| Danish woman
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The Danish woman is a woman who was trying to seduce Homer.
When Homer and Grampa were in The Pickled Viking, the Danish woman approached Homer because she saw him weeping in public. She told Homer that Danish men don't reveal their emotions. Homer told her that he was a married man and she responded by saying marriage wasn't as sacred in Denmark and that Danes were very free sexually. She then danced with Homer and shared a fish with him.
When Marge saw Homer dancing with the woman, she got upset and ran off. Homer ran after her, which made the woman sad as she wouldn't meet another man like him. She then met the Kiwanis Club of Cheesburg and fell for them before fainting.