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When [[Homer]] was a kid, he was looking in his dad's garage and found a gravy boat. Homer saw some dirt on the gravy boat, so he polished it and out came a genie. The genie tells Homer that if he loses the lamp, he will die, and every time he makes a wish, someone else must pay for his desires. Homer tells the genie that he thought that spirits were good, but the genie replies that that is only the case in fairy tales. The genie explains to Homer that if he, for example, wishes for one million dollars, a satellite might crash into his house and destroy everything and everyone in it so the owners of the satellite woulf pay a million dollars for his suffering. Homer realizes that that happens, his [[Abe Simpson|dad]] will not be happy. The genie asks Homer if he wants a girlfriend, but Homer thinks girls are disgusting. The genie asks Homer if he wants a jet pack to fly to school, but Homer has a better idea: he wishes for no school, but before the genie grants his wish, Homer realizes that he will feel bad afterwards because the genie might kill all his friends and teachers.
When [[Homer]] was a kid and looking in his dad's garage after his missing, he found a gravy boat, Homer saw then that there is something dirt on the gravy boaten so he polishes it and out comes a genie. The genie tell to Homer that if he loses the lamp, he will die, and every time he wish sometime, someone else must pay for his desires. Homer ask the genie that he has believed that spirits were good but the genie answer him that it is only in fairy tales. The genie explains to Homer that if he, for example, wish one million maybe he does so a satellite crashes into his house and destroy everything and everhtone in it so the owners of satellite will pay a million to him for his suffering. Homer realizes that if he wants one million and that happens will his [[Abe Simpson|dad]] not be happy. The genie ask Homer if he want then a girlfriend, but Homer does not want the girls for they are disgusting, the genie ask Homer if he want a jet pack to fly to school, his request gives Homer a better idea he wishes he will not have school but before the genie did his wish realizes Homer that he will feel bad afterwards because the genie maybe kill all his friends and teachers, and that wille he not do.
 
  
Homer's dad comes into the garage and Homer tell him about his problems so he ask Abe for advice, Abe forcing Homer to solve the problem himself but then Homer tell him that he can wish a beautiful wife to Abe, he start to listen on Homer. Homer ask his dad that he might can wish he become the world's best yo-yo champion in the world, Abe tell to his son that they are not a good idea because he might do a perfome for [[Richard Nixon|President Nixon]] and accidentally kill him so [[Spiro Agnew]] becomes president. Abe tells Homer that he has no idea and Homer can never solve the problem because not even [[Perry Mason]] could do it so he simple asks Homer to ensure that he just gets rid of it as quickly as possible before he walk away. Homer begins to cry for if he lose the lamp he will die so Homer start to wishes that he never found the lamp. That wish made the genie to kill himself and Homer becomes free from the genie. Homer finds then the dount he was searching of only to be discovered that there was last year's donuts and walk away, small chew on it.
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Homer's dad comes into the garage and Homer tells him about his problems. Abe forces Homer to solve the problem himself but when Homer tells him that he can wish for a beautiful wife for Abe, he starts to listen to Homer. Homer asks his dad that he can wish to become the world's best yo-yo champion in the world, but Abe tells his son that it's not a good idea because he might do a performance for [[Richard Nixon|President Nixon]] and accidentally kill him so [[Spiro Agnew]] becomes president. Abe tells Homer that he has no idea and Homer can never solve the problem because not even [[Perry Mason]] could do it, so he simply asks Homer to ensure that he just gets rid of it as quickly as possible before he walks away. Homer begins to cry, because if he loses the lamp, he will die, Homer wishes that he never found the lamp. This causes the genie to kill himself and Homer becomes free from the genie. Homer finds the donut he was searching for, only to discover that these are last year's donuts, and walks away.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:20, March 26, 2020

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Mean Genie
Mean Genie.png
Comic Story information
Released: August 2012
Comic series: Simpsons Comics One-Shot Wonders
Pages: 7
Written by: Carol Lay


Mean Genie is a Simpsons Comics One-Shot Wonders story that appears in Li'l Homer #1.

Plot[edit]

When Homer was a kid, he was looking in his dad's garage and found a gravy boat. Homer saw some dirt on the gravy boat, so he polished it and out came a genie. The genie tells Homer that if he loses the lamp, he will die, and every time he makes a wish, someone else must pay for his desires. Homer tells the genie that he thought that spirits were good, but the genie replies that that is only the case in fairy tales. The genie explains to Homer that if he, for example, wishes for one million dollars, a satellite might crash into his house and destroy everything and everyone in it so the owners of the satellite woulf pay a million dollars for his suffering. Homer realizes that that happens, his dad will not be happy. The genie asks Homer if he wants a girlfriend, but Homer thinks girls are disgusting. The genie asks Homer if he wants a jet pack to fly to school, but Homer has a better idea: he wishes for no school, but before the genie grants his wish, Homer realizes that he will feel bad afterwards because the genie might kill all his friends and teachers.

Homer's dad comes into the garage and Homer tells him about his problems. Abe forces Homer to solve the problem himself but when Homer tells him that he can wish for a beautiful wife for Abe, he starts to listen to Homer. Homer asks his dad that he can wish to become the world's best yo-yo champion in the world, but Abe tells his son that it's not a good idea because he might do a performance for President Nixon and accidentally kill him so Spiro Agnew becomes president. Abe tells Homer that he has no idea and Homer can never solve the problem because not even Perry Mason could do it, so he simply asks Homer to ensure that he just gets rid of it as quickly as possible before he walks away. Homer begins to cry, because if he loses the lamp, he will die, Homer wishes that he never found the lamp. This causes the genie to kill himself and Homer becomes free from the genie. Homer finds the donut he was searching for, only to discover that these are last year's donuts, and walks away.

Reprints[edit]

Comic issue Release date Country
Li'l Homer #1 August 15, 2014 800px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png
Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume Three July 15, 2015 Flag of the United States.png


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