FRS The Simpsons Journal #16

FRS The Simpsons Journal #16 - Journal #16: Free-Response...

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Unformatted text preview: Journal #16: Free-Response Reading + (Fresh air and Exercise) + Homer = Pfffttt! In the episode Two Bad Neighbors, Homer starts off the show rallying the neighborhood, almost like a campaign speech. One of characters from the audience even shouted, Homer is the king of the neighborhood! Moments later, they all break into dance while Homer sings his rendition of Beegees Staying Alive . Just as Homer receives acknowledgement and praise from his friends and peers, former President George Herbert Walker Bush moves in Homer is mad. He questions why he had to impose in his territory. Lisa explains to Homer that this is one of the nine states where Bush claims residency. The Bushs decided to live there because of the town has the lowest voter turnout and thus, probably does not care much for politics. I wonder what those nine states were Throughout the episode, Bart continuously interferes with Bushs happiness....
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