Homer's juvenile antics at the speedway track result in Maude Flanders falling to her death. For once Homer is genuinely sorry for his bereaved neighbour and attempts to help Ned find a new lady-friend via video dating. However, it does not work and Ned is in danger of losing his faith - until he meets the lead singer in a Christian rock band, Rachel Jordan, with whom he strikes up a new friendship. Written by
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The opening shot of Springfield Cemetery focuses on the headstones of memorable guest stars who were killed off in previous Simpsons seasons. See more
In the episode where Maude dies, Flanders is seen lying on the left side of a double bed. In the episode where Flanders is attracted to a Christian singer, Flanders says that the left side of the bed is where Maude slept and does not wish for her indentation in the sheets to be disturbed. In other episodes, Flanders states that he and Maude sleep in different beds. See more
In many ways, Maude Flanders was a supporting player in our lives. She didn't grab our attention with memorable catchphrases, or comical accents.
Oh, glaven, why, glaven?
But, whether you noticed her or not, Maude was always there... and we thought she always would be.
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