The Simpsons give a lift to a man called Larry who is hitching to Springfield after discovering that he is Burns's long-lost son. Burns is initially happy to see him but tires of Larry's uncouth slobbishness and Larry is befriended by Homer. He decides that Larry might win back his father's love by means of a fake kidnapping. The plan is exposed but Burns forgives Larry, who then goes home to his wife and children.
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Did You Know?
There is a portrait of a Scottish man wearing kilt with a sign "Angus Burns" above a fireplace in the living room in the Burns Manor. It refers to his family's Scottish descent. However, there are many theories about their origin (German, Mexican...). See more
Larry's comb-over always faces away from the camera; when he turns his head within a single shot, his comb-over switches to the other side. See more
This place is emptier than a Scottish pay toilet.
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