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A hurricane hits Springfield and wipes out the Flanders's house. While in the church homeless shelter, the town works together to rebuild The Flanders's house, but when the house turns out to be a disaster, Ned verbally assaults everyone involved and commits himself to the Calmwood Mental Hospital.
Maude: Neddy, I know this has been a terrible day. But, by golly, first thing tomorrow morning, we're going to open up the Leftorium, and before you know it, we'll be back on our feet.
Kent: (on TV) Down here at Springfield Mall, a crowd appeared to have turned its rage… on the Leftorium. Surprisingly, people are grabbing things with both hands, suggesting it's not just south-paws in this rampaging mob.
(The doctors at the mental facility use Homer for an experiment with Ned.)
Homer: (Reading from a card) Ned Flanders, I mock your value system. You also appear foolish in the eyes of others.
Ned: (Giggling) Well howdy, Homer.
(The window closes between them.)
Dr. Foster: He's not responding. (To Homer) Proceed to Level 2 antagonism.
(Window between Ned and Homer opens.)
Homer: (Reading from a card) Past instances in which I professed to like you were fraudulent!
Ned: Oh well, I'll just have to try harder.
(Ned giggles as the window closes again.)
Dr. Foster: Ah, he's still repressing. (to Homer) Maximum hostility factor.
(The window between Ned and Homer opens again.)
Homer: (Reading from a card) I engaged in intercourse with your spouse or significant other. (to Dr. Foster) Now that's psychiatry!
Ned: Ho ho ho, very funny wise guy.
(An old lady grabs Lisa's head while in the grocery store.)
Old Lady: A pineapple! Really ripe too!
Lisa: Hey! I'm not a pineapple! I'm a little girl!
(She puts Lisa in her cart.)
Old Lady: That's what the pumpkin said too!
Ralph: Hi, Lisa! We're gonna be in a pie!