After yet another row with Marge, Homer goes to a bar, where he hears local waitress Lurleen Lumpkin sing and is so impressed he takes her on as his client, arranging gigs and a recording contract for her. However, when they are alone in her trailer Lurleen makes a pass at him but Homer, loyal to Marge, resists and hands over her career to another agent. Lurleen publicly celebrates Homer's fidelity in a song. Written by
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At the Start of the Scene Lumpkin locks the door but when Homer leaves he opens the door without a key. See more
Marge, it takes two to lie - one to lie, and one to listen.
What does *that* mean?
There's a Kind of Hush
Written by Les Reed
and Geoff Stephens
Performed by Harry Shearer See more