| Chez Guevara
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Chez Guevara is Tito Puente's jazz club. Puente and his Latin Jazz Ensemble regularly appear there. The club advertises itself as a "Cuban Dance Palace", according to the signage.
The Springfield Police visited Chez Guevara while they were investigating the shooting of Mr. Burns. Chief Wiggum learned that Puente had vowed to take revenge on Burns, as Burns' beating Springfield Elementary School to an oil deposit had cost Puente a teaching job at the school. The police went to the club to question Puente, and Puente readily admitted to wanting revenge, but said that "[setting Burns'] soul afire with a slanderous mambo" was a more fitting, and more thorough, vengeance than simply shooting him. To demonstrate his point, Puente and his Latin Jazz Ensemble performed the song "Señor Burns", which Wiggum and the other cops enjoyed. After the song was over, Wiggum said he believed that Puente was innocent, and added, "I hope all our suspects are this much fun."
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Behind the Laughter
The club's name is a pun on Che Guevara, who played a major role in the Cuban Revolution and has since become a countercultural icon.