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Ho, ho, ho!

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D'oh!

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Oh, are we gonna stay

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Roto-Rootered like this
the whole show?

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It's rotoscoped, Dad.

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Whatever it is,
it's making me sick.

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A noble experiment that failed.

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<font color="#00FF00"> The Simpsons 27x09 </font>
<font color="#00FFFF">Barthood</font>
Original Air Date on December 13, 2015

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== sync, corrected by <font color=#00FF00>elderman</font> ==
<font color=#00FFFF>@elder_man</font>

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Why is the sky blue?

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Hmm...

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I don't know.
Just is.

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Why are clouds white?
No clue.
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Why are people yellow?

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It's the way
God made them.

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Why is grass green?

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So you can find
your damn golf ball.

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Now I have
a question for you.

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Why did you leave your
toy car on the stairs?

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Why is blood red?

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Why do you ask?

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It's coming out your ear.
D'oh!

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So you'll be staying with Grampa

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while your father
is on the mend.

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Don't let him
near me!

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Ah!
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Ow!

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Do it again, boy.

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I bet he can't control it.

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Ow!

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Aah! Ow...

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Bart, you shouldn't...

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Maybe one more.

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Aah! Ow!

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Want to play cars?

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Oh, boy, if I go down there,
I ain't coming up.

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My dad won't play
cars with me, either.

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Calm down,
Melvin Q. Mopenheimer.

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There's other ways
of playing cars.

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Feast your eyes
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on the most beautiful
machine ever made:

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the 1954 Studebaker
Starliner Commander!

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I bought it
brand-new

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and forgot about
it till today.

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Can I sit in it?

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Well, I don't know
how you expect to drive it

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if you ain't sitting in it.

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Grampa! I can't drive.

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Neither can I, legally.

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Now let's get going!

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You know you can
season these things

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with pepper spray,
don't you?
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Aah! Aah!

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I need water
in my eyes.

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Let's open her up a little.

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Homer never showed such spirit.

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You got gumption, boy.

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I wish this day
would never end.

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Aw, sorry, Bart.

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Time don't stop.

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The years go by

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and you don't
even realize it.

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Grampa, I told you
to get him home by 5:00.

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His tutor's here
to teach him to read.

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When I was a boy,

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I ain't never did not need
no tutor either no how!

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Yes, sirree, ain't!

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"S-See... the...

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m-m-mou... m-m-m..."

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"See the mouse.

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"Mouse hits cat.

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Cat goes splat."

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Very good, Lisa.

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Very, very good!

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And with barely
any knowledge

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of diphthongs,
sibilants and phonemes.

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How come she can read
and I can't?

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All right,
calm down, young man.
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Not to worry,
you won't need to read.

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You see, customers will
just point to a picture

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of the burger that
they want you to flip.

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Because you're not
gonna have anything going.

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Very nice painting, Lisa.

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We're putting it
right over the couch.

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I made a drawing, too!

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It's on the refrigerator!

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And the wall.

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And the curtains.

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Boy, you've ruined our kitchen!

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Do you understand?

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This is a place
of pork chops.
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But... do you like my drawing?

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Homer, please,
please.

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Just say
something positive.

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Well, it's a...

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colorful example of...

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something that...

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ruined our kitchen!

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I can't even find the fridge!

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You're not beer.

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Where is it?

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And who are you?

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We're playing
hide and seek.

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I'm Milhouse.

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Milhouse? What kind of
a wiener name is that?
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A very bad one, sir.

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That boy is so much trouble.

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Never should have
had a firstborn.

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Should've skipped
right to the second.

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There's one thing
I can do better than you.

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I've finished painting the wall

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and it's better than new.

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In some ways,
this was kind of a bless...

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Ha! I got gumption!

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Bart's disruptive
behavior

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is probably caused
by his feeling

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that you think
other children

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are more deserving
of attention.

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Mm, I see.

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And how can we help
these other children?

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We're here for Bart.

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In a boy like Bart...
Yeah?

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...the attention he craves
most is from his father.

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Pfft. Good luck
with that.

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Take him camping!

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I do want to
help him, I do.

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And your son is just
looking for your love.

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Geez.

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For a psychologist,

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you sure know how to get
into people's heads.

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And I brought
my flashlight

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so we can find our
way in the dark,

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and my scissors
to cut wood into kindling,

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and an air horn
to scare away bears.

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<i>Wh... why are we stopping?</i>

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This is where
we're camping, son.

