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Homer quickly rushes over to the bank and tries to cash the check. Homer takes a shine to the magazine after reading a funny cartoon, and a montage ensues. The montage shows Homer with his nose in the magazine at work, at home, in bed, and even at the dinner table; all while constantly praising the magazine. In the magazine, Homer notices an ad for an essay contest in which the winner receives an all expense paid trip to Washington D. However, an interested Lisa retrieves the magazine and reads more about the essay contest, which is for children under twelve and must be pro-American; she decides to write an essay and enter the contest.

Up in her room Lisa, skims through her history book and tries to come up with some inspiration for her essay.

After a few unsuccessful tries at an opening for her essay, Marge suggests that she take a bike ride to try and help her clear her mind.

Lisa grabs her pad of paper, and rides her bike to the Springfield National Forest. She picks a giant tree to sit and lean against, and asks nature to help inspire her. With mountains sprawling in the background, a bald eagle perches on a branch directly in front of her and spreads its wings.

Lisa becomes instantly inspired by the majestic sight and begins writing. A few days later, after Lisa writes her essay, Homer brings her to the regional finals for the essay contest, at the Veterans of Popular Wars building in Springfield, so that Lisa can present her essay in front of a panel of judges. When the two walk into the building, Nelson Muntz is midway through his fiercely patriotic speech about the evils of burning the flag, which sends the crowd into applause and cheers.

A montage ensues that shows kids, including Lisa, from different parts of the country reading their patriotic essays at their respective regional finals.

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As Lisa finishes her essay, the judges give her high marks. However, one of the judges thinks that her essay was too good, and that she might have gotten help from her parents. The judge informs Homer and Lisa that Lisa has won her region and that they will be going to Washington D.

Act two[ edit ] On a plane at 30, feet, the Simpson family makes their way to Washington D. On the way, Bart, after constantly bothering the passenger behind him, is sent up to the cockpit to be kept busy.

Inside the cockpit, a bored Bart listens to the pilot ramble on about airplane technical jargon, and out of boredom Bart presses the button that causes all the oxygen masks in the cabin to drop down. The plane lands at Dulles International Airport in D. Up in their room, Marge and Homer marvel at all the amenities provided; Marge is impressed with the welcoming mints, while Homer falls in love with the shoe horn. Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa hang out in their room and later at 2 in the morning, Bart prank calls Homer in his room, by giving him a wake up call.

The next day, Lisa and all the other contestants and their families, gather for a welcoming luncheon, as Faith Crowley, patriotism editor at Reading Digest, introduces herself. She gives the family their V.

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P passes, and the Simpson family explores Washington D. Louis; and the Washington Monument, where Marge makes and adult joke to Homer, regarding the monument. The Simpson family tour of Washington D. The family waits for Congressman Arnold, who is in a closed door meeting with a lobbyist, who is trying to get Arnold to support the demolition of Springfield National Forest.

The lobbyist offers Arnold a bribe and the Congressman chuckles, as he tells the lobbyist that he has a place to meet for the exchange.

Congressman Arnold puts a pleasant face on and hams it up with Lisa for the camera. As Lisa admires the monument, Congressman Arnold and the lobbyist from the day before meet together, believing that they are alone. Lisa watches in horror as Congressman Arnold accepts a suitcase full of money from the lobbyist in exchange for some logging permits for Springfield National Forest.

An angry Lisa rips up her essay and runs away, with tears welling in her eyes. Act three[ edit ] Lisa wanders around Washington D. She gazes up at the Lincoln Memorial in the distance and decides to pay a visit to him for some advice. Lisa makes her way to the statue, but as she tries to address Lincoln her questions are drowned out by other visitors also expressing their troubles to the statue.

She heads over to the much less crowded Jefferson Memorial and asks President Jefferson for some advice. However, Jefferson is upset that Lisa only came to see him because the Lincoln Memorial was too crowded, and as he begins ranting and complaining, Lisa just walks away to look for advice and new inspiration elsewhere. Homer peeks his head in, and when he sees all the expensive things Bart has ordered, he quickly angers and attempts to choke Bart.

But, Bart quickly reminds Homer that the trip is all expenses paid, and soon after, Homer can be seen smoking a cigar while receiving a massage. The finals for the essay contest are held at the Kennedy Center; a musician plays a corny little song and dance solo on the piano, about the National Deficit to warm up the audience. Faith Crowley introduces the panel of judges to the audience, and she introduces the first essayist, Lisa.

Lisa is nowhere to be found and the audience begins to murmur when, suddenly a scowling Lisa stomps in from outside.

The door slams behind her as she makes her way to the podium. She requests to read a different essay that she has prepared and Faith grants her permission.

Lisa reads her newly written essay that is filled with anger and rage towards the United States government and divulges the information she learned about Congressman Arnold and his bribe taking. The audience gasps and murmurs as Lisa finishes her essay; one of the judges for the contest happens to be a Senate page, and he rushes to a phone to inform his superior Senator that a little girl has lost faith in democracy.

When Congressman Arnold goes along with idea and accepts a bribe, more F. I agents storm the office and take him under arrest.

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A short time later in the House of Representatives, a vote is taken on House Bill , regarding the expulsion of Congressman Arnold. All of this takes place within a few short hours, just as the last of the finalists at the essay contest reads his essay.

At the contest a brief recess is called so that the judges can tabulate their votes for the best essay and the Simpson family waits outside the Kennedy Center during the recess. Homer purchases a newspaper from a newsy touting the headline about the expulsion of Congressman Arnold and when Lisa sees the headline, her faith in democracy is restored.

Back inside the Kennedy Center the musician is back on stage, this time with a corny song and dance about the Trading Gap. As he finishes his number, Faith steps to the podium to announce the results that have been tabulated; Lisa, with her faith restored, sheepishly stands up on stage with the other finalists.

Not surprisingly, Lisa does not win the contest, but she does teach Bart an important lesson. As the musician plays a final corny song and dance number, Bart pulls out his slingshot and pelts the musician on stage, causing him to halt mid-song.