Marge helps a disillusioned Rev. Lovejoy when he loses his faith and she becomes a hit as the Listening Lady at the local church,taking over Lovejoy's secular duties. However,when Ned Flanders finds himself in trouble in the baboon pen at the Springfield zoo,the minister miraculously recovers his faith to go and save Ned from the threatening baboons. A puzzled Homer,meanwhile,comes to find out why his face seems to be on the boxes of Mr. Sparkle Japanese detergent powder. Written by
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Did You Know?
Reverend Lovejoy's first "starring" role in the series. See more
Mr. Sparkle Executive
Oh, hello, American investor. I see you are interested in distributing Mr. Sparkle in you home prefecture. You have chosen wisely. But please - don't believe me. Observe this commercial.
[begin commercial. A Japanese housewife wearing semi-futuristic clothing loads a dishwasher. She pulls out a whistle, which summons Mr. Sparkle. His head jumps off the Mr. Sparkle box, and floats in mid-air. True to his name, bright sparkles fill the air
[in Japanese; subtitled
Referenced in The Simpsons: Hit & Run
Composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle See more