Bart ended up calling an Australian bar using Dennis Leary's stolen cell phone to play a prank call. Specifically, he called an Australian Bar called Crocodile Drunkee's requesting for a "Drew P. Wiener" causing the barkeep to call out for the person and stating, “I have in my hand a ‘Drew P. Wiener’.” The patrons laugh at him and tell him that he'd "better put it down, mate!", to the barkeep's frustration.
Australia is a country in the Pacific Ocean, part of Oceania. The Simpsons visit it when Bart makes a prank call asking what way the water goes. Bart then leaves the phone off the hook, raking up a huge bill for them as he made a reverse call. The guy sues him and Bart has to travel to a court in Australia. He ends up letting Bart Junior (a bullfrog) free and this results in a lot of bullfrogs infesting Australia, which there weren't previously.
The flag depicts a boot kicking a butt in the show (a.k.a. "Boot to the Butt" flag) on a black background, but this isn't accurate to the true flag, which features the Union Jack, the Southern Cross, and the Commonwealth star, on a blue background. In Lost Verizon, there is a blue version of the "Boot to the Butt" flag inside the Australian bar, but in all other later appearances of Australia, the real flag is used.
In Australia, they use corporal punishment, the most popular of which was a boot kicking a butt. Bart was sentenced to this punishment. This is fictional as with the flag depicted in the episode.
- Episode – "Principal Charming"
- Episode – "Rosebud"
- Episode – "Bart vs. Australia"
- Episode – "Das Bus" (Mentioned)
- Episode – "Lisa Gets an "A"" (Mentioned)
- Episode – "New Kids on the Blecch" (Mentioned)
- Episode – "Pray Anything"
- Episode – "Lost Verizon"
- Episode – "The Color Yellow" (Mentioned)