In The Frying Game, why does Moe cover his ears and sing, "I've been working on the railroad"?
A. He doesn't want his cauliflower ears to attract attention while he's singing
B. To shut out the voices that tell him to kill
C. To block out the commercial jingles that are stuck in his head
D. He dreams of working on the railroad all the livelong day
Memorable episode quotes:
Homer: I crushed that horrible bug, what shall I do!?
Evil Homer: Bury it, quickly, before anyone finds out.
Good Homer: Oooh, I'm gonna tell!
Homer: The hell you will!
Homer: Please don't kill me, I wont tell anyone about the skeleton, and I can bring you more victims. Like Lenny! He go great with wild rice!
Homer: I'd kill for a beer..
Moe: Right away, sir, I don't want no trouble.
Homer: Hmmm.. I'd stab somebody for a pickle. Give me some peanuts.
Moe: Uh uh uh, you didn't say you'd kill me.
Homer: :sigh: I'll kill you if you don't give me some peanuts.