The family sits; Maggie is squeezed off, up into the air and out of frame, but Marge catches her as she falls back down (this couch gag also appears in the. While the hairs grows, he says "What? Homer tries to climb up by falling down. Maggie is the last to arrive and, with a pickax, destroys the frozen family, which melts. A sword is planted in the couch similar to Excalibur. The scene turns into a oil painting and Homer d'ohes. The family looks around, wondering where Homer is. and sit down as normal. Homer is standing on a coiled platform, which launches him (and the rest of the Simpson family) through a pinball game called "Couch Gag Chaos.". HTML. The family are small toys on the couch. This couch gag was first seen on "Marge's Son Poisoning", then reran on the Season 17 finale "Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play". The family drops down from above, their necks in nooses. The cards form a picture of the Simpson family, with Homer's card showing part of his own face. The family runs into the room and take their usual places on the couch. The family members appear as they have in previous Halloween episodes: Homer is a jack-in-the-box (from 8F02), Bart is a mutantfly (from 5F02), Marge is a witch (also from 5F02), and Maggie is an alien (from AABF01); Lisa, an ax victim (the only one not based on a previous episode), asks what aliens have to do with Halloween, and Maggie demands "Silence!" Homer builds the couch in an IKEA themed instruction manual. “Clown in the Dumps” (Guest Animator: Don Hertzfeldt) In this Simpsons Couch Gag, idiosyncratic … The Simpsons' names fly onto the screen, taking their places above "COUCH". A judge awards Bart the blue ribbon, and Homer attacks Bart. The family runs into the room to find the couch missing, only to have the couch fall from the sky and crush them. Make an account! ", the furniture returns to normal and the Simpsons sit on the couch. Everybody's head pops out of a giant piece of apple pie; Homer bites into the pie. In a computer window, everyone is drag-and-dropped onto the couch, which is then drag-and-dropped onto a wastebasket; a computer menu item "empty trash" is then selected. Homer tries to get the bowl of chips but a knife stops him. The couch is outside, mounted on the end of a catapult. Meanwhile, in the living room. Except for Maggie, who comes in and has a medal and isn't injured. Two hands add to a Lite-Brite of the family on the couch. The Simpsons couch gags - S1 through 5 (reversed) Salinanatashia 901. Everyone lands safely on the couch except Bart, who bounces away; Homer pulls him onto the couch. The family sits, dresses up in spacesuits; the couch blasts off like a rocket. "Hardly Kirk-ing" RABF05 522 Original airing: Homer Shake. A second family comes and also sits on the couch. In black and white, everyone is wearing early-20th-century clothing and is watching the TV from a girder at a construction site. The Simpsons sit on the couch as normal and a camera flashes, setting off a series of family portraits. 2:07. Everybody sticks their head through a cutout of the couch and have their pictures taken. The wall behind the couch breaks and the Simpsons themselves in Duff Stadium during a rugby match. A vending machine filled with lots of characters (including the Simpson family) from the show appears instead of the couch. The couch gag changes from episode to episode, sometimes with the placement of the couch changing. The scene then cuts to The Simpsons in their living room, sitting on their new couch. The Simpsons' Funniest Video Game Parodies. Marge picks up a letter from the couch which sets the Simpsons off on a journey to find it, but Homer eventually wakes up from the dream, only to find a goodbye letter from Marge. 3066694. Browse more videos. The couch is strung up like a piñata. Homer is an Oscar, Marge is an Emmy, Lisa is a Grammy, Bart is a purple version of Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, and Maggie is a Stanley Cup. Homer sends a message with emoji of him, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and the couch, and recieves in answer "Meh" "I don't get it" "Needs a payoff" "Created by Matt Groening", to which he says "Oh, sorry, yes sir", and "Developed by James L. Brooks Matt Groening Sam Simon", to which he says "Who are these guys? The couch has a coin slot on the side. in a deep voice before disintegrating Lisa with a ray gun. Other couches attack people (though Moe is able to fight them off by shooting them with his shotgun), with the closing scene has Homer going into a couch store, sitting down, and being attacked. The couch gag is done in the style of ASCII artwork, with Bart putting the words "Fatso" on Homer's chest. When they reach the couch, they sigh in relief as their feet are black and smoldering. The gag ends with the family being strapped to the couch by the half chicken-half robot hybrid mascot of Robot Chicken, who forces them to watch Robot Chicken. The family (on fire) run in, screaming in pain. There, they are identified as the murderers, jailed, and electrocuted. Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie appear as penguins sitting on an ice molded couch, until they are eaten by walrus Homer. Cut to a shot of an unconscious Homer floating face down in the pool. A tray is placed into a microwave, and the family rises as the tray is cooked. Marge notices Homer is still naked and pulls down an animation cel that has Homer's clothes. An Advent calendar appears. A copy of "The Springfield Shopper" spins into frame, with the headline, "COUCH GAG THRILLS NATION" and a black and white photo of The Simpsons already seated. A rain cloud moves over a crop field behind the Simpsons' House, it rains, the cloud leaves and various fruits grow out of the ground the Simpson family (all except Homer) are bugs and sit on the largest fruit, Homer, as a grub, pops out of the fruit. PMCBBCode. The whole house is a painting too so he tries to change himself in a painting, but becomes a point stile comic instead. A giant baby picks up doll versions of the Simpson family and plays with them. The ape-Simpsons hoot and screech, scaring off the human Simpsons. The family cartwheels into the room and onto the couch; Maggie falls while cartwheeling and hops the rest of the way. When electrocuted they scream and light up. After getting hit through the door of the Simpson house, Homer arrives at the couch, with the whole scene, except him, in black and white, then he, The family arrives at the couch, but the room looks made of paper, they touch it to check it. Homer puts a quarter in a slot marked "Vend-A-Couch". Flanders gets it out successfully. The family runs in and freezes in mid-air; the camera pans around them in bullet-time, then time resumes normally as they sit. The Simpsons sit down on the couch that is revealed to be a sticker on a "Couch Gag Play Set". Lisa gets catapulted into the garage roof, and Homer gets run down by Marge as she drives into the garage. The family stands in a line, does a little dance (Egyptian-like moves) and lands on the couch, arms outstretched in a "ta-da!" Most couch gags are used at least twice, with a second occurrence usually in the same season as the first. The family sits with mismatched heads; they swap heads back and forth until they are back to normal. The family sits down and gets moved across the floor in a car wash, where they get sprayed with water, squirted with hot wax, and scrubbed with brushes. The couch is already occupied by a morbidly obese man, who slides over, giving the family little room to sit. Gallery; PMCVIEW3D; infoWhat is PMCView3D? I decided to make a new set with these characters. Homer murmurs "What the-?!". A space alien on the couch hears the family coming, pulls a hanging cord, and disappears through a trapdoor in the floor. Banksy began making a name for himself … At the end of the dream, the television tries to bounce on the couch but the plug line stops it and crashes. Bart remarks "Aye Caramba!". Homer runs in and his top half pops off, revealing Marge concealed inside; Marge's top half pops off, revealing Bart inside, and so forth (although it is unknown how Marge would fit in Homer due to her hair. Homer bangs on the wall a few times and a couch comes down, crushing him. An announcer tells the fans to raise their cards. The person completing the puzzle places all the heads on correctly except for Homer and Maggie, after which the former fixes them. The police arrive, and the family flee on the couch driven by Homer. The family sit on the couch. Hot fudge, whipped cream and a cherry are added and Santa's Little Helper eagerly devours them. She comes out of Homer's head (as Athena was fabled to have emerged full-grown from Zeus's forehead); Homer takes Maggie's pacifier to close the hole in his head. Switching to the myPad doesn't help either, so the mysterious character hits Homer with a hammer till he's unconscious. The family slides down into the living room from a fire pole and sits, except Homer, who gets stuck in the hole in the ceiling and flails about. It’s nice to see the writers making sure the episodes link to their couch gag, with this … They pick up their smartphones and carry on playing. The family runs in to find Santa's Little Helper dancing on his rear legs like Snoopy from the Charlie Brown Christmas Special while the popular theme from the Charlie Brown cartoons plays. They sit on the couch, dressed as A Christmas Carol characters, with Homer holding a chalice, but Ebenezer Burns arrives and asks Smithers to release the Christmas Hounds, that attacks the family that flees, with Lisa flying. Maggie pokes her head out. The family sits; the couch and family are crushed by the cutout foot from the opening of. Once Homer yells, "Hey! One long-running theme of The Simpsons ' opening gags plays with the idea of the couch being a living, sentient creature. One of the most memorable couch gags involved the Simpsons arriving to find The Flintstones sitting on the couch. The family arrives to find two repo men carrying the couch off. Couch gags play an instrumental role in each episode of The Simpsons, and this Sunday’s episode is one of the most ambitious in the show’s 31-season history.. Homer doesn't notice and tries to sit on the couch, falling beyond the paper on the stage, The family sits on a couch, the image of it is seen on a bronze coin that. The episode featured the longest couch gag to date, directed, written, animated, and produced by independent animator Don Hertzfeldt. Noraangelyn 721. The couch is sitting in the Evergreen Terrace subway station, and the family sits; the train arrives and they board, leaving the empty couch behind. Everybody and everything is made of gingerbread; Homer takes a bite out of