Homer sets up as an ice cream salesman,having bought a van from the widow of ice-cream seller Max. Marge,feeling a need to express her creative instincts,becomes famous as a folk art sculptress when she makes life-sized figures of Springfielders from the discarded popsicle sticks and even has her own exhibition. In his haste to attend it Homer runs his van through all Marge's statues and accidentally destroys them. But Marge has yet to create the ultimate figure,which will still be hailed as a masterpiece two hundred years later. Written by
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Did You Know?
The title is from the first line of the 1854 ballad "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" by Stephen Foster written about his wife, Jane. See more
When Homer is getting dressed as an ice cream man, we see he needs two belts to get around his waist. Therefore, he has a buckle on his back waist as well as his front. In a couple of brief shots, the buckle on his back waist is gone. This happens BEFORE Homer rips his pants and is replaced with a belt that goes around all the way. See more
[Lenny's and Carl's popsicle stick likenesses are smashed together
Look at this! I can't tell where Carl ends and I begin!
See? It's statements like that that make people think we're gay!
References Pimp My Ride
Money for Nothing
Written by Mark Knopfler
(as Kopfler) & Sting
Performed by Dire Straits
Courtesy of Universal Music Ltd. See more