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    jijak

    [21]Jan 2, 2006
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    And another
    Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows song

    Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows
    Every thing that's wonderful is what I feel
    When we're together
    Brighter than a lucky penny
    When you're near the rain goes
    Disappears dear and I feel so fine
    Just to know that you are mine
    Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows
    That's how this refrain goes
    So come on join in
    Everybody

    Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows
    Everything that's wonderful is sure to come your way
    'Cause you're in love to stay

    My life is
    Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows
    That's how this refrain goes
    So come on join in
    Everybody

    Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows
    Everything that's wonderful is sure to come your way
    'Cause you're in love,
    You're in love
    And love is here to stay!
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    kikindoonoots

    [22]Jan 2, 2006
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    Mr. Plow

    Call Mr. Plow,
    That's my name,
    That name again
    Is Mr. Plow.
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    kikindoonoots

    [23]Jan 2, 2006
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    The Moe Syzlack connection

    Moe, Moe, Moe!
    How do you like me? How do you like me?
    Moe, Moe, Moe!
    Why don't you like me? Nobody likes me.
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    kikindoonoots

    [24]Jan 2, 2006
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    You'll never stop the Simpsons {sf}


    Ullman shorts, Christmas show,
    Marge's fling, Homer's bro,
    Bart in well, Flanders fails,
    Whacking snakes, Monorail,
    Mr. Plow, Homer in space,
    Sideshow Bob steps on rakes,
    Lisa's future, Selma's hubby,
    Marge not proud, Homer chubby,
    Homer worries Bart is gay,
    Poochie, U2, NRA,
    Hippies, Vegas, and Japan,
    Octuplets, and Bart's boy band,
    Marge murmurs, Maude croaks,
    Lisa Buddhas, Homer tokes,
    Maggie blows Burns away,
    What else do I have to say?!

    You'll never stop the Simpsons,
    Have no fears, we've got stories for years like...

    Marge becomes a robot,
    Maybe Moe gets a cell phone,
    Has Bart ever owned a bear or...

    How about a crazy wedding?
    Where something happens, and do-do do-do-do
    Sorry for the clip show!
    Have no fears, we've got stories for years!
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    Hungry_Homer111

    [25]Jan 2, 2006
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    lsdotcom wrote:
    2 Hungry Homer 111, it sound like u dont even watch the simpsons. How can u not remember those songs?!


    It was a joke. How could anyone not remember him repeating "I didn't do it" over and over again?
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    ChrisoBisto

    [26]Jan 2, 2006
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    Hungry_Homer111 wrote:
    lsdotcom wrote:
    2 Hungry Homer 111, it sound like u dont even watch the simpsons. How can u not remember those songs?!


    It was a joke. How could anyone not remember him repeating "I didn't do it" over and over again?


    Lol
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    atecom01

    [27]Jan 2, 2006
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    Well Mr Burnes had done it
    The power plant had won it
    With Roger clemens clucking all the while
    Mike sociocata's tragic illness made us smile
    While wayde bogs laid unconcious on the bathroom tile
    We're talking softball
    From Maine to san Diego
    talkin softball
    Mattingly and Canseco
    Ken Griffey's grotesquely swollen Jaw
    Steve Sax and his run in with the law
    We're talking homer
    Ozzie and the Straw
    We're talkin softball
    From maine to San Diego
    Talkin softball
    Mattingly and Canseco
    Ken Griffey's grotesquely swollen Jaw
    Steve Sax and his run in with the law
    We're talking homer
    Ozzie and the Straw

    Thats a great song
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    ozziefan

    [28]Jan 2, 2006
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    ChrisoBisto wrote:
    Hungry_Homer111 wrote:
    lsdotcom wrote:
    2 Hungry Homer 111, it sound like u dont even watch the simpsons. How can u not remember those songs?!


    It was a joke. How could anyone not remember him repeating "I didn't do it" over and over again?


    Lol

    Some people are a bit slow when it comes to written jokes
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    ozziefan

    [29]Jan 2, 2006
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    2 of the funniest - Homer rip offs

    Homer singing to R.E.M's End of the World as we know it

    Leonoid whatsis name, Herman Munster Motorcade;
    Birthday party cheetos, pogo sticks and lemonade;
    You symbiotic stupid jerk,
    That's right Flanders, I am talking about you!

    Homer singing to Chumbabwumba's Tubthumping

    I get knocked down
    I get knocked down again
    You're never gonna knock me down.

    I take a whisky drink,
    I take a chocolate drink,
    And when I have to pee,
    I use the kitchen sink.
    I sing the song that reminds me I'm a urinating guy
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    grimface_87

    [30]Jan 2, 2006
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    "The Garbageman" Lyrics (Sung to the tune of "The Candyman")

    Who can take your trash out?
    Stomp it down for you?
    Shake the plastic bag and do the twisty thingie too?
    The garbageman!
    Garbagemen: Oh, the garbageman can!

    The garbage man can
    And he does it with a smile
    And never judges you.

    Marge: Who can take this diaper?
    Garbageman: I don't mind at all.
    Wiggum: Who can clean me up before the big policeman's ball?
    The garbageman!
    Garbagemen: Yes, the garbageman can!

    U2: The sanitation folks
    Are jolly, friendly blokes,
    Courteous and easygoing!
    The Edge: They mop up when you're overflowing...
    Bono: And tell you when your arse is showing!

    Apu: Who can?
    Mel: Who can?
    Ned: Who can?
    Oscar the Grouch: Who can?

    Homer: The garbageman can!
    Bart+Lisa: 'Cause he's Homer Simpson, man!
    All: He cleans the world for... YOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!

    love that one, and

    See My Vest:

    Smithers: "Are you sure you want to go through with this, Sir? You have an awfully full wardobe as it is."
    Mr. Burns: "Yes, but not completely full, for you see..."
    "Some men hunt for sport
    others hunt for food.
    The only thing I'm hunting for
    is an outfit that looks good.
    See... my... vest! See my vest!
    Made from real gorilla's chest.
    Feel this sweater.
    There's no better than authentic Irish Setter.
    See this hat? T'was my cat.
    My evening wear - vampire bat.
    These white slippers are albino
    African endangered rhino.
    Grizzly bear underwear.
    Turtles' necks, I've got my share.
    Beret of poodle, on my noodle it shall rest.
    Try my red robin suit!
    It comes one breast or two!
    See my vest. See me vest. See my vest.
    Like my loafers? Former gofers.
    It was that, or skin my shoafers.
    But a greyhound fur tuxedo would be best.
    So let's prepare these dogs."
    Maid: "Kill two for matching clogs!"
    Burns: "See my vest. See my vest. Oh please, won't you see my vest?
    (spoken) I really like the vest."
    Smithers: "I gathered you."
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    atecom01

    [31]Jan 2, 2006
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    Anyone else have songs in the key of springfield? There are a lotta good songs on that one
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    ozziefan

    [32]Jan 3, 2006
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    Who needs the Kwik E Mart?

    Apu: You see, whether igloo, hut, or lean-to, or a geodesic
    dome, There's no structure I have been to, which I'd
    rather call my home.

    When I first arrived, you were all such jerks,
    But now I've come to looooooove your quirks.

    Maggie with her eyes so bright,
    Marge with hair by Frank Lloyd Wright,
    Lisa can philosophise, Bart's adept at spinning lies,
    Homer's a delightful fella, sorry 'bout the salmonella.
    Homer: Heh heh, that's OK.

    Apu: Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
    Now here comes the tricky part.
    Oh, won't you rhyme with me?
    Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
    Marge: Their floors are stick-E-Mart,
    Lisa: They made Dad sick-E-Mart,
    Bart: Let's hurl a brick-E-Mart,
    Homer: The Kwik-E-Mart is real... D\'oh!

