Marge becomes concerned that Lisa is trying to marry a boy that is just like Homer. Homer forgives Marge when she reveals herself to be wearing a beautiful purple dress, which she bought after selling the sewing machine she never used. Bart is later seen in Principal Skinner 's Office, giving an alibi on why he was tardy.
The Flanders are well-kept, pious individuals.
At the end of the episode, everything was back to normal.
They live at Evergreen Terrace and are neighbors to the Simpson family.
Homer explains his story and suddenly, the Spiral Stairs fall over.
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Lisa tries to teach him how to whistle, but he fails.
Even with all the crazy things that happen to them, the Flanders and the Simpsons families have managed to live together for all these years.
Bart cycles to the Police Station and explains Snake's story to release him.
The Flanderses also have air conditioning, which Homer steals in one episode, in order to gain relief from the heat.
Ned has relatives from all over the globe.
Several are seen in Lisa the Vegetarian.
Milhouse confronts Bart and demands how Bart received so many free gifts.