After yet another prank from Bart, involving flooding the gym, principal Skinner talks to Homer and Marge and advices them to make Bart take a new behavior drug, called Focusyn. At first Bart doesn't want to take the drug, but pretty soon he doesn't mind and it actually seems to work: Bart stops playing pranks, actually pays attention in class and reads in his spare time. Good times don't last and Bart starts behaving very strange and paranoid. Written by
Marco van Hoof <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Homer says that Bart "has gone from Goofus to Gallant", a reference to the comic strip "Goofus and Gallant", which appeared in 'Highlights', a magazine for children. Typically, Goofus would do something rude or destructive, while Gallant served as an example of proper behavior. See more
Bart asks the family to close the door to his room. You hear the door slam shut, but in the following shot, the door is wide open. See more
I'm so glad you're home. Bart's acting funny.
"Ray J" funny or "O.J." funny?
References Dennis the Menace
Written by Christine McVie
Sung by Nancy Cartwright See more