Marge Simpson is starting to loose hair due to the stress of running the Simpson household. The family decide to get a nanny and are approached by Shary Bobbins, a Mary Poppins figure in Victorian attire, complete with a flying umbrella. The British nanny seems to bring joy to everyone with her London music hall style singing and eccentric charm. Yet working in the Simpson household soon starts to cause problems for the kindly nursemaid... Written by
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Homer turns down the first nanny thinking she's a man in drag ( undoubtedly inspired by Mrs. Doubtfire). Interestingly, in the original Mary Poppins
(1964) movie, which this episode spoofs, many of the nannies in the large queue of applicants for the job at the start of the film were actually men in drag. See more
I can do everything from reading bedtime stories to changing diapers.
Put me down for one of each.
References Pulp Fiction
Written by Jimmy Buffett
Performed by Dan Castellaneta
and Maggie Roswell See more