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Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington
Mr Spritz Goes to Washington
Episode Number 305
Production Code EABF09
Original Airdate March 9, 2003
Couch Gag Time Travelling Remote couch gag
Written By John Swartzwelder
Directed By Lance Kramer

"Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington" is the fourteenth episode of Season 14.

SynopsisEdit

When the airlines change flight paths over their house, The Simpsons start to get annoyed. After Bart sees a "Krusty the Klown Show" advertisement he thinks Krusty should run for Congressman, after the old Congressman Gregory Wilcox passed away.

Krusty wins the election and finally changes the flight paths.

Full StoryEdit

The Simpsons are watching an episode of "The Three Stooges", when the house begins to shake. Then they discover an airplane was flying dangerously close to their house; then they decide that the air traffic had been redirected. Homer and Marge complain to a airport official, who tells them that the aeroplanes were rerouted away from nature reserves, to help protect the animals. But they were really redirected by Mayor Quimby, so he can have peace when he is with his girlfriends, which he soon regrets when he finds out that Miss Springfieldd has an annoying voice.

The family live with the noise for the next three months (With Lisa Simpson even developing the ability to identify exactly which flights are about to fly overhead as they do due to the trauma of being directly underneath air traffic), but then they decide they can't cope anymore. They then decide to move, and unsuccessfully try to sell the house to Apu and Ralph Wiggum, who doesn't even deem the house worth a carton of chocolate milk. Then Homer and Marge complain to their local congressman, Horace Wilcox. Horace decides that he wants to help them, but unfortunately, he suffers a heart attack and dies. While watching Krusty the Clown, Bart gets the idea, for Krusty to run for Congress. The next day, Bart visits Krusty and asks him to run for Congress. Krusty seems reluctant at first, but he soon likes to the idea, when he realises that he could solve the problems that the government has plagued him with, such as taxes and immigration of his pet monkey. At the Republicans’ meeting, he nominates himself as a candidate for Congress. The other members are supportive and they agree with him.

Krusty’s campaign has a very bad start. He ends up saying a Spanish phrase at a Latino American group that he doesn't realize translates to "I'm going to puke onto your mother's grave" until AFTER stating it, as well as includes offensive jokes in his speech for a Women's group. Things get to its worse part when his opponent, John Armstrong, shows a sketch from Krusty’s show making fun of the UN as well as the French (French stench), Jamacians (Hum-drums), and San Francisco's gay community. Desperate to have Krusty win the election, Lisa helps Krusty turn his campaign around by having him communicate with regular families and citizens, in a bid to get them to vote for him. Krusty’s popularity soars and with the assistance of biased republican media he wins the election.

After taking the oath, he tries to bring up the topic of the air traffic over Evergreen Terrace. However, none of the other congressman listen to him, and tell him that new congressman aren't very important.

Later, the Simpsons find Krusty in a bar, and he is getting drunk. He feels that he’s failed them, but they convince him to stand up for his beliefs. This encouraged him, but he ends up taking to an empty room.

With the janitor's help (who is implied to be former Minnesota senator Walter Mondale), they blackmail a key congressman with a videotape, which has footage of him abusing the free mail policy. Homer helps by getting a southern congressman drunk. Finally, during a session in Congress, the janitor and Lisa, with Homer’s drunken diversion, place the Air Traffic Bill under a bill giving orphans American flags. When the bill comes up for discussion, the blackmailed congressman immediately consents, and Congressman Beauregard, in a drunken stupor, consents to the bill. The legislation is then passed, and Krusty celebrates.

The Simpson's are very pleased at the aeroplane redirection and they are also pleased that they don't have planes flying over their house.

Krusty The ClownKrusty the Clown Show Characters, Locations and Key Episodes
Krusty the Clown| Sideshow Bob | Sideshow Mel | Mr. Teeny

Krusty Burger | Clown College | Kamp Krusty
Krusty Gets Busted | Itchy & Scratchy & Marge | Like Father, Like Clown | Kamp Krusty | Krusty Gets Kancelled | Bart Gets Famous | Homie the Clown | Bart the Fink | The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show | The Last Temptation of Krust | Insane Clown Poppy | Day of the Jackanapes | Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington | Today, I Am a Clown | Yokel Chords | All About Lisa | Once Upon a Time in Springfield | The Ten-Per-Cent Solution

Citations Edit

Season 13 Season 14 Episodes Season 15
Treehouse of Horror XIIIHow I Spent My Strummer VacationBart vs. Lisa vs. the Third GradeLarge MargeHelter ShelterThe Great Louse DetectiveSpecial EdnaThe Dad Who Knew Too LittleThe Strong Arms of the MaPray AnythingBarting OverI'm Spelling as Fast as I CanA Star Is Born-AgainMr. Spritz Goes to WashingtonC.E. D'oh'Scuse Me While I Miss the SkyThree Gays of the CondoDude, Where's My Ranch?Old Yeller-BellyBrake My Wife, PleaseThe Bart of WarMoe Baby Blues

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