| Oh, Plow, Where Art Thou?
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Oh, Plow, Where Art Thou? is a The Simpsons Winter Wingding story first printed in The Simpsons Winter Wingding #4.
Homer accidently discovers his old 'Mr. Plow' jacket while searching for a month-old meatloaf in the closet. Gil is seen selling the plow to the Comic Book Guy where he admits he doesn't work there. Gil sells the plow to the Comic Book Guy for 100$. Krusty buys the plow from the Comic Book Guy for a thousand dollars, and Reverend Lovejoy thought he could melt it and sell the scrap metal to the Catholics for crucfixes. Snake steals the plow and Reverend Lovejoy's plans are ruined. Groundskeeper Willie gives Snake ten grand for the plow. Otto drives home in it, claiming he 'better get home before I forget where it is'. Chief Wiggum cites Otto for driving 90 miles an hour against traffic on top of the median strip backwards with a broken tail light in a snow plow. Ralph Wiggum, Chief Wiggum's son, drives the plow out of the impound lot while singing Ghost Eraser (a parody of Speed Racer) and crashes into Hans Moleman's house. Hans Moleman drives to the Springfield DMV where Selma Bouvier and her sister drive home in the plow, with Ralph hiding in the back seat. Ralph gets thrown out when he asked if they were his 'mommies'. Fat Tony takes the plow from them, saying he would kill their lizard, Jub Jub. Fat Tony throws it in the ocean when the Sea Captain pulls it out, Herman Hermann buys it, and tries to get Abe Simpson to buy it, but Abe recognises it as a vintage Komatsu plow and remembers how it made him so angry for plowing away his wounded friends during the Second World War. He blows it up with a tank.