The guitarist in "Eat It" actually explodes! The titular "Germs" want to control him! They want to destroy him! They're trying to kill him! It kind of upsets him. Heard as the camera pans up Al wearing the MJ costume in the video for " Fat ".
The opening sequence of The Simpsons features a couch gag; a "twist of events that befalls the Simpson family at the end of every credit sequence as they converge on their living-room couch to watch TV. The couch gag changes from episode to episode and usually features the Simpson family's living room couch. A typical gag features the Simpsons running into the living room, only to find some abnormality with the couch, be it a bizarre and unexpected occupant, an odd placement of the couch, such as on the ceiling, or any number of other situations, such as to make a pop culture reference. Longer couch gags have sometimes been used to fill time in shorter episodes, such as in " Lisa's First Word ", " The Front "  and " Cape Feare ". Couch gags[ edit ] Key The production code refers to the code assigned to the episode by the production team.
She has high morals and a tendency to be a 'wet blanket' as Homer puts it. She dislikes and tries to avoid taking any sort of risk, can be fearful of new things and has set her life to a routine to the point she has actually worn a groove into the carpet going from the kitchen to the bedroom and the basement from her constant housework. In one episode, it is revealed that, if Marge were to be removed from the town she was in jail at the time , the entire town of Springfield would fall to bits.