Homer starts a bowling team with Moe, Apu and Otto, but when Mr. Burns discovers the team was funded with his money, he insists on joining. Meanwhile, Springfield Elementary introduces uniforms.
Did You Know?
When Bart and Milhouse are reading the Mad Super Special, Milhouse comments that "they're really socking it to that Spiro Agnew guy again", and assumes that he must work at Mad Magazine for the writers to keep making fun of him. Of course, Spiro Agnew was Richard Nixon's Vice-President, but obviously 10-year-old children (roughly the target audience of the magazine) are far too young to remember him. This is a somewhat apt joke about Mad Magazine "Super Specials", which are composed almost entirely of reprinted articles, some of which can be very outdated. For example, some super specials printed in the late 90s made reference to "Former President Dwight Eisenhower", "Former Vice-President Richard M. Nixon" and "(Current) President Lyndon Johnson". Contrary to Bart's claim, however, Mad only publishes 4 "Super Specials" a year, not 17. In fact, Mad usually only publishes a total of 16 magazines a year, including "Super Specials". See more
During the scene where the students riot in Bart's classroom, Ralph Wiggum is shown eating paste. Ralph has repeatedly been shown to be in Lisa's class. See more
Seymour, why are there children walking on my head?
Referenced in Odd Shoe