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Homer vs. Dignity

Homer vs. Dignity

Rating: 3.9 (94 votes)

Synopsis

In order to get some extra cash, Homer becomes Mr. Burns' new prank monkey, embarrassing himself for money.


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Notes

  • Homer & Marge go to ''Let's Get Fiscal Financial Planning Service''.
  • The computer simulation of Homer's gravesite features an elderly Nelson Muntz kicking over the headstone and saying ''Ha, Ha!''
  • Carl mixes the words 'conquer' and 'concur' on his word-a-day calendar.
  • When Homer dresses up as the panda, his name is Sim-Sim.
  • Cosington's slogan is ''Over A Century Without A Slogan''.

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References

  • The plot of this episode is similar to The Magic Christian, in which two characters get people to do embarrassing stunts for money.
  • One float features a bobbing head of a Native American which resembles the Cleveland Indians mascot.
  • Mr. Burns' hijacking of the Thanksgiving Day parade parodies Animal House.
  • Seagulls swoop down on Springfield citizens a la Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.

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