Homer becomes an opera star after an injury improves his singing voice. His newfound popularity forces him to hire a personal assistant, who turns out to be an obsessed stalker.

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... Homer Simpson / Barney Gumble (voice)
... Marge Simpson (voice)
... Bart Simpson / Maggie Simpson (voice)
... Lisa Simpson (voice)
... Carl Carlson / Chief Wiggum / Moe Szyslak / Man / Director (voice)
... Reverend Lovejoy / Dr. Hibbert / Surgeon / Montgomery Burns / Waylon Smithers / Lenny Leonard / Ned Flanders (voice)
... Himself (voice)
... Julia (voice)
... Donnie (voice)
... Nurse / Woman / Fan #1's Mother / Fan #3 (voice)
... Fan #1 / Dorothy (voice)
Karl Wiedergott ... Hockey Player / Fan #2 (voice)
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Storyline

Following an accident,Homer develops a beautiful tenor singing voice - provided he lies on his back - and becomes an operatic sensation. However,the beautiful Julia,who rescues him from being mobbed by fans,becomes not only his manager but an overly obsessive devotee,wanting Homer to leave Marge for her. When Homer refuses she tries to kill him during a performance of 'The Barber of Sevile'. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Animation | Comedy

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Trivia

Some of the restaurants the Simpsons pass after leaving church: Griddler on the Roof, TGI Fried Eggs, Luftwaffles, Bodacious Frittatas, and Buffet the Hunger Slayer. See more »

Goofs

The director of La Boheme tells Homer "Good Luck" before they start their first performance, something that no one involved in professional theater would ever do. This is considered the highest form of bad luck, they would instead say "Break a leg". See more »

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References Fiddler on the Roof (1971) See more »

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Written by Robert Ezrin, Perry Farrell, Martyn LeNoble, David Navarro, and Stephen Perkins
Performed by Jane's Addiction
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