Marge makes Bart quit hanging out with Milhouse after the two are caught invading the Flanders' home. She then starts a peer group based around Native American life for Bart, Nelson, Ralph and Database to participate in. When Bart finds out Milhouse has joined a different peer group, they soon are at odds as they see whose group can do more community service around Springfield. Written by
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After Bart drinks the "40-year-old novelty drink" and is hallucinating, he says, "Yellow matter custard, dripping from a dead dog's eye." This is a line from The Beatles
' song "I Am the Walrus", released in 1967. See more
If only the possessions of the Flanderses that survived in "Hurricane Neddy" were the family tombstones, all of Ned's Beatles records and memorabilia would have been destroyed too. Remember that Bart mentions that John Lemon is a 40-year-old novelty drink, and that John Lennon made his joke about the Beatles being "bigger than Jesus" in 1966. See more
[a riot is occurring in Duff Stadium
All I wanted was to glue feathers on felt and teach the boys good citizenship
[she starts to cry and the cameraman turns the camera to her
[Seeing her crying on the stadium screen
That's my wife and she's crying!
Dry your tears lass
Then show us your boobs
[after repeatedly punching Moe
Dear God, why are we fighting?
I ain't doing any fighting
References The Monkees
America the Beautiful
Music by Samuel A. Ward See more