The Good, the Bart, and the Loki

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The Good, the Bart, and the Loki is an American animated short film based on the television series The Simpsons produced by Gracie Films and 20th Television Animation for Disney+.

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Odin: Loki, once again, for crimes against Asgard you are banished to Earth.
Loki: Ah. Where to? New York? London? Paris?
Odin: Springfield.
Loki: No-o-o-o-o-o!

Bart: Hey, man. Can I help you?
Loki: What would you know [turns into the Odin] of a distant, abusive father? And [turns into the Thor] a blonde-haired sibling who's always perfect?
Bart: Oh, have I got the family for you.

Homer: So, the boy says you're magic. Can you turn one pork chop into two? [Loki does it] I worship you, great Loki! Command me, O Lord. I renounce all other gods. [Homer worships Loki]
Lisa: The last thing this world needs is more pork chops.

Ravonna: Loki, I could give my verdict in two words or less, but as you would put it, you stand here acussed of tempering with the scared timeline, philosophically opposing predeterminism, crossing over into forbidden areas of Disney+, taking two spots in the Goofy parking lot, being more popular than all the heroes, having a British accent wher you're actually supposed to be from Norway, promising to be good, then breaking your promise like a zillion times, making us sit through numerous mid-credits scenes, hoping they advance the story! And will you please wash your nasty hair? Guilty as charged! Get out of my face.

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