While on work duty at a local airfield, Sideshow Bob escapes from prison and breaks into a hangar. There, he gains control of the airwaves and demands that all television stations immediately go off the air permanently ... or else he'll detonate an atomic bomb. When the authorities are unable to find Bob, they decide to err on the side of safety and give into his demands. However, Krusty the Clown uses an emergency transmitter to begin broadcasting from a civil defense shed. Bob is angered and detonates the bomb, which turns out to be a dud. With both moves having failed, Bob kidnaps Bart and steals a Wright Brothers-era plane to crash into the civil defense shed where Krusty is holed up inside. However, the antique plane is mechanically unable to carry out its intended suicide mission, and once the plane stalls, Bob is easily arrested. Written by
Brian Rathjen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Bob's prisoner number is A-113. See more
When the car goes under the plane it is under the wing, in the next shot the car is still trying to get under the wing of the plane. See more
[Bart is being held hostage on the Wright Brothers' plane. He climbs out on to the wing. Homer is driving his car just a few feet below
Jump, Bart! I got ya!
[Bart throws Homer his backpack, but Homer misses it. It bounces off the hood of the car, gets run over by both the front and back wheel and then bursts into flame
Now you, boy!
References Full Metal Jacket
The Blue Danube
Composed by Johann Strauß
Hummed by Dan Castellaneta See more