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Homer Simpson, High School Homer

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Name:  Homer Simpson, High School Homer (Homer)
Release Info:  Exclusive, 2002 rel. 2002
Item Code:  F0090
Description:  When he was 17, he drank some very good beer. He drank some very good beer that he purchased with a fake ID. His name was Brian McGee.. Homer dressed in blue tuxedo, ready to go to the prom with Marge.
Voiced By:  Dan Castellaneta
Accessories:corsage
Unique Phrases:  5
Compatibility Ratio:  1 / 39 environments
Packaging:  Boxed (E.B./Diamond exclusive)
Height & Weight:  4.82" [12.24 cm], 2.3 oz. [65.2 g]
Resistor Values:  27k & 27k

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Phrases:
 High School Prom all pegs

"English, who needs that? I'm never going to England!" [The Way We Was]

"I just met this girl, Marge Bouvier, and I want to force her to like me." [The Way We Was]

"I'm in love." [The Way We Was]

"I'm not asking you to like me, I'm just asking you to be fair." [The Way We Was]

"Marge, would you go to the prom with me?" [The Way We Was]

Total Phrases (incl. duplicates): 5

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