FRS The Simpsons Journal #4

FRS The Simpsons Journal #4 - Journal #4: Free Response...

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Journal #4: Free Response “Well! I expect that type of language at Denny’s but not here!” – Ned Flanders My take on the episode, “Bart Sells His Soul.” Bart is passing out hymns as if they were a food product. As they were singing the hymn, no one seemed to voice their concerns about it, possibly because they did not want to defy a holy work? Homer and Marge’s side comment about their first make- out to this song was probably not church-status. Seventeen minutes later, the song ended. Hymns and songs do take up a large fraction of time in church… Afterwards, the Reverend attempts to find the culprit of the prank with scare tactics involving “Hell.” The entire introduction ridicules Christians and the church rituals. Bart and Milhouse both face punishments, and as they were doing time, the topic of souls popped up. Bart did not believe in the soul, and thus sold his to Milhouse for five bucks. Later on, he finds himself different. His pets hate him, he can’t open the automatic door (weightless), and displayed no
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