Bart has his ear pierced and gets an ear-ring but Homer confiscates it.Later Homer and some colleagues join the Naval Reserve and sail on a submarine,where Homer accidentally fires the captain out of the torpedo hatch and,left in charge,allows the sub to drift inti enemy waters. It is attacked and springs a leak but Homer saves the day by sealing it with Bart's ear-ring before returning home for a dishonorable discharge.
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Did You Know?
This episode was written in 1995 and produced in 1996, as it was part of Al Jean
and Mike Reiss
's second stint as show runners in the mid 90s. it still bears a 1998 copyright year in the credits, which matches the 1998 air date. Other episodes from this production line however have copyright years which don't correlate with air dates. See more
During Homer's court martial, the American flag displayed has seven white stripes and six red stripes instead of the seven red stripes and six white stripes. Also, when an American flag is hung vertically, the union (stars) should be at the top to the observer's left, not on the right as displayed. See more
Hey look. Milhouse has an earring.
[everyone on the bus starts chanting Milhouse's name in recognition of his newfound coolness
Hey, if you want cool, check this out.
[singing and dancing
Everybody if you can do the Bart, Man. Shake your body turn it out if you can, can. Do the Bart, Man, yeah.
That is so 1991.
Eternal Father, Strong to Save
Music by John B. Dykes See more