Bart's head. " Marge's Son Poisoning " The Attacking Couches couch gag is the fourth couch gag of Season 17. "Some Enchanted Evening" was to be the first episode of the series, meaning if it was the first episode to air, its couch gag would've been the first instead of the one in "Bart the Genius". There is a message that reads; "Now for obligatory. When the family sits down, Homer sits on the part of the couch with the whoopee cushion underneath and triggers its farting sound. Maggie and Bart are unharmed, Lisa seems to feel even better. The family slips on banana peels on the floor, flipping upside-down in the air, but all land safely on the couch. A montage of couch gags from 8F18, 9F02, 9F10, 9F09, 8F09, 1F02, 2F31, 2F09, 2F06, 1F17, 2F11, and 9F08. Homer runs to the couch first. It finishes with the Simpsons sitting on the couch with Santa on the 24th. Earth's single large land mass breaks apart into five Simpsons-shaped continents, only for a, Homer is the patient from the board game ". The living room appears in an "America Onlink" window, on which a cursor clicks "Load Family," the message "Please wait... loading 1 of 5" is displayed, and a progress bar fills very slowly as the same few seconds of the theme music play in a loop; eventually, the pointer repeatedly clicks the "Exit" button in frustration but this does not seem to work. Cut to an outside shot of the family waiting impatiently as Homer struggles with a locked door. The family sits; the couch falls apart under their weight, leaving them sitting on cushions on the floor. Everybody is squeezed like frosting out of a pastry bag onto the top of a cake. He ends up neglecting the couch, and it ends up resorting to stripping and prostitution in order to support itself and its baby couch. Marge is first, Lisa's second, Bart is third, and Maggie is last. The Simpsons are dog show participants being lead on leashes by men in fancy suits. The shot cuts through the counter in the letter "P" to an establishing shot of the town of Springfield. The couch gag is a running visual joke near the end of the opening sequence. Homer looks to the empty space where Maggie is, then gets lifted by a giant Maggie as the camera pulls out to reveal the living room being part of a doll house and the family as the dolls that live within. The family flies into the room via jet packs; Maggie spirals in last, landing in Marge's lap. The family sits; their sizes are reversed, with Maggie the largest and Homer the tiniest. Homer walks on the set of South Park and The California Raisins but can't find it, and booes the raisins, but in the fight that follows a fire starts, he escapes through a door to find that the Nerd from Robot Chicken, who is watching a video of the previous Robot Chicken couch gag, bought it from Bart on a bid. Homer shouts, "Hey, don't shove! 0:53. The Simpsons sit down on the couch, which zooms out to a ball whacking game. The Simpson family is the furniture instead of the characters on the couch: Homer is the couch, Bart is the left lamp, Lisa is the right lamp, Maggie is the painting above the couch and Marge is the TV antenna. There's an Olympic-sized pool leading to the couch. The couch attempts suicide by jumping into the back of a garbage truck, but Homer ends up removing it and bringing it back to his house. Marge's hair turns puffy, Maggie's pacifier turns up missing, and everyone looks sad as three men wipe them dry and puts a new pacifier in Maggie's mouth. The Simpsons are hockey players. Homer says "D'oh!" Froggyme123 Level 10: Journeyman Architect. Professor Frink puts drops of water on them and they all grow to normal size, except Homer, who needs a bucket of water. The Simpsons, wearing white cowboy hats, exchange gunfire around the couch. The family swings into the room on a vine, like Tarzan; Homer fails to release the vine in time and crashes off screen. A cement truck pours cement onto the couch; the cement instantly hardens into sculptures of the family, but cement Homer's head cracks and falls to the floor. The screen zooms out to show them as a painting in a museum. The couch moves down an automated assembly line; Homer is added by a mechanical arm. At the end, the family arrives at the couch but it disappears leaving them on the floor. pose. The Simpsons couch gags S2. Report. The couch tries to reunite with Homer after having a "baby couch," but Homer casts it out. Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish, So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show, $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling), Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield, Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish", Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious, Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers", Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays, The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star, The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer, Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair), Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times, I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. The family crawls to the couch, but get buried by the sand underneath the desert sun. The family on the couch is pinned up, one by one, onto a bulletin board. The baby couch is now Maggie's chair. The twist: Homer, Bart and Lisa