Bart stumbles upon the local mafia boss, and starts working for him on the side. When Principal Skinner goes missing after punishing Bart, he and Fat Tony's gang are suspected of killing him, but they try to get Bart to take the rap.
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While at Fat Tony's club, and when asked to give his pick of a horse for the third race, Bart first gives "Eat My Shorts" (the name of a horse in the fifth race), and then "Don't Have a Cow" (correctly a horse in the third race), referencing two of his catchphrases. During the call for the third race, the announcer recites the names of the other horses, all of which are named after catchphrases of past popular cartoon characters: Sufferin' Succotash (Sylvester of Warner Bros.), Yabba Dabba Doo (Fred Flintstone), Ain't I a Stinker (Bugs Bunny), That's All Folks (various Warner Bros. characters), and I Yam What I Yam (Poppeye). See more
When Ms. Krabbapel is grieving hysterically over Principal Skinner's absence, one of the student's, a blonde girl's (Becky) outfit, which is usually turquoise, is atypically green. See more
[covered in leaves
Hey, look at me. I'm Skinner's body!
That is not funny, Lewis.
Milhouse Van Houten
Well, I heard Skinner's buried under his parking spot.
Well, I heard he was ground up into hamburger and served to us at lunch.
I heard Bart had Skinner killed by gangsters.
That's not true! It's just a rumor. You're engaged in speculation. I know the law, you can't prove anything.
References The Woman He Loved
One Fine Day
Written by Gerry Goffin
and Carole King See more