝ��1��&�/�oȬ!�4���`5�@R~*ƪln]���!���.x!q����=m�ﮏ�¸n�;6 �l�58�"�q�89���a�jG�j��=rDhΥ��0/�U�R�!_�%�0�̍�t�D��xO…�9�k'�; You take Blanche and you fling her roughly to the bed. What you ladies don't understand is that Blanche is a delicate flower being trampled by an uncouth lout… Forget it! 4 0 obj Little ol' Stanley me, huh? Oh, ye Gods! Mm-hmm. Marge: Whoever you are, I have always depended on the kindness of strangers. . Homer: What the … Why are you talking like that? Chief Wiggum: Oh, forget about it. Homer: [yelling] Whoo-hoo! Homer: Easy, easy. By Zahra Nazemi and A Movahhed. Nope. Meanwhile, Maggiesquares off with her strict new daycare provider. I'll be playing Blanche. TV Guide synopsis. I've done it again! stream Marge, every second you spend with this man he is crushing your fragile spirit. A/N: In case you all didn't know, this is from the Simpson's episode 'A Streetcar Named Marge' and after I watched it I thought it would make a great Naruto parody fanfic since Marge and Hinata are kinda the same; what with the whole living with someone who doesn't appresiate you. I am Llewellyn Sinclair. Bart: Can I slog off school tomorrow? I didn't know you were an actor. [kisses her]. Woman: What's the matter, honey? Meanwhile, Maggie squares off with her strict new daycare provider. Marge: Oh, see you later, kids. Llewellyn: Stanley is thoughtless, violent and loud. endobj Shows what you know, Marge. Homer: Well, this is the first I've heard about it. [with accent] I've got to stay in character. Dawn of Day: Stories from the Underground Railroad - Duration: 53:29. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 1, 1992. I mean, I'm not an idiot. Come to papa. ), https://transcripts.fandom.com/wiki/A_Streetcar_Named_Marge?oldid=127618. Oh, wait, there is. Bob's yer uncle, mate. A Streetcar Named Marge Written by Jeff Martin Directed by Rich Moore. ], [Maggie crawls out of Marge's hair, takes Ned's glasses and puts them on.]. <> Token black panelist, Drederick Tatum! Home of pirates, drunks and whores. I'll be playing your part. My sister runs a daycare center. Yes, yes. I guess a few weeks wouldn't hurt her. Anger. 2 0 obj You can't let that happen. [Bart flies around in the flying device while Lisa holds him up.]. Deborah Jo Smallwood: Tonight, my reign as Miss American Girl comes to an end. Marge: I just don't see what's so bad about Stanley. Miss Indiana! Marge: I'll twist this bottle in your face!! Homer: That's okay. [Troy McClure hosts is on TV hosting the Miss American Girl Pageant.]. Can't you hear me yell-a, you're puttin' me through hell-a, Stella, Stella! I'm asking for white-hot rage and you're giving me a hissy fit. She is cast as Blanche DuBois in a musical version of A Streetcar Named Desire directed by the flamboyant Llewellyn Sinclair. Marge: Stanley, stop, or I'll tell Stella. Homer: Marge, can I get some change for the candy machine? Otto: Hey, man, if you like that, you should see my butt. Marge, feeling bored and invisible in the family, decides to audition for a musical version of the Tennessee Williams play A Streetcar Named Desire. The box! What disappointed you about A Streetcar Named Desire (Dramatized)? endobj We don't allow these here. Marge: You know, I spend all day alone with Maggie and sometimes it's like I don't even exist. [laughs], [Ayn Rand enters her office and one of the bottles rolls off the desk and shatters on the floor. Homer: Shut up, boy. This is a phrase that will She then slides over to the locker on a coat hanger, with the keys in her mouth. Transcripts Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. The review, "Play Enjoyed By All," speaks for itself. The Krusty doll talks from having its string pulled. Marge: My name is Blanche DuBois. Good, good. Well, at least that's what I thought. Ha! Hmm? Let's take a minute to meet our distinguished panel of judges: Skin-care consultant, Rowena! Let's grow up, shall we? SS is dedicated to The Simpsons and host to thousands of free TV show episode scripts and … [Back at the Springfield Community Center, the cast are introducing themselves to each other.]