Bart ends up at a school for gifted children after cheating on an IQ test.

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Homer Simpson / Conductor (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson / Skinner's secretary (voice)
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Lisa Simpson / Cecile Shapiro (voice)
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Edna Krabappel (voice) (as Marsha Wallace)
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Ms. Melon / Richard / Lewis (voice)
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Milhouse Van Houten / Ethan Foley / Boy (voice)
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Martin Prince / Sidney Swift / Ian (voice)
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Bart is fearing that he will fail an intelligence test, Bart switches exams with Martin Prince. When school psychologist Dr. Pryor studies the results, he thinks that Bart is a genius, and Bart is enrolled into a new school for genius kids. Bart doesn't fit in very well though. Written by TnMovieFan2@aol.com

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14 January 1990 (USA)  »

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The original script included a scene where Dr. Pryor talks to Martin's parents about his failing the IQ test and needing to go to a school for mentally retarded kids. See more »

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Aptitudes tests don't measure IQ. They are used to determine the type of work you're best suited for. See more »

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Homer: Sorry, son. Your mom got us tickets to a snooty movie directed by some Swedish meatball.
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Overture from Carmen
by Georges Bizet
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Not a Fluke!
11 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode, "Bart the Genius" proves that the first episode was no fluke. It has a heart and it explores the father-son relationship that Homer and Bart sometimes has. This episode is good at character development as we learn what kind of person Bart is. Also, the story is a little better even though it's a bit less funny and a little of the dramatic side.

This episode is mainly about Bart. Bart cheated on his I.Q test and the school psychiatrist sends Bart to a school for gifted children. However, Bart doesn't fit in like he thought he would.

Overall, this is a great second episode. What lacks in comedy makes up for it with sweet, gentle drama. This is a family really worth watching. I rate this episode 9/10.


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