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  • However Bart urges that everyone should not go

    • by Sydney
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      The episode begins with Homer and Marge fooling their kid’s and begin intimacy during the day. Bart and Lisa are terrified looking at it. Later Nelson invited everyone to his birthday party.

      However Bart urges that everyone should not go. However Marge makes him go for the party.

      Bart reluctantly goes to the party. At the party only


      Bart turns up.

      Nelson feels saddened by this, but at the same time is jubilant that atleast Bart came. From that day onwards Nelson considers Bart his best friend.

      But Bart does not like being seen with the bully. Later Bart realizes its good to be friends with the bully, that way no on will pick on you.

      ...


      • Meanwhile Lisa wants her father to read to her Angelica Button’s book. A rather fancy fairy tale which both elders and youngsters like.

        After reading one chapter, Homer is tempted to read the other chapters, that too without his daughter. However his daughter strictly reminds him not to read any chapter without her.

        Does Homer listen to her.

        Also Nelson becomes very possessive of Bart.

        Bart begins to ignore Nelson, but he is unable to. Nelson’s behavior starts becoming more irritating to Bart.

        Does Bart ever get rid of Nelson, or do they remain friends forever. This episode showed how being a bully can make you loose friends.

        Also the fascination that some kids have with good fictional books.




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