The Simpsons Season 3 Episode 4 Bart The Murderer  » TV  »
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  • However one after the other bad luck occurs to him

    • by Sydney

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      Bart wakes up all jolly, and hopes for a wonderful day. However one after the other bad luck occurs to him. From Homer taking away his badge, to reaching late for school.

      Then forgetting the permission letter for his chocolate factory trip. The entire turns out to be miserable for Bart.

      He spends the rest of the day, sealing envelopes for Skinner.

      While returning home, he slips and falls into the mafia’s quarters.

      The mafia take a liking to him after he could make a good martini. He becomes part of the mafia and starts working for them.

      Starts behaving like them too. However one day Bart is late for work at the Mafia’s.

      He tells them that his principal was responsible for his ...

      • delay. The Mafia decide to take care of the matter.

        Principal Skinner goes missing? What does the Mafia to with him?

        This episode is taken from Goodfella’s. Bart plays the main character of that film.

        The childhood scene, where the young boy in Goodfella’s starts doing small chores for his gang, strikes resemblance with Bart doing the same job over here. There

        are many scenes which are similar, but here they are done along with humor.

        The episode has a very good suspense. Everyone thinks that the Mafia is responsible for Skinner’s disappearance, but that is not so.

        I found the ending surprising and funny. It was truly unexpected.

        If you want to see Goodfella’s Simpsons style, then this is the episode to watch.

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