OK, fine, Bart says "piece of cake" first, but there's nothing funny about that, and I really wish he didn't say it. The joke is still the non-word response, so I'm including it. No, I don't think that means I should have listened to Alli, but if you think so, fine, just click the link to the other clip and I still have a valid Simpsons entry.
Animal House -- The Appropriate Response to Folk Music
Now we come to a response that actually could have gone in the one-word column, because there is a very funny one-word punchline here, but that comes when we're already laughing at the no-word response that precedes it. So I think this one is a totally accurate entry, it just works for both lists, so there. Stop judging me! Are you going to be like this for the whole list?
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"We don't hate you, Gladstone. We're just disappointed. . . but, of course, we'll still buy your book.
If you've never seen Animal House, well then I'm guessing your life consists of being brought to orgasm nonstop by supermodels because that's one of the few things more enjoyable than Animal House. On the small chance, however, that there have been two free hours in your life where you weren't having hot sex with beautiful people, then I'd humbly suggest that you failed to make good use of your time.
Animal House is the '70s classic about the least "fratty" fraternity ever, Delta House. Now supposedly, Harold Ramis, who co-wrote the film, based some of it on his old ZBT frat, which in my limited experience was one of the frattiest frats, but hey, movies are a wonderful place for imagination! Anyway, the scene I'm referencing is John "Bluto" Belushi's response to a beatnik playing folk music to score with some ladies at a party. For the kids, this was the early '60s equivalent of playing some John Mayer. Wait, no. That's like the early 2000s equivalent. Um, uh, it's like, hmm, not sure. Does music still exist?