|“||You all are the luckiest people in the world, you get to look at me.||„|
|~ Glamorous Godfrey|
Glamorous Godfrey was an alter ego used by Grampa Simpson during his days as a professional wrestler. Widely reviled by wrestling fans for his continous cheating and shamlessly boastful ego, Grampa in this capacity as his alter ego could be considered a villain due to his deeply antagonistic behavior.
The family goes through its contents to find it is full of women's clothes and muscleman magazines belonging to Grampa Simpson. Marge comes to the conclusion that Grampa is a closeted homosexual who was forced to be heterosexual through most of his life. Homer and Marge set Grampa up with Waylon Smithers, but the plan fails when Mr. Burns arrives and scares Smithers off. Marge then admits to Grampa that she thought he was homosexual, to which Grampa becomes enraged and reveals that he actually used to be an old-time Gorgeous George-type wrestler called "Glamorous Godfrey", whose radical fighting style and condescending vanity was heavily despised by the wrestling fan community, forcing him to retire. Burns is surprised and reveals himself to be Godfrey's only fan; he then persuades Grampa to return to the wrestling scene, which Grampa does. Though he is again met with loathing, Grampa continues the act under Burns's manipulation. Bart soon becomes fascinated with Grampa and starts mimicking the mannerisms Grampa uses in the ring. However, he also attracts hatred and it worries Homer and Marge, but pleases Grampa and Burns. Under Burns's supervision, Grampa and Bart partner up in a team-up wrestling match. Marge tries to appeal to Grampa, but he turns her efforts down. However, he changes his mind when he observes Bart harassing the audience and takes on another wrestling identity that he calls "Honest Abe" in order to convince Bart to stop his ways. When Burns protests against this, Grampa becomes mad and decided to take his rage out on Burns and beat him in the ring with Bart, which he did.