The Simpsons: Season 9, Episode 20

The Trouble with Trillions (5 Apr. 1998)

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Homer is forced to spy for the IRS after an audit. But when he is asked to retrieve a trillion dollar bill from Mr. Burns, he switches sides and the two flee to Cuba for refuge.

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Chief Wiggum / Professor Frink / IRS Guy / Moe / Carl / Charlie / Agent Miller / Castro's Associates (voice)
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Cuban Airport Woman / Cuban Vendor Boy (voice)
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Maude Flanders (voice)
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Mrs. Krabappel (voice)
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Homer is forced to spy for the IRS after an audit. But when he is asked to retrieve a trillion dollar bill from Mr. Burns, he switches sides and the two flee to Cuba for refuge.

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Trivia

In one of his many characteristic anachronisms, Mr Burns thinks that Homer is a reporter for Collier's Magazine, which ceased publication in 1956. See more »

Goofs

Since when has there ever been a trillion dollar bill. See more »

Quotes

Kent Brockman: Sir, why did you wait until the last minute to pay your taxes?
Otto: Taxes? Isn't this the line for Metallica?
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Auld Lang Syne
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Music by Robert Burns
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