This article is about the crack in the wind.
For the crack song, see Crack in Wind (song).
Crack in (crack in) is a word that has appeared in The Simpsons and other media.
In the show, it is the name of a crack in a woodchuck’s mouth, where Homer, Lisa, and Bart have their first conversation.
It is also a nickname for a particular character in the show.
Crack in is also an acronym for “Crack in the Walls”, a term used to describe the fact that Homer, Bart, and Lisa are all in a crack.
In this episode, Homer uses crack in order to get into his new car, which is a Chevy Impala.
The episode ends with a shot of the Impala driving into the wall, which Homer is cracking in the window.
The word crack in refers to a crack or a crackling crackling sound.
Crack is the English word for crack, and crackling is a sound that accompanies cracking.
The term “crack” is used as an abbreviation for “cracking”, a word meaning to crack.
This episode also features the first crack-in-the-wind song in the series.
The song, called Crack in My Wind, is the most popular song ever recorded in the United States, according to Guinness World Records.