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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Did You Know?
The network didn't want the word 'genitalia', spoken by Mr. Burns at the end of the show talking about his portrait. Co-creator Sam Simon
fought back with the network about it, and they finally agreed to have Simon write a letter of apology to every person who felt offended by the use of the word and complained to Fox. See more
Marge sent Ringo Starr
the painting of him long before she started living with Homer. If this is the case, how did Ringo know where to send his reply? See more
[sees the line
Ay carumba! Okay, Lis, turn on the waterworks, babe.
Mommy! I want my mommy!
[using Lisa, Bart shoulders his way through the line
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