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Revision as of 06:31, October 2, 2015

Season 17 Episode
370 "Bart Has Two Mommies"
"Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife"
"Million-Dollar Abie" 372
"Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife"
Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife Promo.jpg
Episode Information
Episode Number: 371
Production Code: HABF08
Original Airdate: March 26, 2006
Couch Gag: The Simpson's sit on the couch, then are dunked into a pit of fire.
Blackboard Text: I will not eat things for money.
Special Guest Voices: Ricky Gervais as Charles Heathbar
Written By: Ricky Gervais
Directed By: Matthew Nastuk

"Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife" is the fifteenth episode of season 17. The live-action opening sequence was directed by Chris Palmer.


Homer inscribe himself and Marge in a TV show in which two families swap mothers: Homer and the kids get a very strict woman, while Marge stays with that woman's husband, who develops a crush on Marge.


Lenny invites practically everyone in town to a party at his flat, where he tells them that he has a big surprise. He reveals that he bought a brand new plasma screen TV, and Homer immediately falls in love with its high-definition picture. He begins to spend all his time at Lenny's house, watching TV. Marge sends over the kids to bring him back, but they too get enthralled by the TV. Eventually three days later, Lenny tells him to Beat it!. When he gets back home, he just doesn't enjoy watching his usual TV anymore. Marge tells him that she entered them into a contest where the winner gets a prize that is a plasma screen TV. Later, they get a call, and they learn that they won third place as opposed to first ("Um... no. No one wins that."), and the prize is a trip to the Fox Studio Network (no expenses paid). While there, Homer learns of a reality show called "Mother Flippers" (similar to Wife Swap and Trading Spouses), and the grand prize just happens to be enough money to buy a new plasma screen TV. Marge agrees, although with reluctance, and they enter.

When they get back to Springfield, the show begins. Marge is traded to a nice, easy going man named Charles Heathbar and his perfect son, while Homer gets Charles' very strict wife, Verity. Charles seems to be the classic hen-pecked husband, and is surprised to see that Marge is extremely understanding and nice. Marge enjoys her time with Charles Heathbar, while he begins to develop a crush on her. Meanwhile, Homer, Bart, and Lisa are having troubles with Verity, who continues to discipline them and object to everything they do. She makes homework out of "Itchy and Scratchy" for Bart and asks Homer for his "synopsis" of CSI: Miami.

Back at Charles' house, he writes a love song for Marge (with guitar accompaniment), who seems completely oblivious to him until he comes out and tells her that he's in love with her. She explains to him that she loves Homer, and she tells him that he should tell his wife how he feels. He agrees, and decides to take her back to Homer and then get rid of Verity. When they get back to Springfield, Homer and the kids are ecstatic to see Marge. However, Verity has decided to leave him first, and she has already found a new partner: Patty. Apparently, they both hate Homer equally. Homer threatens to vote No on Proposition 38 (for Gay adoption), but a little arm-twisting by Patty makes him confess he wasn't planning to vote at all, a little more and he's in line.  

In the end, Homer plays on the guitar, serenading his true love, his new Plasma TV (and Marge, too).

Broadcasting Information


  • 1st Airdate: Sunday, March 26, 2006 (Live Action)
  • 2nd Airdate: Sunday, May 21, 2006 (Different Chalkboard and Couch Gag)


  • 1st Airdate: Sunday, April 23, 2006
  • 2nd Airdate: Friday, April 28, 2006 (Encore Screening)
  • 3rd Airdate: Saturday, July 8, 2006
  • 4th Airdate: Monday, August 14, 2006
  • 5th Airdate: Tuesday, September 21, 2010


  • 1st Airdate: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 (Different Chalkboard and Couch Gag)


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External links

Season 17 Episodes
The Bonfire of the Manatees The Girl Who Slept Too Little Milhouse of Sand and Fog Treehouse of Horror XVI Marge's Son Poisoning See Homer Run The Last of the Red Hat Mamas The Italian Bob Simpsons Christmas Stories Homer's Paternity Coot We're on the Road to D'ohwhere My Fair Laddy The Seemingly Never-Ending Story Bart Has Two Mommies Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife Million-Dollar Abie Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore The Wettest Stories Ever Told Girls Just Want to Have Sums Regarding Margie The Monkey Suit Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play