Lisa wants to spend some quality time with her father on a Sunday afternoon, but Homer is only annoyed since he is watching football (and losing money from his poorly placed bets). When a 1-900 football hotline and other resources don't work out, a desperate Homer asks Lisa for whom she thinks will win the next game. Lisa's pick turns out to be right, and Homer invites her to spend time with her on the next Sunday. Lisa's prognostic skills help Homer win a fortune from Moe in a clandestine betting pool (which Moe runs under Chief Wiggum's nose), but soon "Daddy-Daughter Day" may come to an end with Super Bowl Sunday, especially when Homer thoughtlessly plans a bowling outing with Barney on the Sunday after the Super Bowl. Lisa is crushed (and Marge outraged) to learn that Homer only created "Daddy-Daughter Day" to help him gamble, and a remorseful Homer tries to beg Lisa for forgiveness any way he can. Lisa makes the prediction that if Washington were to win the Super Bowl, she'd ... Written by
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When Homer invites Barney to go bowling on Sunday, Barney says that his mom is coming in from Norway. In the ninth season episode "Simpson Tide", Barney's mother is shown to be a Commander in the Navy. She may be returning from deployment. See more
When Lisa gives her speech at school, Miss Hoover has only one leg. See more
[Moe gets Homer's gambling winnings from his boot
I used to hate the smell of your sweaty feet, Moe. Now, it's the smell of victory.
Oh, shut up.
Referenced in The Simpsons: Hit & Run
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