The Real Housewives of Fat Tony
Season
22
Production Code
NABF12
Broadcast Index
S22E19
Episode Number
486
Airdate
04 May 2011
Writer
Dick Blasucci
Director
Lance Krammer
Executive Producer
Al Jean
Guest Stars
Joe Mantegna
Editor
Gary M. Gadsdon
Plot When wanting to get a change of Address notification on his license, Fat Tony gets snubbed at by Selma. He kidnaps her and lets her pick how he mistreats her, not taking the matter seriously, she requests Liposuction. Fat Tony honours the request and ends up falling for Selma.

The two start seeing each other regularly, and eventually get married. But at the wedding Marge and Selma fall out and want nothing to do with each other anymore.

Fat Tony tries to restore the two by inviting Homer and Marge to his summer home for the weekend where later one night, Marge overhears Fat Tony talk about a "Goomar" which she suspects Fat Tony to be cheating on her. It turns out that Selma is the Goomar, and he has another wife, explaining that the vows at the wedding were Goomar vows.

Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa discover that Bart can sense Truffles by their smell, and sell them off to Luigi, but instead, Lisa's been eating them.
Intro Gags
Maggie is riding on a paper airplane.
The living room is part of a VHS tape, inside a store. That store is then demolished.
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