When a group of Shelbyville kids steal Springfield's sacred lemon tree, Bart and his friends venture there to get the tree back.

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Homer Simpson / Isotopes Player / Grampa Simpson / 'Where'd he go?' / Shelbyville Martin / Shelbyvillian #2 / Shelbyville Groundskeeper (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Professor Frink / Future Man #2 / Shelbyville Milhouse / Shelbyville Manhattan / Kirk Van Houten / Lemonade Kid's Big Brother / Shelbyville Nelson / Shelbyvillian #3 / Shelby's Dad (voice)
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First Future Man / Jebediah Springfield / Ned Flanders / Shelbyvillian #1 / Shelbyville Grampa (voice)
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Mrs. Krabappel (voice)
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Shelby (voice)
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Future Tour Guide / Luann Van Houten / Shelbyville Lemonade Kid (voice)
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Martin Prince (voice)
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Shelbyville kids hijack Springfield's sacred lemon tree after being pelted with lemons, and Bart leads a guerrilla war against them (I say a war, but it's nowhere near violent.) They find out that the tree is in "the impenetrable fortress of suburbia"- a car impound lot, owned by the leader's (Shelby's) dad. Homer and the parents of the kids find them and team up with them to get the tree back. But how are they gonna get it from a car impound lot? Written by movieguy3

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14 May 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Flanders' RV was previously seen in The Call of the Simpsons, in Season One. See more »

Goofs

After Bart attempts to escape by using spray paint cans as rockets, his feet alternate between clean and spray-painted for a few shots. See more »

Quotes

Milhouse: Step over this line and say that. I'll kick your butt... at Nintendo.
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Referenced in The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003) See more »

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What a Wonderful World
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Written by Bob Thiele and George David Weiss
Performed by Hank Azaria
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A spirit of unity, Nelson's turning point
2 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I loved Lemon of Troy. It was more about Bart and his buddies retrieving the Lemon Tree from Shelbyville, it was a turning point for Nelson, who became part of Bart's posse that crossed the border into Shelbyville. Nelson became more likable and you see this evolve in future episodes.

We also I think get the debut of Database, so good to see him on The Simpsons. The spirit of unity amongst Bart and Co was evident throughout the episode and I'm pleased all's well that ends well with the Lemon tree in its rightful place in Springfield. A very charming episode.


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