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"Jaws Wired Shut" is the ninth episode of the thirteenth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 27, 2002. In the episode, Homer's jaw is broken when he collides with a statue of Drederick Tatum. Homer's jaw is wired shut, leaving him unable to speak. At first Marge enjoys Homer's inability to talk, since it makes him a better listener and a more compassionate person. Eventually Marge misses Homer's wild antics. Craving excitement, she enters a demolition derby.




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At Springfield General Hospital, Dr. Hibbert wires Homer's broken jaw shut, leaving him unable to speak or eat solid food. Homer is forced to listen to his family, which pleases them, especially Marge. Since Homer is so well-behaved, Marge risks attending the annual formal event at the country club. When Homer's jaw wires are removed the next day, he and Marge appear on Afternoon Yak to discuss his transformation. With the help of the show's hosts, Marge pleads with Homer to abandon his "reckless ways" and stay well-behaved. Despite the temptation of an upcoming demolition derby, Homer behaves for Marge's sake.


The episode was written by executive producer Matt Selman and directed by Nancy Kruse. It was first broadcast on the Fox network in the United States on January 27, 2002. The episode's setpiece was pitched by Selman, and originated from a discussion he had with current showrunner Al Jean, about "how much crap there is at the movie theater before the movie actually begins."[1] The episode's plot was also pitched by Selman, who had wanted to do an episode with a "jaws-wired-shut plot" for a while. It was not until long after the episode was completed that Selman learned that one can in fact talk with one's jaw wired shut. He learned this from fellow Simpsons writer Brian Kelley, who had had his jaw wired shut once in high school. Kelley joined the writing staff during the writing stage of the episode, however he did not mention that one could talk, since he did not want to "ruin" the episode. However, he did say that one should eat a lot before since one will lose weight when their jaw is wired shut. These trivias were subsequently included in the episode.[1]


According to Jean, the episode's table read went "great" until the third act.[2] The Simpsons writers found the third act "pretty challenging" to write, because by having Homer's jaws wired shut, they "took [their] funniest character" and "remove[d] comedy."[1] In the DVD commentary for the episode, Selman described it as "It's the comedy of saying: 'Oh, he [Homer] can't do all the stuff you want him to do'."[1] It was also hard to "keep the story moving" back to normal, since they kept having to "re-use the premise".[1] The episode features American comedian John Kassir as one of the dogs in the gay pride parade in the beginning of the episode.[3] Barbara Walters and Star Jones, the hosts of The View, were portrayed by American voice-actor Tress MacNeille. In the DVD commentary for the episode, Jean stated that MacNeille is "very versatile". Lisa Ling and Joy Behar were portrayed by voice-actor Pamela Hayden.[2]


The title of the episode was pitched by The Simpsons writer Max Pross, and is a reference to Stanley Kubrick's 1999 drama film Eyes Wide Shut. According to Jean, the writers chose the title because "[they] thought it would have been more well-remembered."[2] When Homer's jaw is wired shut, he writes words on a portable chalkboard to communicate with people. This is a reference to Anthony Hopkins' character in Legends of the Fall, who, after having a stroke, also communicates with people using a chalkboard.[1] The song used in the ballet scene is "The Blue Danube Waltz", which was also used in 2001: A Space Odyssey, another film by Kubrick.[2]


For six weeks, she could eat only liquid meals and speak like a ventriloquist. She documented it all on her TikTok page, @zacenron. Boyd was at a music fest in Butte, Montana, living her best life when she face planted on a curb. Her jaw broke and, as she explains, the designated procedure to fix a broken jaw is to wire it shut for six weeks.


At the hospital, Dr. Hibbert explains that he has wired Homers jaws shut in order for it to repair itself. Homer's inability to eat upsets him because he is forced to eat liquidized food. Homer sits at Moe's Tavern as Duff Man enters with a question for everyone in order for them to win a life time supply of Duff. Homer knows the answer, but since he unable to speak, he runs out of time and misses a once in a lifetime opportunity. Homer is laid in bed with Marge and writes on his chalkboard (as he cannot talk) "how was your day". Marge is surprised Homer asked this as he never listens to anyone. Homer continues to surprise the family as he starts to listen to their problems, feed Maggie, and help Bart with school projects; all of which he never did when he was able to talk. Marge notices Homer's changed behavior and invites him to come with her to the "Annual Springfield Formal Event".


"His jaw is fractured in three places, on the side and in the front. So it is wired and it is screwed. He has four screws at the top, and four screws at the bottom, on each side," Montavius' mom said.The 9th grade honor roll student, who his mother says is quiet and withdrawn, had trouble talking to us." He was hitting me when I was in the road. Reporter: Show me where he hit you? Here and other side," Montavius Barnes mumbled to us through his wired shut mouth. Montavius' mom wants a homebound teacher for her son, but she says Atlanta Public schools has ordered him back to the classroom.


"The video is all over social media and his mouth is wired shut. I can't imagine sending my son to school for people to be picking at him and laughing at him, and he can't even talk to defend himself, " Menzies said.


Ifyour doctor recommends that your jaw be wired shut for a while aftersurgery, it's probably for a good reason. If a patient ends up with anon-union, he or she could experience pain and require another oralsurgery. Jaw wiring is just another tool the doctor will use toencourage the best outcome of your surgery.


Thereare a couple of ways your doctor can wire your jaws shut. Anorthodontist can place braces on your teeth and then attach surgicalhooks to the brackets. During your jaw surgery, your doctor will usesmall wire loops around the surgical hooks which will keep your teethtogether. Instead of wire, some doctors may use elastic rubber bandsaround the surgical hooks.


Lastly,for more stabilization, a doctor may recommend screw-retained archbars. Your doctor would use an arch bar that's screwed into the bonewhich then can support external loop wires to hold the jaw shutduring healing.


Asyou can see, while having your jaws wired may be a littlechallenging, it shouldn't be painful. And it can be extremely helpfulto prevent non-unions. Reach out to us at DonaldE. Snyder Orthodontics tolearn more about corrective jaw surgery.


A fight Thursday at Goodrell Middle School in Des Moines left Brenda Klinger's son, thirteen year old Jackson, in the hospital with extensive injuries. \"His mouth is completely screwed shut. It's broken on both sides. He will have a wire in his mouth the rest of his life. He's got a broken hand in three spots. He will have surgery for that too,\" said Klinger.


Homer breaks his jaw in an accident, requiring it to be wired shut for a month. His resulting inability to speak makes him a better listener, and he becomes closer to family and friends because of it. They all like the new Homer much better, but when the wires come off and Homer retains his new attitude, everyone begins to miss Homer's old antics.


At the hospital, Dr. Hibbert explains that he has wired Homer's jaws shut in order for it to repair itself. Homer's inability to eat upsets him because he is forced to eat liquidized food. Homer sits at Moe's Tavern as Duffman enters with a question for everyone in order for them to win a life time supply of Duff. Homer knows the answer, but since he is unable to speak, he runs out of time and misses a once in a lifetime opportunity. Homer is laid in bed with Marge and writes on a small chalkboard (as he is unable to speak) "how was your day". Marge is surprised Homer asked this as he never listens to anyone. Homer continues to surprise the family as he starts to do listen to their problems, feed Maggie, and help Bart with school projects and listen to his problems; all of which he never did when he was able to talk. Marge notices Homer's changed behavior and he is invited to attend the "Annual Springfield Formal Event".


It happened on a Saturday and by the following Tuesday he had surgery, getting his mouth wired shut in the process. "It's been one of the most challenging things I think I've personally emotionally have had to endure," he added. 041b061a72


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