Episode - 8F20\\
First Aired - 4/9/1992

The Simpsons are getting ready to have dinner with Patty, Selma, and Selma's new boyfriend. Of course, one can imagine their surprise when he turns out to be none other than Sideshow Bob, freshly released from his stay in prison after the events in "Krusty Gets Busted." While everyone is impressed at how much Bob has changed due to ThePowerOfLove, Bart still fears that Bob is planning to kill him -- or someone close to him.

!!This episode contains examples of:
* BlackWidow: Black Widower, actually.
* BrainBleach: Sideshow Bob's reaction to sex with Selma is to ''thoroughly'' scrub himself ("Even murder has its ugly side").
** Bart imagining Homer (or a Homer clone) as Selma's new boyfriend.
* ChairReveal: Bob, thinking his plan to kill Selma with a gas-explosion has succeeded, goes to his now-wrecked room, only to find Bart sitting in Selma's chair.
-->'''Bart:''' Sideshow Bob, the only victims here are the good people at Best Western Hotels!
* DarkReprise: Bob, thinking Selma to be dead, playfully sings a rather twisted version of "Somethin' Stupid", the song he and Selma sang earlier in the episode.
* DevilInPlainSight: Sideshow Bob
* DyingAlone: Patty claimed fear of this as the reason Selma entered a prison pen pal program.
* EurekaMoment: "Tonight On Mac Guyver! ''(Echos)'' Mac Guyver! Mac Guyver! Mac Guyver!"
-->'''Bart:''' Aunt Selma has one hour to live!\\
'''Homer:''' Hey, down in front!
* FallingInLoveMontage: Set to Sideshow Bob and Selma singing FrankSinatra and NancySinatra's "Somethin' Stupid"
* FelonyMisdemeanor: Bob considers having his Daytime Emmy taken away by the prison guards to be his lowest point. This, of course, compared to being thrown in prison in the first place for armed robbery.
** Had Bob not been in prison when he received his Emmy, it'd not have been taken from him. Therefore, Bob sees it as additional punishment.
* {{Foreshadowing}}
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: This episode has a goodly amount of innuendo: Sideshow Bob's line to Bart, "I should have choked you like a chicken," Krusty's reference to PrisonRape when Bob wins an Emmy ("Just don't drop that thing in the shower, Bob!"), and Krusty trying to tell the joke about the 12-inch pianist.
** Bob plays a violin while conjugal visit trailers rock back and forth.
* GuessWhoImMarrying: Non-parental variation.
* KidHasAPoint: Gotta listen to Bart.
* ShoutOut: An {{Expy}} of FrankSinatra reuniting Bob and Krusty parodies when the real Sinatra reunited JerryLewis and DeanMartin.
* SpecialGuest: KelseyGrammer as Sideshow Bob
* TakeThat: To ''{{Dinosaurs}}'' (which also took a dig at ''TheSimpsons'' for being the reason why every family sitcom in the 1990s has a BumblingDad):
-->'''Bart:''' It's like they saw our lives and put it right there on screen!
** Also to the Democrats. Bob said they couldn't be kept outside the White House forever and, once they get in, he and his fellow convicts will be back on the streets.
*** Considering Sideshow Bob is a conservative (as established earlier in the episode), this is his point of view, not that of the show itself.
* ToiletSeatDivorce: Selma and Sideshow Bob's near-breakup over ''MacGyver''
* VillainLoveSong: "Somethin' Stupid" may count in this context, as it is a duet between Sideshow Bob and his current LoveInterest, Selma. Of course, it's not really needed to seduce her, as they're already engaged.