The Simpsons: Season 20, Episode 17

The Good, the Sad and the Drugly (19 Apr. 2009)

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Bart gets Milhouse to take the rap for a prank at school, and then blows him off when he falls for a cute 5th grade do-gooder, prompting Milhouse's wrath. Meanwhile, Lisa begins taking "happy pills" to improve her negative outlook.

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Bart gets Milhouse to take the rap for a prank at school, and then blows him off when he falls for a cute 5th grade do-gooder, prompting Milhouse's wrath. Meanwhile, Lisa begins taking "happy pills" to improve her negative outlook.

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When Willy is knocked unconscious by the falling letters, 3 Ns fall sideways next to his head, making it appear as if he is sleeping/snoring, yet there are only 2 Ns in "Springfield Elementary School." See more »

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Bart Simpson: If I had known setting the table was this easy, I would have done it years ago, instead of throwing all those tantrums.
Marge Simpson: Oh, Bart! You've finally become the kind of boy every mother dreams of: A girl!
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