Marge Simpson is starting to loose hair due to the stress of running the Simpson household. The family decide to get a nanny and are approached by Shary Bobbins, a Mary Poppins figure in Victorian attire, complete with a flying umbrella. The British nanny seems to bring joy to everyone with her London music hall style singing and eccentric charm. Yet working in the Simpson household soon starts to cause problems for the kindly nursemaid...
Did You Know?
The part of Shari Bobbins was written with the intent of having Julie Andrews
parody herself as Mary Poppins
(1964). But Andrews was on Broadway at the time and was unavailable. The voice is provided by cast regular Maggie Roswell
(the voice of Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Luann Van Houten, Elizabeth Hoover, and some walk-ons). See more
On Krusty's Komedy Klassic, former president Gerald Ford states that the Boy Scouts of America has been shaping young men for over 100 years. The BSA was formed in 1910, so at the time of airing it was only 87 years old. See more
Hello. I'm Sharry Bobbins.
Did you say Mary Pop...?
No! I definitely did not! I'm an original creation, like Rickey Rouse and Monald Muck.
Written by Jimmy Buffett
Performed by Dan Castellaneta
and Maggie Roswell See more