Or the One Where: Mr. Burns sells the nuclear power plant to Germans.
The Setup: A depressed Mr. Burns contemplates selling the power plant in order to have more time to pursue other interests.
Notable Notes: Phil Hartman guest stars as Homer's stock broker.
The "Land of Chocolate" sequence was not in the original script (the dialogue referring to it was, but the actual dream sequence was added later).
Broker: Your stock in the power plant just went up for the first time in ten years.
Homer: I own stock?
Broker: Yes, all the employees got some in exchange for waiving certain Constitutional rights.
Homer: Marge, it's not the money. My job is my identity. If I'm not a safety whatchamajigger, I'm nothing!
German: You have been safety inspector for two years. What initiatives have you spearheaded in that time?
Homer: Uh... All of them?
Horst: Attention workers, we have completed our evaluation of the plant. We regret to announce the following lay-offs, which I will read in alphabetical order: Simpson, Homer. That is all.
Lisa: I made a new bar of soap by squeezing all our little soap slivers together!
Marge: That's very clever.
Bart: And today, instead of buying comic books, I just read 'em and left 'em in the store.
Marge: Mmm... You shouldn't do that.
Lisa: My jumprope broke, but I just tied it back together.
Marge: That's good, Lisa.
Bart: I didn't take a bath today, and I may not take one tomorrow.
Marge: I want you to take baths, Bart.
Remembered best for the Land of Chocolate sequence, there's also some fun Mr. Burns and Homer moments, as well as some great humor at the expense of the Germans.