When Smithers offers to help transform Moe's dingy pub into a more refined and trendy lounge, the revamped "Mo's" quickly becomes Springfield's local gay hangout. With Smithers' friends and colleagues infusing new life into "Mo's," business starts to boom, but Moe inadvertently leads his new bar patrons to believe that he, too, is gay. Afraid that telling the truth would hurt his newly flourishing business, Moe's new friends teach him a lesson in acceptance. Meanwhile, Principal Skinner becomes smitten with the new free-spirited music teacher, Ms. Juniper, who inspires the by-the-book principal to take chances. When Skinner finds out that Ms. Juniper's daughter, Melody, has a crush on Bart, he uses Bart to get close to Ms. Juniper.
Did You Know?
This is the first episode to explicitly confirm that the characters Waylon Smithers and Dewey Largo are gay, though it had been heavily alluded to throughout the series. See more
When Mr.Burns is in the bar and is speaking to the man we see Smithers with his Grey/white suit. However when the shot changes we see he is wearing the suit he normally wears when working. See more
References His Girl Friday
My Country, 'Tis of Thee
Written by Samuel Francis Smith See more