- Homer Simpson
Homer sits under a tree in the park, looking at a book of math equations and eating a piece of bread. He looks up to find an ant picking up crumbs from the plate. Upon realizing that Homer sees him, the ant sheepishly replaces the bread crumbs. Despite this, he gets eaten by Homer who then decides to take a nap.
Inside Homer's stomach, the ant lights a match and looks around. He fires off a flare gun, lighting up Homer's chest and alerting the mother ant where he is. Homer wakes up in horror to find himself nailed to the tree with the three ants he didn't eat standing around him. They use a small battering ram to break Homer's teeth and, tying a rope around his uvula, climb down his throat. They rescue the ant Homer ate and the four ants begin climbing back up the rope.
Unfortunately, Homer's uvula breaks off, causing Homer to scream in pain, so as a back up plan, the ants tie Homer's arteries shut. Blood starts building up in Homer's heart, causing his chest to expand and burst. A yellow, inflatable slide exits Homer's chest and the ants happily slide out of Homer's dead body, then the episode irises out.
"Follow your heart!"
- Homer's chest expands and bursts when the ants tie his arteries closed, preventing blood from leaving his heart.
- The son ant gets crushed by Homer's heart, since there were four and the end only shows three escaping (debatable, as it could have escaped later).
- Homer gets nailed down to a tree by the ants.
- The ants jack up Homer's teeth by smashing them with a battering ram.
- Homer's uvula rips off from the ants' weight.
- Homer's uvula crushes the sister ant.