This episode is the first to really test the relationship between Bart and Lisa; The centerpiece dispute gets way blown out of proportion, Bart, convinced he's in the right, not letting up and apologisng to his sister, who, in turn, maybe does overreact slightly.The roof scene is one of my faviroute Simpson scenes though;It shows Bart cares very much for his little sister, and, when Lisa kisses Bart and they hug, that part melts my heart x3
19.Lost our Lisa
This was the first episode i saw that i was old enough to remember well.It also has the infamous Cherrypicker scene, Homer saying he'll rescue Lisa, then 5 seconds later, screaming for her to rescue him. It also ratifies Homer is infact, a good father, his approach to parenthood is just more ritsy and blunt, which counters Marge's anhecdonic take on family life.Another thing it reafirms is Lisa wanting to grow up before she's ready-she has to accept shes just a kid, and, by the end of it, shes at peace with the dilemma. bart is also freakin' hilarious wearing his novelty facegear.