An x-ray reveals a crayon lodged in Homer's brain. After the crayon is removed, Homer experiences a sudden surge in intelligence, making him closer to Lisa and isolated from his friends.
Did You Know?
This episode was written by current show runner Al Jean
and directed by supervising director Mike B. Anderson
. Jean based the episode's plot on Flowers for Algernon, a novel which he had read in the 8th grade. See more
Now hold still. Nothing cracks a turtle like Leon Uris.
References Gold Diggers of 1933
The Gold Diggers' Song (We're In the Money)
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin See more