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We’ve never seen an episode of the Simpsons where Homer and Marge can’t work together, but tonight we get a glimpse of that future in “Tapped Out”. Although they never meet, we think that we’ve got a winner here.

“I can’t work with you, we aren’t friends. We worked with you when you were younger and we can’t be buddies,” screams Mr. Burns.

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