Meet The Lovejoys While at church, Bart falls in love with Jessica Lovejoy. He tries kissing up to her by rejoining Sunday School, but soon finds she's a trouble maker like himself and likes bad boys.
Bart and his friends are playing cowboys and Indians but Nelson ruins it by bringing his foam dart gun because he wanted to be a cybernetic super soldier from the future.
“Nelson... Bart groaned.
The church bell rang and their parents were calling them in for church.
“Oh yeah it’s Sunday...” Bart sighed.
When the kids didn’t arrive their parents captured them like that scene from Planet of the apes!
”You maniacs!” Oscar yelled.
Bart sighed as he fled about. Nelson was caught by his Dad and hog tied. Apparently Mr Muntz returned from abandoning his wife and kid and seems to very Christian...
Eventually each kid was caught. The parents were tidying up their kids and speaking with them.
“Mom did you need to use reins...” said Bart.
“I’m sorry kids but you should have listened to me when I called you.” said Marge.
“We could see your hair a mile off...” said Bart.
In the church where somehow Bart had got dressed into his church clothes he was bored so he played with a troll doll with blue hair and made silly noises.
Marge confiscated the doll. “Such awful awful hair!” she commented on its hair.
Reverend Lovejoy has his daughter, Jessica read a sermon. However Bart is smitten.
Bart finds she attends the Sunday school and begs to be allowed back.
Solemn music plays as he goes to Sunday school.
”Good! Good Martin!” said the teacher Ms Albright. “Ralph... Jesus did not have wheels...”
Bart arrives and asks to rejoin the Sunday School.
"But Bart, you were happy to go. We were happy! Even the hamster was happy!" The Sunday school teacher explained. The hamster was traumatized and shaking in his cage.
"Yeah, but I want to come back." Bart replied. While the teacher signs him back in he winks at Jessica, but she ignores him.
The Sunday school teacher then told the class she needed to get something from a low cupboard. She was bending down and was an obvious target as Bart could see her big butt dancing about. He took out his beloved slingshot and was considering shooting a rock at her but something in him stopped him.
"Must fight Satan!" Bart grunted. He decided not to shoot her up the butt and put his slingshot away.
Another Sunday at church, Bart volunteers to pass round the money basket on a stick. He makes a gesture at Jessica to make himself known. But she looks away and sighs loudly to show she finds him annoying.
One night Bart begs to go round and have dinner with the Lovejoys.
Marge is pleased he's in love as she and her husband watch their son getting ready in the bathroom. He is apparently standing on a chair to see the mirror because he's really, really short!
"Thanks narrator..." Bart sighed as he combed his spikes down. He's wearing his smartest casual clothes. Probably something Marge bought him...
Homer then sings Sunrise, sunset, sunrise, sunset. The cat's in the cradle and yes we have no bananas tonight.
“Sunrise sunset... sunrise sunset... the cat’s in the cradle and yes we have no bananas tonight.” Homer sung. He starts crying and sobbing.
Marge thinks he's being very poetic but actually he's crying because the song had no bananas tonight.
“No, they have no bananas!” Homer crying and sobbing still.
“Hmmmmm...” Marge sighed.
At dinner they engage in small talk however Bart starts talking about a very rude TV program he watched last night.
He is then kicked out by an angry Reverend Lovejoy.
"You are forbidden from speaking to my daughter ever again!" Yells Lovejoy.
"But! But! But..." Bart stammers.
"Make him stop! Make him stop!" Helen Lovejoy cries. They slam the door on him.
Bart goes to leave crestfallen. However he hears Jessica speak.
"You're bad, Bart..."
"No I'm not!" Bart whines.
"You're bad, Bart... And I like it!" Jessica holds him and stares at him romantically.
"I'm bad to bone, baby!" Bart replies in his romantic voice. They then spend the evening causing trouble such as loitering outside the gym eating ice cream to tease the fat people and firing spitwads at people. Eventually they are toilet papering a house.
"You are so much better than my last girlfriend. Nadine from Hey Arnold..." Bart explains. Nadine is in the background crying and runs off.
However Jessica only wants to cause trouble when she hangs out with Bart.
"Uh, won't that get us into trouble?" Bart is worried about doing a very bad prank.
"Come on... I'll let you hold my hand..." Jessica teases him.
"Ok!" Bart takes her hand, she tricks him into setting off the fire alarm.
The alarms ring and Jessica and Bart make a hasty escape. Skinner doesn’t see them in the blind panic of students running.
“Order children! Do not panic! Order! Order I say!” Skinner tried to get them to leave in an orderly manner.
Willie pushes past to get to the kindergarten.
“Out the way wee scamps! I have to save the wee turtles!” Willie ran into the kindergarten then ran out screaming with turtles biting him. “Ahhhh! The wee turtles were too much for me!”
Bart pranks Willie by tying balloons to his kilt during a park musical lifting it up and causing people to faint, because you know what scotsmen have under their kilts...
