Homer is looking through the "For Free" section of the Springfield Shopper. What ad catches his attention?
The trampoline is being given away by Krusty, who used to do a lot of tumbling in his act. But he's phasing it out in favour of:
|jokes about his fat ugly cruel wife|
Homer has big plans for Homerland (admission: $50), including all of the following except
After many small children are injured, Homer decides to get rid of the trampoline. What is Bart's plan?
|dump it off a cliff|
|toss it into the Flanders yard|
|a circular saw and a witty catchphrase|
|attach a bike lock to it|
Homer challenges Marge to name one fun thing she has done in the past month. Marge's reply?
|"I went into a pet store"|
|"I took Maggie to the park"|
|"I made sloppy Joes"|
|"I went shoe shopping with Lisa"|
Patty and Selma introduce Marge to self-help guru Brad Goodman, who can help her deal with every personality disorder in the Feel-Bad Rainbow, which includes all of the following except:
|geriatric profanity disorder|
Homer and Marge attend a self-help seminar hosted by Brad Goodman. What's troubling Lenny?
|he can't commit to a relationship|
|nobody ever listens to him|
|his entire life is a lie|
|he's always interrupting people|
Brad Goodman encourages everyone in the audience to listen to their inner child. What does Moe's inner child say?
|"Hey, Moe, what's-a-matter? You no talka with you accent no more."|
|"I wuv you Mr Cuddlewumps. Yes I do! Yes I dooo!"|
|"What are you looking at? Keep staring and I'll cut you, I'll cut you good!"|
|"Take the whole bottle of pills when you get home. And this time, don't call 911!"|
Bart demonstrates that he does whatever he feels like, and Brad Goodman says there's a lot we can all learn from this young man...
Instead of giving his usual boring old sermon, Reverend Lovejoy decides to take a page from the book of Bart by:
|reading a chapter from "The Shining"|
|wearing his baseball cap backwards and giving an impromptu rap|
|playing "The Entertainer" on the church organ|
|using the collection plate money to play Bingo|
Everyone in town is acting like Bart, and Bart thinks it sucks. Lisa suggests he develop a new identity:
Smithers finally tells Burns that he loves him... in those colours. Who was he kidding? The _________ was the time.
At the "Do What You Feel" Fair, Patty and Selma ride a horse, naked. Who takes a picture?
The fair turns into a disaster, and Bart is blamed by the mob. He and Homer make their escape in:
|a donkey cart|
|a dodgem car|
The Simpsons recover at home after a hectic day. What eases Homer's pain?
|lying on the couch|