Homer puts on the headphones in bed and falls asleep.When he wakes up, he is suddenly articulate, but ends up eating more food than ever.As a punishment, Samantha is sent to an all-girls Catholic school, while Milhouse is left behind heartbroken.Meanwhile, Homer orders a subliminal cassette tape to help him lose weight, but is accidentally sent one that helps him increase his vocabulary after the weight-loss tapes sell out.The episode was written by Jay Kogen and Wallace Wolodarsky, and directed by Jim Reardon.American actress Kimmy Robertson guest starred in the episode as Samantha.Bart asks the ball whether he and Milhouse will still be friends by the end of the day, and the ball predicts they will not. A new girl from Phoenix, Samantha Stanky, starts at Springfield Elementary School the same day, and Milhouse instantly falls in love with her.To Bart's dismay and anger, Milhouse and Samantha start a relationship and, rather than playing with Bart after school in his treehouse, Milhouse brings Samantha with him and spends the entire time hugging and kissing her.
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Jealous and feeling excluded, Bart reveals their relationship to Samantha's father. Stanky rushes to Bart's treehouse and sends her to Saint Sebastian's School for Wicked Girls, an all-girls convent school run by French-Canadian nuns.
After seeing Milhouse heartbroken, Bart begins to feel guilty for what he did.
Milhouse and Samantha spend all their free time together, leaving Bart feeling jealous and excluded.
In order to ruin their relationship, Bart tells Samantha's strict father about it.
It acquired a Nielsen rating of 12.4 and was the fourth highest-rated show on the Fox network the week it aired.