Martin's birthday party is predictably dull until nearly all the guests become ill with food poisoning. The only ones not to get sick are Bart (who didn't want to eat the spoiled oysters), and Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel, who fall in love with each other. Bart catches his principal and teacher kissing passionately, but they immediately find out and want to swear him to secrecy. They make him his gofer, making his life miserable at school and calling him at all hours of the night (all for the reward of Milhouse inheriting Bart's poor school record). Bart eventually loses his patience and exposes the Skinner-Krabappel relationship. After rumors - most of them grossly exaggerated - begin running wild through town, Supt. Chalmers threatens to fire both Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel (since the relationship is forbidden per district policy) and does when Skinner refuses to call the relationship off. Eventually, Bart convinces Skinner to stand up for himself and his new ...
Did You Know?
When Principal Skinner hands the envelope to Bart to give to Mrs. Krabapple, the words 'personal' and 'confidential' are written in red ink. When Bart looks at the envelope, they are in black, then out in the hallway when he opens it, they are in red again. See more
As you know, Bart, one day your permanent record will disqualify you from all but the hottest and noisiest jobs.
References High School Confidential!
by George Gershwin
and Ira Gershwin See more