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  • The Color Yellow (MABF06 / S21E13) - In a story about the family's history, Mable Simpson helps Virgil, a black salve, escape into Canada. Mable, "Now let's take you to a place where a black man can blend in... Canada."
    • It is revealed that Mable and Virgil, are Homer's great-great grandparents, and their son Abraham was born in Canada.
    • The episode ends with a medley of La Marseillaise, O Canada, and The Battle Hymn of the Republic.
  • Boy Meets Curl (MABF05 / S21E12) - Homer and Marge go to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics as part of the United States mixed curling team.
    • The opening ceremonies, written by Canadian director Ivan Reitman of Ghostbusters, all countries introduced with, "Who are you going to call..."
    • Bart's new Canadian friend, Milhoose asks, "Your sister is hotter than a Calgary brushfire, mind if I ask her oot?", but after seeing her obsession with Olympic pins he comments, "She is as loonie as a one dollar coin. "
    • When Skinner breaks his broom during the finals, a man with a fleur-de-lis flag yells "sacrebleu" and the man with a Canadian flag next to him says "sacred blue"
    • The episode incorrectly predicted that the gold metal hockey game would be between the United States and Russia.
  • The Simpsons Movie (Movie1 / Movie) - To get to Alaska by truck, the Simpsons must have driven through Canada. Also a leaf, that Homer used to write on, is a highly-stylized eleven-pointed maple leaf whose designed orginated with the Canadian flag.
  • Midnight Rx (FABF16 / S16E06) - Homer and Grandpa start smuggling drugs in from Canada when drug costs get to high in the United States. In Canada they meet up with Grandpa's contact who gives them a Health Care card and says "take that to any pharmacy and you'll get enough drugs to make Regina look like Saskatoon".
  • After several runs finally they gets arrested at the border. In jail they are visited by a lawyer with a French translator.
    • Lawyer: We have confiscated your car and all its contents
    • Translator: Nous avons confisqué votre voiture et tout son contenu
    • Lawyer: You may leave Canada but never return
    • Translator: Vous pouvez quitter le Canada mais ne jamais retourner
    • Lawyer: I am a big fat french idiot
    • Translator: Je suis un grand gros ... hey
  • Also on the trip you notice the welcome sign to Winnipeg says "We were born here, what's your excuse?"
  • Catch 'Em If You Can (FABF14 / S15E18) - On Niagara Falls, Homer and Marge are about to go over the edge and Canadian and United States Coast Guard are fighting over who should help them:
    • American Coast Guard: Back off Canadians we got them
    • Canadian Coast Guard: You back off hosers, they are in Canadian waters, eh'
    • American Coast Guard: Beat it you puck smacking maple suckers!
    • Canadian Coast Guard: Take a hike you Shatner stealing Mexico touchers!
  • Bart and Lisa, who watch Homer and Marge go over the edge, are shown on the Canadian side of Horseshoe Falls.
  • The Bart of War (EABF16 / S14E21) - After a fight breaks out at the baseball game, Sideshow Mel suggests to sing a song. The Sea Captain recommends, "Not a hymn to war like our national anthem, but a sweet soothing hymn like the national anthem of Canada". The entire crowd then joined hands in the shape of the maple leaf and sang Oh Canada, with Marge holding a Canadian and Quebec flag. "Well Bart, we've learned that war is not the answer," said Milhouse. To which Bart replies, "Except to all of America's problems".
  • I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can (EABF07 / S14E12) - Lisa wins the state spelling bee and gets to go to the Spell-lympics in Calgary
  • The Bart Wants What It Wants (DABF06 / S13E11) - As Bart tries to win back his ex-girlfriend, the Simpson family make brief stopover to Toronto. There many things happen:
    • Getting off the bus Marge proclaims, "it's so clean and bland, I'm home!".
    • Homer, is unconcerned as he blindly jaywalks on a don't walk sign, telling Lisa, "It doesn't matter they have free healthcare!" Getting hit by a car he yells, "I'm rich!"
    • There is a montage of the family sightseeing, set to the song "Take Off" (featuring Geddy Lee of Rush). While in Canada they see the CN Tower, Skydome, the birthplace of Paul Shaffer (a bus station), Dodgers of Foreign Wars, and Paramountie Studios.
    • Throughout the trip Bart remains unhappy because of the loss his girlfriend, "I am a ten year old boy in Toronto, I should be the happiest kid in the world".
    • The episode ends with Bart and Milhouse joining Canadian Olympic basketball team. Impressed by their skills (by almost making a shot) a player suggest Bart be the center.
  • Das Bus (5F11 / S09E14) - Ralph Wiggum is the Canadian delegate at Lisa's model U.N. As soon as fight breaks out, Ralph starts singing "O Canada".
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