The new prankster in Bart's fourth grade class actually turns out to be a mole brought in by Principal Skinner to infiltrate Bart's inner circle. Homer falls in love with his loaner car after Marge wrecks their old one.

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Thanks to the kids' antics Marge prangs the car and whilst it's in for repairs the family get a state of the art new model,with which Homer is reluctant to part until he sees the old one being sold off. Bart,meanwhile,thinks he has found a kindred spirit in new class-mate Donny,who's even naughtier than him. Then he gets tipped off by Willie that Donny is a spy, brought in by Skinner to ensure prank-free school days. Bart corners Donny in an old warehouse but when Skinner and Chalmers appear to mete out the punishment Donny comes to Bart's assistance. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Despite being an antagonist of Bart in earlier seasons, in this episode Nelson is referred to by Bart as being "my other best friend." See more »

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Bart Simpson: You were tired of being under my shadow.
Milhouse: No, I'm not! I like being under your shadow! It's nice and cool!
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Spoofs The Departed (2006) See more »

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Performed by Dropkick Murphys
Written by Al Barr (as Alexander Barr), Kenneth Casey, Matthew Kelly, James Lynch,
Marc Orrell and Woody Guthrie
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Pretty darn good!
11 May 2008 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

All I can say is "Wow!". Every Simpsons fan knows that the Simpsons have been going downhill over the last few years but this episode may be the shows Saving Grace! The episode didn't use dumb jokes, well, at least not too many. Topher Grave was an interesting choice as a guest. He's not super famous but most people would know who your talking about if you say his name. Anyway, when I thought of him playing a school kid I thought to myself "Hmm.Okay.". But he did the Simpsons well. Now that's the A-story. As for the B-story, well, it's okay. I mean it's just that Homer has got a new car for rent and doesn't want to give it up. It doesn't fit in with the A-story but still it doesn't effect the A-story. Overall, this episode rocks!


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