Six - Krusty Gets Kancelled Seven - You Kent Always Say What You Want Eight - Homie the Clown Nine - Krusty Gets Busted Ten - Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington
Even Krusty’s brand of grumpy, unhealthy and violent cartoon comedy proved no match for ventriloquist dummy, Gabbo. Krusty gets cancelled and it’s up to the Simpson family to stop him binge-drinking fatty milkshakes and get him back on the air.
Krusty: Ugh, 35 years in show business and already no one remembers me, just like what’s-his-name and whose-it and, you know that guy, always wore a t-shirt?
Bart: Ed Sullivan?
The Simpsons gang
Ever the professional, Krusty gives Kent Brockman some advice on television etiquette.
Krusty: Nice work, Brockman. There are only two rules in television. Don’t swear and don’t whip it out. It’s not rocket science!
In debt one more time, Krusty opens up a clown college and Homer enrols. Also featuring quite possibly one of the best ever Simpsons’ endings as Homer and Krusty perform a double unicycle trick for their lives.
Krusty: Ahh, there’s nothing better than a cigarette - unless it’s a cigarette lit with a hundred-dollar bill.
The eternal thorn in everyone’s side, Sideshow Bob plots to frame Krusty for robbing the Kwik-E-Mart.
Judge Synder: How does the defendant plead?
Krusty: I plead guilty, Your Honour.
Defence: No, no!
Krusty: Oops, I mean not guilty, Your Honour. Opening night jitters!
Krusty runs for congress. Cue a hilarious Krusty campaign video and some Fox News right-wing ripping.
Bart: Krusty, I thought you’d make a difference, that’s why I voted for you!
Krusty: How could you vote? You’re only 10!
Bart: This is not about me, or how many times I voted.
Six - Krusty Gets Kancelled
Seven - You Kent Always Say What You Want
Eight - Homie the Clown
Nine - Krusty Gets Busted
Ten - Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington