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Krusty Gets Busted
Sideshow Bob. In the end, Bart is called up to stage at the Sideshow Bob Show where Bart reveals what he already knows. When he realizes that Homer stepped on the criminal's feet at the Kwik-E-Mart, he remembers noting that Krusty had small feet. It turns out that Sideshow Bob's feet were long enough to be hurt when Homer stepped on them at the Kwik-E-Mart. Sideshow Bob admits to the crime he committed and Krusty congratulates and thanks Bart.
Exhibit B. At the trial, the lawyer forces Krusty to identify the object in exhibit B, but this forces Krusty to reveal that he is illiterate and unable to identify simple letters. This is ironic as Krusty fights to combat illiteracy on his TV show. The exhibit turns out to be gambling tickets which foreshadow a recurring issue for Krusty on the run of the TV show.
Homer. Bart and Homer attend Krusty's trial and Homer ends up pointing out Krusty as the man he saw in the Kwik-E-Mart. Following the trial, Homer packs up all of Bart's Krusty memorabilia and souvenirs and tosses them into a burning pile downtown- an event organized by Reverend Lovejoy to combat Krusty's evil ways. The fumes from the fire are described as toxic, but the fact that they are childrens' toys causes them to burn instantly and the town stays to view the fireball that is created.
Pork products. On a news segment called 'Krusty Gets Busted: The Day the Laughter Died', Kent Brockman chronicles Krusty's life from his first performances as a street mime to recent years. In 1986, Krusty had a heart attack promoting pork products on the air and required a triple bypass. Krusty now has a pacemaker as a result. Krusty also fights illiteracy on his show, according to Brockman.
Triple Chocolate. Homer is so intrigued by the new 'Triple Chocolate' flavour that he picks it up for the family. At the counter, Apu asks Homer why he's feeling so low and Homer replies that the 'Gruesome Twosome' will be showing their slideshow at his house. On the way out, Homer steps on the robber's foot before they immediately rob the convenience store. The man bears a likeness to the childrens TV star, Krusty the Clown.
|In this episode, Patty and Selma visit to show slides from their trip to which exotic location?||"Krusty Gets Busted"
The Yucatan. While Homer is at work, Marge lets him know to pick up a tub of ice cream on his way home in order to prepare for a visit from Patty and Selma. Homer of course hates his sisters-in-law and wastes no time in wasting time away from home. Bart and Lisa meanwhile, are at home to view all eight carousels of their slides. Homer ends up in the middle of an armed robbery at the Kwik-E-Mart.
|According to the audience members of the "Krusty the Klown Show", how much do they love him?||"Krusty Gets Busted"
With all their hearts. In the beginning of this episode, the kids are watching an episode of "Krusty the Klown" and yelling back to Krusty through the TV. They also say that if Krusty were to leave the air, they'd kill themselves. In the episode, Krusty is celebrating a young girl's birthday party by shooting Sideshow Bob out of a cannon.