Bart disappoints Marge yet again by his appalling history grades and the school psychiatrist reckons that unless he shapes up, he must sit the fourth grade again next year. But if he can successfully pass the history paper one last time he will be clear. Since Martin refuses to help, Bart prays for a miracle - which comes in the form of a snow storm which closes the school and gives him extra revision time. Written by
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Bart's sentence: I will not encourage others to fly. See more
The textbook Bart is reading says the First Continental Congress was debating over the Declaration of Independence when, in fact, it was actually the Second Continental Congress. See more
God, please give me one more chance to study, give me a snow day, or a power outage, or a teacher's strike, anything, please!
Prayer: the last refuge of the scoundrel.
During the opening credits, in the scene where Bart is writing on the blackboard, this week's "lesson" he has to repeat is "I will not encourage others to fly." See more
References Gone with the Wind
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
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