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I thought we were
going to stay

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in a tent in the woods.

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Like the kids that got killed
in that movie you took me to.

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Son, the woods this time
of year are very outdoorsy.

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But we'll do
fun things.

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Oh, listen!
Do you hear that?
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It's the sound
of an ice machine.

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Great.

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Come on, let's go hunt...

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for the registration desk.

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Andreychuk passes
ahead to Hamilton...

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it's too far in front...

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and the ref waves off the icing.

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The TV is north
of the bed.

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Better hit the hay, son.

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Learning this new remote

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really took something out of me.

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Never saw a menu button
colored green before.

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Whew!

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Crazy buttons.

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So, how was

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your camping trip
with your father?

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Okay.

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We got lots of Starwood points
at the hotel.

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Oh, my thrifty pioneers.

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Lisa, how was school?

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The teacher gave me this.

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"Student of
the month"! Wow.

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How long have you been
in that school?

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A month.

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I've been there two years

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and no one ever
gave me anything!

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Aw, poor kid.
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Are you taking
his dessert?

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Yes, I am.

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Up to him.

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Are you eating that cake?

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What? No.

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Son, I know it may
not seem like it now,

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but you're gonna be glad

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to have a sister
when you grow up.

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You're always gonna
like her better than me.

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That's not true.

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I love you both
the same amount: 40%.

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Gotta leave room
in the budget.

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Then will you put
this on your car?
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I'll be proud to.

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Hmm...

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Ooh, both those bumper stickers
mean so much to me.

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Oh...

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Happy birthday!

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Well, thanks.

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But you know I'm not
into Krusty anymore.

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You've outgrown Krusty?

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First no more
<i>"ay, caramba,"</i> now this?

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Mom, don't have...

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Have a cow, man?

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I was gonna say

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"don't have a foolish
attachment to the past."

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Come on, boy.
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Humor your mother.

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Oh, fine.

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Don't have a cow.<i> Man.</i>

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Yeah...

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Oh, my God!

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I'm Student of the Month
for 48 consecutive months!

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Great, honey, great!

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But, you know,
it is Bart's birthday.

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No, no, no,
this is fine.

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Just let me fix this.

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There.

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Now it's all about you.

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Happy?

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I'll go get him.
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Oh, it's no use.

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He's walking kind of fast.

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Blam!

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Blam!

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Blam! Blam!

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Hey, you missed one.

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Nope, can't do it,
my Grampa lives there.

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Stop! Stop right there!

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Well, looks like we
finally put an end

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to this light-mare
on Elm Street.

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Actually, it's
Maple Street, Chief.

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Thank you, joke police.

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Please don't
arrest me.

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It's a victimless
crime!

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Oh, I can't see!

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Looks like a case of
Molemanslaughter.

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Did that sound
right to you, Lou?

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I like it.

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Thanks for letting me
hide here, Grampa.

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Hiding?

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This is the best visit
I've had in months!

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Aah!

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Now, come get
your birthday present.

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Whoa!

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I've been asking my
parents for this,

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but they said
I'd break my neck.
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Hey, you're gonna break
your neck sometime.

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It's important you do it
when you're young.

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Like chicken pox.

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Now get out before I say
something else preposterous.

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Mom, it's just the Mayo Clinic
Pre-Medical Summer Camp.

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I would've been
totally fine on my own.

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No more discussion.

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Our cab's here.

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Ooh, it's one of
those new Apple cars.

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Really think they should've
stuck with computers.

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Have a great trip.

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Don't you worry.
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I'll take good care
of our little guy.

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I'm 15!

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Oh, our big boy's
getting cranky.

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Homer, this summer
may be your last chance

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to have a close relationship
with your son.

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Don't blow it.

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So, boy, look at this.

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Just us guys, huh?

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Mm-hmm.

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Glad we've got
the whole summer,

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'cause we got a lot
to talk about.

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Yeah, I guess.

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Let's see.

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Um... oh!

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When you replace
windshield wipers,

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00:11:00,803 --> 00:11:02,503
you only need to switch out
the rubber part,

269
00:11:02,538 --> 00:11:04,004
not the whole blade.

270
00:11:04,040 --> 00:11:06,006
Huh, where can you buy
just the rubber part?

271
00:11:06,042 --> 00:11:08,042
I don't know.

272
00:11:08,077 --> 00:11:10,311
Well, I'm glad I told you
that before I died.