Bart hides behind a tree and laughs. However the tree grabs him because it and several bushes are actually goons hired by Principal Skinner to trick Bart into committing a prank outside school,
Skinner is about to punish him when Oscar and some people in suits appear.
"Not so fast Principal Skinner."
"Oscar?" Bart asks.
"That's Super intendent Super intendent Oscar." Explained. "Basically I'm Super Intendent Chalmers's boss.
"You called, sir?" Super Intendent Chalmers suddenly arrives.
"Oh just mentioning you. You can run along now, Gary." Oscar replied. Chalmers leaves. "Seymour Skinner, for restraining a pupil and trying to met out punishments outside of school hours, you're fired!"
"I'll clear out my office." Skinner heads back to school.
"As for you guys, I have no idea how Principal Skinner got ahold of evil henchmen and goons anonymous, but I demand you release Bart at once and leave him alone.
"Yes sir," the goons say before leaving.
"Thanks, but how did you get that job? And why?" Bart asked.
"Working for the government as a secret agent has its perks. Plus I can be a real jerk towards Skinner and the teachers!" Oscar explained before giggling. "Besides your principal trying to act out his authority outside of school is really unfair."
One afternoon, Jessica takes Bart to the top of a very steep hill for a spot of skateboarding.
"Um, Jessica, isn't this hill a bit steep?" Bart asks.
"What's a matter? Chicken?" Jessica teased him.
"No! I-" Bart retorts but she makes chicken noises. "I'll show you!" Bart skateboards down the hill but he just keeps going faster and faster.
"I hope something slows me down!" Bart gulps. However he passes through an oil spill. He speeds up. Then he passes through a spillage of pearls.
Then he sees a crashed truck of glue. "Glue! That'll hold me!" However the truck is fine.
"Ain't no glue leaking out of here!" said a driver.
"D'oh!" Bart groaned. An ant drops a sunflower seed in front of him. Bart's skateboard gets caught on the seed and throws him off. He trips and hurts himself really badly as he tumbles down the rest of the hill.
As Bart gets up with a black eye... "Oh no! There goes the glue!" The glue rushes down in a massive wave of glue.
"Aaaaaaaagh!" Bart screams before being buried by the slimy glue.
"Well, that was some ride!" Jessica explained as she skated down and slowly came to a stop in the glue.
Sometime later at home. Bart has managed to clean off most of the glue. However Snowball II is stuck to his back because of some glue and yowling.
"Something's wrong with Bart..." Marge comments.
"Is it his glasses?" Homer asked.
"No! It's something else..." Marge replied.
"Probably his glasses." Homer is fixated of glasses.
"He doesn't even wear glasses!" Marge yells.
Bart decides he will not see Jessica anymore.
“I will make myself not see her for an entire week! Starting from today!” said Bart circling a day on his calendar and sitting down.
“Sweetie get ready for church.” said Marge coming in.
“D’oh!” Bart groaned.
Sometime later they go to church. The marquee board says “Evil Women in History: From Jezebel to Janet Reno.”
“I’m doing my Sunday school report on Queen Mary Tudor. Aka Bloody Mary.” said Oscar going to church for some reason this episode.
“Oscar! Language!” Marge told him off.
Bart heard a beautiful siren song that he thought was Jessica singing.
“No Bart! Don’t be tempted!” said Lisa.
“But she sounds so beautiful!” said Bart possessed with goo goo eyes. He is the first of the Simpsons in. He shoves the doors open thinking he’ll find Jessica singing. But instead he finds Ned Flanders singing in a girly voice.
“Ay carumba!” Bart yelled. Possibly horrified.
“Freak...” said Homer.
“Homer!” Marge scolded him.
At Church, Bart decides to end his relationship with Jessica.
"You're trying to make me into a criminal when I just want to be a petty crook! Or the class clown!" Bart whines.
"Fine..." Jessica sighs. She then steals the money from the church plate and pins it on Bart.
"You stole the money!" Helen accuses Bart. Everyone gasps in horror.
"No I-" Bart protests.
"He admits it!" Maude talks over him.
"Get him!" said Jasper.
"Yipes!" Bart runs away and jumps out the window.
"After him!" Yells Reverend Lovejoy.
"Run, Bart! Run!" Oscar yelled.
Bart is in his treehouse. Lisa arrives.
"Leave me alone..." Bart groans.
"It's ok! I knew you didn't take the money." Lisa explained.
"Thief!" Jasper says at the window. Bart pulls down the blind.
"But the whole town doesn't believe me..." Bart whined.
"We need to find out who did it." Lisa explained.
"Duh, it was Jessica, she got me in trouble because I dumped her." Bart explained.
"That's horrible! We have to do something!"
"Like what? I can't go anywhere without being called thief..." Bart whined.
"You think you have problems..." Link sighed as he climbed up the ladder.
"Why the hell are you here?!" Bart yells at him.
