Number 29/Stonecutter Mr. Burns
A younger Burns with a younger Smithers and Homer
Burns holding a rock that was thrown by Bart
Mr. Burns pretending to be a hippie
Mr. Burns protecting Lisa from the goat
Burns in his purple pajamas
Burns in a light gray tux
Mr. Burns getting punched by Homer
Young Burns watching a younger Homer with his dog Bongo while opening his power plant
A younger Burns during World War II
Burns' face hid in the shadow
Burns getting bitten by Bongo
Burns reading Lisa's article that criticizes him
Burns and Smithers salute as sailors while on a shopping spree
Burns in his winter clothes
Burns getting shot by Maggie after he took her candy away
"You can't do this to me! I'm Charles Montgomery Burns!"
Homer beating Burns' head like a bongo drum
Burns attempting to bribe the safety agency with the mystery box
Burns laughing at Homer's accident
Burns as Smithers' screen saver
Burns threatening the town
Burns giving kids business advice
Burns awarding Homer first place at the "Design Your Own Power Plant" children's contest
Burns asking Smithers if the audience is booing him after his film ended
Burns with a cloth while in his mansion
Burns wearing a polo shirt
Burns experiencing the effects of his longevity treatment
Burns with one of the Simpsons' greyhound puppies
Burns wearing his golf uniform
Burns wearing a construction helmet
Burns threatening Abe Simpson
A younger Burns meeting baby Waylon Smithers Jr for the first time
Burns spying on his employees
Burns struggling to understand youth trends
Burns as Ebenezer Scrooge
Mr. Burns working in his office
Mr. Burns with the Brain & Nerve Tonic bottle
Mr. Burns, as coach, prepares to hit the ball
Mr. Burns ordering Homer while being the coach
Mr. Burns getting hypnotized
Mr. Burns talking to his team
Mr. Burns making random signs
Mr. Burns just confused Homer with his signs
Mr. Burns getting his sideburns washed by Smithers
Mr. Burns wearing a purple hat in order to conceal his bad haircut
Mr. Burns about to be interviewed by Kent Brockman
Coach Burns with Smithers as his coach assistant
Coach Burns speaking to Darryl Strawberry
Mr. Burns' aftermath from jumping out of the window
Mr. Burns attempting to "pull the plug" on an unconscious Homer
Mr. Burns not impressed about Dr. Nick's arrival
Burns with his antique car
Burns in a nuclear protection suit
Burns giving materials to terrorists
Burns and a pile of gold coins.
Mr. Burns dressed as Jimbo
Mr. Burns' head getting played with by Homer
Mr. Burns with Nelson, Barney, Homer, Bart, Maggie, Ned, Marge, and Lisa
Burns mistakes a sneeze guard for a force field
Mr. Burns about to be thrown off by Homer
Mr. Burns gleefully looks at the electricity meter, which reveals that the power is being overused by the Simpson family, causing the blackout
Mr. Burns stealing the Simpsons' greyhound puppies with Smithers
Mr. Burns poking his nightcap at Homer
Mr. Burns falling down ala the Forrest Gump feather after he jumped from the window
Mr. Burns, as Fruit Bat Man, poses for a picture that is taken by Smithers
Mr. Burns as Fruit Bat Man
"The police? Bah! Every last man on the take. And I should know, because I'm on the give."
"I am the squeak in the rafters, the flutter in the chimney, the tiny teeth marks in the peach!"
"I am Fruit Bat Man! Now, back to my natural realm; the inky night."
Mr. Burns, as Fruit Bat Man, just after he punched Snake Jailbird
Mr. Burns, as Fruit Bat Man, fleeing out of the Kwik-E-Mart
"You have to keep squeezing this thing? Who has the strength for that?!"
Mr. Burns watching Homer celebrate about needing to resign as union president
Mr. Burns admiring the school band children
Mr. Burns as Fruit Bat Man
"This looks like a job for Fruit Bat Man."
"I've never felt more alive!"
"Feel the crumbling fist of justice!"
Mr. Burns, as Fruit Bat Man, introducing himself to a surprised Apu
Mr. Burns getting electrocuted in front of the moon.
"I did it! All by myself!"
"Do you know what you've done?"