    OFF: Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
    Apu: Not meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...[held for next three lines]
    OFF: Forget the Kwik-E-Mart,
    Goodbye to Kwik-E-Mart,
    Who needs the Kwik-E-mart?
    Apu: Not me.
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    isidroman

    [33]Jan 3, 2006
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    Marge, Homer, Lisa and Maggie walk past the sign on the Springfield
    % Elementary lawn: ``Fourth Grade Dance Recital, Tonight 7:30''
    % Leaning coolly against the sign are three hiply-dressed boys. Homer
    % is in a blue suit, Lisa in her pink gown; Marge and Maggie are
    % traditionally dressed. The family head up the walk to the main entrance,
    % joining many other parents doing the same. Lisa doesn't look too happy.
    %
    % Marge and Homer take their seats. Push in on the closed curtain.

    Bart: [o.s.] Come on, man! I can't wait! I an audience!

    % From behind the curtain pokes Bart's head, an arm, and a leg. The three
    % rise in unison up off the floor. Cut to backstage, where we see that
    % Richard and Milhouse are holding Bart up off the ground.

    Milhouse: Ugh! I'm hurting, Bart!

    % A green-sleeved arm yanks Bart away.

    Ms.K: Bart!

    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain.

    Ms.K: Don't worry, Bart. I'll tell your parents you took part.

    % She leaves.

    Bart: [moans]

    % The curtain opens to polite applause.

    Pr.S: [o.s.] Now, a group that needs no introduction: Your children.

    % A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance stodgily in unison.
    % From behind the crowd, Bart rises on his tiptoes and jumps. His
    % head becomes briefly visible as he reaches the apex of each jump.

    Bart: [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!
    [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!

    % Pull back to reveal Marge and Homer.

    Marge: Where's Bart?
    Homer: I dunno.

    % Backstage, Bart grimaces, then gets a sly grin. He reaches into his
    % jacket and produces a personal stereo. He goes to the reel-to-reel
    % tape deck and shuts it off, with the accompanying ``Huh?''s from the
    % audience. He then plugs the audio system into his portable tape deck.
    % Funky music issues forth. Ms. Krabappel and Principal Skinner do a
    % double-take. The kids look at each other, then to Ms. Krabappel, who
    % whispers...

    Ms.K: [whispers] Keep going! Keep going!

    % The kids shrug and continue their stodgy dance routine. In the audience,
    % the parents look at each other as if to say, ``Is this supposed to happen?''
    %
    % Bart's head slowly works its way through the crowd as Bart hums softly to
    % himself. A fist is raised high.

    Bart: Yo!

    % Bart pushes through and earns a spotlight. The kids stop their dancing.

    Bart: Hey, what's happening, dude?
    I'm the guy with the rep for being rude.

    % Marge, Lisa, Homer and Maggie watch, shocked.

    Bart: Terrorizing people wherever I go,
    It's not intentional, just keepin' the flow.

    % Bart takes off his jacket and GQ-ly drapes it over his shoulder.

    Bart: Fixin' test scores to get the best scores.

    % Bart tosses his jacket offstage, hitting Principal Skinner squarely in
    % the face.

    Bart: Droppin' banana peels all over the floor.

    % Skinner rushes for a filing cabinet and flips through it frantically.

    Bart: I'm the kid that made delinquency an art,

    % He finds Bart's disciplinary file.

    Bart: Last name Simpson, first name Bart.

    % Maggie sucks in time.

    Bart: I'm here today to introduce the next phase,
    The next step in the big Bart craze.

    % Bart does a sort-of moonwalk, except he goes nowhere. A crook slowly
    % approaches from behind...

    Bart: I've got a dance real easy to do.
    I learned it with no rhythm, and so can you.

    % Bart ducks in time as the crook is yanked hard. Cut to Principal Skinner
    % holding the crook; next to him stands Ms. Krabappel, who snaps her finger
    % in frustration.

    Bart: So move your body if you've got the notion,
    Front to back in a rock-like motion.
    Now that you've got it, if you think you can,
    Homer: D'oh!
    Bart: Do it to the music: That's the Bartman.

    % Bart dances off stage left. Lewis, Martin and Milhouse take center
    % stage, singing and dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Whoa!
    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out, man!

    % The entire audience of family members (except for Bart's) sway in their
    % seats.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Bartman!
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Uh-huh.

    % Ms. Krabappel unscrews a liquor flask and hands it to Principal Skinner.
    % He takes a swig, returns it, and shudders.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma!

    % Bart leads everyone out the front door of Springfield Elementary.
    % The three slick lookin' dudes watch.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoa.
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.

    % Zoom in on Bart as he spins, leading to an instant change of scene.
    % Bart, in his usual clothes, stands in the corner of a completely white
    % room.

    Bart: It wasn't long ago, just a couple of weeks,
    I got in trouble, yeah, pretty deep.
    Homer was yellin'...

    % Homer's shadow is cast. He yells...

    Homer: BART!

    % Marge's shadow also forms.

    Bart: Mom was too.

    % Pan over to Homer putting a spoonful of brown glop in his mouth as Marge
    % watches adoringly.

    Bart: Because I put mothballs in the beef stew.

    % Homer gags and spits out the glop onto the camera.
    %
    % Bart's mug shot is taken.

    Bart: Punishment time.

    % Flash! Now look to the side...

    Bart: In the air lurks gloom.

    % Flash! Thank you very much.
    %
    % Bart walks dejectedly down a black-and-white corridor as shadows of
    % arms pointing are cast on the wall.

    Bart: Sitting by myself, confined to my room.

    % Bart enters the room at the end of the hallway. Iron bars close behind
    % him. (*clang*)
    %
    % Bart lies, face down, on his bed, hardly happy.

    Bart: When all else fails, nothin' else left to do,
    I turn on the music, so I can feel the groove.

    % Bart lamely turns on the radio. The room brightens into color, and Bart
    % springs to life, dancing on tiptoe atop his bed.

    Bart: Whoooooa!
    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: I'm feelin' the groove now, baby!
    Bring it back...
    Bkgd: Front to back in a rock-like motion.

    % Bart does a flip off a giant poster of Krusty.

    Bart: Whoooooooa!
    Bkgd: Move you hips from side to side now.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, ...

    % Lisa pokes her head in the door.

    Bart: Whoa, Lisa.
    Bkgd: ... let your feet glide now.
    Bart: Ha!

    % Bart (with Lisa's help) is flung out the window into the night.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha!

    % Bart hops out the window into the night. He dances along the branch
    % of a tree...

    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha. Check it out, man.
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.

    % ... falls, then rights himself on a lower branch.

    Bart: If you can do the Bart, you're bad like Michael Jackson.

    % Bart falls from the branch...
    %
    % ... landing face-down on the streets of downtown Springfield. Behind
    % him, the three cool dudes dance, as Bart shakes his head and picks himself
    % up.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Everybody... Yeah, do the Bartman!

    % In New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and a ferryload of tourists
    % does the Bartman.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out!

    % Back to Springfield, Bart dances off stage left.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma! I'm bad!

    % The Eiffel Tower looming in the background, the Bartman storms Paris.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: I'm bad!

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (upside-down) from above.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Adil and the American spy dance as Germans do the Bartman through the
    % (now-crumbled) Berlin Wall.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (sideways) from screen right.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Bart leaps into frame.

    Bart: Now here's a dance beat that you can't deny.

    % Pull back a bit to reveal several more dancers. Begin wild dance sequence.
    %
    % Homer's head rises from underneath the manhole cover.

    Homer: Turn it down! Will you stop that infernal racket?!

