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[S6E7] Bart's Girlfriend

The episode was written by Jonathan Collier and directed by Susie Dietter. Show runner David Mirkin originally came up with the idea of Bart having a girlfriend that was more evil than he was. Meryl Streep guest stars in the episode as Jessica Lovejoy. It features cultural references to films such as Planet of the Apes and The Silence of the Lambs.

[S6E7] Bart's Girlfriend

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"Bart's Girlfriend" was written by Jonathan Collier and directed by Susie Dietter.[2] David Mirkin, who was show runner at the time, originally had the idea of Bart having a girlfriend that was more evil than he was.[3] Mirkin gave the idea to Collier to write it with the help of the show's executive producer James L. Brooks. Collier said later that he thought it was a case of Brooks coming up with good ideas and him "giggling obsequiously".[4] The idea for the ending of the episode was to have none of the characters learn anything from the experience.[3]

Showrunner David Mirkin came up with the idea for Bart to have a girlfriend who was more evil that he was, and handed the idea over to Jonathan Collier.[1] This was the first episode written by Collier and he had been working on the show for only two weeks when he was handed the episode. Collier worked with James L. Brooks on the episode.[2]

Meryl Streep made a guest appearance in season 6, episode 7 of The Simpsons entitled "Bart's Girlfriend." Streep voiced Bart's girlfriend Jessica Lovejoy and the episode originally aired in 1994. This episode mainly follows Bart navigating his own little story of young love, falling for Reverend Lovejoy's daughter Jessica. Of course, Bart wants to impress the girl and makes sure he is always on his best behavior. However, he is quick to learn that that is not what she is looking for. She wants a bad boy.

And that's not to mention the return of the ol' "I just happened to be walking down the street in a supposedly quiet part of town and coincidentally saw my girlfriend kissing another guy next to a limo right as I was passing and looking in that direction" routine with Rufus and Ivy -- because there's nothing "Gossip Girl" loves more than a statistically improbable encounter that leads to a misunderstanding or a break-up. 041b061a72


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