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Throw Grampa from the Dane

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Season 29 Episode
637 "Left Behind"
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"Throw Grampa from the Dane"
"Flanders' Ladder" 639
Throw Grampa from the Dane
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Episode Information
Episode Number: 638
Production Code: XABF13
Original Airdate: May 13, 2018
Couch Gag: The Simpson family gets printed out from printers, but Homer gets paper jammed, and then says "Mmm..., Jam"
Title Screen: Sideshow Mel crosses the screen with a unicycle
Special Guest Voices: Sidse Babett Knudsen as Danish woman
Show Runner(s): Al Jean
Written By: Rob LaZebnik
Directed By: Michael Polcino


"Throw Grampa from the Dane" is the 20th episode of season 29. It aired on May 13, 2018.

Synopsis[edit]

"After receiving an insurance payout, the Simpsons go to Denmark, so Grampa can benefit from the country's free healthcare."

Plot[edit]

Homer wakes up and descends the stairs, only to find out that the house is flooded, with Bart surfboarding on the water, with various objects, including the Olmec head and Bender, moving on the current. Marge comes down as well and start recollecting how this happen.

She said to Homer she didn't like where the sail boat painting is. She asks him to move it and he uses a nail on the wall to do it, mistakenly making a hole in the water tube.

At Springfield Insurance, Homer and Marge asks Gil to check their house insurance and it's covered, including temporary housing. While on the garden, while people were reparing the damage, Grampa arrived giving the news he needs medical attention. They bring him to Bleeders Sinai Medical Center to have Dr. Nick visiting him, but he couldn't help him, so Lisa proposes to visit Denmark, where health care is free if you're injured there.

Once arrived, they are taken on a tour by the owner of the house they're staying at, Søren, including meeting Prince Christian of Denmark, which Lisa fantasizes marrying and becoming a princess. Homer tries to have Grampa injured so they can get free health care, so they take him to Kronborg Castle.

The family asks Homer to stay in Denmark, and Homer is hesitant, then he discovers that the procedure Grampa needs is the removal of a tatoo, one that says Mona and has a heart beneath.

Homer and Grampa go to to The Pickled Viking and a woman seduces Homer, they start dancing, but Marge sees him dancing. Back at the home, she says that they're not leaving the city, with Homer seeing the kids replacing him with the house cudly fat cat.

Grampa and Homer try to leave but Grampa convinces him to get back to Marge, who tells him they decide to go back. Grampa manages to injure himself by overfeeding himself and gets the health care to pay for the removal.

International airdates[edit]

Country Date Channel Note
Hispanic America.gif Latin America August 19, 2018 Fox Latin America

Gallery[edit]

Promo videos[edit]

Season 29 Episodes
The Serfsons Springfield Splendor Whistler's Father Treehouse of Horror XXVIII Grampy Can Ya Hear Me The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be Singin' in the Lane Mr. Lisa's Opus Gone Boy Haw-Haw Land Frink Gets Testy Homer Is Where the Art Isn't 3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage Fears of a Clown No Good Read Goes Unpunished King Leer Lisa Gets the Blues Forgive and Regret Left Behind Throw Grampa from the Dane Flanders' Ladder