When Marge believes she may be pregnant, Homer recounts how Bart was born.
Marge thinks she may be pregnant. While she goes to the doctor to find out for sure, Homer reminisces about how Bart was first born… It is 1980 and Homer and Marge are dating. Despite Patty and Selma’s request that Marge stay home, she goes to see “The Empire Strikes Back” with Homer. A few weeks after their amorous rendezvous inside the “Free Game Castle,” Marge finds out she won more than a free game. To make Marge an honest woman, Homer asks her to marry him.
Following their marriage ceremony at “Shotgun Pete’s,” an all-night wedding chapel, Homer sets out to find a decent job. He applies at the new Springfield Nuclear Power plant but fails the personal interview. Determined to make Marge proud, Homer sets out to find another job. He tries candlemaking, but gets burned out. He tries to sell knives door-to-door, but soon discovers it is not something he is cut out for. He goes to work for a dog attack school, but quits after he finds out he is the object the dogs attack. Without a job, the bills pile up. When the baby clothes and furniture are repossessed Homer decides Marge will be better off without him. Marge finds out from her sister that Homer is working at the “Gulp ‘n Blow” restaurant. She immediately goes to find Homer and tell him that she wants him to come home, because she is madly in love with him.
With renewed determination, Homer marches over to the power plant. Bursting into Mr. Burns’ office, Homer tells him that he will be the perfect employee, the kind that can be treated like dirt. Homer gets the job, and soon after Bart comes into the world. Homer tells his children that they have made he and Marge thank God for all three of their children. Just then, Marge comes home with the verdict: she is not pregnant. The happiest parents in the world exchange “high fives.”
Source: 20th Century Fox