Marge starts hanging out with Ruth Powers from next door,to the annoyance of Homer,who feels neglected. When Chief Wiggum tries to flag the women down in Ruth's car Ruth keeps going,saying that she has stolen the car from her ex-husband. A high speed chase follows in the manner of 'Thelma and Louise',culminating at the top of a canyon,where the women manage to stop in time but Wiggum,with Homer as his passenger,goes flying into the void. Written by
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The title refers to the American slang for "a hasty departure" especially when dealing with criminal activities and dates to about 1900. See more
Despite his arms being trapped in the vending machines, Homer somehow manages to call Marge and tell her about the mishap. See more
[Ruth arrives to pick up Marge, driving a convertible and wearing a leather jacket
You look... nice.
Tonight has nothing to do with nice, Marge. Tonight is all about...
[she pops a tape into the stereo: Lesley Gore's "Sunshine, Lollipops..." starts playing
Oh, sorry, Marge, wrong tape.
[she pops another tape in: Guns 'N Roses's "Welcome to the Jungle" blares, and she floors it
References L.A. Law
Entrance of the Gladiators
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