Simpsons Theories and episodes Essay

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Simpsons Theories and episodes

When Bart snaps a picture of Homer dancing with a belly dancer at a stag party, it gets
photocopied and soon all of Springfield has a copy. Homer becomes the talk of the town but
almost ruins his marriage to Marge. Marge insists in making Homer take Bart to meet the
bellydancer so he can learn that women aren't sex objects, because she fears he's getting
a bad lesson out of all of this.


Homer and Principle Skinner send Bart to France in exchange for an Albanian student for
the Student Exchange Program. Bart soon learns this trip isn't all its cracked up to be,
he is forced to live with two slave-driving French winemakers at the Chateau Maison
vineyard. While Bart slaves away, the Albanian student student Adil Hoxha steals
classified secrets from the Nuclear Power Plant and sends them to his country. The police
soon finds him and ends him back to his own country. Meanwhile, Bart finds out they are
putting anti-freeze in the wine and escapes his tormentors' vineyard, managing to speak
enough French to tell the authorities and become a national hero.


Homer buys Marge a bowling ball for her birthday, so she starts takin bowling lessons with
a French bowling instructor. As her game improves, Marge and Jacques spend more and more
time together until tahey're spending every night together bowling. Homer tells Marge his
feelings and reminds her of her loyalty to the family and she comes back.
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