Marge revives her interest in art - she once did a painting of Ringo Starr - and Mr. Burns commissions her to do a portrait of him, depicting him as a beautiful man. However, after he has insulted Homer's weight the painting shows him nude, though Marge explains that she intended to show his vulnerability as a frail old man and Burns is highly impressed. Written by
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Couch gag: The couch tips over with the family sitting on it and Maggie sits in its place. See more
The white sheet Smithers puts on the chair for Mr. Burns to sit on turns orange when he stands up again. See more
Somebody up there likes me, Smithers.
Somebody down here likes you, too, sir.
References Gone with the Wind
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
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