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The Simpsons

Episode 10.01 : Lard of the Dance

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TV Info


Episode Premiere

August 23, 1998

Distributor

FOX

Genre

Animation, Comedy

Show Period

1989 - now

Production Company

FOX, Gracie Films, Film Roman Productions

Cast and Crew


Director

Dominic Polcino

Screenwriter

Matt Groening, James L. Brooks

Main Cast


Additional Cast

Synopsis


A sophisticated, intelligent new girl named Alex Whitney comes to Springfield Elementary and threatens to overshadow Lisa. Alex is even a hit with Principal Skinner, who lets her organize a school dance. Meanwhile, Homer comes up with a new get-rich-quick scheme: He and Bart will round up as much grease as they can and sell it to a rendering plant. They target the richest source imaginable: the Springfield Elementary cafeteria kitchen. Lisa goes to the dance, but sells tickets outside the gym because she couldn't find a date. At the same time, Homer has crawled through the school's air ducts and into the kitchen, where he uses his wet-dry vac to suck grease out of the stove. But Groundskeeper Willie appears on the scene and tries to prevent the theft. One thing leads to another, and as a result of a misplaced wet-dry vac the school's air ducts fill with the stove's contents. Alex's event is interrupted when the oil begins to drip through the gym ceiling, but no matter--the children of Springfield are happy to frolick in the grease. Lisa is pleased to see her friends acting like kids again and breaks down Alex's uppity facade by goading her into a grease fight.

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