Bart becomes convinced that his new neighbor, Walt, is his archenemy, Sideshow Bob, disguised and back for revenge. But when Marge tries to convince Bart otherwise by taking him to visit the state penitentiary, a disturbing truth is revealed.
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Marge mentions that "Frasier" (1993) from Cheers sounds like Sideshow Bob. The actor Kelsey Grammer voices both Frasier and Sideshow Bob so Marge is correct. See more
Incorrectly regarded as goofs: The showdown with Bob takes place at "Five Corners", a reference to the real-life "Four Corners" of the U.S. where New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado meet at a specific spot. Obviously the "Five Corners" here aren't based on that, otherwise Bob wouldn't be arrested by cops who are clearly from New Jersey. But this bit is having fun with the fact that the show takes place in a permanently undefined part of America, so if Springfield somehow does border odd states at any point, it's not an error at all. See more
Sorry gentlemen, I'm not a fan of that particular style of music. My radio dial never strays from 89.4, "The Spur".
Milhouse Van Houten
That *is* a good station Bart, what, with the Morning Cattle Drive and Armadillo Mike in the afternoon, and nothing keeps me informed like Rodeo Rick's New Roundup every hour on the...
References The Witches of Eastwick
Behold the Lord High Executioner
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more