In order to revitalize its economy, Springfield decides to legalize gambling. As a consequence, Marge becomes addicted to using slot machines, while Mr. Burns develops a Howard Hughes complex.
Did You Know?
Gunter and Ernst are obvious parodies of Siegfried Fischbacher
and Roy Horn
. The fictitious white tiger attack presented here, eerily predicts the real-life incident ten years later. See more
When Marge is arriving in the car during the "boogieman" sequence, the door to the Simpsons house is perfectly normal and intact. Then in the next shot she looks through the door which now has a gaping shotgun hole in it. See more
[Burns flashes back to his childhood on the Springfield Waterfront: as a little boy riding the bumper cars, he ignores the other cars and heads straight for the legs of an Irish worker painting the rail
AH! Why, you little-!
[turns around and gasps
Master Burns! I mean, carry on.
[laughing, Burns ploughs repeatedly into his legs
AH! OOH! OW! Oh, me leg's gone gammy! Who'll provide for me little ones?
by Laurie Johnson See more