Lisa's teacher, Miss Hoover, is stricken with Lyme disease, and Mr. Bergstrom, a cool, witty, substitute teacher takes her place. Lisa is smitten with the smart, sensitive man, who contrasts so favorable; it seems, with her own father. Meanwhile, Bart decides to run for class president where he is expected to easily triumph over class brain Martin Prince. Written by
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Martin makes a miraculous recovery between being too sick to make his closing statement before recess and the vote count after recess. See more
[despite Bart's runaway popularity during the presidential campaign, he loses the election because only two kids bother to vote
I demand a recount!
[empties the box
One for Martin. Two for Martin. Would you like another recount?
Well, I just want to make sure. One for Martin, two for Martin.
References The Wolf Man
Home on the Range
Written by Daniel E. Kelley
and Brewster M. Higley
Performed by Dustin Hoffman See more