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During Martin's birthday party, Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel strike up casual, yet awkward conversation. When all of the kids get sick from oysters, Skinner and Krabappel hide out in a kiddie playhouse and kiss--which is witnessed by Bart. Skinner silences Bart by relabeling his permanent record so that way it belongs to Milhouse, but Bart soon reveals all when Skinner and Krabappel use Bart as their liasion to keep their liasion from being discovered.
Couch: Repeat of the couch gag from "Burns, Baby Burns" where The Simpsons are clear, blue balloons that float to the couch and pop without provocation.
Edna: We're just a little concerned, that if people were to find out that a principal were dating a teacher, they might see it as a conflict of interest.
Skinner: And there are those who might try to use it against us for their own advantage.
Bart: Like me, for one.
Skinner: Like you … for … Bart, if life has taught me one lesson repeatedly, it's to know when I'm beaten. Let's talk deal.
Skinner: Now, Bart, son. I don't know what you think you saw …but, uh … let me assure you…
Edna: What Seymour's, oh, what Principal Skinner means to say, Bart, is that sometimes a little boy's imagination can run away with him.
Bart: That's the best you can do? You could have at least said that you were giving her CPR or rehearsing a play.
Skinner: Is it too late to say that?
Skinner: Mind if I sit down?
Edna: It's a free country.
Skinner: I, I don't follow you.
Edna: Oh … just sit down, Seymour.