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and we thought she always would be.” When Maude Flanders dies in a freak accident, Homer takes it upon himself to help Ned rebuild his life and gets him back into the dating game.
Ned gets a few dates via the dating service, but none of them go well.
One Sunday morning, Ned says he does not want to go to church, because he doubts the Lord for having taken Maude.
Feeling incredibly sorry for Ned (as well as relatively responsible for Maude's death) Homer attempts to help Ned find a new partner and secretly makes a videotape of Ned to submit to a video dating service.
In his usual bumbling fashion, Homer manages to include completely unnecessary and potentially harmful pieces of information about Ned, such as a close-up of Ned entering his PIN number at an ATM machine, and Ned taking a shower.
The family goes to the racetrack and are surprised to meet the Flanders family.