. Marge: Homer, it'll just be a few minutes more! Good night. Flanders: Hot diggity! A Streetcar named MARGE - Duration: 3:51. Lisa: [with accent] Would it help if I talked like this too? �d�����ǡGX��V��V i~�;���p���-{�>�j;�.a-�u�b�Y��R���Z�E�J��J:�/�wϿ[rPc*�н�ݟ̵r2�}A>� ΃Ufy��^��XN;&���;WI���LIj5��$^���,^DgO�d�DH8ƹז�P�ә�ī$H��5���3�B�?����K�qw������ty�gIFQ�W�� �]Yza�ߑ�uKjD�Q2��jD�/����™S�0H"{�o��{���������� %y�X�O��#��#f�u��p����w[�}�k�2��I`�0,� "A Streetcar Named Marge" is the second episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. I'm planning for a fourth. Episode tersebut awalnya disiarkan dalam saluran Fox di Amerika Serikat pada 1 Oktober 1992. Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events Just strike the sets! Marge: [southern accent] Here you are, Homer. I want to talk to your mother about this play thing. Marge: Kids, I won't be home tonight so I'm leaving you some low-cal microwaveable TV dinners. Note: Much action – TBD means that something needs to happen here but that it is “To Be Determined” during rehearsal, so we’re not sure just what it is yet. Lisa: Uh-huh. Ayn Rand: Mrs. Simpson. Mm! New Orleans! Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. ], Marge: [groans] I'll come home right away. New Or-le-ans, Stinky, rotten, vomiting, vile, New Or-le-ans, Putrid, brackish, maggoty, foul. Marge: Maybe I should have taken a nice calligraphy class. Déshabillez votre chemise! The piano is playing, and several people are warming up their vocals.]. She grabs a plastic gun and shoots a rubber dart across to the locker filled with dummies. This time it will be the Season 4 episode “A Streetcar Named Marge”. That Mr. Takahashi's a lunatic. Marge: I play an aging Southern beauty who's driven to insanity by her brutish brother-in-law, Stanley. I have directed three plays in my career and I have had three heart attacks. We have a place for babies like you. Otto the bus driver, police chief Wiggum and convenience-store owner Apuare also in the cast. A Streetcar Named Hinata. Except you. "A Streetcar Named Marge" adalah episode kedua dari musim keempat The Simpsons. Lisa then convinces Krusty to turn into a serious actor, and he takes part in a parody play version of Death of a Salesman, called The Salesman's Bad Day, written by Llewellyn Sinclair (his second appearance from "A Streetcar Named Marge") who at first couldn't do, until Sinclair motivates him, causing Krusty to become a serious actor until his clown self appears in his mind, telling him that he is still a clown and … I don't like to toot my own horn, but we're the only daycare center in town that's not currently under investigation by the state. You played her. All right. ], [Maggie crawls back through the vents. Bart: Hey, look at me. In the play itself, music plays a significant role both as a mood setter and as a source of characterization. [snores]. When she gets to the locker, she opens it with the keys and throws up dummies to all the babies. A Feminist Study of Otherness in A Streetcar Named Desire and Its Iranian Film Adaptation, The Stranger. Llewellyn: Hello! Marge! Llewellyn: Hallelujah! Homer: You know, the painting class, the first aid course, the whole Lamaze thing. �|lQS��%'ۺ�A���c ������Ř=`m���)NОt�h�{�������7bs��h�ʴ�}�o��ҶB!��t�؟����n�ݩi]j� �B�U@��VN�980�''p�)W[�"Y`i��䒻�||м��}w�D� v�#]��Ɇv��B\T?A�F�9��J�c�W�1[Z*T�>��|�����iZ�떚�>/׺SZ�$��J��#�T��+!� u;��+�.�����T�.��5�ߊi��Nl9��? I also play Mitch! Apu: I am Apu Nahasapeemapetilon. [Ned grabs Marge and flings her onto the bed. Llewellyn: You're, you're pulsing with animal lust! Marge, every second you spend with this man... he is crushing your fragile spirit.

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