Krusty the Klown (finally) fulfills a promise to have dinner with the Simpsons, during which he reveals his Jewish heritage, and his estrangement from his father, who expected him to follow in his footsteps by becoming a Rabbi. Seeing how distraught he is, Bart and Lisa set out to reconcile Krusty with his father.
Did You Know?
When Rabbi Krustofski sees Krusty has become a clown against his wishes he says in Yiddish "oy, vei is mir"; this translates as "oh, woe is me". See more
Where Krusty re-unites with his father, Homer is wearing a long-sleeved shirt in one frame and then a couple of seconds later he is wearing his usual short white sleeved shirt whilst at the dinner table. See more
A man who envies our family is a man who needs help.
References Saturday Night Live
O Mein Papa
Music by Paul Burkhardt
Lyrics by John Turner
and Geoffrey Parsons See more