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Panda cone

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Panda cone
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Food/Drink Information
Produced by: Springfield Zoo
Type: Ice cream cone
Town: Springfield
First Appearance: "Homer vs. Dignity"


A Panda Cone is a type of ice cream cone that was served at the Panda-Monium! exhibit at the Springfield Zoo.

Description[edit]

A panda cone consists of three scoops of ice cream (white, black, and white again) placed on top of a cone to resemble a panda's body. Then smaller bits of black and white ice cream are placed on the top scoop to form the details of the panda's face.

History[edit]

The panda cones were served at the Panda-Monium! exhibit, which was held in honor of the arrival of the zoo's new female panda, Sim-Sim, thanks to "an anonymous donor". In reality, Sim-Sim was Homer Simpson in disguise and the whole exhibit was a practical joke by Mr. Burns, the so-called anonymous donor. The panda cones, however, proved to be a genuine big hit with the crowd of zoogoers at the exhibit.

Milhouse attended the exhibit with his father Kirk and asked him for money to buy a panda cone. At the time, Kirk and Milhouse's mother Luann were separated and Kirk was sending them support payments, so Kirk indignantly asked, "What does your mother do with the $68 I send her every month?!" to which Milhouse replied, "'Weekday Dad' wanted a DVD player."

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