| Oscar Wilde
| Character Information
Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer and poet.
Homer had a dream that he was building a casket inside Westminster Abbey where he met Geoffrey Chaucer. Chaucer told him that he right to do all Bart's work for him and it's the best thing for the boy. Anne of Cleves then came and said told him that's terrible advice and what he does for his son, Bart'll never learn to do for himself. Oscar Wilde then came and started to annoy Homer. When Bart told the truth at the building contest, he told Homer that Oscar Wilde also came to him in his dream.
Raphael mentioned a saying by Oscar Wilde which is "Some cause happiness wherever they go, others whenever they go" when Skinner's car is totaled and ends up at the Auto Shop.
After the Springfield Library threw out all the books after they digitized them, they gave the books to Lisa. Lisa gave Complete Works of Oscar Wilde to Grampa then started to read it to Homer.