Marge revives her interest in art - she once did a painting of Ringo Starr - and Mr. Burns commissions her to do a portrait of him, depicting him as a beautiful man. However, after he has insulted Homer's weight the painting shows him nude, though Marge explains that she intended to show his vulnerability as a frail old man and Burns is highly impressed.
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Did You Know?
said of Ringo Starr
's guest spot, "We were so excited that we got Ringo Starr coming in to do the show and we recorded him over at the Complex in West Los Angeles. We were given a list of rules about what we couldn't do to Ringo, such as 'Don't touch him', 'Don't approach him', and 'Don't ask for his autograph'. But of course when he shows up in this big limo, Brian brings out a big poster and asks him to sign it!" Brian K. Roberts
explained that he had not received the memo with the rules so he showed up with a copy of the script cover and asked Starr to sign it. See more
Marge sent Ringo Starr
the painting of him long before she started living with Homer. If this is the case, how did Ringo know where to send his reply? See more
Dear Marge, thanks for the fab painting of yours truly. I hung it on me wall. You're quite an artist. In answer to your question, yes, we do have hamburgers and fries in England, but we call french fries 'chips.' Love, Ringo.
It Don't Come Easy
Written by Ringo Starr
and George Harrison
Performed by Ringo Starr See more