So what? He could have just finished a roll and kept the spare loo rolls somewhere else! Or it could be another weird machine he has in his house. A decoy toilet, so if someone Burns hates sits on it, he could activate a sort of ejector seat on it to make them hit the ceiling or something.
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First, to dispell any inaccurate beliefs, yes, Mr. Burns does eat solid food. In the episode, "Trouble With Trillions," the episode with the trillion dollar bill, Smithers fixes solid food for Mr. Burns. Also, in an earlier show, Mr. Burns is eating (or at least has) solid food when Bart runs away from home after destroying Lisa's Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Secondly, it is possible/likely that Mr. Burns has some machine to do the "dirty work" for him. In the episode where the Simpsons house sit Mr. Burns' house, Homer shows Marge the automatic bed dispenser (no making the bed) along with the automatic dresser (which has no visible clothing inside).
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ok @sskicker boy. Now even if he owns a nuclear power plant how does that exclude toilet paper. What do you mean he has more important things to worry about. I mean, look at the president he has to run the whole country but he still uses toilet paper. What are you talking about?
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Mr Burns is excessively wealthy but is often portrayed as somewhat of a Scrooge- saves money by penny-pinching on little things, in this case, toilet paper! But then again, I could be wrong and I don't really care b/c- IT'S THE SIMPSONS!!!
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Ok, guys, this is obviously just some random thing on here that is not a slip-up. I can't beleive that nobody has noticed that this person just said that mr. Burns has no toilet paper instead of posting a slip-up
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Maybe he has a queer machine to wipe his butt for him.
You know a robot, Mr. Smithers.
Maybe his nuclear power plant is so dangerous ( as shown in Two cars in every garage and three eyes on every fish, you know the one with Blinky) that the radiation melts his "dirt" as it comes out of his body
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This is just getting silly. Who cares about Mr. Burns's smallest room? He just has no loo roll. And besides, why would Mr. Burns use loo roll when he's got a huge nuclear power plant under his thumb (almost)? He's got better things to worry about.
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