Watch Jay Leno Buy A Morgan 3-Wheeler From Homer Simpson


Wait? Homer Simpson owned a Morgan?

In case you missed last week’s episode of “The Simpsons,” Jay Leno was the guest star and his appearance, not surprisingly, involved cars. More specifically, the car was a Morgan 3-Wheeler. Even more surprisingly, Homer Simpson was the owner. Leno just happened to be passing by in (a 1973 Citroen DS Pallas, of course) when he noticed the rare Morgan parked at 742 Evergreen Terrace. Being the car guy he is, Leno conveniently had a stack of cash on him and bought the car off Homer (despite already owning one) right then and there.

What’s funny is that Leno himself noticed a few mistakes about the car in the script before he recorded his voice. Since when did a Morgan come with a marble interior? Never. By the way, this wasn’t the first time Leno guest-starred on the show. It was in 1998 when Leno appeared in the episode "The Last Temptation of Krust."

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