Homer's Night Out
Season
1
Production Code
7G10
Broadcast Index
S01E10
Episode Number
10
Airdate
25 March 1990
Writer
Jon Vitti
Director
Rich Moore
Executive Producer
James L. Brooks
Matt Groening
Sam Simon
Guest Stars
Sam McMurray
DVD Commentary
Matt Groening
Rich Moore
Jon Vitti
Editor
Gary M. Gadsdon
  • Character Debuts:
  • • Princess Kashmir
  • • Carl Carlson
Plot Bart buys a new spy camera, and Homer goes to a stag party at a local restaurant, the same night, Marge treats the kids by going to the Rusty Barnacle, by coincidence, Homer is there too. Bart wanders into the party and sees Homer dancing with Princess Kashmir, a belly dancer. Bart takes a photo and its posted all over Springfield, when Marge finds out, she throws Homer out. Homer returns the next day and tries to get Marge to forgive him, the only way she'd do that is by teaching Bart and important lesson that women are more than just bellies. When Homer and Bart finally meet Princess Kashmir, Homer accidentally goes on stage and the audience recognizes him from the photo. Homer manages to give what was intentionally Bart's lesson, to the whole audience, who go home to be with the women they love. Marge, who's in the audience forgives Homer.
Intro Gags
I WILL NOT CALL MY TEACHER "HOT CAKES"
The couch breaks apart under their weight.
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