    % Everybody yells in Homer's face...

    Bkgd: DO THE BARTMAN!

    % Pan upwards to Lisa playing her saxophone, silhouetted against the moon.
    % Time for the instrumental solo. Bart pops upward into frame, covering
    % his ears.

    Bart: Oh, my ears!
    Lisa, put the saxophone away!

    % Down below, Bart sneaks over to a `Springfield Dog Pound' truck, filled
    % with canines. With a mischievous grin...

    Bart: They can't catch me.

    % ... he opens the door, letting the hounds free.

    Bart: Ididn'tdoitnobodysawmedoityoucan'tproveanything.

    % Bart watches the dogs run off into the distance.

    Bart: Oop!

    % One tiny dog scoots out from behind Bart and runs away.

    Dog: Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark!

    % Bart looks to the side, where the three cool dudes stand, arms folded,
    % with a disapproving expression.
    %
    % Bart leads his friends marching down the street. Lisa and Bleedin'
    % Gums Murphy sit on a stoop playing the saxophone.

    Bart: Now I'm in the house, feeling good to be home,
    'Til Lisa starts blowing that damn saxophone.
    And if it was mine, you know they'd take it away,
    But still I'm feeling good, so that's okay.

    % Bart and friends walk past a store whose door is locked shut, gratings
    % locked across the window. The sign? ``Open 24 hours''.

    Bart: I'm up in my room, just a-singin' a song,
    Listen to the kick drum, kickin' along.
    Yeah, Lisa likes jazz. She's their number one fan,
    But I know I'm bad, 'cause I do the Bartman.

    % Begin freeze-frame delight. Bart and his pals skid into downtown
    % Springfield, where a large crowd has already gathered. Lots of dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Hey, everybody!

    % Geza. Assorted desert folks (and their camel) do an Egyptian version
    % of the Bartman in front of the pyramids.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Need I remind you?

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ooh. I... am...
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Bart... man. Hulp!

    % The Bartman is danced atop the Great Wall of China.

    Bart: Shake it out.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Back to Springfield.
    % Bart leans into frame holding a pay phone to his ear.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Moe's Tavern. The patrons shake their tushes while still seated.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Barney leads the bar denizens out into the street.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Of all people, Ms. Krabappel leads a conga line. (The SNPP cooling
    % towers loom in the background.)

    Bart: She can do it, he can do it, so can I.

    % Bart rides on a golf cart inside SNPP as assorted employees (some in
    % radiation suits, some not) do the Bartman. The cart driver munches
    % a donut.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, wop-bop-bop!
    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Dabba doo, dabba doo, dab it!
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.
    Bart: Dabba doo. Dabba doo.

    % In the workers' distraction, a glowing plutonium rod slips from its
    % holder.
    %
    % Flash!
    %
    % Bart's skeleton rises into frame. The picture fades back to normal
    % and we get to see a normal Bart.

    Bart: Hee, hee, hee.

    % Bart raises a remote control.

    Bart: I'm the Bartman.

    % Click!
    %
    % Krusty hawks ``Krusty Brand Pork Products'' as his ham and bacon
    % sprout arms and legs and dance on the grill.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Krusty: Wuh-huh-huh-huh-huh!
    Bart: Swing it, baby.

    % Pull back. It's the television set in Sideshow Bob's cell, who sits
    % angrily as the other prisoners dance in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Hulp!

    % Back to Sideshow Bob's TV set, which now shows Itchy and Scratchy.
    % Itchy hits Scratchy with a club, Scratchy strikes back with a mallet.
    % (Backwards relative to the I&S title sequence.)

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ha, ha, ha!

    % They then both discard their weapons and each hold out a lit bomb.
    % The bombs explode simultaneously, leaving their skeletons behind.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Oh, yeah!

    % Kent Brockman silently reads the news as Bart gleefully skids past.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % The inset of people dancing on Springfield town square fills the screen.

    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: You call that dancing? Ha!

    % Monty Burns dances in the street.

    Bkgd: Shake your body 'til ya got the right emotion.

    % Oops, sorry. Monty Burns is actually being manipulated by four
    % hired hands (and feet).

    Bart: Watch this move.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Jacques waltzes past with Helen, who turns into Princess Cashmere,
    % then turns into some other woman, then turns into... Karl! Only
    % after dancing several more steps does Jacques react.

    Bkgd: Shake your hips from side to side now.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: [dancing offscreen]
    Ooh, uh, uh, ugh, ugh, hup, hup. Yeah!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, let your feet glide now.
    Do the Bartman.

    % Reverend Lovejoy and Satan dance next to each other in the street.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha! Swing it!

    % Homer, Marge, Lisa and Maggie do the Simpsons Shuffle as the statue of
    % Jebediah Springfield waves in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body in the time with the music.
    Do the Bartman.
    You just might start a chain reaction.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Eat your heart out, Michael!

    % Springfield town square is packed with people dancing.
    %
    % Bart is tossed into the air by an adoring crowd...

    Bart: Whoop!

    % ... and he lands on his feet, dancing wildly all the while.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha!

    % Bart's orange shirt and shorts quickly dissolve into his blue suit.
    % The music suddenly stops, Bart's laugh echoing by itself, as a
    % green sleeve yanks Bart out of the town square.
    %
    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain. She then walks away.

    Bart: [disappointed] Oh, wow, man.

    % The curtain opens. A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance
    % stodgily in unison.
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    Hungry_Homer111

    [34]Jan 3, 2006
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    Can you name the truck with four-wheel drive,
    smells like a steak, and seats thirty-five?
    Canyonero! Canyonero!
    Hey, hey!
    Twelve yards long, two lanes wide,
    sixty-five tons of American pride!
    Canyonero! Canyonero!
    Top of the line in utility sports,
    unexplained fires are a matter for the courts!
    Canyonero! Canyonero!
    She blinds everybody with her super high-beams.
    She's a squirrel-smahin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine
    Canyonero! Canyonero! Canyonero!
    Whoa, Canyonero! Whoa!
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    [35]Jan 3, 2006
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    isidroman wrote:
    Marge, Homer, Lisa and Maggie walk past the sign on the Springfield
    % Elementary lawn: ``Fourth Grade Dance Recital, Tonight 7:30''
    % Leaning coolly against the sign are three hiply-dressed boys. Homer
    % is in a blue suit, Lisa in her pink gown; Marge and Maggie are
    % traditionally dressed. The family head up the walk to the main entrance,
    % joining many other parents doing the same. Lisa doesn't look too happy.
    %
    % Marge and Homer take their seats. Push in on the closed curtain.

    Bart: [o.s.] Come on, man! I can't wait! I an audience!

    % From behind the curtain pokes Bart's head, an arm, and a leg. The three
    % rise in unison up off the floor. Cut to backstage, where we see that
    % Richard and Milhouse are holding Bart up off the ground.

    Milhouse: Ugh! I'm hurting, Bart!

    % A green-sleeved arm yanks Bart away.

    Ms.K: Bart!

    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain.

    Ms.K: Don't worry, Bart. I'll tell your parents you took part.

    % She leaves.

    Bart: [moans]

    % The curtain opens to polite applause.

    Pr.S: [o.s.] Now, a group that needs no introduction: Your children.

    % A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance stodgily in unison.
    % From behind the crowd, Bart rises on his tiptoes and jumps. His
    % head becomes briefly visible as he reaches the apex of each jump.

    Bart: [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!
    [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!

    % Pull back to reveal Marge and Homer.

    Marge: Where's Bart?
    Homer: I dunno.

