When Bart swallows a hazardous prize from a cereal box and winds up in the hospital, Lisa finds out her jazz idol Bleeding Gums Murphy has a room of his own there. Sadly, this turns out to be his deathbed, and not only is she upset about him dying, but she realizes that nobody will ever remember him for his music, unless she does something about it. Written by
Daniel Timothy Dey
Did You Know?
The James Earl Jones
characters who appear in the Bleeding Gums vision were actually voiced by Harry Shearer
, although Jones had previously appeared on the series, doing voices in all three portions of the first Treehouse of Horror. See more
Bart's appendectomy scar is on the wrong side - it's on the left, but the appendix is located on the right side of the body. See more
Jazz? Who needs it? We can make up our own music.
[to the tune of Mary Had A Little Lamb
Dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee...
Homer, that's Mary Had A Little Lamb.
Okay. Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo...
Homer, that's the same thing, only you replaced your dees with your doos.
References 'Round Midnight
The Stars and Stripes Forever
Composed by John Philip Sousa
Hummed by Marcia Wallace See more