After the school bullies destroy Bart's dance trophy Marge persuades the town to pass an anti-bullying law - which some people abuse for personal revenge. However Ned Flanders' sons report Homer for exploiting their father and he is forced to attend a therapy group. As a result he becomes very humble and it is Ned who gets annoyed to think that Homer is being regarded as a hero before the two men finally reconcile.
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Did You Know?
The note Marge takes from Bart's bag says "Why don't we do it in the gym". This is a reference to the Beatles' song "Why Don't We Do It In The Road" from the album "The Beatles" (white album) See more
When Ned finishes watering his lawn the hose vanishes as he walks into the house. See more
Spoofs Soul Train
Music by Robert Allen
Lyrics by Al Stillman
Performed by Johnny Mathis See more