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Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-(Annoying Grunt)
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Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-(Annoying Grunt)
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Episode Number 439
Production Code LABF10
Original Airdate May 3, 2009
Chalkboard Gag none
Couch Gag The Simpsons are an Ancient Greek Colosseum, then Bart catches a warriors head, similar to a fly-baseball.
Special Guest Voices Ellen Page as Alaska Nebraska
Maurice LaMarche as City inspector
Marcia Wallace as Mrs. Krabappel
Written By J. Stewart Burns
Directed By Michael Polcino

Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'oh is the nineteenth episode of Season 20. It aired on May 3, 2009. The episode was written by J. Stewart Burns and directed by Michael Polcino.

SynopsisEdit

When Marge discovers the poor teaching conditions at Springfield Elementary, she gets Homer to rent an apartment in the Waverly Hills area so Bart and Lisa can attend school there, but Lisa's lack of knowledge about singer Alaska Nebraska makes her as unpopular as ever, until Bart spreads a rumor that Lisa and Alaska are best friends - which comes back to haunt Lisa when her new friends want backstage passes to her upcoming concert; Homer has to stay in his shabby apartment until the city's inspector pays a surprise visit to make sure they actually live in the area, but he gets to like it - until he invites Marge to move in with him.

Full Story Edit

Marge is out jogging one morning and discovers a booth offering free samples of "Science Water." After consuming too many free samples, she desperately searches for a public toilet to 'go' in. Eventually, she uses one in Springfield Elementary. Afterwards, she walks through the halls and is appalled to discover that Springfield Elementary is the worst school in the state, replete with apathetic teachers and overcrowded classrooms. Marge and Homer, concerned for their children's future, decide to rent an apartment in the upscale Waverly Hills school district (after discovering Milhouse's cousin goes to school there) so Bart and Lisa can attend a better school, although Homer makes sure that he rents the cheapest apartment available, even going as far as to specify that he wants the worst apartment in the worst part of town, the cheaper the better, and eventually picks a room where the bed comes out of a wall and barely even gets down to the other floor, and the bathroom is in an Ethiopian restaurant all the way at the end of the block. Bart and Lisa are thrilled at the prospect of a fresh start. Bart, eager to establish his reputation as a "bad boy," is shackled and led away by Chief Wiggum, leaving the other students in awe. Once away from Waverly Hills Elementary, though, it is revealed that Chief Wiggum "arrested" Bart as a favor, if Bart promises to attend Ralph Wiggum's birthday party. Meanwhile, Lisa is having difficulty making friends. Bart, noticing his sister's gloomy mood, lies to several popular school girls that Lisa is a friend of an immensely popular teen singer named Alaska Nebraska. Marge and Homer learn that they will be visited by a city inspector to confirm that the Waverly Hills apartment is indeed the residence of Bart and Lisa, so Homer moves in and befriends two college boys.

Homer adopts a bachelor lifestyle, playing video games and attending parties with his newfound college friends, and he and Marge begin to act as though they were newly dating. Lisa has become popular with several of her classmates, but only because they want backstage passes to an upcoming Alaska Nebraska concert. Lisa sneaks into Alaska's dressing room and pleads her case, but Alaska is unsympathetic and Lisa is removed from the venue by security. She admits to her fair-weather friends that she was not Alaska Nebraska's friend, and the girls chase after her.

Meanwhile, the ominous inspector visits Homer's Waverly Hills apartment, Homer and Marge frantically lay out toys and Krusty the Clown dolls in an effort to convince the inspector that the children live there. He concludes that the apartment is the residence of the Simpson children, but admits that he was "hoping to kill them and make it look like a suicide." Bart and Lisa, however, plead to return to Springfield Elementary. Lisa in particular wishes to return, because she would rather "be ostracized for who I am, not who I pretend to be." Marge and Homer concur, but wistfully state that they will miss their "love nest" apartment. The episode concludes with Homer and Marge using the backyard treehouse as their new love nest, much to Bart's chagrin.

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Season 19 Season 20 Episodes Season 21
Sex, Pies, and Idiot ScrapesLost VerizonDouble, Double, Boy in TroubleTreehouse of Horror XIXDangerous CurvesHomer and Lisa Exchange Cross WordsMypods and BoomsticksThe Burns and the BeesLisa the Drama QueenTake My Life, PleaseHow the Test Was WonNo Loan Again, NaturallyGone Maggie GoneIn the Name of the GrandfatherWedding for DisasterEeny Teeny Maya, MoeThe Good, the Sad and the DruglyFather Knows WorstWaverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'ohFour Great Women and a ManicureComing to Homerica

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