Marge's sister Selma has been writing to Sideshow Bob whilst he was in prison, and, on his release announces their intention to marry. Bart is appalled. Unlike everybody else he is unconvinced that Bob has changed and believes that, as Selma has come into money, he will attempt to murder her on their honeymoon. And he is right. Putting two and two together Bart works out how Bob plans to blow Selma up and manages to thwart him in time.
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Did You Know?
Marge's line "There was one boy one boy who never lost his mistrust." Mirrors of what Krusty: the clown had said in the episode "The Simpsons: Krusty Gets Busted
(1990)". After his name was cleared. "There was one boy who trusted me all along". See more
When Bob is laughing in the car while Selma is asleep, you can see the outline of Bob's right eye show through his hair for a couple of seconds. See more
Chief Wiggum, think you have room in your jail for a two-time loser?
Well, no, frankly, but taht never stopped us before.
References Black Widow
Composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy See more