| Milhouse the Man, Krusty in the Can, and the Great Springfield Frink-Out
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Milhouse the Man, Krusty in the Can, and the Great Springfield Frink-Out is a Simpsons Comics story featured in Simpsons Comics #33.
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, due to a disastrous experiment involving Monkeys in his lab has created an alternative Springfield. At first, it seems that nobody and nothing has changed. But Sideshow Bob
is now the principal and Mr. Bergstrom
a permanent teacher. As Milhouse, a troublemaker, is punished by Sideshow Bob, Bart Simpson a sidekick and Lisa
a trouble maker are designed into accompanying him. The three kids steal Mr. Burns, a simple minimarket gerant, his project rainbow, an economic project. But then plan to see the Cecil the Clown Show.
Meanwhile, Frink discovers something is wrong when Abba is sold in disco stores and his behavior causes Lenny and Carl to thrown him in jail. While incarcerated, Frink meets Krusty and is able to convince him that in an another reality, he is a rich and powerful man. The two are assisted by Burns into repairing the damages caused by Frink.
Marge is the mayor and is divorced from persecutor Artie Ziff.
Homer is the single father of Bart and Maggie following the breakdown of his marriage to Mindy. His boss, Comic Book Guy, gives him the task of killing Milhouse but Homer gives up since Bart is also present on the place. At the same time, Bart disguises himself in order to not let his father know that he skipped school.
The three kids arrive in Cecil's show when Cecil actually admits he shows true respect for teachers and principal. Sideshow Bob hears this and makes up with him. At the same time, Homer and Marge meet each other in Moe's tavern and fall in love. Snake nearly prevents Krusty and Frink to recreate Springfield's true reality but Frink accomplishes his goal, restoring everything to normal. (Except Frink now has a face on the back of his neck.)
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