Bart's class is on a field trip in the nuclear power plant in Springfield, where his father Homer works. When he breaks a pipe in the building, he is fired from his job, making him miserable. Homer is suddenly desperate for money and steals Bart's piggy bank for money, but all there is are a few cents. Homer feels guilty and he has the thought to threaten to kill himself. But Homer's family stops him and they tell him how much they love him.
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A sign inside the nuclear power plant reads: "Our Safety Record:  Days Since Last Accident." See more
As Sheri and Teri are walking along talking to Bart, one of the twins' bodies disappears and her head seems to be floating in mid-air. See more
Friends, you have come to depend on me as your safety watchdog. So you won't scrape yourself, or stub your toes, or blow yourselves up. But you can't depend on me all your life. You have to learn that there's a little Homer Simpson in all of us, and I'm going to have to live without your respect and awe. The only reason I'm telling you is, I'm going to be leaving you... But don't worry, I've just been appointed the new Safety Inspector at this very plant, and a big fat raise!
I Fall to Pieces
Written by Hank Cochran
and Harlan Howard See more