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Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts 

Superintendant Chalmers gets fired after using unconventional methods to teach Bart and his friends about Teddy Roosevelt, so the boys take over Springfield Elementary until he gets his old job back.

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Homer Simpson (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson / Additional Voices (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Theodore Roosevelt (archive footage)
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Edna Krabappel (voice)
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Dolph / School Receptionist / Mrs.Muntz / Agnes Skinner / Various (voice)
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Skinner faces Chalmers for Bart's education after Bart pulls a prank at a school fundraise. Bart gets very interested when Chalmers shows him President Teddy Roosevelt. But, Chalmers accidentally takes Bart, Milhouse and the school bullies (apart from Kearney) on an unauthorized school trip resulting in Nelson having an accident. Chalmers gets fired from his job, but Bart doesn't give up hope so he takes the school hostage until Chalmers gets his job back.

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Archive audio of President Theodore Roosevelt is included in this episode. This makes Theodore Roosevelt the only US President to date who has appeared as himself in the series. Other Presidents who have appeared have been impersonated and include Richard Nixon, George HW Bush, and Bill Clinton. See more »

Quotes

Homer Simpson: Bart, I'm going to ask you about something I read in a magazine. Are you boys in here cyberbullying?
Jimbo Jones: How could we? We're all together, and we're not using computers.
Homer Simpson: Marge, I parented!
Marge Simpson: That's great, honey. Come down for chocolate milk and a brownie.
Homer Simpson: So long, suckers.
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References Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Music by Leslie Bridgewater
Plays during the John Kricfalusi couch gag.
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Chalmers takes care of Barts education,
24 November 2011 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Bart Stops To Smell The Roosevelts is a great Simpsons episode with a good storyline and great humor,I really enjoyed how they gave a recurring character,Superintendent Chalmers,a main role in the episode and also the episode ended on a good strong joke,the joke about Theodore Roosevelt and Night At The Museum,i enjoyed that they used a recording of Theodore Roosevelt in a scene and even gave credit in the end credits.

Principal Skinner has had it with Bart,so Superintendent Chalmers decides to take over Barts education,he decides to teach him about President Theodore Roosevelt,and Barts friends get involved because of what and inspiring teacher he is.


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