The pair concluded by saying "this is a side of the show we'd not seen before, nor particularly wanted to see. A must for all fans. The episode ends with everyone driving off in John's car. Bill Oakley Josh Weinstein. Patty left and Selma right. The Simpsons characters Fictional characters introduced in Animated duos Television duos Fictional civil servants Fictional identical twins Fictional lesbians Fictional smokers LGBT characters in animation Fictional American people of French descent Animated human characters Female characters in animation Female characters in film Female characters in television. Archived from the original on February 15,
The new censors sent back merely one line:
The original note I gave to Julie was that they suck the life out of everything they see'". The free time they now had led to them taking up smoking. Retrieved November 22, This page was last edited on 25 Januaryat They showed little concern when Homer suffered a heart attack. The censors stated that they did not like the use of the word " gay ", or the discussion of homosexuality at all, and closed with a paragraph which stated that "the topic and substance of this episode are unacceptable for broadcast ".
However, when Patty came out as a lesbian, she found a surprising supporter in Homer in contrast to Marge who was at first surprised and angry about itand she swallowed her pride and asked him to perform her marriage ceremony. Clone Wars Volume 2: Please let us know if you would like your page added to this list, or if you spot any dead links within the page that are in need of an update. A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture. Everything you could ever want to know about Sideshow Bob, with multimedia, games, a quiz and random quotes. An entertaining site dedicated to Springfield's Emmy-awarded newsanchor.