Homer: 1980 happened before you kids were born, and there was a lot going on. The hits of Supertramp, the dark horse presidential candidacy of John Anderson; it was an exciting time to be young.
Flashback to 1980. "The Logical Song" by Supertramp plays in the background. Homer is shown working at one of his old jobs on Sir Putt-a-Lot's Miniature Golf Course. Homer's boss opens up a door to the miniature windmill.
Marge: Homer, I think it's the champale talking, but I think you're pretty sexy.
Romantic music plays as Homer and Marge make love, which is not seen by the audience. On the miniature golf course, a customer hits a golf ball into a hard-to-hit hole that says "FREE GAME", causing the castle to light up the night.
Abraham: Son, you got her pregnant, so you have to marry her!
Homer: Let's see.. Bart, Cart, Dart, Eart... nope can't see any problem with that!
Homer: Hey Marge, look at this! It is a baby monitor so you can hear the baby no matter where you are in the house. Like this! Homer uses baby monitor. Baby to Marge, Baby to Marge! Wah Wah! (Homer laughs)
Homer is making application to the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. He is near a reception with two other applicants. A younger Smithers does the interviews.
Smithers: We have two openings, which means one of you will be rejected from this job...but it ain't gonna be my old frat buddy Lou Johnston!
Smithers greets Man #1 and they do a secret handshake.
Man #1: Ah Waylon! Still the same guy from Alpha Beta!
Man #2: Hey! I am a member of the University of Alabama chapter!
Smithers and two men proceed towards the board room arm-in-arm chanting their frat anthem. Homer tries mimicking their fraternity song, but he knows the odds are stacked against him.