The Simpsons: Season 14, Episode 11

Barting Over (16 Feb. 2003)

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When Bart finds out Homer has used all the money Bart got for doing a commercial when he was a baby, he moves out of the house and into the same building as famous skateboarder, Tony Hawk, whose skateboarding tour Bart joins.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Homer Simpson / Arthur Miller / Santa's Little Helper / TV Announcer / Blue-Haired Lawyer / Grampa Simpson / Drug Pusher (voice)
Marge Simpson (voice)
Lisa Simpson (voice)
Ornette Coleman / Balki Bartokomous / Kirk Van Houten / Orderly / Bailiff / Cab Driver / Cletus / Skewed Tour Announcer (voice)
Walter Cronkite / Larry Appleton / Baby-So-Fresh Disclaimer Voice / ViagraGaine Disclaimer Voice (voice)
Blink 182 ...
Themselves (voice) (as blink-182)
Himself (voice)
Himself (voice) (as Tom DeLonge)
Himself (voice)
Himself (voice)
Edna Krabappel (voice)
Milhouse Van Houten / Jimbo Jones / Girl in ViagraGaine Commercial (voice)
Old Lady in Baby-So-Fresh Commercial / Brandine / Dia-Betty / Dolph / Lindsay Neagle (voice)


When Bart finds out Homer has used all the money Bart got for doing a commercial when he was a baby, he moves out of the house and into the same building as famous skateboarder, Tony Hawk, whose skateboarding tour Bart joins.

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Animation | Comedy


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Was billed by FOX as the series' 300th episode because it was considered to be the 300th episode produced. However, FOX does not count the Christmas Special pilot towards that total. So technically, it was actually the 301st. FOX was very adamant about airing the "300th" episode on the same day as the Daytona 500 auto race, which is one of the biggest ratings draws of the year for the network, so they pushed the air date back to February 16th. So when the episode finally did air, it was actually the 302nd to do so (Christmas special included), even though FOX was hyping it up as #300. To further add to the confusion, all previous milestone episodes (100th, 138th, 200th, 250th) were based on airing order rather than production order, and with the Christmas special included. See more »


Homer: I've been carrying this bag of sugar to represent a baby, and...
[sees he is holding a real baby]
Homer: Wha...? Where the hell's my sugar?
[cut to Cletus and his wife with a sugar-bag in baby clothes]
Cletus: Condoleeza-Marie ain't too peppy today.
Brandine: And I don't remember her bein' this granulated.
Dia-Betty: Can I put your baby in my coffee?
Cletus: Well, the doctor said if you eat any more babies, they gonna take yer foot.
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »


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by Sonny Curtis
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What an awful, awful episode.
26 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the episode that caused me to stop watching the Simpsons after 14 years of loyal viewer ship. "I hope you don't mind living below a bunch of pro skaters!" "Hey, Blink-182!"

After a couple episodes in the last few seasons that brought some cringe worthy moments, mostly involving celebrities voicing themselves, this was a new low.

The amount of music that seemed to not have been original to the series (by Alf Clausen or otherwise) and pulled off of pop radio and classic rock stations skyrocketed by this point, too.

I don't think the writers were being lazy or ran out of ideas, but it did seem to be a way to get interested parties into the show without giving them a reason to be there. Jamming musical acts to say a stiffly say a line into an episode for no reason other than to stiffly say a line did nothing. Any Simpsons fans that have done Simpsons trivia in their towns probably know exactly why most trivias don't go beyond season 8 or 9.

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