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Top 10 Hilarious Homer Simpson Moments

VO: Rebecca Brayton
This iconic character has made us laugh more times than we can count. Welcome to and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Hilarious Homer Simpsons Moments. For this list, we’re taking a look at the funniest Homer moments throughout “The Simpsons.” We’re leaving out the more emotional moments, such as Homer’s tearful goodbye to his mother, however. Have an idea you want to see made into a WatchMojo video? Check out our suggest page at http://WatchMojo.comsuggest and submit your idea.

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This iconic character has made us laugh more times than we can count. Welcome to and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Hilarious Homer Simpsons Moments.

For this list, we’re taking a look at the funniest Homer moments throughout “The Simpsons.” We’re leaving out the more emotional moments, such as Homer’s tearful goodbye to his mother, however.

#10: Indiana Jones Spoof

On a regular basis, “The Simpsons” will poke fun at popular movies with hysterical results. This Season Three episode opens with one of the show’s absolute best parodies. Bart assumes the role of Indiana Jones, attempting to escape with Homer’s jar of change. It’s Homer who steals the scene, however, as he chases Bart down the stairs, only to trip and fall, essentially becoming a human boulder. Wearing nothing but his tighty whities, Homer continues to pursue Bart, and even ruins his garage door in the process. We also get to witness his fantastic ape impression as he watches Bart escape with his money.

#9: Dental Plan

To his credit, Homer almost always acts in his family’s best interests. Sometimes it just takes him awhile to leap into action. Ecstatic about receiving a free keg of beer at work in exchange for surrendering the company dental plan, Homer lines up, only to hear Marge’s voice in his head, reminding him that Lisa needs braces. As Homer ponders about the connection between the dental plan and Lisa, the guys drop a pencil in his butt crack. Regaining his train of thought, Homer finally realizes that he needs the dental plan, setting the stage for one of the best episodes in the entire series.

#8: Homer Steals Moe’s Car

If you’re planning to commit insurance fraud, it may not be the best decision to give Homer Simpson an important role in your scheme. That is exactly the mistake Moe makes. All Homer has to do is park Moe’s car on the train tracks, but naturally he gets distracted by a drive-in movie. Missing the train, Homer improvises, and attempts to drive the car off a cliff. His effort to jump out of the car fails in hilarious fashion. Homer somehow survives the crash, but immediately emerges from the water to several police guns. The cat burglar outfit doesn’t exactly help his case.

#7: Stupid, Sexy Flanders!

One of the best reoccurring gags on the show is Homer’s hatred of his neighbor, Ned Flanders, and this is easily one of the funniest moments between the two. Hitting the slopes, Homer runs into his arch frenemy, who’s wearing an outfit that leaves little to the imagination. This causes Homer to lose control on his skis. Going down a steep mountain, he attempts to remember the advice his ski instructor gave him. Unfortunately, he can only remember his encounter with Flanders and his sculpted bottom in that tight ski jumpsuit.

#6: BBQ Pit Rage

To say Homer has never been an expert at building things is an understatement. In this classic scene that displays Homer’s anger and stupidity, he attempts to build a barbecue pit. Things get off to a rocky start when he immediately spills all of his supplies into wet cement, and it only goes downhill from there. The show tries to fool the viewer for a second, as Homer stares at a beautiful constructed pit. Honestly, though, did anyone really fall for that? We immediately see that Homer’s pit is a downright disaster, sending him into a hilarious fit of rage.

#5: It’s a Geo!

We return to the Flanders-Homer rivalry for this classic moment. Unlike their usual encounters, however, this time Homer is actually desperate to hang out with Flanders, and it’s Neddy trying to avoid his neighbor. Flanders attempts to escape an offer for a quick nine at the Pitch 'n' Putt, despite the limitations of his car. In a hilarious spoof of “Terminator 2,” Homer chases the car down and latches on using his golf clubs. Flanders is eventually able to shake him off the car, but even this doesn’t deter Homer, who simply chalks it up to a misunderstanding.

#4: King-Size Homer Saves the Day

Only Homer Simpson would gain even more weight in order to claim disability and work from home. That’s the main storyline in this episode, as Homer gets out of the plant’s new exercise program by putting on almost 60 extra pounds. Naturally, Homer neglects his responsibilities, and his reliance on a drinking bird to cover for him results in a near nuclear meltdown. Homer attempts to save the town and hilarity ensues as he hijacks an ice cream truck and drives to the plant. Ironically, Homer’s weight increase actually saves the day, as he falls into the tube and blocks the gas with his body, earning him a medal.

#3: Space Chips

If our last entry proved anything, it’s that Homer loves his food. In this episode, Homer somehow finds himself in space with Buzz Aldrin and Race Banyon. Unable to simply enjoy the majestic view on its own, Homer reveals that he smuggled a bag of potato chips on board. Due to the lack of gravity, they immediately spread around the spacecraft, threatening to clog the instruments. Ever the hero, Homer releases his seatbelt and floats around, eating them one by one, with the music echoing Stanley Kubrick’s iconic film, “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Of course this only creates more problems, as Homer crashes into an ant colony.

#2: The Land of Chocolate

After Mr. Burns sells the power plant to German investors, they immediately evaluate all of the employees, including Homer. During the interview, the Germans remind Homer that they are from the Land of Chocolate, immediately sending him into a dreamlike sequence where everything is made out of chocolate. He prances around with chocolate bunnies, chows down on chocolate raindrops, and even takes a bite out of a chocolate dog. What makes this scene even funnier is how excited Homer gets when he sees a sign for a store selling half-priced chocolate, despite the fact that he could just eat the whole town for free. Unfortunately for Homer, the sequence distracts him for ten minutes, costing him his job.

Before we unveil our number one pick, here are a few honourable mentions:

To Alcohol

I Am So Smart, S-M-R-T

Homer Escapes Candy Convention

#1: Falling into Springfield Gorge

This scene sums up Homer Simpson to a tee: a caring father who loves his son, even if he doesn’t always show it. After finding out Bart’s plan to jump Springfield Gorge on a skateboard, Homer does everything he can to stop him, eventually convincing his son not to make the jump. Unfortunately, Homer’s happiness is short-lived, as he realizes he is actually on Bart’s skateboard heading towards the gorge. Despite his momentary belief that he may actually make it, Homer ultimately falls into the gorge. Of course things don’t end there, as the gurney carrying Homer into the ambulance rolls out and sends him back down the gorge a second time.

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