With her self-esteem shattered by a school carnival cartoonist, Homer decides to enter Lisa in a local children's beauty contest, which she ends up winning by default. But when she finds out how heavily involved Laramie Tobacco is in using the contest to sell cigarettes, she uses her position as a platform against the tobacco industry and other establishments of power and corruption.
Daniel Timothy Dey
Did You Know?
Bart imitates the Wolf from Red Hot Riding Hood
(1943) after asking about the girls in the Little Miss Springfield pageant. See more
At the beginning of the episode, a lawyer from Disney tries to shut down Springfield Elementary's school carnival for using the phrase "Happiest Place on Earth", claiming that the phrase is copyrighted by Disney. A short phrase would be trademarked, not copyrighted. See more
I want to show you what you're fighting for, if there was a war on.
Music by Tom Springfield
Lyrics by Jim Dale
Performed by Dan Castellaneta
sung by Homer as "Hey there, blimpie boy" See more