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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Marge Simpson (voice)
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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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Miss Hoover: And now Ralph Wiggum will read his essay, "Springfield in 50 Years".
Ralph Wiggum: [clears throat] In 50 years, the vacuum cleaner will be quiet and not scary.
[applause]
Miss Hoover: Next we have Lisa Simpson.
Lisa Simpson: Oh, Ralph, how I envy your optimism. There is no Springfield 50 years in the future! With global warning trapping CO2 in our poisonous atmosphere, our superheated oceans will rise, drowning our lowlands, leveling what's left of humanity baking in deserts that once fed the world!
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Lisa Simpson: And in the new Nineveh, ...
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