In "The Thing and I," Bart hears something in the attic one night and his parents tell him that it's his conjoined twin brother, Hugo. Hibbert then reveals that there was an irregularity when he was born and one of the twins was pure evil. Marge and Homer then locked Hugo in the attic and fed him a bucket of fish heads once a week. When Hugo tries to sew him and Bart back together, but Hibbert reveals that Bart was always the evil twin. In "The Genesis Tub," Lisa accidentally creates a rapidly evolving universe in a small tub. This new race calls Lisa a God and Bart the Devil after he attacks. Lisa is brought down to the race's size and is therefore unable to help her people. In "Citizen Kang," Kang and Kodos abduct Homer and tells the aliens of a presidential election after being asked for their leader. The aliens then steal the identity of Bill Clinton and Bob Dole to be elected and take over Earth. Homer tries to get the real guys back, but accidentally kills them. When he gets ... Written by
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Kang and Kodos are named after original series Star Trek villains. See more
When Bill Clinton
and Bob Dole
are in the glass tubes the height of the metal rings on the tubes changes in different views. From the front they are high enough to cover their groin areas but from behind they are low enough to show their buttocks. See more
Senator Dole, why should people vote for you, instead of President Clinton?
It makes no difference which one of us you vote for. Either way your planet is doomed. Doomed!
Well, a refreshing bit of candor from Senator Bob Dole.
Written by Robert Haimer
and Bill Mumy
Performed by Dan Castellaneta See more