After receiving a considerable donation of money, Springfield builds a monorail system with Homer as the conductor, unaware they've just boarded a one-way train to Hell.
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A "reverse reference" occurred in 2002 when Seattle residents opposed to a proposed monorail project held a protest event called "Coming Out With Marge Simpson". The event organizers planned to show the episode as part of the protest, but were ordered not to by Fox due to copyright laws. See more
There is no possible way the small stack of bills Smithers gives to Judge Snyder could be $3 million. Later the money is shown filling two large briefcases being carried around by Lyle Lanley. The largest bill ever produced by the U.S. government was $100,000 (in 1934), but these were issued as large certificates and not small bills. Upon close inspection, the bill on the top of the stack is for $5000 and there appear to be about 11 bills, so assuming all the bills are $5000, this would only be $55,000. See more
[very badly disguised with a fake moustache
Hello, my name is Mr. Snrub. And I come from, uh... someplace far away.
Yes, that'll do.
[back to Mayor Quimby
Anyway, I say we invest that money back in the nuclear plant.
I like the way Snrub thinks.
[everyone looks suspiciously at Mr. Burns, then Smithers fires a rope a the roof, helping Mr. Burns to escape
Spoofs The Music Man
The Monorail Song
Written by Jeff Martin
, Al Jean
, Mike Reiss
, George Meyer
(as John Vitti), John Swartzwelder
, Conan O'Brien
and Frank Mula
Performed by Phil Hartman
and Cast See more