Mr. Homer Goes to Washington is the second episode of The Simpsons third season. In the Episode, Homer travels to Washington D.C. to go on a Case with Chief Wiggum, Thompson and Thomson, Captain Haddock, Tintin, Sarcophagus and many others to stop Corruption, Terrorism, Poverty, Violence and Drug Smuggling.
The Episode was written by George Meyer and directed by Wes Archer and it was the first episode for which Al Jean and Mike Reiss served as Showrunners. This is the First Episode to have Characters from the Herge's Tintin Graphic Novels.
The Episode's Guest Stars includes Matthew Broderick (as Tintin), Robin Williams (as Captain Haddock), Eric Idle, Terry Jones (as Thompson and Thomson), Jason Alexander (as Senhor Oliveira Da Figuira), Marty Feldman (as Sophocles Sarcophagus), Harvey Korman (as Zloty), Jim Carrey (as Cuthbert Calculus), Albert Brooks (as Dr. J.W. Muller), George Takei (as Mitsuhirato), John Candy (as Roberto Rastapopolous), Dustin Hoffman (as Mr. Bohlwinkel), Tom Cruise (as Bob Arnold), Jim Belushi (as FBI Agent), Dom DeLuise (as Maurice Oyle), Michael McKean (as Allan), Adam Sandler (as Dawson), Chris Farley (as Mr. Gibbons), Kenneth Mars (as Professor Topolino), Ernie Sabella (as Professor Euclide), Nathan Lane (as Minister McNally), Rob Riggle (as Bab El Ehr) and Paul Reubens (as R.W. Trickler).