The City of New York VS Homer Simpson
Season
9
Production Code
4F22
Episode Number
0
Airdate
20 September 1997
Writer
Ian Maxtone Graham
Director
Jim Reardon
Executive Producer
Bill Oakely
Josh Weinstein
DVD Commentary
Bill Oakley
Josh Weinstein
Jim Reardon (Ian Maxtone-Graham
Dan Castellaneta)
Editor
Gary M. Gadsdon
Plot When the Springfield Police informs Moe that he has to start having Designated Drivers, Barney loses the draw and has to stay sober. He manages but he goes crazy and takes off with Homer's car for two months. When Barney comes back, he has no knowledge of where Homer's Car is. Homer starts to build his own. He soon gets a letter fro the City of New York, saying that his car is illegally parked in Manhattan. Marge, Bart and Lisa are happy to go, but Homer isn't, but he goes anyway for the sake of his car. While Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie go sightseeing, Homer goes after his car. He discovers that it's parked between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Homer calls the parking officer and has to wait between 9 'til 5. But Homer drinks too much Crab Juice and has to go to the bathroom and misses the parking officer. As sundown approaches, Homer drives off with the clamp on his car, realizing that he cant get anywhere with it on, he borrows a construction workers drill and gets the clamp off, practically destroying the car in the running. Homer meets with the family at Central Park and speeds away from New York
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