When the Simpsons fail to keep up their mortgage payments and their house is put up for auction Ned takes pity on them and buys it,so they can be his tenants. Homer is unreasonably demanding in wanting every single repair done and when Ned at last reasonably refuses Homer portrays him to the media as an evil,grasping landlord.Ned counters by evicting the family and is about to rent to a young couple with views similar top his own. But deep down he misses his troublesome neighbours. Written by
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At The Simpson's House, you see Ol' Gill hammering down the sign while Marge was about to walk into the house. But when Ol' Gill starts explaining to Homer at the next shot, Marge disappears. See more
Homer, how can you afford this Mardi Gras party every year?
Well, it's a little thing called a home equity loan. I spend all the money I want, and the house gets stuck with the bill. He he he he! Sucker.
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