273
00:11:10,346 --> 00:11:14,048
So, uh, I'll go to Moe's
while you sort it out, huh?

274
00:11:18,721 --> 00:11:20,721

275
00:11:26,996 --> 00:11:28,996
Yes!

276
00:11:30,833 --> 00:11:32,733
Hey, thanks for coming.

277
00:11:34,203 --> 00:11:36,504
After washing dishes for a year
they bumped me to prep,

278
00:11:36,539 --> 00:11:38,839
which means I draw up
the schedule, babe.

279
00:11:38,875 --> 00:11:41,709
Wow, no more
Mr. Minimum Wage.

280
00:11:41,744 --> 00:11:43,611
I didn't say that.

281
00:11:43,646 --> 00:11:46,347
So I just got out of juvie
for the streetlight thing.

282
00:11:46,382 --> 00:11:48,048
But I'm not mad.

283
00:11:48,084 --> 00:11:50,651
I've learned that the
greatest crime of all

284
00:11:50,686 --> 00:11:54,188
is a life without faith.

285
00:11:54,223 --> 00:11:55,689
What's wrong?

286
00:11:55,725 --> 00:11:58,159
Is the cross not big enough?!

287
00:12:01,564 --> 00:12:04,798
Wow, you make out just
like Terri said you do.

288
00:12:04,834 --> 00:12:06,534
Wait, you're not Terri?

289
00:12:06,569 --> 00:12:07,902
No, I'm Sherri.

290
00:12:07,937 --> 00:12:09,336
But the further we go,

291
00:12:09,372 --> 00:12:12,173
the more you'll
know the difference.

292
00:12:14,977 --> 00:12:16,177
Oh, weed.
293
00:12:16,212 --> 00:12:18,012
That can get me
into a lot of trouble.

294
00:12:19,649 --> 00:12:23,317
Hey, idiots, the bong
stays in the tree house!

295
00:12:23,352 --> 00:12:24,852
Hey, boy.

296
00:12:27,323 --> 00:12:28,689
Are you crazy?

297
00:12:28,724 --> 00:12:30,824
What if the cops come?

298
00:12:32,795 --> 00:12:35,296
You're here, too?

299
00:12:35,331 --> 00:12:37,531
Yeah, must be weird for you.

300
00:12:37,567 --> 00:12:39,867
And-and think about this, man--

301
00:12:39,902 --> 00:12:42,369
the whole world
is happening right now.

302
00:12:42,405 --> 00:12:45,039
I mean, India, China.

303
00:12:45,074 --> 00:12:47,107
It's crazy.

304
00:12:47,143 --> 00:12:48,742
Can you just leave me here
with my dad?

305
00:12:48,778 --> 00:12:50,578
All right, sure.

306
00:12:50,613 --> 00:12:52,313
I can fly!

307
00:12:52,348 --> 00:12:54,782
No, no, I can't!

308
00:12:54,817 --> 00:12:56,617
I can't!

309
00:12:56,652 --> 00:13:00,588
Dad, why is it you and I
are never on the same page?

310
00:13:00,623 --> 00:13:03,424
Officer down, man.

311
00:13:03,459 --> 00:13:06,827
Boy, when you arrived,
I was terrified.

312
00:13:06,862 --> 00:13:09,029
Because it meant
I wasn't a kid anymore.

313
00:13:09,065 --> 00:13:11,065
I had responsibilities.

314
00:13:11,100 --> 00:13:13,500
Truth is, I'm just like you.

315
00:13:13,536 --> 00:13:17,037
A misunderstood guy who wants
his family to love him.

316
00:13:17,073 --> 00:13:20,107
And maybe we could
start with a hug?

317
00:13:21,611 --> 00:13:24,411
Aw, I'm so glad
we're sharing this.

318
00:13:24,447 --> 00:13:26,880
And I'm glad I have
one kid who's never

319
00:13:26,916 --> 00:13:29,450
gonna go anywhere
or do anything.

320
00:13:29,485 --> 00:13:30,517
Damn it, Homer!

321
00:13:30,553 --> 00:13:32,987
You ruin everything!

322
00:13:40,630 --> 00:13:42,630
Grampa, got to talk to Grampa.

323
00:13:49,138 --> 00:13:51,672
Grampa, I sure miss you, man.

324
00:13:51,707 --> 00:13:55,209
What would you say
if you were here right now?

