Flanders dating video
However, his faith is restored after hearing the female lead singer of a Christian rock band, played by guest star Shawn Colvin, sing in church.The episode’s title is a parody based upon the song "Alone Again (Naturally)" by Gilbert O'Sullivan.For once Homer is genuinely sorry for his bereaved neighbour and attempts to help Ned find a new lady-friend via video dating.However, it does not work and Ned is in danger of losing his faith - until he meets the lead singer in a Christian rock band, Rachel Jordan, with whom he strikes up a new friendship.The episode was written by Ian Maxtone-Graham and directed by Jim Reardon.Maude was voiced by Marcia Mitzman Gaven while regular voice actor Maggie Roswell had left the show over a pay dispute, but the producers decided to kill off the character to open up for new storylines.
What if they got back and I was dead from not eating? They'd say, "Oh no, why did we go to Flanders barbecue? It was funny to see how Homer tries to thwart Ned's plans, but it's also nice to see that Homer has a heart, even for his enemies.In the episode, she is killed in an accident while watching a speedway race, devastating Ned Flanders and prompting Homer to find a new woman for his grieving neighbor.After a series of unsuccessful dates, Ned begins to question his faith in God.Poor but happy, young Nello and his grandfather live alone, delivering milk as a livelihood, in the outskirts of Antwerp, a city in Flanders (the Flemish or Dutch-speaking part of modern-day Belgium).They discover a beaten dog (a Bouvier, a large sturdy dog native to Flanders) and adopt it and nurse it back to health, naming it Patrasche, the middle name of Nello's mother Mary, who died when Nello was very young.