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The Simpsons | Episode Guide | Season One
Homer's Night Out

What a woman's worth according to Homer.

Episode 7G10
Written by Jon Vitti
Directed by Rich Moore
Also starring: JoAnn Harris, Pamela Hayden, Maggie Roswell
Special guest voice: Sam McMurray (as Gulliver Dark)

Premise: Bart's new mail-order spy camera (as used by the CIA, cost $1.50) snaps Homer mid-belly dance with the exotic Princess Kashmir (real name Shawna Tifton). Only by teaching Bart that women are not sex objects can Homer appease the wrath of Marge.

Features: Lenny, Martin, Milhouse, Lewis, Rev. Lovejoy, Smithers, Mr Burns, Apu, Moe, Barney.

Couch: It collapses.

And introducing: Carl.


  • Homer weighs 239 lbs, and once had an assistant at work, Eugene Fisk.
  • Marge attends an exercise class.

Notes for the Uneducated: Diane Arbus (1923-71) was a photographer who specialised in portraits of grotesque or eccentric individuals. So Martin's friend's comparison of Bart's work to hers is quite valid.

That's Homer Simpson, sir: 'A low-level employee in Sector 7G'.

Notes: It's odd to see Smithers out with a chick (although, to be fair, he's double-dating with Mr Burns). And Mr Burns recognises Homer at the Sapphire Lounge (although, to be fair, his memory had to be jogged earlier in the episode).

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