Grampa begins dating Bea Simmons, another resident of the Springfield Retirement Castle, but she dies. She was a very rich woman, and leaves all her money to Grampa. He is at first unsure how to spend it, and invites suggestions from all-comers who, apart from Lisa, are greedy and want it for themselves. He ultimately donates it to make much needed improvements to the retirement home, telling everybody: "Dignity's on me, friends."
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The scene with Grampa and Bea eating their pills seductively is a reference to Tom Jones
(1963). See more
Grampa's girlfriend, Bea, dies, and at the end when he's opening
the dining hall named after her, Bea walks into it with the rest of the old folks. See more
I have an announcement to make. I've decided to give Bea's money away. There are people who really need it. I'm gonna let them come to me and plead their case and then I'll decide who needs it most.
Grampa, that's the noblest thought that's ever been expressed at this table.
Give it to us, Grampa.
Bart! Forgive him, Dad. He's just a stupid little kid who says the first thing that pops into his head, but, you know, there's wisdom in his innocence.
You don't want it.
Yes, I do.
Too bad, you ain't...
In the closing credits of The Simpsons: Old Money (1991), the closing credits states which characters the actors voices. The only time in the show's history which the cast are credited as the characters they provide the voices of. See more
Music by John Cameron
[Heard in Club Mud.] See more