    % Backstage, Bart grimaces, then gets a sly grin. He reaches into his
    % jacket and produces a personal stereo. He goes to the reel-to-reel
    % tape deck and shuts it off, with the accompanying ``Huh?''s from the
    % audience. He then plugs the audio system into his portable tape deck.
    % Funky music issues forth. Ms. Krabappel and Principal Skinner do a
    % double-take. The kids look at each other, then to Ms. Krabappel, who
    % whispers...

    Ms.K: [whispers] Keep going! Keep going!

    % The kids shrug and continue their stodgy dance routine. In the audience,
    % the parents look at each other as if to say, ``Is this supposed to happen?''
    %
    % Bart's head slowly works its way through the crowd as Bart hums softly to
    % himself. A fist is raised high.

    Bart: Yo!

    % Bart pushes through and earns a spotlight. The kids stop their dancing.

    Bart: Hey, what's happening, dude?
    I'm the guy with the rep for being rude.

    % Marge, Lisa, Homer and Maggie watch, shocked.

    Bart: Terrorizing people wherever I go,
    It's not intentional, just keepin' the flow.

    % Bart takes off his jacket and GQ-ly drapes it over his shoulder.

    Bart: Fixin' test scores to get the best scores.

    % Bart tosses his jacket offstage, hitting Principal Skinner squarely in
    % the face.

    Bart: Droppin' banana peels all over the floor.

    % Skinner rushes for a filing cabinet and flips through it frantically.

    Bart: I'm the kid that made delinquency an art,

    % He finds Bart's disciplinary file.

    Bart: Last name Simpson, first name Bart.

    % Maggie sucks in time.

    Bart: I'm here today to introduce the next phase,
    The next step in the big Bart craze.

    % Bart does a sort-of moonwalk, except he goes nowhere. A crook slowly
    % approaches from behind...

    Bart: I've got a dance real easy to do.
    I learned it with no rhythm, and so can you.

    % Bart ducks in time as the crook is yanked hard. Cut to Principal Skinner
    % holding the crook; next to him stands Ms. Krabappel, who snaps her finger
    % in frustration.

    Bart: So move your body if you've got the notion,
    Front to back in a rock-like motion.
    Now that you've got it, if you think you can,
    Homer: D'oh!
    Bart: Do it to the music: That's the Bartman.

    % Bart dances off stage left. Lewis, Martin and Milhouse take center
    % stage, singing and dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Whoa!
    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out, man!

    % The entire audience of family members (except for Bart's) sway in their
    % seats.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Bartman!
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Uh-huh.

    % Ms. Krabappel unscrews a liquor flask and hands it to Principal Skinner.
    % He takes a swig, returns it, and shudders.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma!

    % Bart leads everyone out the front door of Springfield Elementary.
    % The three slick lookin' dudes watch.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoa.
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.

    % Zoom in on Bart as he spins, leading to an instant change of scene.
    % Bart, in his usual clothes, stands in the corner of a completely white
    % room.

    Bart: It wasn't long ago, just a couple of weeks,
    I got in trouble, yeah, pretty deep.
    Homer was yellin'...

    % Homer's shadow is cast. He yells...

    Homer: BART!

    % Marge's shadow also forms.

    Bart: Mom was too.

    % Pan over to Homer putting a spoonful of brown glop in his mouth as Marge
    % watches adoringly.

    Bart: Because I put mothballs in the beef stew.

    % Homer gags and spits out the glop onto the camera.
    %
    % Bart's mug shot is taken.

    Bart: Punishment time.

    % Flash! Now look to the side...

    Bart: In the air lurks gloom.

    % Flash! Thank you very much.
    %
    % Bart walks dejectedly down a black-and-white corridor as shadows of
    % arms pointing are cast on the wall.

    Bart: Sitting by myself, confined to my room.

    % Bart enters the room at the end of the hallway. Iron bars close behind
    % him. (*clang*)
    %
    % Bart lies, face down, on his bed, hardly happy.

    Bart: When all else fails, nothin' else left to do,
    I turn on the music, so I can feel the groove.

    % Bart lamely turns on the radio. The room brightens into color, and Bart
    % springs to life, dancing on tiptoe atop his bed.

    Bart: Whoooooa!
    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: I'm feelin' the groove now, baby!
    Bring it back...
    Bkgd: Front to back in a rock-like motion.

    % Bart does a flip off a giant poster of Krusty.

    Bart: Whoooooooa!
    Bkgd: Move you hips from side to side now.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, ...

    % Lisa pokes her head in the door.

    Bart: Whoa, Lisa.
    Bkgd: ... let your feet glide now.
    Bart: Ha!

    % Bart (with Lisa's help) is flung out the window into the night.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha!

    % Bart hops out the window into the night. He dances along the branch
    % of a tree...

    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha. Check it out, man.
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.

    % ... falls, then rights himself on a lower branch.

    Bart: If you can do the Bart, you're bad like Michael Jackson.

    % Bart falls from the branch...
    %
    % ... landing face-down on the streets of downtown Springfield. Behind
    % him, the three cool dudes dance, as Bart shakes his head and picks himself
    % up.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Everybody... Yeah, do the Bartman!

    % In New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and a ferryload of tourists
    % does the Bartman.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out!

    % Back to Springfield, Bart dances off stage left.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma! I'm bad!

    % The Eiffel Tower looming in the background, the Bartman storms Paris.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: I'm bad!

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (upside-down) from above.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Adil and the American spy dance as Germans do the Bartman through the
    % (now-crumbled) Berlin Wall.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (sideways) from screen right.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Bart leaps into frame.

    Bart: Now here's a dance beat that you can't deny.

    % Pull back a bit to reveal several more dancers. Begin wild dance sequence.
    %
    % Homer's head rises from underneath the manhole cover.

    Homer: Turn it down! Will you stop that infernal racket?!

    % Everybody yells in Homer's face...

    Bkgd: DO THE BARTMAN!

    % Pan upwards to Lisa playing her saxophone, silhouetted against the moon.
    % Time for the instrumental solo. Bart pops upward into frame, covering
    % his ears.

    Bart: Oh, my ears!
    Lisa, put the saxophone away!

    % Down below, Bart sneaks over to a `Springfield Dog Pound' truck, filled
    % with canines. With a mischievous grin...

    Bart: They can't catch me.

    % ... he opens the door, letting the hounds free.

    Bart: Ididn'tdoitnobodysawmedoityoucan'tproveanything.

    % Bart watches the dogs run off into the distance.

    Bart: Oop!

    % One tiny dog scoots out from behind Bart and runs away.

    Dog: Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark!

    % Bart looks to the side, where the three cool dudes stand, arms folded,
    % with a disapproving expression.
    %
    % Bart leads his friends marching down the street. Lisa and Bleedin'
    % Gums Murphy sit on a stoop playing the saxophone.

    Bart: Now I'm in the house, feeling good to be home,
    'Til Lisa starts blowing that damn saxophone.
    And if it was mine, you know they'd take it away,
    But still I'm feeling good, so that's okay.

    % Bart and friends walk past a store whose door is locked shut, gratings
    % locked across the window. The sign? ``Open 24 hours''.

    Bart: I'm up in my room, just a-singin' a song,
    Listen to the kick drum, kickin' along.
    Yeah, Lisa likes jazz. She's their number one fan,
    But I know I'm bad, 'cause I do the Bartman.

    % Begin freeze-frame delight. Bart and his pals skid into downtown
    % Springfield, where a large crowd has already gathered. Lots of dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Hey, everybody!

    % Geza. Assorted desert folks (and their camel) do an Egyptian version
    % of the Bartman in front of the pyramids.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Need I remind you?

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ooh. I... am...
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Bart... man. Hulp!

    % The Bartman is danced atop the Great Wall of China.

