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The Simpsons (1989)

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The President Wore Pearls - S15-E3

Corrected entry: Isn't it a little off-character for Bart to be concerned about school?

Correction: No. He has run for school council president. He has buckled down and studied when faced with failing. He has ended a strike. He has worked to get Flanders fired as principal and Skinner reinstated. He cares about school.

The President Wore Pearls - S15-E3

Corrected entry: Krusty is shown to be a former school president at Springfield Elementary. But "Like Father, Like Clown" shows that he grew up in a Jewish community and attended a Hebrew school.

Correction: It is possible that children change schools at some point, even religious schools.

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