325
00:13:55,244 --> 00:13:58,479
If you ever get a chance to
pitch woo at Myrna Loy, take it!

326
00:13:58,514 --> 00:14:01,248
She has eyes
like a Persian cat.

327
00:14:01,284 --> 00:14:03,584
Of course in my day,
Persia extended

328
00:14:03,619 --> 00:14:06,020
from Algiers
to Constantinople.

329
00:14:06,055 --> 00:14:09,790
Till the revolt
of the eunuchs in 1916 when...

330
00:14:09,825 --> 00:14:12,826
Ooh, you got gumption, kid.

331
00:14:12,862 --> 00:14:16,096
Find what you love
and follow it to glory.

332
00:14:16,132 --> 00:14:18,132
Yes.

333
00:14:20,670 --> 00:14:22,202
So, we're headed
into the final round

334
00:14:22,238 --> 00:14:25,339
of the Duff Extreme BMX
vert competition.

335
00:14:25,374 --> 00:14:27,141
Let's check the scoreboard

336
00:14:27,176 --> 00:14:31,312
while the half-pipe is being
cleaned by the Blood-Zoni.

337
00:14:31,347 --> 00:14:32,980
Dad, one more
round and I win!

338
00:14:33,015 --> 00:14:35,349
First achievement
I can call my own.

339
00:14:35,384 --> 00:14:37,251
Thank God whatever
this thing is

340
00:14:37,286 --> 00:14:39,386
is considered a sport.

341
00:14:39,422 --> 00:14:42,222
Bart Simpson
to the gate, please.

342
00:14:42,258 --> 00:14:44,325
Oh, good, we're just in time.

343
00:14:44,360 --> 00:14:45,693
Hmm.

344
00:14:45,728 --> 00:14:47,628
It's not the size
of the pennant.
345
00:14:47,663 --> 00:14:51,265
It's what you do with it.

346
00:14:51,300 --> 00:14:53,534
All right, nobody
likes a showoff.

347
00:14:53,569 --> 00:14:54,902
D'oh!

348
00:14:59,141 --> 00:15:00,341
Oh, man, I love to see this.

349
00:15:00,376 --> 00:15:01,909
Simpson's setting up
for his signature

350
00:15:01,944 --> 00:15:04,878
suicide no-hander
540 crank-flip!

351
00:15:20,529 --> 00:15:22,162
<i> I'm doing it!</i>
<i>I'm doing it!</i>

352
00:15:22,198 --> 00:15:23,564
<i>Finally, I'm me.</i>

353
00:15:23,599 --> 00:15:26,400
<i>Finally out of Lisa's shadow.</i>

354
00:15:28,204 --> 00:15:30,471
No!

355
00:15:32,942 --> 00:15:34,875
Yes! Yes!

356
00:15:34,910 --> 00:15:36,477
Thank God I aced
chest compressions

357
00:15:36,512 --> 00:15:39,113
at Mayo pre-med camp!

358
00:15:39,148 --> 00:15:40,647
And Bart's okay!

359
00:15:40,683 --> 00:15:43,117
The real star of this
BMX tournament is

360
00:15:43,152 --> 00:15:44,551
Lisa Simpson!

361
00:15:44,587 --> 00:15:46,720
Lisa! Lisa! Lisa!

362
00:15:46,756 --> 00:15:49,289
You've ruined everything
I've ever done!

363
00:15:49,325 --> 00:15:51,225
Move, quick!

364
00:15:51,260 --> 00:15:52,493
No!

365
00:15:52,528 --> 00:15:54,228
Warned you.

366
00:15:59,145 --> 00:16:00,812
Biker, huh?
I used to bike.

367
00:16:00,847 --> 00:16:02,680
I used to have dreams.

368
00:16:02,716 --> 00:16:04,816
I used to think disco
was coming back.

369
00:16:04,851 --> 00:16:06,851
Now I'm just Stu.

370
00:16:06,886 --> 00:16:08,986
Nothing Stu.

371
00:16:09,022 --> 00:16:12,724
Hey, Bart, you are coming
to my graduation party tonight?
372
00:16:12,759 --> 00:16:14,559
I don't know, man.
It's humiliating.

373
00:16:14,594 --> 00:16:17,795
My little sister's graduating
the same year as me.

374
00:16:17,831 --> 00:16:19,797
Haw-haw!

375
00:16:19,833 --> 00:16:22,700
Nelson, how can you say that
with what's happened to you?