    Bart: Shake it out.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Back to Springfield.
    % Bart leans into frame holding a pay phone to his ear.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Moe's Tavern. The patrons shake their tushes while still seated.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Barney leads the bar denizens out into the street.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Of all people, Ms. Krabappel leads a conga line. (The SNPP cooling
    % towers loom in the background.)

    Bart: She can do it, he can do it, so can I.

    % Bart rides on a golf cart inside SNPP as assorted employees (some in
    % radiation suits, some not) do the Bartman. The cart driver munches
    % a donut.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, wop-bop-bop!
    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Dabba doo, dabba doo, dab it!
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.
    Bart: Dabba doo. Dabba doo.

    % In the workers' distraction, a glowing plutonium rod slips from its
    % holder.
    %
    % Flash!
    %
    % Bart's skeleton rises into frame. The picture fades back to normal
    % and we get to see a normal Bart.

    Bart: Hee, hee, hee.

    % Bart raises a remote control.

    Bart: I'm the Bartman.

    % Click!
    %
    % Krusty hawks ``Krusty Brand Pork Products'' as his ham and bacon
    % sprout arms and legs and dance on the grill.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Krusty: Wuh-huh-huh-huh-huh!
    Bart: Swing it, baby.

    % Pull back. It's the television set in Sideshow Bob's cell, who sits
    % angrily as the other prisoners dance in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Hulp!

    % Back to Sideshow Bob's TV set, which now shows Itchy and Scratchy.
    % Itchy hits Scratchy with a club, Scratchy strikes back with a mallet.
    % (Backwards relative to the I&S title sequence.)

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ha, ha, ha!

    % They then both discard their weapons and each hold out a lit bomb.
    % The bombs explode simultaneously, leaving their skeletons behind.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Oh, yeah!

    % Kent Brockman silently reads the news as Bart gleefully skids past.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % The inset of people dancing on Springfield town square fills the screen.

    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: You call that dancing? Ha!

    % Monty Burns dances in the street.

    Bkgd: Shake your body 'til ya got the right emotion.

    % Oops, sorry. Monty Burns is actually being manipulated by four
    % hired hands (and feet).

    Bart: Watch this move.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Jacques waltzes past with Helen, who turns into Princess Cashmere,
    % then turns into some other woman, then turns into... Karl! Only
    % after dancing several more steps does Jacques react.

    Bkgd: Shake your hips from side to side now.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: [dancing offscreen]
    Ooh, uh, uh, ugh, ugh, hup, hup. Yeah!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, let your feet glide now.
    Do the Bartman.

    % Reverend Lovejoy and Satan dance next to each other in the street.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha! Swing it!

    % Homer, Marge, Lisa and Maggie do the Simpsons Shuffle as the statue of
    % Jebediah Springfield waves in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body in the time with the music.
    Do the Bartman.
    You just might start a chain reaction.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Eat your heart out, Michael!

    % Springfield town square is packed with people dancing.
    %
    % Bart is tossed into the air by an adoring crowd...

    Bart: Whoop!

    % ... and he lands on his feet, dancing wildly all the while.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha!

    % Bart's orange shirt and shorts quickly dissolve into his blue suit.
    % The music suddenly stops, Bart's laugh echoing by itself, as a
    % green sleeve yanks Bart out of the town square.
    %
    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain. She then walks away.

    Bart: [disappointed] Oh, wow, man.

    % The curtain opens. A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance
    % stodgily in unison.


    Wow.
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    soundsofsilence

    [36]Jan 4, 2006
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    Hungry_Homer111 wrote:
    isidroman wrote:
    Marge, Homer, Lisa and Maggie walk past the sign on the Springfield
    % Elementary lawn: ``Fourth Grade Dance Recital, Tonight 7:30''
    % Leaning coolly against the sign are three hiply-dressed boys. Homer
    % is in a blue suit, Lisa in her pink gown; Marge and Maggie are
    % traditionally dressed. The family head up the walk to the main entrance,
    % joining many other parents doing the same. Lisa doesn't look too happy.
    %
    % Marge and Homer take their seats. Push in on the closed curtain.

    Bart: [o.s.] Come on, man! I can't wait! I an audience!

    % From behind the curtain pokes Bart's head, an arm, and a leg. The three
    % rise in unison up off the floor. Cut to backstage, where we see that
    % Richard and Milhouse are holding Bart up off the ground.

    Milhouse: Ugh! I'm hurting, Bart!

    % A green-sleeved arm yanks Bart away.

    Ms.K: Bart!

    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain.

    Ms.K: Don't worry, Bart. I'll tell your parents you took part.

    % She leaves.

    Bart: [moans]

    % The curtain opens to polite applause.

    Pr.S: [o.s.] Now, a group that needs no introduction: Your children.

    % A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance stodgily in unison.
    % From behind the crowd, Bart rises on his tiptoes and jumps. His
    % head becomes briefly visible as he reaches the apex of each jump.

    Bart: [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!
    [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!

    % Pull back to reveal Marge and Homer.

    Marge: Where's Bart?
    Homer: I dunno.

    % Backstage, Bart grimaces, then gets a sly grin. He reaches into his
    % jacket and produces a personal stereo. He goes to the reel-to-reel
    % tape deck and shuts it off, with the accompanying ``Huh?''s from the
    % audience. He then plugs the audio system into his portable tape deck.
    % Funky music issues forth. Ms. Krabappel and Principal Skinner do a
    % double-take. The kids look at each other, then to Ms. Krabappel, who
    % whispers...

    Ms.K: [whispers] Keep going! Keep going!

    % The kids shrug and continue their stodgy dance routine. In the audience,
    % the parents look at each other as if to say, ``Is this supposed to happen?''
    %
    % Bart's head slowly works its way through the crowd as Bart hums softly to
    % himself. A fist is raised high.

    Bart: Yo!

    % Bart pushes through and earns a spotlight. The kids stop their dancing.

    Bart: Hey, what's happening, dude?
    I'm the guy with the rep for being rude.

    % Marge, Lisa, Homer and Maggie watch, shocked.

    Bart: Terrorizing people wherever I go,
    It's not intentional, just keepin' the flow.

    % Bart takes off his jacket and GQ-ly drapes it over his shoulder.

    Bart: Fixin' test scores to get the best scores.

    % Bart tosses his jacket offstage, hitting Principal Skinner squarely in
    % the face.

    Bart: Droppin' banana peels all over the floor.

    % Skinner rushes for a filing cabinet and flips through it frantically.

    Bart: I'm the kid that made delinquency an art,

    % He finds Bart's disciplinary file.

    Bart: Last name Simpson, first name Bart.

    % Maggie sucks in time.

    Bart: I'm here today to introduce the next phase,
    The next step in the big Bart craze.

    % Bart does a sort-of moonwalk, except he goes nowhere. A crook slowly
    % approaches from behind...

    Bart: I've got a dance real easy to do.
    I learned it with no rhythm, and so can you.

    % Bart ducks in time as the crook is yanked hard. Cut to Principal Skinner
    % holding the crook; next to him stands Ms. Krabappel, who snaps her finger
    % in frustration.

    Bart: So move your body if you've got the notion,
    Front to back in a rock-like motion.
    Now that you've got it, if you think you can,
    Homer: D'oh!
    Bart: Do it to the music: That's the Bartman.

    % Bart dances off stage left. Lewis, Martin and Milhouse take center
    % stage, singing and dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Whoa!
    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out, man!

    % The entire audience of family members (except for Bart's) sway in their
    % seats.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Bartman!
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Uh-huh.

    % Ms. Krabappel unscrews a liquor flask and hands it to Principal Skinner.
    % He takes a swig, returns it, and shudders.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma!

