In just his first day as School Board President, Oliver starts a grammar school protest. The kids are upset that their mascot, Arnold, has been thrown out for popping his teacher with a pea shooter. Fred Ziffel asks Oliver to represent his "son" on the grounds that he suffered discrimination, but all Oliver can do is badger the school's determined principal. The pig's ticket back into the education system comes when he wins the student art contest with his painting "Nude at a Filling Station." Written by
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Lisa displays Arnold's award-winning painting "Nude at a Filling Station" in their bedroom. Hanging in the principal's office is "Nude at a Watering Trough". "Nude at a Flower Pot" is another of Arnold's six nudes. See more
Oliver Wendell Douglas
Life is a compromise. We all have to do things that are distasteful to us. You have to give a little to get a little. We all want to save face. But the really big man is the man who can admit: he's wrong.