The Simpsons: Season 22, Episode 19

The Real Housewives of Fat Tony (1 May 2011)

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Selma falls in love with and marries Fat Tony, and Lisa discovers that Bart has a skill for finding truffles.

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Homer Simpson (voice)
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Fat Tony and Selma, Marge's painfully blunt sister, fall in love and get married after a whirlwind courtship. Marge has her reservations about the couple's marriage after Selma begins to prioritize her looks and ritzy new lifestyle over her family, so Fat Tony invites Homer and Marge to a weekend getaway at the Jersey Shore. Meanwhile, Bart discovers a special talent that allows him to detect the location of truffles by smell, and Lisa jumps at the chance to capitalize on the rare culinary treasures Written by Fox Publicity

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Homer Simpson: Well, if it isn't Before and After. Blob and blob lite. Tweedle-yuck and Tweedle-yech.
Fat Tony: Ahem! Am I interrupting anything?
Homer Simpson: Fat Tony! I was just complimenting your beautiful wife while insulting her identical twin.
Marge Simpson: You'll have to excuse my husband. He says things without thinking first. And ten seconds later...
Homer Simpson: [scared] Oooh! My god!
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Great episode,with another marriage for Selma,
29 August 2011 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The Real Housewives Of Fat Tony is a great Simpsons episode with another disastrous marriage on Selmas list,I was also happy to see Fat Tony again because I was curious after what happened to him in Donnie Fatso (wont spoil that for you,you can see for yourself).

After seeing her at the DMV Fat Tony starts dating Selma,which eventually becomes a sudden marriage,but to Marges dismay.Fat Tony decides to take Selma,Marge and Homer for a weekend to New Jersey to help the two sisters out.

9/10

-DILLON HARRIS


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