| Frank Sinatra
| Character Information
Frank Sinatra (1915–1998) was an American actor and pop singer. He was best known for being a founding member of the Rat Pack and for his hit recordings of the 1960s such as "Strangers in the Night" and "My Way".
Bart answers the door to a man who has "a special delivery for Homer Simpson". Bart, expecting a package under Homer's name, says "that's me". The man punches Bart in the nose, remarking "don't write no more letters to Mr. Sinatra".
When Homer said that in showbiz, what goes up, must go down, Frank Sinatra was one of the names Bart and Lisa mentioned that flawed this, along with Bob Hope, Dean Martin and Tom Jones.
When Disco Stu visited Praiseland to get a miracle from the statue of Maude Flanders, he had a vision of Heaven as a huge discothèque. Stu was surprised to see Sinatra there, but Sinatra told him, "For me, this is Hell. Ya dig, pally?"
Luigi mentioned to Kent Brockman and Rachel Maddow that Mario's restaurant had a picture of Frank Sinatra signed by Frank Sinatra, Jr., but the frame covered the "Jr." part.
Frank Sinatra was singing "Let it Snow" at Don Henley's Christmas party.
Behind the Laughter
- Songs recorded by Sinatra have appeared in other episodes of the show:
- The heavy punching "Homer" for hassling Sinatra is a reference to his infamous alleged organized crime links.