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Homer SImpson and Glenn Gould
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- Subject: Homer SImpson and Glenn Gould
- From: ML <ml>
- Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 10:22:54 -0800
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Did anyone see the Simpson's episode where Homer gets a crayon removed
from his brain, causing him to become intellectual?
Well, as his intellect increases, he starts to listen to classical radio
and the radio announcer, in a velvety rich voice says, "That sonata may
have not been a Glenn Gould performance...But...I must say it was "Good
as Gould"". And after he says that, Homer chuckles to himself.
I'm happy that the Simpsons knows where homage is due.
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