The end of the school year, and an empty yearbook causes Lisa to contemplate her lack of popularity. When Ned Flanders is summoned for jury duty and offers Homer a chance to stay at his beach house, Lisa sees this as the opportunity to reinvent herself as a slacker in the hope of gaining friends, which proves to be far more successful than she could possibly imagine --- but not if Bart has any say in the matter.
Daniel Timothy Dey
Did You Know?
The Mystery Date board game that the family is forced to play is an actual Milton Bradley Company board game from the 1960s. Josh Weinstein
recalled playing it as a child and claimed it to be "a very disappointing game to play as a little boy" because of the female target audience. See more
When Marge and Lisa are talking in the bedroom at the beach house, there is a picture over each of the beds of Ned and Maude. In a subsequent shot, one of the pictures changes to a portrait of Rod and Todd. See more
Hey, I like your hat.
A compliment! Scanning for sarcasm... it's clean! Go!
The syndicated version also misses out on the scene with Bart and Milhouse at the beach after Lisa gets her new look. See more
All Summer Long
Written by Brian Wilson
and Mike Love
Performed by The Beach Boys See more