    % Bart leads everyone out the front door of Springfield Elementary.
    % The three slick lookin' dudes watch.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoa.
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.

    % Zoom in on Bart as he spins, leading to an instant change of scene.
    % Bart, in his usual clothes, stands in the corner of a completely white
    % room.

    Bart: It wasn't long ago, just a couple of weeks,
    I got in trouble, yeah, pretty deep.
    Homer was yellin'...

    % Homer's shadow is cast. He yells...

    Homer: BART!

    % Marge's shadow also forms.

    Bart: Mom was too.

    % Pan over to Homer putting a spoonful of brown glop in his mouth as Marge
    % watches adoringly.

    Bart: Because I put mothballs in the beef stew.

    % Homer gags and spits out the glop onto the camera.
    %
    % Bart's mug shot is taken.

    Bart: Punishment time.

    % Flash! Now look to the side...

    Bart: In the air lurks gloom.

    % Flash! Thank you very much.
    %
    % Bart walks dejectedly down a black-and-white corridor as shadows of
    % arms pointing are cast on the wall.

    Bart: Sitting by myself, confined to my room.

    % Bart enters the room at the end of the hallway. Iron bars close behind
    % him. (*clang*)
    %
    % Bart lies, face down, on his bed, hardly happy.

    Bart: When all else fails, nothin' else left to do,
    I turn on the music, so I can feel the groove.

    % Bart lamely turns on the radio. The room brightens into color, and Bart
    % springs to life, dancing on tiptoe atop his bed.

    Bart: Whoooooa!
    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: I'm feelin' the groove now, baby!
    Bring it back...
    Bkgd: Front to back in a rock-like motion.

    % Bart does a flip off a giant poster of Krusty.

    Bart: Whoooooooa!
    Bkgd: Move you hips from side to side now.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, ...

    % Lisa pokes her head in the door.

    Bart: Whoa, Lisa.
    Bkgd: ... let your feet glide now.
    Bart: Ha!

    % Bart (with Lisa's help) is flung out the window into the night.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha!

    % Bart hops out the window into the night. He dances along the branch
    % of a tree...

    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha. Check it out, man.
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.

    % ... falls, then rights himself on a lower branch.

    Bart: If you can do the Bart, you're bad like Michael Jackson.

    % Bart falls from the branch...
    %
    % ... landing face-down on the streets of downtown Springfield. Behind
    % him, the three cool dudes dance, as Bart shakes his head and picks himself
    % up.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Everybody... Yeah, do the Bartman!

    % In New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and a ferryload of tourists
    % does the Bartman.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out!

    % Back to Springfield, Bart dances off stage left.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma! I'm bad!

    % The Eiffel Tower looming in the background, the Bartman storms Paris.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: I'm bad!

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (upside-down) from above.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Adil and the American spy dance as Germans do the Bartman through the
    % (now-crumbled) Berlin Wall.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (sideways) from screen right.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Bart leaps into frame.

    Bart: Now here's a dance beat that you can't deny.

    % Pull back a bit to reveal several more dancers. Begin wild dance sequence.
    %
    % Homer's head rises from underneath the manhole cover.

    Homer: Turn it down! Will you stop that infernal racket?!

    % Everybody yells in Homer's face...

    Bkgd: DO THE BARTMAN!

    % Pan upwards to Lisa playing her saxophone, silhouetted against the moon.
    % Time for the instrumental solo. Bart pops upward into frame, covering
    % his ears.

    Bart: Oh, my ears!
    Lisa, put the saxophone away!

    % Down below, Bart sneaks over to a `Springfield Dog Pound' truck, filled
    % with canines. With a mischievous grin...

    Bart: They can't catch me.

    % ... he opens the door, letting the hounds free.

    Bart: Ididn'tdoitnobodysawmedoityoucan'tproveanything.

    % Bart watches the dogs run off into the distance.

    Bart: Oop!

    % One tiny dog scoots out from behind Bart and runs away.

    Dog: Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark!

    % Bart looks to the side, where the three cool dudes stand, arms folded,
    % with a disapproving expression.
    %
    % Bart leads his friends marching down the street. Lisa and Bleedin'
    % Gums Murphy sit on a stoop playing the saxophone.

    Bart: Now I'm in the house, feeling good to be home,
    'Til Lisa starts blowing that damn saxophone.
    And if it was mine, you know they'd take it away,
    But still I'm feeling good, so that's okay.

    % Bart and friends walk past a store whose door is locked shut, gratings
    % locked across the window. The sign? ``Open 24 hours''.

    Bart: I'm up in my room, just a-singin' a song,
    Listen to the kick drum, kickin' along.
    Yeah, Lisa likes jazz. She's their number one fan,
    But I know I'm bad, 'cause I do the Bartman.

    % Begin freeze-frame delight. Bart and his pals skid into downtown
    % Springfield, where a large crowd has already gathered. Lots of dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Hey, everybody!

    % Geza. Assorted desert folks (and their camel) do an Egyptian version
    % of the Bartman in front of the pyramids.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Need I remind you?

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ooh. I... am...
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Bart... man. Hulp!

    % The Bartman is danced atop the Great Wall of China.

    Bart: Shake it out.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Back to Springfield.
    % Bart leans into frame holding a pay phone to his ear.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Moe's Tavern. The patrons shake their tushes while still seated.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Barney leads the bar denizens out into the street.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Of all people, Ms. Krabappel leads a conga line. (The SNPP cooling
    % towers loom in the background.)

    Bart: She can do it, he can do it, so can I.

    % Bart rides on a golf cart inside SNPP as assorted employees (some in
    % radiation suits, some not) do the Bartman. The cart driver munches
    % a donut.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, wop-bop-bop!
    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Dabba doo, dabba doo, dab it!
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.
    Bart: Dabba doo. Dabba doo.

    % In the workers' distraction, a glowing plutonium rod slips from its
    % holder.
    %
    % Flash!
    %
    % Bart's skeleton rises into frame. The picture fades back to normal
    % and we get to see a normal Bart.

    Bart: Hee, hee, hee.

    % Bart raises a remote control.

    Bart: I'm the Bartman.

    % Click!
    %
    % Krusty hawks ``Krusty Brand Pork Products'' as his ham and bacon
    % sprout arms and legs and dance on the grill.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Krusty: Wuh-huh-huh-huh-huh!
    Bart: Swing it, baby.

    % Pull back. It's the television set in Sideshow Bob's cell, who sits
    % angrily as the other prisoners dance in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Hulp!

    % Back to Sideshow Bob's TV set, which now shows Itchy and Scratchy.
    % Itchy hits Scratchy with a club, Scratchy strikes back with a mallet.
    % (Backwards relative to the I&S title sequence.)

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ha, ha, ha!

    % They then both discard their weapons and each hold out a lit bomb.
    % The bombs explode simultaneously, leaving their skeletons behind.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Oh, yeah!

    % Kent Brockman silently reads the news as Bart gleefully skids past.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % The inset of people dancing on Springfield town square fills the screen.

    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: You call that dancing? Ha!

    % Monty Burns dances in the street.

    Bkgd: Shake your body 'til ya got the right emotion.

    % Oops, sorry. Monty Burns is actually being manipulated by four
    % hired hands (and feet).

    Bart: Watch this move.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Jacques waltzes past with Helen, who turns into Princess Cashmere,
    % then turns into some other woman, then turns into... Karl! Only
    % after dancing several more steps does Jacques react.

    Bkgd: Shake your hips from side to side now.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: [dancing offscreen]
    Ooh, uh, uh, ugh, ugh, hup, hup. Yeah!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, let your feet glide now.
    Do the Bartman.

