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Bart uses his new miniature "spy" camera to take candid pictures around the household; meanwhile, Homer is preparing to go to a bachelor party for his co-worker at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. While at the party, Homer is invited to dance on stage with a stripper. Bart (who is dining with the rest of the family in the next-door restaurant) uses his camera to snap a photo of Homer and the dancer having a great time. At school, Martin develops the picture, which - after he compliments Bart's work - gets distributed around school, and eventually around town. Marge sees the photo and is outraged. Homer arrives home, where Marge immediately confronts her husband and kicks him out of the house. Eventually, Marge agrees to let him back in on the condition he take Bart around to meet the stripper and show that she is not a sex object. After almost winding up on stage at another of the dancer's performances, Homer does as he is asked and all is forgiven.
Did You Know?
The song being sung during the production number at the end -- "I Could Love A Million Girls" -- is the same song that was being performed on June 25, 1906, when Harry Thaw shot and killed Stanford White on the rooftop restaurant of the old Madison Square Garden in New York City. See more
Bart makes 6 check marks on the card he fills out at the Rusty Barnacle, but there are only 5 boxes on the card. See more
[after seeing Bart's photo of Homer with princess Kashmir
Why, you little...!
Why, you big...!