376
00:16:22,736 --> 00:16:25,937
Yeah, well, I bought
a totally bitching car

377
00:16:25,972 --> 00:16:29,741
with the money I got
selling my pituitary gland.

378
00:16:29,776 --> 00:16:32,710
So cool.

379
00:16:39,285 --> 00:16:44,088
I knew I'd break down
when Kearney Jr. graduated.

380
00:16:44,124 --> 00:16:45,323
It's okay, Dad.

381
00:16:45,358 --> 00:16:47,458
We still got K-3.

382
00:16:50,363 --> 00:16:51,329
Right.

383
00:16:51,364 --> 00:16:53,297
Ralph, you joined the army?

384
00:16:53,333 --> 00:16:57,401
Yes, because I needed
a costume for this party.
385
00:16:57,437 --> 00:16:59,904
At college I'm gonna
reinvent myself.

386
00:16:59,939 --> 00:17:02,640
I'll pretend I have
a girlfriend in Canada.

387
00:17:02,675 --> 00:17:06,477
I'll say she lives in Alberta
and her name is Alberta,

388
00:17:06,513 --> 00:17:10,381
so I don't have
to remember two lies.

389
00:17:10,416 --> 00:17:11,983
Bart!

390
00:17:12,018 --> 00:17:13,417
I was getting worried.

391
00:17:13,453 --> 00:17:14,852
I'm your oldest buddy.

392
00:17:14,888 --> 00:17:16,320
I was there when you
got your nose done,

393
00:17:16,356 --> 00:17:18,990
then I was there when you
had your nose undone.

394
00:17:19,025 --> 00:17:22,226
Friends, family, and
a few people we hired

395
00:17:22,262 --> 00:17:24,662
to make our son
look more popular...

396
00:17:24,697 --> 00:17:26,430
I love Milton!

397
00:17:26,466 --> 00:17:28,199
Dad, you're embarrassing me!
398
00:17:28,234 --> 00:17:30,434
As usual.

399
00:17:30,470 --> 00:17:33,104
Yes, it's the only thing
your father does well.

400
00:17:33,139 --> 00:17:37,008
Can't you two put it aside
for one night in honor of me?

401
00:17:37,043 --> 00:17:38,509
No!
No!

402
00:17:38,545 --> 00:17:40,711
Oh.

403
00:17:40,747 --> 00:17:42,046
Ah, what the heck?

404
00:17:42,081 --> 00:17:44,215
Congratulations, Milhouse.

405
00:17:44,250 --> 00:17:48,152
You made it through adolescence
and you're cuter than ever.

406
00:17:48,188 --> 00:17:50,421
Oh, sweet Lisa!

407
00:17:50,456 --> 00:17:52,290
You know I had
a rocky childhood

408
00:17:52,325 --> 00:17:54,125
with all the rocks
they threw at me.

409
00:17:54,160 --> 00:17:57,662
You're the most amazing
thing at this party.

410
00:17:57,697 --> 00:17:59,697
Well, excuse me!
411
00:18:02,335 --> 00:18:04,602
I'm not even the best Simpson
at my best friend's party!

412
00:18:04,637 --> 00:18:07,738
Do you know what it's like to
be second-best at anything?

413
00:18:07,774 --> 00:18:09,006
Yeah, I do!

414
00:18:09,042 --> 00:18:10,408
I'm going to Yale!

415
00:18:10,443 --> 00:18:12,109
Listen here, Bart Simpson!

416
00:18:12,145 --> 00:18:13,911
I am sick and tired
of you blaming me

417
00:18:13,947 --> 00:18:16,247
for every setback
you have ever had!

418
00:18:16,282 --> 00:18:18,616
And you have talents, too,
you idiot.

419
00:18:18,651 --> 00:18:20,318
You're a hell of an artist,

420
00:18:20,353 --> 00:18:22,253
even though you don't
do anything with it.

421
00:18:22,288 --> 00:18:25,022
You think I'm an artist?

422
00:18:25,058 --> 00:18:28,226
And you already have a true
artist's most important asset.

423
00:18:28,261 --> 00:18:30,428
A miserable life.
424
00:18:30,463 --> 00:18:33,598
So if that's all my fault,
you're welcome.

425
00:18:54,320 --> 00:18:55,920
Hey, man.

426
00:18:55,955 --> 00:18:57,521
You're looking good.

427
00:18:57,557 --> 00:18:59,991
Thank God Lisa invented
the artificial pituitary.

