A series of unfortunate factors,such as Bart having head lice and Lisa collecting old newspapers for a school project leads to the Simpson children being taken into care and fostered with Ned Flanders and his family,which Maggie enjoys,as Ned gives her more attention than Homer but Bart and Lisa hate,as there are no cartoons,only bible stories and bedtime is at seven. However Marge and Homer attend parenting classes and arrive in time to get their children back before Ned baptizes them in the river. Written by
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Did You Know?
The title is based on the song "Home Sweet Home" composed by Englishman Sir Henry Bishop with lyrics by John Howard Payne and has been popular since the mid-nineteenth century. See more
Homer and Marge are ordered to stay at least 100 feet from their children while they are in foster care, but the Flanders residence is right next door and not necessarily 100 feet away. See more
[as the Simpson family, who are finally together again, are about to leave the Springfield river
So what was it like at the Flanders' house?
Yeah, gimme all the dirt.
Let's see. Dirt... dirt... well, there wasn't really much dirt.
There was a bunch of old paint cans in the garage, though.
Old painty-can Ned.
[the family also laugh
I always knew he'd keep his old cans of paint!
How do you like that!
Home! Sweet Home!
Written by H.R. Bishop See more