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Homer on The Tonight Show

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General
Homer's Monologue on The Tonight Show
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Special Information
Original Airdate: July 24, 2007
Show: The Tonight Show
Channel: NBC
Special Guest Voices: Jay Leno as himself


Homer's Monologue on The Tonight Show is a short in which Homer is guest host on The Tonight Show. The short was broadcast on The Tonight Show July 24, 2007. The short is published on the DVD of The Simpsons Movie.

Plot[edit]

The announcer welcomes the guest host, Homer Simpson and he greets the audience and viewers. Homer reveals that he is nervous and begins to joke. He says the NBC stands for "Never Been Crappier" and says that GE is doing more bad things and according Lisa they poisoning the air more than Rosie O'Donnell. Homer begins to sweat when the audience do not applaud or laugh at the jokes. Homer's arm becomes numb and Jay comes to see what is happening. Jay Leno asks him to go out that door and not come back. Before Homer goes he tells Jay that his fruit basket had only fruit and no cookies as he wanted it. The guards throw him out. Jay is also starting to sweat and is welcomed by the announcer.