Monty Can't Buy Me Love is the twenty-first episode of Season 10. Monty Can't Buy Me Love is rated TV-14 DL.
Mr. Burns tries his hand at winning the public's admiration by taking part in blue collar radio talk shows and retrieving the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
While on a family stroll, the Simpsons discover a new mega mall named "Fortune Megastore". It has all their needs and desires. The opening for it has drawn a big crowd; Mr. Burns, taking a ride in his car, is unable pass through the crowd and wants to see what the hullabaloo is about. Once he enters, Mayor Quimby announces a very special person has entered. Burns is flattered that they would notice him, but they are really announcing billionaire-tycoon Arthur Fortune, the owner of the store, who, as a crowd pleaser, gives them all free money. Mr. Burns is sad that he is not wanted. Burns tries to win their attention back by enlisting Homer to help him gain the town's eye. First they try to copy Arthur by throwing money to the locals, but they choose to throw silver dollars off a tall building, resulting in physical and bodily damage to the citizens. Next, Burns asks Homer to bring a check from himself to the Springfield Hospital. He later finds out that they didn't take the check under Burns' name, but under Homer's name, and Homer ends up getting a wing named after him. Then, Burns goes on a Howard Stern-type radio show called "Jerry Rude and the Bathroom Bunch", but he is appalled at the questions and embarrassed when the host makes farting noises. Burns has had all he can take and attempts to do something no one has ever done before: locate and capture the Loch Ness Monster.
Burns has enlisted the help of Homer, Groundskeeper Willie, and Professor Frink to capture the monster. After several attempts of locating it, there is no success; Burns plans to empty the loch. Lo and behold, they find the monster. The younger men of the group are a little too scared to try and capture the beast. Leaving Burns to somehow singlehandedly best Nessy and get it into a harness on the helicopter. They bring it back to Springfield. During his unveiling, a camera crew starts taking pictures. The monster likes the attention, but Burns goes crazy due to the bright flashes and drives everyone away. With nowhere to go, Burns chooses to get The Loch Ness Monster a job at a Las Vegas casino.