The town is after Bart, as they highly suspect that he is responsible for an Easter prank, whereupon bad eggs are placed into the brass wind instruments of the school band.
Lisa steps in to defend her brother. Janet Reno presides and Bart is cleared of charges.
Mr. Burns and Smithers have journeyed into a comic book store and Burnsy decides that he wants to become a super-hero, one Fruit Bat Man. With the help of a dysfunctional side-kick, there is nothing that this wealthy man cannot fake.
Bart: I know this looks bad...
Bart: It's not a threat if I don't know what it means.
Cletus: Kill the boy!
Homer: ...I don't like the sound of that funeral march.
Janet Reno: Ah, to be young and on trial.
Janet Reno: God, I love gaveling.
Janet Reno: You're wearing sneakers to a trial?
Krusty: Now, that's what I call 'legal briefs.'
Lisa: He, he, he. She sustained me.
Moe: He asked for, 'Mike Rotch.'
Mr. Burns: Feel the crumbling fists of injustice.
Mr. Burns: I shall be fruit-bat-man.
Mr. Burns: Smithers, wink my eye.
Principal Skinner: The prosecution calls, everyone in the world!
Smithers: All those crooks were fake, set up by me.
Smithers: That's not your mother. That's a bear.
Smithers: Very dramatic, sir.
- Janet Reno as herself
- Nancy Cartwright as Bart Simpson and Nelson
- Dan Castellaneta as Homer Simpson
- Pamela Hayden as Milhouse and Jimbo
- Julie Kavner as Marge Simpson
- Harry Shearer as Skinner
- Yeardley Smith as Lisa Simpson
- Tress MacNeille as Dolph
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