Homer's bar was initially the focal point of the episode, but it was moved to the third act when the writers devised the refurbishment of Moe's bar as the major plotline. R.E.M., an alternative music band, appeared as themselves in the episode. They were hired by NBC to write a new song for the show, and they delivered "Remodeling Man". The writing staff also made several other references to them during the episode.
Here is how the script described the third act: "MOE'S BAR IS REOPENED - A NEW DAY FOR HOMER - THE END."
The opening scene shows Marge taking out the trash at home one night while Bart is watching television. As she walks past him into the kitchen, he yells at the top of his voice,"MOMMY, THERE's GOO IN THE TRASH!" She turns around and looks inside the garbage can, then throws up her hands in disgust. He laughs evilly and adds,"AND I JUST LAYLED DOWN TO SLEEP!"
In the next scene, we find Homer sitting in his usual seat at the end of the bar with a beer in front of him. As he starts to drink it, he notices that something is wrong with the bar. It appears that someone has cleaned it out - there are no customers, no employees, nothing going on at the bar. Then, R.
The third episode of The Simpsons' thirteenth season is "Homer the Moe." On November 18, 2001, it debuted on the Fox network in the United States. In the episode, Moe decides to renovate his bar after consulting with his former bartending professor. When this fails to attract new customers, he puts Homer in a fake movie to attract more people. This causes problems for everyone involved as they try to figure out what role they are supposed to be playing.
Moe's Bar was originally going to be destroyed by a giant boulder that would roll in during opening night until it was decided this would be too unrealistic. Instead, the staff decided to have it blown up at the end of opening week.
Homer Simpson's first appearance was in this episode. He was designed by Matt Groening himself and given his famous mustache later. His catchphrases "Ooh, yeah!" and "D'oh!" also make their debut in this episode.
Principal Skinner's first appearance was in this episode too. He was designed by Matt Groening's wife Lisa and given his famous mustache later. His catchphrase "I'm Bart's father. Not yours. Mine!..." also makes its debut in this episode.
Lenny Leonard's first appearance was in this episode too. He was designed by Matt Groening's friend Terry Jones and given his famous mustache later.
The twelfth episode of The Simpsons' sixth season is titled "Homer the Great." On January 8, 1995, it debuted on the Fox network in the United States. In the episode, Homer joins the Stonecutters, an old secret society. Jim Reardon directed the episode, which was written by John Swartzwelder. It features references to both George Washington and Benjamin Franklin.
Homer becomes the first president of the Springfield Republic when the city falls into chaos following his death. He has many things done that presidents usually don't have time for, such as eating meals with the crew of the USS Nimitz and meeting students at Springfield Elementary School. However, he also makes many mistakes, including firing his vice president (who turns out to be a spy) and ordering the destruction of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant during a nuclear meltdown. Finally, he dies after drinking a bottle of Springfield Tears. His wife, Marge, then becomes the new president.
In another episode titled "The Crepes of Wrath", it is mentioned that Homer became president in 2546. This would make him 70 years old when he died in 2457. Since he is shown to be alive and well in 2369, this means he must have been alive and serving as president in 2409, which is within five years of when he would have been 100 years old.
Homer was elected president in 2409 and died in 2457, making him 70 years old when he left office.
Meanwhile, Bart has signed up himself, Lisa, and Maggie for a hot air balloon race at La Vie En Rose. Marge and Homer perform "Welcome to Moe's" in Moe's Tavern during the credits.
"Homer's Enemy," Season 8, Episode 23. The F-word is used many times in this episode.
It all starts when Marge gets a call from the school asking for a donation to build an athletic field. Although not a sports fan, Marge donates $10,000 because it's something her family can afford. However, the money is stolen by a former student, who then uses it to buy an army of robots. From then on, it's "F**k" all day long.
Homer sees his money gone and goes after the thief, but ends up in a fight with the robot army. When he calls out for help, everyone else does too, causing the city to go into chaos. The police show up just in time to see everything being destroyed by Homer's angry father. Then, before they can do anything about it, Mr. Burns shows up with his army and destroys the police car. Realizing they are hopeless against such powerful enemies, they decide to call in a professional for help.
At first, it looks like Lisa has been kidnapped by the robot owner, but she calls out for help instead.
It's long past time for The Simpsons to cease depicting Homer strangling Bart, which the program has acknowledged but never erased. The Simpsons has been on the air for nearly thirty years, and it has explored many aspects of how the world has evolved throughout its run. One thing that channel 181 has failed to do is give Bart his dignity by ending his life.
Bart was originally meant to be killed off by his father in an episode titled "Homer's Night Out". However, after fans protested so loudly about this plot development that it caused the episode to be scrapped, Matt Groening decided not to go through with it. He replaced Bart's death with a scene where he gets hit by a car and killed while trying to rescue Lisa from some bullies.
In later seasons, Bart does die twice more: once when he falls down a cliff after getting trapped under some rocks during a mountain climbing episode called "The Crepes of Wrath", and again when he tries to stop Marge from committing suicide in the episode "Mother's Day". In both cases, it's implied that Bart's soul goes to Heaven because he's still alive in the next scene.