Homer shows pirate copies of downloaded movies to his friends but after Marge has accidentally informed on him he is arrested by the FBI and the family is forced to take refuge in the Swedish consulate, from where Homer is eventually taken to court. However, his impassioned speech on the rights of the ordinary man against the might of big business earns him an acquittal as well as a movie based on his own experiences - though he refuses to screen a pirate copy of it. Written by
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My childhood is unruined!
[as he arrives, Angrily
LISTEN UP, YOU GRANDPEEKS! YOU ARE ALL IN VIOLATION FOR THE COPYRIGHT CODE NUMBER 107!
Take it easy, Boys. They are just watching a movie!
[Grabs the officer
OUCH! My badge is poking at me and I don't have an undershirt.
Do we have a foiler?
We are here to arrest a master criminal.
A Master criminal?
We are here to arrest, Homer J. Simpson!
[as they grabbed Homer
References Cinema Paradiso
Written by John Newton
Performed by Dan Castellaneta See more