Marge agrees to marry Roger once the divorce has been completed. Homer is happy to learn that it was all a nightmare and that he and Marge are still together. Homer complains to the therapist about how she should not have advised that he split up with Marge, but the therapist acknowledges that she did not propose that they break up. She suggests that perhaps he should have listened to her advice.
Homer decides to give Marge another chance and asks her out on a date. However, when she arrives at his house, she finds him with another woman named Carol. Carol and Marge do not get along at all and after some time, Homer realizes that he has made a mistake by dating again so soon after divorcing Marge. In fact, it seems that everyone he knows has divorced Marge including his friends Lisa and Bart who tell him that they are all sorry that he is alone again. Heartbroken, Homer goes to sleep alone...
The next day, he calls Marge but there is no answer so he takes out his anger by destroying her favorite doll named Margaret. Then he sees a newspaper article about a missing girl whose body was found near where Maggie used to live so he goes to look for her but fails miserably. Finally, he gives up and writes a letter to Maggie apologizing for what he has done.
"Homer and Marge divorce officially, and Homer falls in love with his pharmacist, played by Lena Dunham," he explained. She married Homer because every time she looked at him, she saw the same person she fell in love with. She was carrying Bart. He's a moron who chokes Bart. "Oh yeah, and he can't talk. I'm not sure if that makes him more or less of a moron."
Homer became rich off his book The Simpsons: A Complete Guide to Our Favorite Family. Marge then marries him because she loves him even though he is a big fat idiot.
Marge isn't with Homer only because he adores and adores her. She dated Homer because she loved him, married him because they got knocked up, and stayed with him because they both still love each other, for the sake of her children, and because she is too comfortable with him to leave. If anything, Marge probably loves Homer more than he loves her.
Homer's feelings for Marge are pretty much the same as hers for him. They love each other but are too used to living together to consider splitting up. Also, Homer doesn't want to live in a lonely world, so he stays with Marge because it's easier than trying to find another woman who will put up with his many flaws.
When Marge finds out that Lisa has been sent to Springfield Elementary School, where there are only boys, she is furious! This is because she believes that if Lisa goes to school with all boys, then she'll meet one who'll hurt her. So, what does she do? She calls up Homer's old friend Roy Campanella and asks him if he would take care of her daughter for a few years until she gets married. Of course, Roy agrees, and thus begins the amazing story of The Simpsons' greatest secret: Marge's plan to marry Lisa to protect her.
He married Marge twice (in reality, three times, but the second didn't count) and Amber (the Las Vegas waitress) once. Homer and Marge married "before" the start of the program. In the season 8 episode "A Milhouse Divided," they divorced and "re-married." This makes four marriages in all.
Homer has also been married to Maggie (his first wife) and Lisa (her mother). He was also married to Annie (who appeared in "The Crepes of Wrath") for one day in 2003. This makes five marriages in total.
Marge has also been married to Homer twice (although the second one did count), plus a third time when they were kids.
In addition, there is some evidence that Marge may have been married before marrying Homer. In "Separate Accounts," it is revealed that she was married once before marrying Homer. She also mentions another husband named Barney who died while working on a nuclear power plant.
Homer's parents were married once when they were young. They ended up getting divorced but this doesn't count as their fifth marriage because they had already divorced when they married Bart's parents.
Bart's parents were married once when they were young.