The end of the school year, and an empty yearbook causes Lisa to contemplate her lack of popularity. When Ned Flanders is summoned for jury duty and offers Homer a chance to stay at his beach house, Lisa sees this as the opportunity to reinvent herself as a slacker in the hope of gaining friends, which proves to be far more successful than she could possibly imagine --- but not if Bart has any say in the matter. Written by
Daniel Timothy Dey
Did You Know?
Marge mentions that Bart has not said "Don't have a cow, man" in four years. As of this episode, it was actually six years (or six years, three months and twenty-two days, to be precise). See more
When Marge and Lisa are talking in the bedroom at the beach house, there is a picture over each of the beds of Ned and Maude. In a subsequent shot, one of the pictures changes to a portrait of Rod and Todd. See more
Isn't this fun, Lisa?
It must be exciting to make a whole different set of beds.
I know you're joking, but it is!
All Summer Long
Written by Brian Wilson
and Mike Love
Performed by The Beach Boys See more