Grampa is sitting on a bench waiting for his family when a thoughtful-looking man named Marshall Goldman approaches him and asks to hear about his life. Grampa tells Goldman about the time he was on a World War II battleship, which was hit by an enemy torpedo, and Goldman, a human-interest columnist, publishes it in The Springfield Shopper. Later, Grampa meets Mitch Albom and shares another story with Goldman for a follow-up article. Homer becomes jealous of Grampa's newfound fame and seeks a surrogate father. But when Homer discovers a draft of Goldman's third story, he must race to find Grampa before it is published and his life is changed forever.
Did You Know?
The Canadian license plate Marge took a photo of is MABF02 which is the p-code of the episode. See more
During the scene with Marshall trying to kill Abe on the Tinseltown Starliner, when Homer is getting lowered by Lenny and Carl, there's a shot where they're both showed. In that shot, Lenny doesn't have his signature stubble beard. In the next shot in which they're shown, it's back. See more
Look at that, they re-created the thirties. Tent cities, failing banks.
Nope, those are real.
References Tuesdays with Morrie
I Got You (I Feel Good)
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