During Parent-Teacher Night at school, Ms. Krabappel tells Marge she is troubled by Bart's increasingly demonic behavior. She urges Homer and Marge to be more strict with Bart when it comes to discipline. They try out Krabappel's advice when Bart damages Grampa's dentures in his latest household antics and ground him from supper. Bart realizes he needs to change, but when Homer comes into his room with pizza, he decides he can get away with anything. However, Bart eventually presses his luck. One day when he is asked to watch Maggie, she wanders off and knocks the car in gear, crashing it into Springfield Prison (resulting in a massive jailbreak). This time, Homer decides he needs to be severe with Bart: He can never watch the soon-to-open "The Itchy and Scratchy Movie," a movie that has seen a massive advertising blitz in Springfield. Bart forlornly watches a long line for the movie extend past his house, and as the months pass, he finally realizes he needs to change. Homer tells him... Written by
Brian Rathjen <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
Even in the future scene at the end of the episode, the "do not sell a ticket to this boy" photo of Bart at the theater is still there. See more
In the "Itchy and Scratchy beating up Hitler" cartoon, Franklin D. Roosevelt shows up to kick Hitler's body. While FDR was paraplegic, this fact was downplayed or ignored in popular media portrayals (and it's a humorous cartoon anyway). See more
[Bart has put his James Bond action figure into the microwave; as he speaks to it, he strokes Snowball II, a la Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Stick around, Mr. Bond. Things are really starting to...
[the figure melts, while Bart laughs evilly
References Beauty and the Beast
Yummy Yummy Yummy
Written by Joey Levine
and Arthur Resnick
Performed by Dan Castellaneta See more