The Simpsons: Season 21, Episode 14

Postcards from the Wedge (14 Mar. 2010)

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When Bart unsuccessfully tries to play Homer and Marge against each other, he comes up with a dangerous prank that is sure to get their attention.

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Bart is slacking again. Homer feels he should have more home-work but Marge takes a kindlier approach. Bart succeeds in playing them off against each other until they tumble to the fact and kiss and make up. Seeking a truly awesome prank Bart and Milhouse activate the old Springfield subway system,setting off an earthquake. But who is behind the anonymous note informing Homer of Bart's next big stunt? Written by don @ minifie-1

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Principal Skinner: You can't hide from me. I'm a very patient man. I once waited an hour and a half for a haircut.
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Another great episode.
10 June 2010 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Season 21 has been delivering use great episodes,probably some of the best of the series (best ones of this season=Million Dollar Maybe and To Surveil With Love)and this episode "Postcards From The Wedge" was a great episode too.

Its about Bart trying to seek Marge and Homers attention but they both keep fighting over a way to punish him after getting in trouble for not doing his school project.

But then Milhouse shows Bart an old Subway train thats still working so Bart decides to driving over the school so he can get Marge and Homers attention once and for all.


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