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"Bart's Not Dead" is the first episode of Season 30 and the season premiere.
Bart takes a dare, and ends up in the hospital. To cover for himself and Homer, he says he went to Heaven and met Jesus. Christian producers offer the Simpsons a movie deal, which Homer takes. But Bart can't deal with the guilt and comes clean to Marge after the movie is finished.
The following day, Marge is proud of him at school, but Homer tells him to take a dare like a man. Marge begins to treat Bart well afterward in the car, which Bart does not take very well, imaging himself as an old man throwing himself off the boat when Skinner makes fun of him too, on Mother's day.
After Lisa's failed attempt to scare Bart, Christian movie producers come at the house to present to Homer and Bart the opportunity to make a movie about his experience. Homer and Ned are forced to work together on the movie, including interviewing Emily Deschanel and Gal Gadot.
The movie starts recording, and Bart starts getting worried and having nightmares from Lisa's words. He actually ends up in Heaven in his nightmare, where he meets Clancy Bouvier and Jesus Christ, who beats him hard with "LOVE".
The movie, titled Bart's Not Dead, finally premieres, and it's a big hit. After that, Bart finally confesses to Marge and Lisa, and Springfielders gets pissed. Homer and Ned gives the raised money to charity and all is forgiven, but one thing.
On top of the house's roof, Bart asks Lisa if God will forgive him, to which she says if God exists, he'll forgive him, if Bart has remorse. Just after they start falling, only to end up on a pile of leaves, saving them. At the Pearl's Gates, Bart is shown at his death, and Homer says Jesus wants to meet him. Homer instead goes to Hindu Heaven, where he gets transformed to a turtle and sent back to Earth.
Preview - Gal Gadot in The Simpsons.
Preview Things Will Get Better This Year Season 30 THE SIMPSONS
Homer Auditions Emily Deschanel & Gal Gadot Season 30 Ep. 1 THE SIMPSONS