After a stressful day, Marge has a nervous breakdown and parks her car in the middle of a bridge. Marge decides to take a vacation by herself. Bart and Lisa are sent to stay with Patty and Selma, while Homer is left at home to take care of Maggie. When Maggie goes missing, Homer only just manages to find her before Marge gets home. Written by
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Maggie is seen crawling in some scenes, but this is simply a misconception about one-year-olds, and they actually never do crawl. See more
[last lines; Marge is home after taking a vacation by herself, and the house nearly went to pieces without her
And from now on, I expect you to help out a little more at home.
You got it, honey. Do you have enough blanket?
Well, I could use a little more. And I also need to have a little time to myself now and again...
[Widen to show that Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are sharing the bed with Homer and Marge
I think I speak for everyone in this bed when I say you have nothing to worry about. Now ...
References Thelma & Louise
Music by Thomas Augustine Arne See more