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| Old Simpson Farm
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The Old Simpson Farm is the farm Homer grew up on, raised mainly by his father Abe. The farm is off of Rural Route 9, outside of Springfield.
Abe won the property on a "crooked 50's game show" and sold it so Homer and his wife Marge could buy 742 Evergreen Terrace.
An argument between Abe and Homer resulted in the house being burnt down.
Homer and the family took refuge here after Homer had them flee their home at 742 Evergreen Terrace when he was challenged to a duel by a Southern colonel. Homer took this opportunity to get the family engaged in farming. Nothing would grow in the soil, however, until Homer exposed it to nuclear radiation from the power plant, and mixing tomato and tobacco seeds, got a hybrid of the two, which he called Tomacco.
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Behind the Laughter
The house is based on the farmhouse in the movie Flesh and Bone.