428
00:19:00,026 --> 00:19:02,326
Sorry, didn't mean
to use the "L" word.

429
00:19:02,362 --> 00:19:05,329
Listen, man,
a certain someone convinced me

430
00:19:05,365 --> 00:19:08,099
to go around giving back
the lunch money I took.

431
00:19:08,134 --> 00:19:10,468
Here's the first $5,000.

432
00:19:10,503 --> 00:19:11,569
Wow.

433
00:19:11,604 --> 00:19:13,571
Thanks.
What got into you?

434
00:19:13,606 --> 00:19:15,106
Nelson, come on!

435
00:19:15,141 --> 00:19:18,309
We'll miss day six
of the Bolivian Film Festival.

436
00:19:18,344 --> 00:19:19,877
You guys are dating?
437
00:19:19,913 --> 00:19:21,345
Is there any other reason
I'd be going

438
00:19:21,381 --> 00:19:23,314
to a Bolivian Film Festival?

439
00:19:23,349 --> 00:19:24,815
I'm sorry I didn't
tell you, Bart.

440
00:19:24,851 --> 00:19:27,585
I don't really know
how you feel about me.

441
00:19:27,620 --> 00:19:30,288
Well, you told me I was
an artist, and you were right.

442
00:19:30,323 --> 00:19:32,590
I am, and

443
00:19:32,625 --> 00:19:34,959
I get to write on the walls.

444
00:19:34,994 --> 00:19:37,495
Wow, that's beautiful.

445
00:19:37,530 --> 00:19:39,997
I do notice
there's no me.

446
00:19:40,033 --> 00:19:41,832
Ah, those are the breaks.

447
00:19:41,868 --> 00:19:44,201
Why don't I buy you and your
boyfriend a couple beers?

448
00:19:44,237 --> 00:19:45,336
Just let me close up.

449
00:19:45,371 --> 00:19:46,671
That would be nice.
450
00:19:46,706 --> 00:19:49,106
We'll see you at the car.

451
00:19:50,810 --> 00:19:53,444
Aw!

452
00:19:53,479 --> 00:19:55,346
You weren't supposed to see.

453
00:19:55,381 --> 00:19:57,381
Well, I'm glad I did.

454
00:20:00,019 --> 00:20:01,752
Hmm?

455
00:20:01,788 --> 00:20:03,587
You're El Barto?

456
00:20:03,623 --> 00:20:05,623
How is that possible?

457
00:20:16,016 --> 00:20:17,916
Why are clouds brown?

458
00:20:17,917 --> 00:20:19,083
Pollution.

459
00:20:19,119 --> 00:20:20,852
Why is the grass green?

460
00:20:20,887 --> 00:20:22,920
'Cause it's artificial.

461
00:20:22,956 --> 00:20:25,723
Then why are
the sprinklers coming on?

462
00:20:25,758 --> 00:20:28,426
'Cause I was too
lazy to unhook them.

463
00:20:28,461 --> 00:20:30,828
Why aren't we moving?

464
00:20:30,864 --> 00:20:33,564
Because you're drunk
and I'm stoned.

465
00:20:33,600 --> 00:20:36,400
Why does beer
taste so good?

466
00:20:36,436 --> 00:20:38,970
'Cause you've
just had seven.

467
00:20:39,005 --> 00:20:40,705
<i>Did you like the movie</i> Boyhood?

468
00:20:40,740 --> 00:20:42,406
<i>Oh, is that what this was?</i>

469
00:20:42,442 --> 00:20:45,076
<i> How many years</i>
<i>of hair do I have left?</i>

470
00:20:45,111 --> 00:20:48,045
<i> It disappears as soon</i>
<i>as girls like you.</i>

471
00:20:48,081 --> 00:20:50,014
<i>What's the secret of life?</i>

472
00:20:50,049 --> 00:20:53,117
<i> You can avoid</i>
<i>a lot of awkward situations</i>

473
00:20:53,153 --> 00:20:55,086
<i>by pretending</i>
<i>to be on the phone.</i>

474
00:20:55,121 --> 00:20:56,154
<i>Like what?</i>

475
00:20:56,189 --> 00:20:58,256
<i> Hold on,</i>
<i>I got to take this call.</i>

476
00:20:58,291 --> 00:21:04,791
== sync, corrected by <font color=#00FF00>elderman</font> ==
<font color=#00FFFF>@elder_man</font>

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