    % Reverend Lovejoy and Satan dance next to each other in the street.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha! Swing it!

    % Homer, Marge, Lisa and Maggie do the Simpsons Shuffle as the statue of
    % Jebediah Springfield waves in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body in the time with the music.
    Do the Bartman.
    You just might start a chain reaction.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Eat your heart out, Michael!

    % Springfield town square is packed with people dancing.
    %
    % Bart is tossed into the air by an adoring crowd...

    Bart: Whoop!

    % ... and he lands on his feet, dancing wildly all the while.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha!

    % Bart's orange shirt and shorts quickly dissolve into his blue suit.
    % The music suddenly stops, Bart's laugh echoing by itself, as a
    % green sleeve yanks Bart out of the town square.
    %
    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain. She then walks away.

    Bart: [disappointed] Oh, wow, man.

    % The curtain opens. A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance
    % stodgily in unison.


    Wow.
    love that song.
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  • Avatar of Hungry_Homer111

    Hungry_Homer111

    [37]Jan 4, 2006
    • member since: 11/22/05
    • level: 26
    • rank: Bow Flex
    • posts: 5,528
    soundsofsilence wrote:
    Hungry_Homer111 wrote:
    isidroman wrote:
    Marge, Homer, Lisa and Maggie walk past the sign on the Springfield
    % Elementary lawn: ``Fourth Grade Dance Recital, Tonight 7:30''
    % Leaning coolly against the sign are three hiply-dressed boys. Homer
    % is in a blue suit, Lisa in her pink gown; Marge and Maggie are
    % traditionally dressed. The family head up the walk to the main entrance,
    % joining many other parents doing the same. Lisa doesn't look too happy.
    %
    % Marge and Homer take their seats. Push in on the closed curtain.

    Bart: [o.s.] Come on, man! I can't wait! I an audience!

    % From behind the curtain pokes Bart's head, an arm, and a leg. The three
    % rise in unison up off the floor. Cut to backstage, where we see that
    % Richard and Milhouse are holding Bart up off the ground.

    Milhouse: Ugh! I'm hurting, Bart!

    % A green-sleeved arm yanks Bart away.

    Ms.K: Bart!

    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain.

    Ms.K: Don't worry, Bart. I'll tell your parents you took part.

    % She leaves.

    Bart: [moans]

    % The curtain opens to polite applause.

    Pr.S: [o.s.] Now, a group that needs no introduction: Your children.

    % A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance stodgily in unison.
    % From behind the crowd, Bart rises on his tiptoes and jumps. His
    % head becomes briefly visible as he reaches the apex of each jump.

    Bart: [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!
    [jump] Mom!
    [jump] Homer!

    % Pull back to reveal Marge and Homer.

    Marge: Where's Bart?
    Homer: I dunno.

    % Backstage, Bart grimaces, then gets a sly grin. He reaches into his
    % jacket and produces a personal stereo. He goes to the reel-to-reel
    % tape deck and shuts it off, with the accompanying ``Huh?''s from the
    % audience. He then plugs the audio system into his portable tape deck.
    % Funky music issues forth. Ms. Krabappel and Principal Skinner do a
    % double-take. The kids look at each other, then to Ms. Krabappel, who
    % whispers...

    Ms.K: [whispers] Keep going! Keep going!

    % The kids shrug and continue their stodgy dance routine. In the audience,
    % the parents look at each other as if to say, ``Is this supposed to happen?''
    %
    % Bart's head slowly works its way through the crowd as Bart hums softly to
    % himself. A fist is raised high.

    Bart: Yo!

    % Bart pushes through and earns a spotlight. The kids stop their dancing.

    Bart: Hey, what's happening, dude?
    I'm the guy with the rep for being rude.

    % Marge, Lisa, Homer and Maggie watch, shocked.

    Bart: Terrorizing people wherever I go,
    It's not intentional, just keepin' the flow.

    % Bart takes off his jacket and GQ-ly drapes it over his shoulder.

    Bart: Fixin' test scores to get the best scores.

    % Bart tosses his jacket offstage, hitting Principal Skinner squarely in
    % the face.

    Bart: Droppin' banana peels all over the floor.

    % Skinner rushes for a filing cabinet and flips through it frantically.

    Bart: I'm the kid that made delinquency an art,

    % He finds Bart's disciplinary file.

    Bart: Last name Simpson, first name Bart.

    % Maggie sucks in time.

    Bart: I'm here today to introduce the next phase,
    The next step in the big Bart craze.

    % Bart does a sort-of moonwalk, except he goes nowhere. A crook slowly
    % approaches from behind...

    Bart: I've got a dance real easy to do.
    I learned it with no rhythm, and so can you.

    % Bart ducks in time as the crook is yanked hard. Cut to Principal Skinner
    % holding the crook; next to him stands Ms. Krabappel, who snaps her finger
    % in frustration.

    Bart: So move your body if you've got the notion,
    Front to back in a rock-like motion.
    Now that you've got it, if you think you can,
    Homer: D'oh!
    Bart: Do it to the music: That's the Bartman.

    % Bart dances off stage left. Lewis, Martin and Milhouse take center
    % stage, singing and dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Whoa!
    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out, man!

    % The entire audience of family members (except for Bart's) sway in their
    % seats.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Bartman!
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Uh-huh.

    % Ms. Krabappel unscrews a liquor flask and hands it to Principal Skinner.
    % He takes a swig, returns it, and shudders.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma!

    % Bart leads everyone out the front door of Springfield Elementary.
    % The three slick lookin' dudes watch.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoa.
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.

    % Zoom in on Bart as he spins, leading to an instant change of scene.
    % Bart, in his usual clothes, stands in the corner of a completely white
    % room.

    Bart: It wasn't long ago, just a couple of weeks,
    I got in trouble, yeah, pretty deep.
    Homer was yellin'...

    % Homer's shadow is cast. He yells...

    Homer: BART!

    % Marge's shadow also forms.

    Bart: Mom was too.

    % Pan over to Homer putting a spoonful of brown glop in his mouth as Marge
    % watches adoringly.

    Bart: Because I put mothballs in the beef stew.

    % Homer gags and spits out the glop onto the camera.
    %
    % Bart's mug shot is taken.

    Bart: Punishment time.

    % Flash! Now look to the side...

    Bart: In the air lurks gloom.

    % Flash! Thank you very much.
    %
    % Bart walks dejectedly down a black-and-white corridor as shadows of
    % arms pointing are cast on the wall.

    Bart: Sitting by myself, confined to my room.

    % Bart enters the room at the end of the hallway. Iron bars close behind
    % him. (*clang*)
    %
    % Bart lies, face down, on his bed, hardly happy.

    Bart: When all else fails, nothin' else left to do,
    I turn on the music, so I can feel the groove.

    % Bart lamely turns on the radio. The room brightens into color, and Bart
    % springs to life, dancing on tiptoe atop his bed.

    Bart: Whoooooa!
    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: I'm feelin' the groove now, baby!
    Bring it back...
    Bkgd: Front to back in a rock-like motion.

    % Bart does a flip off a giant poster of Krusty.

    Bart: Whoooooooa!
    Bkgd: Move you hips from side to side now.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, ...

    % Lisa pokes her head in the door.

    Bart: Whoa, Lisa.
    Bkgd: ... let your feet glide now.
    Bart: Ha!

    % Bart (with Lisa's help) is flung out the window into the night.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha!

    % Bart hops out the window into the night. He dances along the branch
    % of a tree...

    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha. Check it out, man.
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.

    % ... falls, then rights himself on a lower branch.

    Bart: If you can do the Bart, you're bad like Michael Jackson.

