08/18/2014 12:35 EDT | Updated 08/18/2014 22:00 EDT

'The Simpsons'' Best Canada References (VIDEO)

FXX is set to air the longest marathon in TV history when it runs all 552 episodes of "The Simpsons" back to back, starting Aug. 21.

Sadly, Canadians have been shut out of the fun, as FXX is only available to viewers in the U.S.

Since people won't be able to enjoy all their favourite Springfield hijinx north of the border, we here at The Huffington Post Canada wanted to give them a chance to have some fun anyway.

Or, if you're in the U.S., it's a chance to mock your northern neighbours.

Here are some of the best references to Canada on "The Simpsons."

The CFL Draft

It didn't hold Homer's attention. But then, it doesn't entertain all Canadians, either.

(From "When Flanders Failed," season three, episode three)

Robert Goulet!

(From "$pringfield (or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)," season five, episode 10)

"Anyone can miss Canada."

(From "The PTA Disbands," season six, episode 21)

"That's It! Back to Winnipeg!"

This wouldn't be the first time that the birthplace of Burton Cummings would be referenced on the show.

(From "Bart on the Road," season seven, episode 20)

"Naked Lunch"

"I can think of two things wrong with that title."

(From "Bart on the Road," season seven, episode 20)

"I moved here from Canada."

(From "You Only Move Twice," season eight, episode two)

Cigarette Smoking Man from "The X-Files"

The "X-Files" villain was brought to life on the paranormal mystery show by Toronto-born actor William B. Davis.

(From "The Springfield Files," season eight, episode 10)

Ralph Wiggum: "O Canada"

Ralph Wiggum probably could make it into the RCMP.

(From "Das Bus," season nine, episode 14)

"It's so clean and bland, I'm home!"

(From "The Bart Wants What It Wants," season 13, episode 11)

"Birthplace of Paul Shaffer"

This episode took place in Toronto, but Paul Shaffer was actually born in Thunder Bay.

(From "The Bart Wants What It Wants," season 13, episode 11)

Canadian graffiti

(From "The Bart Wants What It Wants," season 13, episode 11)

The Spell-lympics in Calgary

Lisa made it all the way to the finals. Sadly, she lost to adorable Alex in a rigged contest.

(From "I'm Spelling As Fast As I Can," season 14, episode 12)

"Now entering Winnipeg."

(From "Midnight Rx," season 16, episode six)

When Bart's class watches a movie ...

They're so excited, and then they see this.

(From "The Italian Bob," season 17, episode eight)

Elvis Stojko

Moe: "Don't you hags know that all male figure skaters are twinkly in the lutz?"

Elvis: "That's a common misconception. I have a girlfriend in Vancouver!"

Moe: "Made up girlfriend, made up city."

(From "Kill Gil, Volumes I and II," season 18, episode nine)

The Simpsons go to Vancouver

(From "Boy Meets Curl," season 21, episode 12)

"The Harvard of Canada"

(From "MoneyBart," season 22, episode three)

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