Homer falls in love with private planes after taking a flight to Chicago with Mr. Burns. So Marge hires Homer a "life manager" to help him think positively and find a job that will allow him to fly for a living.

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Homer Simpson / Multi-Eyed Squirrel / Itchy / Actor / Barney Gumble / Rich Texan / Squeaky Voiced Teen / Homer's Brain / Airplane Voice / Pilot #3 (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Having saved Burns' life Homer is rewarded by a trip to Chicago on a private plane,serenaded by Lionel Richie. This gives him a taste for a better life and,thanks to a personal life coach,gets an interview for a high-flying job with the Rich Texan. Having failed the interview he still pretends to Marge that he is working but,exposed by Bart,chooses to come clean on a private plane...where the pilot collapses and Homer must fly them all to safety. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Bart's sentence on the chalkboard: "I will not wait 20 years to make another movie". See more »

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While in the Krusty Burger, Homer fills in the maze place mats with his right hand. Homer, along with many other Matt Groening characters, is left handed in homage to their creator. See more »

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Homer Simpson: I don't need a shrink, therapist, consultant or motivational speaker.
Colby Krause: I'm a life coach.
Homer Simpson: Ooh, tell me more.
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References The Simpsons Movie (2007) See more »

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Not a Great Season Opener,but a Fun Episode,
17 June 2014 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs is a great Simpsons episode with a well written storyline and several very funny scenes.I certainly don't think it should have been the first episode of the nineteenth season,because you normally expect them to be strong episodes but this one was average and the storyline wasn't anything unique.There are certainly some hit and miss jokes but any funny parts that did work out did so very well,Homer learning how to live his life with positive energy and Lionel Richie's cameo being some of the episodes highlights.I really loved the episodes opening,probably my favourite of the different Simpsons openings,as we see the town after the events of the Simpsons movie,filled with several references to the film.He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs is a fun and enjoyable Simpsons episode.

After having an amazing time in Chicago,Homer is depressed with his boring lifestyle,so Marge hires a life manager for him to feel positive energy.

If you have any recommendations on films/TV series I should watch or review,or any questions to ask me,just tweet me @DillonTheHarris


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