Bart gets a check he wanted signed by Krusty back stamped. As Krusty was supposed to autograph it, Bart wants it taken back to sign, but inadvertently reveals Krusty as a tax fraud. Krusty's lifestyle is stripped down to that of an average citizen, his show ruined and most of his possessions sold in an auction. Bart is mad at himself, particularly after a sobbing Krusty commits suicide by piloting his plane, the I'm-Onna-Rolla-Gay, into a mountainside. Bart sees visions of Krusty everywhere, but are they illusions or real life? Written by
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This episode proves that Springfield uses Eastern Standard Time since it shares its time with Washington DC, New York City and Cayman Islands. See more
Let's see I'll have an IRSwich with-hold the lettuce, two independent sized shakes and a fudgichino.
Fill out schedule b. You should receive your burgers in six to eight weeks.
[Homer muttering to himself
Hey Marge. What were your gambling losses last year?
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