Say The Line Bart

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread

Meaning


What does Say The Line Bart mean?

Say the line, Bart is a three panel exploitable meme, that was taken from The Simpsons.

In the screenshots, the classmates of Bart Simpson are asking him to say his catchphrase, that made him known in the same episode.

He gives in to the demand and reluctantly says the line, to which everyone around him is cheering.

The meme has Bart’s line exchanged with something else.

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Origin


What's the origin of Say The Line Bart?

The scene was seen in the 12th episode of season 5 of The Simpsons, titled Bart Gets Famous.

The episode aired on February 3rd, 1994.

Spread and Usage


How did Say The Line Bart spread?

“Say the line, Bart” is often used online as a means to parody a trend or a certain subculture, as it was done with many other memes and catchphrases.

The meme started to take off following the launch of Frinkiac which is a tool to look up every shot from The Simpsons.

This enabled people to capture and exploit scenes from the series, which resulted in Simpsons memes, such as “Say the line, Bart” take over Reddit and other platforms.

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