When Bart is accused of a prank he says he didn't commit, Lisa is forced to defend him in youth court, with former attorney general Janet Reno serving as judge.

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Lisa comes to her brother's defense when Bart is accused of an Easter prank involving the school marching band, the horn section and some rotten eggs. Meanwhile, Mr. Burns seizes the opportunity to realize his lifelong ambition to become a superhero. Written by Nourane Kouli

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Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, whose been frequently lampooned in the series, ironically appears as her self. See more »

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The comic books in Mr. Burns' childhood flashback are all in the 8-inch by 11-inch comic book format that was not widely used until the early 1930s. (With the show's rolling timeline, Mr. Burns would have been born around 1909 when the episode aired in 2013.) See more »

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Kent Brockman: This town has been hit by a plague... a blue bonnet plague. Easter time is here, and everyone is dressed up to celebrate the resurrection of...
[Looks at notes]
Kent Brockman: ... Jesus Christ.
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References Batman Begins (2005) See more »

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The Stars and Stripes Forever
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Composed by John Philip Sousa
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Hilarious and Clever Set Up,
2 December 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Dark Knight Court is a fantastic Simpsons episode with two very good story lines that are well written and packed with the usual Simpsons comedy that makes it so enjoyable.I preferred the Mr Burns as a superhero story,it was hilarious seeing him dressed up in a Batman type suit and thinking he was saving the day,certainly a very memorable moment of the twenty fourth season.Bart's courtroom story certainly wasn't as funny but it was still very well written and enjoyable,and I really liked how they combined both stories at the end.Dark Knight Court is a very funny Simpsons episode that is certainly not forgetful.

While Mr Burns tries to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a superhero,Lisa steps in to defend Bart against a false accusation


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