New Simpsons episode propositionsFellow Simpsons fans,More Like This
I'd like to announce that I have come up with some new story treatments for the show which I think will surely work. I will explain them as follows,
This story centers on Bart, which hasn't been done enough in the recent seasons. It is about Bart bonding again with Ned Flanders, something I personally loved in "The Simpsons Movie". In this Bart is signed up to enter a boys biking race, but he can't use his bike because it needs a severe overhaul and besides the rest of his family are too busy to train him, Homer has to fix his car motor, Marge has too many dishes and laundry, Lisa has to study for a test, and Grandpa who is personally against the use of bicycles refuses. Then Ned Flanders offers to train Bart because he reveals that he was champion in school bike races during his childhood so he starts training Bart and he lends him his old childhood bike, an early 60s children's bicycle, which he fixes up and fixes up and repaints and polishes speciall
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(We go to the apartments above the Pizzeria were we see Prudence grooming Pickle)
Prudence: oh Pickle your a beautiful pooch you know that don't you? *Pickle performs a flip and Prudence blushes* your mama's special little doll ain't you? *grabs the shower handle* let's get you washed up *Prudence turns on the shower handle but nothing comes out then Prudence puts it up to her face and it out comes sludge causing her face to get covered in it* Papa Louie the plumbing's acting up!
(Elsewhere Greg was doing one thing he hates most of all Homework when he smells something bad)
Greg: belch, what's the horrible smell? *gets up and goes to the sink and smells it* belch it's coming from the sink *the sink starts to back up into sludge and Greg began getting worried and runs downstairs* PAPA LOUIE!
(In the Pizzeria, Roy was washing the dishes when he notices the sink faucet moving and sludge comes out of it)
Roy: Uncle Louie!, Uncle Louie! *Papa Louie goes to Roy, just as Prudence, P