Homer takes over the power plant after tricking Mr. Burns into making him the official owner of the power plant.

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Homer Simpson / Itchy / Hans Moleman / Mouse Paramedic / Worker / Lego Land Capitol Dome / Lego Land Tourist (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Professor Frink / Snake / Cletus Spuckler / Stark Richdale / Carl / Moe Szyslak / Marrakesh Vendor (voice)
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Scratchy / Dr. Hibbert / Lenny / Mr. Burns / Waylon Smithers / Ned Flanders / The Big Bopper / Terrence / Nuclear Inspector (voice)
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Lady Android / Accountant (voice)
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Homer accidentally attends a class on Successmanship, showing him how to be an assertive business man, as a result of which he tricks Burns into letting him take over the ownership of the power plant, in order to put right the many wrongs he sees in its running. However he is dismayed to learn that he must fire people, in addition to which he is forced to spend time away from the family. After Burns has unsuccessfully tried to kill him - by bricking him up in a wall - he happily returns the power plant to him. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Trivia

One of the few times the episode name uses "D'oh" rather than "annoyed grunt" to stand in for the same sound, ("annoyed grunt" being the original catalyst for the improvised "D'oh" from the script.) See more »

Quotes

Homer: Well, kids, it's Valentine's Day. You know what that means?
Bart: We get to watch TV with the sound turned way up.
Lisa: What are you and mom going to be doing?
Homer: Oh, we're going to be upstairs, making love... ly rope ladders in case of a fire.
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References Midnight Express (1978) See more »

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Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
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Fun Episode with a Clever Set Up,
13 January 2015 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

C.E. D'oh is a great Simpsons episode with a well written storyline and loads of very funny scenes.Its certainly not the finest episode of the mostly great fourteenth season,but it's definitely not the worst either.I loved the premise of Homer taking over the Nuclear Power Plant and am surprised they haven't touched on this subject sooner,it's was very fun to see and also at the beginning,seeing Homer being surprisingly smart to trick Mr. Burns in to making him CEO,was very clever and enjoyable,and seeing Burns live a life without his precious Power Plant was hilarious.Not the finest episode of season 14,but definitely not the weakest either,C.E. D'oh is a very enjoyable Simpsons episode.

After gaining serious interest in becoming the head of the company,Homer manages to trick Mr. Burns in to making him the new owner of the Nuclear Power Plant.


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