In order to appeal to a fan-base of young girls,Krusty's show is forced to take on board the saccharin Princess Penelope but,after initially hating her,Krusty falls in love with her and they plan to get married. Seeing an end to Krusty's shows as he knows and loves them,Bart conspires with Milhouse to ruin the couple's marriage but, when this fails,Krusty comes out with a surprising admission. Homer,Carl and Lenny are lured away to work at the Capital City power station with its superior fringe benefits but Mr. Burnms knows how to get them back. Written by
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recorded her lines shortly before her death in 2008, more than a year before the episode aired. See more
At the end of the episode, Penelope is playing Moon River and you can see that the Eiffel Tower is on her side of the Seine. She walks away and goes onto the bridge and looks out, and the Eiffel Tower appears on the other side. Later, the tower disappears, and Notre Dame stands in its place while the other buildings on both sides of the Seine remain as they were. See more
If my writers knew how to appeal to girls, they wouldn't be writers.
References Breakfast at Tiffany's
This Old Man
Performed by Dan Castellaneta
and Yeardley Smith See more