What with FXX showing every Simpsons episode ever, we’ve decided that we should honor this wonderful show. To give this show the attention it truly deserves we give you eight of the best chalkboard gags from the series.
I have a feeling that Bart is not going to obey that one. This gag came from the episode Moaning Lisa, the sixth episode in the series.
From the episode One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish, Bart promises not to cut corners. It’s also good advice when it comes to preparing blowfish.
File this one under pipe dreams, Bart is definitely not going to quit his wacky shenanigans. From the episode The War of the Simpsons, where Bart and Lisa trick their grandfather into letting them throw a party while their parents are away.
Now this is just good advice, not the best thing to do in this day and age. This gag hails from the episode Bart the Murderer, where Bart falls in with the wrong crowd and gets framed for murder.
The implication here is beautiful, just what did Bart see in the Teacher’s Lounge? This comes from the episode Dog of Death, about when Santa’s Little Helper runs away and becomes one of Mr. Burns’ hounds.
Just seeing this has you imagining Bart telling Miss Krabappel about what he really thinks about this punishment. This is from the episode Kamp Krusty, this quote from Lisa fully encapsulates her feelings on the camp, “Dear Mom, I no longer fear Hell, for I have been to Kamp Krusty.”
There’s no business like show business? I think now. According to this gag there are plenty of others. From the episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much, about Bart and his truancy.
This gag is wonderful commentary on MTV and how they’ve lost touch with their roots. This comes from the episode Lisa’s Sax, and we learn how Lisa got her hands on her saxamaphone.