Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts
Season
23
Production Code
NABF17
Broadcast Index
S23E02
Episode Number
488
Airdate
02 October 2011
Writer
Tim Long
Director
Steven Dean Moore
Executive Producer
Al Jean
Guest Stars
Theodore Roosevelt
Editor
Gary M. Gadsdon
Plot After one of Bart's pranks at the school, Principal Skinner challenges Superintendent Chalmers to teach Bart, he agrees. At first, Bart was uninterested, but came around when Chalmers taught Bart about the exploits of Theodore Roosevelt.

Milhouse, Nelson, Jimbo, Kearney and Dolph soon join in on Bart's lessons, and the group go on a field trip to the forest to find Roosevelt's lost spectacles. When Nelson finds them, and hanging on a cliff, he falls. Nelson's mother threatens to sue Chalmers, and he is fired.

The kids stage a takeover of the school, a SWAT team arrives to get them out, but Chief Wiggum drops his gun shooting State Comptroller Atkins and Chalmers gets his job back.
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John Kricfalusi anited the family in the style of Ren and Stimpy. Homer requests beer which Marge gets, Bart lays a Woopie Cushion under Homer causing him to strangle Bart, and making his head explode. Maggie starts to crawl around on the floor. Lisa doesn't do anything.
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