Homer's odyssey

Snierson, Dan
March 1996
Entertainment Weekly;3/29/96, Issue 320, p13
Reports that a May 1996 episode of `The Simpsons' will portray Homer as a sideshow freak on a music festival tour similar to Lollapalooza. The episode featuring the bands Smashing Pumpkins, Cypress Hill, and Sonic Youth.


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