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Lady Bouvier's Lover

Lady Bouvier's Lover

Rating: 3.4 (152 votes)

Plot

It is Maggie's first birthday, and the whole family, including Mrs. Bouvier and Grampa, celebrate. Afterwards, Marge tells Homer that the two pensioners seem lonely and would enjoy each other's company. She invites them both to dinner, where Abe falls in love with Mrs. Bouvier. Meanwhile, Bart uses Homer's credit card to buy a genuine Itchy & Scratchy animation cel. However, when it arrives, it is only part of Scratchy's arm. Abe takes Mrs. Bouvier out on another date, but Mr. Burns steals her away from him, much to Grampa's disappointment. Burns arrives at the Simpson home the next evening to take Mrs. Bouvier out on another date, where Bart extorts money from him to pay for the animation cel. Burns asks Mrs. Bouvier to marry him and she accepts. At the wedding, however, Grampa intervenes and asks her if its what she really wants to do. She realizes that she does not want to marry Burns and they both leave.


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Notes

  • A tape recorder can be seen between the floors of the Simpsons' home.
  • Mrs. Bouvier resides at ''Hal Roach Apartments - Retirement Living in the Heart of the Cemetary District''.
  • The sign outside the church reads ''Private Wedding; Please Worship Elsewhere''.
  • Homer, Marge, Grampa & Mrs. Bouvier dine at P. Piggly Hogswine's Super-Smorg.
  • The sign at Springfield Community Center reads: ''Today: Senior Citizens Swing Dance; Tomorrow: Cat Spay-A-Thon''.

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References

  • Grampa bangs on the glass in the organ room, and later runs onto the bus with Mrs. Bouvier, spoofing The Graduate.

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