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The Simpsons. Homer and Apu

Author: James Woods
Publisher: [1994-02-10]
Edition/Format:   Film : Animation : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Apu is fired from the Kwik-E-Mart for selling spoiled food to Homer, who accompanies him to the home office--in India--to plead his case. Actor James Woods has a cameo"--TV guide, February 10, 1994. "Apu sells Homer expired ham and Homer gets food poisoning. Then he sells him spoiled shrimp and again Homer gets food poisoning. Lisa convinces him to do an undercover story with Channel 6 to expose Apu's practices.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Animation
Situation comedies
Emmy Award nominees
Parodies, imitations, etc
Caricatures and cartoons
Named Person: James Woods
Material Type: Animation, Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Woods
OCLC Number: 423357897
Notes: Broadcast on Fox.
Episode no. 1F018; production no. 513.
Copyright notice on videocassette: c1994 by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.
Emmy Award nominee.
Credits: Editors, Mark McJimsey, Don Barrozo; theme music, Alf Clausen, Danny Elfman; song Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart, lyrics by Greg Daniels, music by Alf Clausen.
Performer(s): Voices: Nancy Cartwright (Bart); Dan Castellaneta (Homer); Julie Kavner (Marge); Yeardley Smith (Lisa); Harry Shearer; Hank Azaria (Apu), James Woods (himself); Michael Carrington (comedian); Pamela Hayden.
Other Titles: Simpsons (Television program : 1989-).
Homer and Apu.
Simpsons (Television program : 1989-).
Simpsons (Television program : 1989-).
Responsibility: Gracie Films ; Twentieth Century Fox Television ; created by Matt Groening ; executive producers, David Mirkin, James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Sam Simon ; producers, Jonathan Collier, Mike Scully, David Sacks, John Swarzwelder, Richard Raynis, David Silverman ; director, Mark Kirkland ; writer, Greg Daniels.

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"Apu is fired from the Kwik-E-Mart for selling spoiled food to Homer, who accompanies him to the home office--in India--to plead his case. Actor James Woods has a cameo"--TV guide, February 10, 1994. "Apu sells Homer expired ham and Homer gets food poisoning. Then he sells him spoiled shrimp and again Homer gets food poisoning. Lisa convinces him to do an undercover story with Channel 6 to expose Apu's practices. Homer wears a large novelty hat with a camera in it. The hat captures Apu selling filthy hot dogs. Homer goes back in and purchases one. When the report airs, Apu loses his job. Apu is very ashamed, but goes to Homer's house to apologize to him. Apu vows to repay his debt to Homer by doing chores. Kwik-E-Mart interviews people to replace Apu and actor James Woods gets the job to prepare for his role to play a convenience store clerk. Apu seems to love living with the Simpson family, but secretly he wants to return to his old job. When Homer finds this out, he decides to travel with Apu to India where Apu plans to plead for his job. Homer screws it up for him and Apu is very angry with him. Back in Springfield Apu goes back to his old Kwik-E-Mart and meets James Woods. Woods has idolized Apu after studying the old security tapes. During a robbery, Apu saves Woods' life and in return James Woods helps to get Apu his old job back"--TV.com, as viewed on February 2, 2006.

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