"Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish" is an upcoming episode of The Simpsons: Springfield Animals television series. It is a remake of Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish.
Bart and Lisa go fishing downstream of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. Springfield Shopper reporter Dave Shutton arrives just as Bart catches a three-eyed fish. After the fish, nicknamed Blinky by the media, makes headlines, incumbent governor Mary Bailey sends a government inspection team to the plant, suspecting nuclear waste may have caused the mutation. The plant's owner, Mr. Burns, is presented with a list of 342 violations which will cost $56 million (just over $110,263,000 in 2019) to rectify. Distraught, Burns talks to plant employee Homer, who suggests that he run for governor to prevent the plant from being closed. Burns pounces on the idea.
Burns' political advisers inform him that he is greatly despised by most people while Bailey is beloved by all. To quell the controversy over Blinky, Burns appears on television with an actor portraying Charles Darwin who claims Blinky is an evolutionary leap, not a "hideous genetic mutation". After Burns vows to lower taxes and runs a smear campaign against Bailey, his campaign ties hers in the polls. Burns' advisers suggest that he have dinner at the home of a middle-class family the night before the election. After scanning the plant's video monitors for the most average man he can find, Burns chooses Homer.
The impending dinner with Burns divides the Simpson household. Homer pragmatically supports him, while Marge and Lisa oppose him. Before the dinner, Burns' advisers prep the family by giving them written questions to ask him at the dinner table. Lisa is disillusioned by the political charade, but Marge tells her not to worry. Everyone is shocked when Marge serves Blinky for dinner, placing the fish's head on Burns' plate. Unable to swallow the fish, he spits it out. Cameras flash as the expelled bite flies through the air and hits the floor, dooming his gubernatorial campaign. Bailey wins the election. After destroying the Simpsons' furnishings in a fit of rage, Burns warns that Homer's dreams will go unfulfilled as long as he is alive.
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