Burns took a leap, only to slip through his parachute and be saved by a diving the ground was interrupted by the elderly tycoon's usual disdain, leading right into a song and dance number through the halls of the Nuclear Power Plant.
With little going his way, Smithers took his anger out on his own “Three Stooges”: Homer, them, the three decided to find a woman for Smithers ... It’s off to Grindr, as Homer (Dan Castellaneta) invited Springfield's gay denizens to Casa de Simpson to set Waylon up.
Enter a wit-filled cameo from one George Takei, asking potential suitors Home Straight, Highway Gay Julio and Smithers romped across Springfield as poor old Monty Burns couldn’t quite seem to find a second-in-command with Waylon’s undying loyalty.
When PETA got involved and employees asked for health care, you knew Mr. Things unfortunately fall apart between Smithers and his new beau, as the longtime Power Plant employee just couldn’t escape the lovable grimace of Burns.
After attending Tufts University, Azaria joined the series with little voice acting experience, but became a regular in its second season, with many of his performances on the show being based on famous actors and characters.