Big House Homer
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Big House Homer is a Simpsons Comics story first printed in Simpsons Comics #108.
Mr. Burns and Smithers frame Homer for nuclear terrorism. Due to the substantial evidence Homer is quickly found guilty in court. When Homer arrives at Springfield Penitentiary he is placed in the same cell as Sideshow Bob (though Homer fails to recognize Bob at first), due to a common dislike for Bart, Homer and Bob become quick friends.
Bob takes Homer on a tour of the prison and Homer points out a masked prisoner who Bob claims to be a nameless psycho. Bob reveals to Homer a plan to escape jail, Bob's secret tunnel is under the cell of the masked prisoner. When Homer and Bob get into the cell the prisoner asks if he can come along. Homer quickly jumps into the tunnel when the prisoner reveals he knows who Homer is.
The prisoner chases Homer through the tunnel while telling him that he can't escape the past. Homer falls into a cavern full of crates, the prisoner jumps down and removes his mask revealing, Frank Grimes, Jr.. Grimes reminds Homer that he was sent to jail for attempting to murder Homer to avenge the death of his father, Frank Grimes. Mr. Burns and Smithers enter the cavern and reveal it's Burns' secret stash of rare paintings. Sideshow Bob falls through the hole in the ceiling and knock out both himself and Grimes. Homer blackmails Burns to get him out of jail, otherwise he blabs about the paintings, Burns agrees and Homer is set free, while Bob and Grimes are returned to prison.
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