Marge: Honey, please. You’re in the way.
Bart: Can’t I help you mom?
Marge: Well, ok. Let’s see. Can you do the cranberry sauce.
Bart: Yeah. Where is it?
Marge: The can is in the cupboard on the bottom shelf.
Marge: No, no, no. The other shelf.
Bart: Got it. Now what?
Marge: Open the can.
Bart: No problemo. Where’s the can opener?
Marge: It’s in the second drawer from the right. No, no, no, no. The other one.
Bart: Oh! I gotcha. It’s broken, Mom. Mom, it’s broken. Mom-it’s-brok-en, Mom-it’s-brok-en, Mom-it’s-brok-en, Mom-it’s-brok-en….
Marge: I don’t think that it’s broken honey. Here, let me try. Here you go.
Bart: Ah, cranberry sauce a la Bart.
Marge: Just stick it in the refrigerator when you’re done Bart. Bart?
– Bart vs. Thanksgiving (The Simpsons Season 2 – Episode 7)
I’ll admit, recreating the Cranberry Sauce á la Bart recipe is a little lazy, but at the same time I will so rarely get to feature Bart related recipes on this blog so I couldn’t resist. Plus, sometimes I’m a little lazy too.
- Can of cranberry sauce
Inspect can opener to ensure it is not, in fact, broken. Open the can and place cranberry sauce inside a dish. Walk away while someone else puts the cranberry sauce in the fridge for you.
It seems like people either need cranberry sauce for their turkey or they don’t. I don’t and I’m ok with that, but at the same time I don’t dislike it. So let’s split this one down the middle and call it a day, I’m sleepy from all the turkey.
Cromulence: 5 Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ out of 10
Cranberry Sauce á la Bart Recipe From: Bart vs. Thanksgiving (The Simpsons Season 2 – Episode 7)