    % Bart falls from the branch...
    %
    % ... landing face-down on the streets of downtown Springfield. Behind
    % him, the three cool dudes dance, as Bart shakes his head and picks himself
    % up.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Everybody... Yeah, do the Bartman!

    % In New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and a ferryload of tourists
    % does the Bartman.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Shake it out!

    % Back to Springfield, Bart dances off stage left.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Whoooooooooa, momma! I'm bad!

    % The Eiffel Tower looming in the background, the Bartman storms Paris.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: I'm bad!

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (upside-down) from above.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Adil and the American spy dance as Germans do the Bartman through the
    % (now-crumbled) Berlin Wall.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Bart's head pokes in (sideways) from screen right.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Bart leaps into frame.

    Bart: Now here's a dance beat that you can't deny.

    % Pull back a bit to reveal several more dancers. Begin wild dance sequence.
    %
    % Homer's head rises from underneath the manhole cover.

    Homer: Turn it down! Will you stop that infernal racket?!

    % Everybody yells in Homer's face...

    Bkgd: DO THE BARTMAN!

    % Pan upwards to Lisa playing her saxophone, silhouetted against the moon.
    % Time for the instrumental solo. Bart pops upward into frame, covering
    % his ears.

    Bart: Oh, my ears!
    Lisa, put the saxophone away!

    % Down below, Bart sneaks over to a `Springfield Dog Pound' truck, filled
    % with canines. With a mischievous grin...

    Bart: They can't catch me.

    % ... he opens the door, letting the hounds free.

    Bart: Ididn'tdoitnobodysawmedoityoucan'tproveanything.

    % Bart watches the dogs run off into the distance.

    Bart: Oop!

    % One tiny dog scoots out from behind Bart and runs away.

    Dog: Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark! Bark!

    % Bart looks to the side, where the three cool dudes stand, arms folded,
    % with a disapproving expression.
    %
    % Bart leads his friends marching down the street. Lisa and Bleedin'
    % Gums Murphy sit on a stoop playing the saxophone.

    Bart: Now I'm in the house, feeling good to be home,
    'Til Lisa starts blowing that damn saxophone.
    And if it was mine, you know they'd take it away,
    But still I'm feeling good, so that's okay.

    % Bart and friends walk past a store whose door is locked shut, gratings
    % locked across the window. The sign? ``Open 24 hours''.

    Bart: I'm up in my room, just a-singin' a song,
    Listen to the kick drum, kickin' along.
    Yeah, Lisa likes jazz. She's their number one fan,
    But I know I'm bad, 'cause I do the Bartman.

    % Begin freeze-frame delight. Bart and his pals skid into downtown
    % Springfield, where a large crowd has already gathered. Lots of dancing.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Bart: Hey, everybody!

    % Geza. Assorted desert folks (and their camel) do an Egyptian version
    % of the Bartman in front of the pyramids.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Need I remind you?

    % Back to Springfield.

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ooh. I... am...
    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Bart... man. Hulp!

    % The Bartman is danced atop the Great Wall of China.

    Bart: Shake it out.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Back to Springfield.
    % Bart leans into frame holding a pay phone to his ear.

    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Moe's Tavern. The patrons shake their tushes while still seated.

    Bart: Everybody back and forth, from side to side.

    % Barney leads the bar denizens out into the street.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Do the Bartman!

    % Of all people, Ms. Krabappel leads a conga line. (The SNPP cooling
    % towers loom in the background.)

    Bart: She can do it, he can do it, so can I.

    % Bart rides on a golf cart inside SNPP as assorted employees (some in
    % radiation suits, some not) do the Bartman. The cart driver munches
    % a donut.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Bart: Dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, dooby, wop-bop-bop!
    Bkgd: Ya got the rhythm in time with the music.
    Bart: Dabba doo, dabba doo, dab it!
    Bkgd: You just might start a chain reaction.
    Bart: Dabba doo. Dabba doo.

    % In the workers' distraction, a glowing plutonium rod slips from its
    % holder.
    %
    % Flash!
    %
    % Bart's skeleton rises into frame. The picture fades back to normal
    % and we get to see a normal Bart.

    Bart: Hee, hee, hee.

    % Bart raises a remote control.

    Bart: I'm the Bartman.

    % Click!
    %
    % Krusty hawks ``Krusty Brand Pork Products'' as his ham and bacon
    % sprout arms and legs and dance on the grill.

    Bkgd: Everybody, if you can, do the Bartman.
    Krusty: Wuh-huh-huh-huh-huh!
    Bart: Swing it, baby.

    % Pull back. It's the television set in Sideshow Bob's cell, who sits
    % angrily as the other prisoners dance in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body, turn it out if you can, man.
    Bart: Hulp!

    % Back to Sideshow Bob's TV set, which now shows Itchy and Scratchy.
    % Itchy hits Scratchy with a club, Scratchy strikes back with a mallet.
    % (Backwards relative to the I&S title sequence.)

    Bkgd: Front to back, to the side, yes you can, can.
    Bart: Ha, ha, ha!

    % They then both discard their weapons and each hold out a lit bomb.
    % The bombs explode simultaneously, leaving their skeletons behind.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Bart: Oh, yeah!

    % Kent Brockman silently reads the news as Bart gleefully skids past.

    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % The inset of people dancing on Springfield town square fills the screen.

    Bkgd: Move your body, if you've got the notion.
    Bart: You call that dancing? Ha!

    % Monty Burns dances in the street.

    Bkgd: Shake your body 'til ya got the right emotion.

    % Oops, sorry. Monty Burns is actually being manipulated by four
    % hired hands (and feet).

    Bart: Watch this move.
    Bkgd: Do the Bartman.

    % Jacques waltzes past with Helen, who turns into Princess Cashmere,
    % then turns into some other woman, then turns into... Karl! Only
    % after dancing several more steps does Jacques react.

    Bkgd: Shake your hips from side to side now.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: [dancing offscreen]
    Ooh, uh, uh, ugh, ugh, hup, hup. Yeah!
    Bkgd: Don't ya slip, let your feet glide now.
    Do the Bartman.

    % Reverend Lovejoy and Satan dance next to each other in the street.

    Bkgd: If ya got the groove, ya gotta use it.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha, ha ha! Swing it!

    % Homer, Marge, Lisa and Maggie do the Simpsons Shuffle as the statue of
    % Jebediah Springfield waves in the background.

    Bkgd: Shake your body in the time with the music.
    Do the Bartman.
    You just might start a chain reaction.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Eat your heart out, Michael!

    % Springfield town square is packed with people dancing.
    %
    % Bart is tossed into the air by an adoring crowd...

    Bart: Whoop!

    % ... and he lands on his feet, dancing wildly all the while.

    Bkgd: Everybody in the house do the Bartman.
    Do the Bartman.
    Bart: Ha-ha-ha!

    % Bart's orange shirt and shorts quickly dissolve into his blue suit.
    % The music suddenly stops, Bart's laugh echoing by itself, as a
    % green sleeve yanks Bart out of the town square.
    %
    % Ms. Krabappel carries Bart across the stage and sets him down behind
    % the inner curtain. She then walks away.

    Bart: [disappointed] Oh, wow, man.

    % The curtain opens. A scratchy record plays, and the kids dance
    % stodgily in unison.


    Wow.
    love that song.


    Yeah, but it's so LONG.
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  • Avatar of Gatorsrule6

    Gatorsrule6

    [38]Mar 7, 2013
    • member since: 05/21/07
    • level: 20
    • rank: Cow Bell
    • posts: 460

    I kind of think the newest song Mr. Burns sang in "Gorgeous Grampa" was pretty good. One of the better one-off musical numbers they've done in a long time in my opinion.

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