After moving to another town for a new job, Homer must decide whether or not to stay when the family have a hard time with the transfer.
Did You Know?
Fans and critics have often asked when the show will bring back Hank Scorpio, but the producers have said that Scorpio will probably never return because Albert Brooks
ab-libbed nearly all of his lines and it would be a bad idea to try to capture lighting in a bottle with the character again. See more
When Bart realizes that the remedial class is going slower than the other kids when they're supposed to be catching up to them, Bart says, "Cuckoo." The other kids in the class then catch onto Bart by repeatedly saying, "Cuckoo." However, one of the boys, Gordy, is not making the "Cuckoo" sign when he starts, but in the next shot, he is. He is not seen raising his arm to make the sign. See more
When you go home tonight, there's going to be another story on your house!
References You Only Live Twice
I Work for Monty Burns
Written by Johnny Mercer
and Richard A. Whiting
(tune: "Hooray for Hollywood")
Performed by Harry Shearer See more