When Homer is searching for food because of a bag boy strike, he finds an old box of animal crackers and discovers that he won a trip to Africa 30 years ago by finding a golden giraffe. When confronting the company who used to make these crackers, but isn't even selling food anymore, they refuse at first, but after Homer hits his eye on a sharp corner on the cracker box they give Homer and his family a free trip to Africa. In Africa, the Simpsons experience a series of events: dancing tribal dance, going on safari, but after being chased by a hippo they are saved by a monkey scientist, and they reveal that the scientist are only using the monkeys to run a diamond mine. When back on the plane the Simpsons discover that their former tour guide is now the president of the country, while the former president Muntu is now a flight attendant. Written by
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Marge discovers that another character has "diamonds on the soles of her shoes". This is also the title of a song written by Paul Simon
and included on the 1986 album "Graceland". See more
While eating at Dr. Bushwell's home, Bart's tongue is green in one shot (same color as his shirt) and in the next, his tongue is the normal red color. See more
[after discovering Dr. Bushnell's illegal diamond mining operation, Lisa examines the scientist's research
These are just pictures of monkeys from famous movies! This is disgraceful, Doctor!
All right! So I snapped! You don't understand the crushing loneliness and greed.
References Burke's Law
Good Morning Starshine
Written by James Rado
and Gerome Ragni
Performed by Dan Castellaneta See more