The Simpsons: Season 6, Episode 12

Homer the Great (8 Jan. 1995)

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Homer becomes a member of a mysterious organization called the Stonecutters and is heralded as "the chosen one."

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Homer Simpson / Arnie Pie / Homer Glumplet / Grampa Simpson / Krusty the Clown / Inn-Keeper / Martian (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson / No Homers Club Leader / Child #1 (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Plumber / Carl / Moe Szyslak / John Hancock / Chief Wiggum / Mr. T (voice)
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Lenny / Dr. Hibbert / Principal Skinner / Mr. Burns / Decloration of Independance Signer #2 / Orville / Jack Nicholson / George H. W. Bush (voice)
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Number One (voice)
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Child #2 (voice)
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Miss Hoover / Building Owner (voice)
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Homer secretly trails Lenny and Carl to the venue of a masonic society called the Stonecutters,who enjoy elite privileges and seem to number every male in Springfield except him. When a birthmark on him shaped like the secret sign of the Stonecutters is revealed he is declared their new leader but,unhappy at the premise of having to obey him,the lodge found another society - called No Homers. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The Stonecutters are a parody of the Freemasons. The Freemason symbol of the Square and Compass can be seen on the walls of the Stonecutter hall, and on the Sacred Parchment. All members of both societies are men. See more »

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When the Stonecutters are singing "We do", the position of several characters, particularly the Martian and Chief Wiggum, change randomly as the camera angles change. The Martian starts at the end of the table on the right side, with Chief Wiggum two seats to the left of him. In later shots, the Martian, then Wiggum are both switched to the same position, midway up the left side. Then, when the song ends, Wiggum has disappeared, and the Martian remains in this new position. See more »

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Number One: Welcome to the club, Number 493. You have become a member of the ancient and noble society of Stonecutters, who since ancient times have always endeavored to shatter the stone of ignorance, to bring forth the light of truth... now, let's all get drunk and play Ping-Pong!
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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We Do (The Stonecutters' Song)
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Perfect episode and features my funniest Simpson moment
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I have seen this numerous times and love the story. What a great idea for an episode. Had any other show ever covered a topic like a secret, organized club before?

Onto my favorite scene from the whole series: In the first act, Homer is stuck in traffic on his way to the power plant. He finds one spot, that is right next to his house. In the next act, when Homer becomes a Stonecutter, he drives to work, gets stuck, but turns down a lonely road. Then a fancy, secret tunnel opens up. His parking remains the same though. When Bart notices, he says, "Same spot, huh dad?". Homer responds, "Yeah, but they gave me these roller blades to glide to front door". He puts them on and wobbles around saying, "Sweeeet". Man, that whole scene is hilarious. Every time I am physically unsure of myself, I always repeat "sweet" like Homer.


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