I may try to get over there Friday if possible. The possibilities:
1) Water bottles filled with Jim Beam because the handles don't come in plastic <--- Everyone needs bourbon on their cornflakes
2) Pineapple-Black Grape Juice <--- Spectacularly delicious, but would require me to buy several pineapples and bags of grapes to make a gallon plus prime ice chest space.
3) something to snack on. Costco has been out of the $20 giant bags of macadamia nuts, but if I get over there tomorrow after running morning errands, I might bring you guys more macadamias than you could ever eat.
IDK and am not committing because I'll probably be up until Sunrise that morning anyway. But if I end up in a pod not too far away and am awake...
Smithers finds Mr. Burns having a nightmare in which he constantly murmurs the name "Bobo". In a flashback, it is revealed that as a child, Mr. Burns lived with his family and cherished his teddy bear Bobo, but he dropped it in the snow when he left to live with a "twisted, loveless billionaire". Meanwhile, preparations for Mr. Burns' birthday are underway and, after the Ramones perform while berating Mr. Burns, Homer is chosen to entertain the party guests with a comedy routine; however, Mr. Burns finds Homer's routine at his expense offensive and angrily orders his security guards to break up the party. And beat up the guests.
Mr. Burns reveals to Smithers that he misses his cherished bear Bobo and desperately wants it back but has no idea where it is. Another flashback reveals Bobo's history: after Mr. Burns leaves it behind, the bear eventually finds its way to Charles Lindbergh, who tosses the bear into a crowd, where it is caught by Adolf Hitler. In 1945, Hitler blames Bobo for losing World War II and tosses him away. Bobo is seen again in 1957 on board the USS Nautilus headed for the North Pole. Bobo becomes encased in a block of ice until picked up by an ice-gathering expedition in 1993. The bag of ice with Bobo in it is sent to the Kwik-E-Mart in Springfield. Bart buys the bag of ice, finds Bobo inside and gives it to Maggie to play with.
Mr. Burns orders Smithers to start looking for his bear, and Homer finally realizes that Maggie's new toy is Bobo. Homer negotiates with Mr. Burns and agrees to give it back in exchange for "a million dollars and three Hawaiian islands. The good ones, not the leper ones." However, when Maggie refuses to give Bobo up, Homer decides to stick up for his daughter and sends Mr. Burns away. Mr. Burns is outraged and promises vengeance on Homer unless he gets his teddy bear back.
After many failed attempts to steal the teddy bear (one of which involves Mr. Burns and Smithers hiding from Homer on the ceiling all night while he eats 64 slices of cheese), and subjecting Homer to harsh duties at work, Mr. Burns has Smithers literally beg Homer for the bear. Homer tells Mr. Burns that it is Maggie's now, and she is the only one that can return it. Mr. Burns decides to talk to Maggie, who refuses to give up the bear even after Burns attempts to take it from her. Mr. Burns becomes deeply depressed and asks Maggie to look after his bear. Maggie, in an act of pity, lets the desperate Mr. Burns have the bear. Mr. Burns is suddenly overcome with joy and promises to be nice to everyone as a result; Smithers, however, wasn't able to write it down, and Mr. Burns says he will remember it (even though he won't). Having watched this transpire, Homer asks Marge if it's a happy ending, since Mr. Burns got Bobo back, or a sad ending because they didn't get any money. Marge cryptically replies "it's an ending. That's enough."
In an epilogue taking place in the year one million A.D., after the Earth has been reduced to a post-apocalyptic desert and having been conquered by intelligent apes who unearth a fossilized Bobo, Mr. Burns - with his head in a jar attached to a cybernetic body - grabs Bobo from one of the apes and says "Bobo, I know I say this every century, but I'll never leave you behind again." Smithers - now a robotic dog - follows Mr. Burns as he runs into the sunset.
Just to be clear I will not supply beer fer everybody. Much love, but 1) my own drinkin’ habits require me to drink good stuff, and 2) my supply is limited by Bonnaroo’s limits on beer per person, but my wife doesn’t drink much at all so I will have some extra.