now look like. The Simpson family arrives on the couch gag, hand-drawn, but Bart is missing part of his head. The family members intermittently pop up out of five holes in the floor, a la Whack-a-Mole, with a large mallet attempt to whack them. He then finds a severed Homer's head. Grampa Simpson comes in and turns on the heat. The TV slides down a media center box, suspended on top of other media equipment. The couch is outside the house, which is a cardboard set that falls down on the Simpsons, The Simpsons chase after the couch through the articles on, The Simpsons running into the living room, and are lifted onto the sofa and into the air by several supporting characters as everyone sings to. Victoriainston22. Nothing happens. ", "Professor Frink is sitting on the couch, and he zaps the family, causing them to shrink. Season 6 - Episode 12. In the 2006 and 2007 portraits, they all look the same. The family sits; the couch rotates into a secret compartment in the wall (as in 9F01's gag), but instead of an empty couch on the other side, it's. Homer sits on the couch, puts sunglasses on and the couch is taken to a lower level via a hidden elevator. A Polaroid photo ejects onto the couch; it develops into a photo of the family. Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward contributed to the sequence. Homer, who takes longest to pop, is burned. 4:06. The living room is made of clay. The family is repeatedly sucked into a portal above the couch until Bart eventually separates from the rest, avoids getting beamed up, and closes the portal via a remote control. The family walks in, ready to go skiing. The family finds Grampa asleep on the couch, which has a folding bed. A trio of couch gags: The family runs in, crashes into each other, and shatters into pieces; Santa's Little Helper wanders in and examines the pieces. Each family member is a sperm cell swimming towards and penetrating the egg to sit on the couch. Several toy forms of transportation come into the living room, only to change. A voice says "Couch gag, take two." Brickfilm creater and YouTuber. Lousy. The couch gag was animated by Bill Plympton, becoming the third couch gag to be directed by a guest after graffiti artist Banksy directed the couch gag for "MoneyBART" and John Kricfalusi directed the couch gag for "Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts". The family are at the Running of the Bulls, that are couchs as bulls. The family, dressed as hockey players, with cuts and scrapes, skate into the living room and skate around the couch. They hop onto The couch (which is full of water) and sigh in relief. The other family members, dressed as archetypical silent film characters, join Homer. The Morning Email. The living room background makes way to reveal unicyclists and elephants in a large production number, while a circus-themed version of the theme song is heard. The family sits down as normal, except Maggie is missing. The Simpsons are a meal at a fancy restaurant (Homer is a garden salad, Lisa's face appears in a bowl of soup, Marge is a plate of spaghetti and meatballs, Bart is a T-Bone steak, and Maggie is the mint that comes with the restaurant bill), which The Comic Book Guy eats. The ice sculpture melts. The audience cheers as the head of a gladiator flies into the audience. The family arrives at the couch, but Homer notices the sail boat painting has disappeared. The family (in Christmas attire) sits on the couch, and the camera pulls out to reveal they are in a Christmas decoration which is on a Christmas tree, and Santa's Little Helper and Snowball II rest nearby. They are caught and placed in a police lineup. A stereotypical French sculptor quickly chisels out a statue of The Simpsons sitting on the couch. Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie are let in, while Homer is denied access. The family sits on the couch. The couch is replaced with a bird's nest and the family members take their usual places; then a large bird enters and feeds Homer a giant worm. The Simpsons Couch Gags. The family sits, and Bart puts a coin in it. The Simpsons are caught in a twister and when they land, they are on a farm in black and white. The family sits; with confused looks on their faces, they bounce around on the couch, passing over and under each other, ending in entirely different positions from where they first sat. Take a journey into Homer's brain and push the boundaries of animation. The living room is set up like a sauna. The family cannot sit, as the couch is already occupied by Santa's Little Helper, who growls menacingly; the family backs away cautiously. The Simpsons family wakes up from cryo sleep in a space ship except Homer. Generally, between one-half and two-thirds of the couch gags used in a season are new, while the remaining couch gags are repeats. He comes out of the museum and sees Bart, Santa's Little Helper and the whole Springfield as paintings too, he arrives home and sits on a couch with Maggie. Playing next. A cartoon left hand flips an animation cel that has eyes on it, flips another that has Homer's skeleton sitting cross-legged, flips another that has Homer's stomach and a can of Duff beer on the lap, flips another that has Homer naked, another where the rest of the family are fully clothed and sitting in mid-air, and another where The Simpsons are in their living room and sitting on the couch.