Bart tries to ask Jessica to confess. She's juggling a cheerleader's staff.
"Poor little Bart... I'm only doing this cos I care..." she prods Bart's nose with the staff.
"It doesn't seem like you do..." Bart retorts.
"Fine. I'm doing this because I don't feel like it!" Jessica started to get annoyed.
"You're not a very nice person, Jessica..." Bart said in a cross tone.
"Oh, and who are they gonna believe? The perfect daughter of the church minister? Or yellow trash?" Jessica taunted. (She actually says that!)
Bart gasped in horror at her racist slur. "That's racist!" He yelled and ran back home.
"Bart, look me in the eye and tell me you didn't steal that money." Homer explained.
"I didn't steal that money!" Bart protested.
"Why you little!" Homer strangled Bart. "How could you look me in the eye like that and lie!"
"Homer!" Marge yelled. Homer released Bart. "I happen to believe Bart. We all do, don't we?"
"Yes ma'am..." Homer sighed.
"Thief!" said Jasper at the window.
"Do I look like an elf in green clothes?!" Bart yells as he shuts the blind on him. "Ugh! No one except my family believes me... Jessica won't admit she stole the money and what's worse she called me a bad name..." Bart groaned.
"What bad name?" Marge asked.
Bart explained she called him yellow trash.
Marge gasped in horror. "That's it! I won't have racist insults in my neighborhood!" She storms off to speak to the Lovejoys.
“Bart we have to clear your name and stop Jessica!” said Lisa comforting Bart.
“How?! She’s a diabolical mastermind?” said Bart.
“So’s Sideshow Bob and you out smarted him all those times.” said Lisa.
“She has an IQ of 180...” said Bart.
“So does everyone... that’s the base IQ for a human... unless you’re severely handicapped...” said Lisa.
“She reads at a fifth grade level.”
Lisa didn’t have a response to that.
“And her hair smells like red fruit loops...” said Bart sighing romantically. That’s not a romantic smell...
“Yeah? Well I eat fruit loops for breakfast...” said Lisa menacingly.
That attempt to quote Commando failed on so many levels Lisa...
The Lovejoys don't believe Marge so they go to church the next Saturday. Bart's only allowed in if he's strapped into a Hannibal Lecter gurney.
"Why did we agree to this..." Marge sighs at Bart in his Hannibal Lecter gurney. He blushes.
Lisa asks to make a speech about honesty. Reverend Lovejoy allows her to.
She makes a big passionate speech about honesty and begs the culprit behind the money theft to own up, making an obvious hint at Jessica.
“So I ask you to repent and save yourselves from your own personal hell!”
“Oh god! I smelt marijuana smoke in Vietnam!” Skinner lamented.
“I was the one who got Star Trek cancelled!” said Abe Simpson aka Grampa.
“You son of a bitch!!” Benjamin swore as Benjamin, Doug and Larry, Homer’s college friends beat up Abe.
“Guys no! You’re assaulting an old age pensioner!” Marge protested.
“Aaaaah he deserved it Mrs Simpson....” said Database coldly.
“I left my car keys in Old Mrs Glick...” Dr Hibbert lamented.
Mrs Glick opened her mouth to speak but beeped like a car key fob for keyless entry cars.
Homer laughed because he thought that was funny.
Oscar took to the podium. “Anything else plaguing your conscience Dr?” He glared at Dr Hibbert.
“Uh no...” said Dr Hibbert.
“Not plagued by guilt by what you did to Bart’s mentally unstable twin brother, Hugo?!” Oscar ranted.
“It’s not season eight yet! Sit down!” Homer yelled.
"Oh for goodness sake! The culprit is Jessica Lovejoy!" Everyone gasps. "Check under her bed and I'm sure you'll find the money!"
Everyone goes to the Lovejoys to call Lisa's bluff. She was right, the money is under Jessica's mattress.
"Why Bart's bed has somehow transported itself into my daughter's room!" Reverend Lovejoy remarks. Everyone glares at him. "Oh come on people!"
"No Dad, I did it. This is your daughter crying for attention as usual..." Jessica breaks down and admits the truth.
"I guesss we brought you home from convent school just a tad too early..." Reverend Lovejoy sighed.
"Dad! I was expelled! Remember? The cherry bomb in the toilet... the itching powder... Dad! Are you even listening?" Jessica rants as Reverend Lovejoy sings a hymn loudly over the top of her.
Everyone looks awkward.
"Well, I guess you all owe my son an apology!" Marge said sharply.
Everyone apologises to Bart as he is still strapped in his gurney.
Bart thanks them one by one.
The next day, Jessica is scrubbing the doorstep of her family's house.
"Well, I hope you learned your lesson, Jessica. That crime doesn't pay..." Bart explained.
"No. As soon as I'm no longer grounded, I'm going to make you pay, Bart Simpson! And your righteous little sister too!" Jessica ranted before cackling evilly as Bart backed away.