Lisa is making cupcakes for her teacher and her family is trying to take one. When Bart and Lisa go to school, the most feared bully, Nelson Muntz, and his goons appear and eat all of Lisa's cupcakes. Bart gets in a fight with him and gets beat up, trying to think of ways of how to beat Nelson. Bart goes to his grandpa for help, and they try to get some of Bart's friends to rebel against Nelson and his goons. Bart leads his team to fight Nelson and his goons and teach him a lesson.
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In this episode Bart confronts a "soldier" who says he's lost his nerves to which Bart responds by slapping him and saying "I won't have cowards in my army." Grandpa then slaps Bart and says "You can push them out of a plane. You can march them off a cliff. You can send them off to die on some God-forsaken rock. But for some reason you can't slap them. Now apologize to that boy right now." This is a reference to General Patton slapping a soldier who was in the infirmary dealing with PTSD during WWII. Patton was subsequently required to publicly apologize and was removed from the front lines as a result. See more
Herman misspelled "Kwik-E-Mart" as "Quick-E-Mart" on his map of Springfield. See more
I guess you learned your lesson, so now I'll untie ya.
The second you untie me, I'm gonna beat you to death, man.
The opening title sequence was edited down to a bare minimum due to the episode running long; only the title and the first aerial shot of Springfield are shown. The chalkboard and sofa gags are sacrificed. Most of the usual opening credits are missing, including the creator, developers, producers and writer. See more
Theme from Patton
Music by Jerry Goldsmith See more