Mother Simpson [3F06]
Burns: Yes, I'd like to send this letter to the Prussian consulate in Siam by aeromail. Am I too late for the 4:30 autogyro?
Kid: Uh, I better look in the manual.
Burns: (groans) Oh, the ignorance.
Treehouse of Horror VI [3F04]
Thai restaurant in background of live action sequence Homer^3.
Homer to the Max [AABF09]
Trent: So where to eat? You like Thai?
Homer: Tie good. You like shirt?
Homer brings home Thai food from Thai Palace Restaurant.
Homer: Marge, this is Thai food. From now on, I want it morning, noon, and night.
Marge: When did you start liking Thai food?
Homer: When Trent Steele bought me some.
Marge: Who's Trent Steele?
Homer: He's Max Power's oldest and dearest friend.
Lisa: What's this wrapped in a banana leaf? [sniffs] Mmmm, smells like mint!
Homer: Oh, I spit my gum in there.
Lisa: Ew. (She drops the leaf.)
The Old Man & the "C" Student [AABF16]
Bangkok mentioned as site for the Summer Olympics.
They Saved Lisa's Brain [AABF18]
Lindsey: For a nickel a person tax increase we could build a theater for shadow puppets.
Dr. Hibbert: Balinese or Thai?
Lindsey: Why not both? Then everybody's happy.
Comic Book Guy: Oh yeah, everyone's real happy then.
The Mansion Family [BABF08]
Homer: (on the phone) Operator, get me Thailand. T-I- and so on.
Marge: Homer, who are you calling?
Homer: Everybody! I found Burnsie's address book. I called the New York Yankees and told them to bunt and then I called the Queen of England and asked her how it was going and then I--
Marge: Well, don't run up Mr. Burn's phone bill.
Homer: Just a second, Marge. (on the phone) Hello? Thailand? How's everything on your end? Uh huh. That's some language you've got there. (chuckling) And you talk like that 24/7, huh?
[At the end of the blog is a link to a sound clip of Homer Simpson trying to call Thailand.]
Homer vs. Dignity [CABF04]
Special thanks to Jan for pointing out the Thai reference that appears in the June 30, 2001 showing of Homer vs. Dignity. Smithers tells Mr. Burns he has written a play about the Malibu Stacey dolls and Burns replies, "A play about a doll? Why don't you write a play about cats or the King of Siam? Give it up, Smithers."