| Kamp Krustier
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"Kamp Krustier" is the sixteenth episode of season 28. The episode aired on March 5, 2017. It's a sequel to "Kamp Krusty".
- "When Bart and Lisa return home abruptly after a traumatic incident at Kamp Krusty, they put an end to Homer and Marge's romantic encounters. Without sex to distract him, Homer becomes a more productive worker and caring husband, but Marge misses the old Homer. Then, Bart and Lisa return to camp to confront the source of their trauma."
The story is set right after Kamp Krusty. Santa's Little Helper follows the trial of Homer and Marge's clothes leading him to Bart's treehouse, where they were having sex. Wiggum and Lou arrives at the scene, having been called by Ned. Homer tells them the kids are fine, before showing them a postcard from Kamp Krusty. The scene switches to the camp, where everything is getting ruined by Bart and the other bullies.
The kids returns on a bus, guided by Krusty and all are traumatized. The kids are taken to therapy, and the therapist says to keep an eye on him. Back at home, Bart fakes PTSD and interrupts Homer and Marge's sexual activity, and the next day Bart stays at home watching tv. With Bart on their bed, being unable to have fun with Marge, Homer goes to work early and finds out what happens when the Power Plant is empty.
Bart has a nightmare of the camp, when they went on the canoe, and asks Lisa for help. Homer gets more productive then ever and gets a raise by Mr. Burns, while Bart and Lisa go to the amusement park, where they cut the line thanks to the trauma they suffered from.
Homer refuses to have sex with Marge and she thinks they needs the help of a therapist too, that suggest taking the kids back to Kamp Krusty, which was transformed into Klub Krusty, an adult retreat. Bart and Lisa find a cabin they have visited, and remember trying to escape the camp in a canoe, with another kid called Charlie. The canoe capsized and they feared Charlie had died. However, it turned out he was a spy for a magazine and was actually an adult, and he swam to safety. Meanwhile at the end Marge and Homer have some fun at the club, then Homer is back home, with his brain decommissioned, and he's watching FOX on TV.