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Lieutenant L.T. Smash is a Navy recruiter and the founder of Party Posse.
When Bart was running away from an angry mob, L.T. Smash rescued him in his car and took him back to Bart's house. Smash revealed to the Simpson family that he was forming a boy band, the Party Posse, and he wanted Bart in for his bad boy attitude. Bart hastily agreed and eventually Marge allowed it, signing the contract. Smash then took Bart to Classified Records to meet his fellow band members; Milhouse, Nelson and Ralph.
Smash served as the Party Posse's manager, watching over them when they recorded songs or put on live shows. After Lisa found out that there was subliminal messaging in the Party Posse's songs to get people to join the US Navy, Lisa went to L.T. Smash to tell him about it. However, she found out that Smash was in with Navy and he was behind it. To show the power he had as a Navy recruiter, Smash yelled at Lenny and Carl, telling them to join the Navy, to which they both did. Smash then told Lisa that she couldn't leave as she knew too much, only to find that Lisa had already left...
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|Today is November 18.|
On this day...
- 1949: Herman Rarebell, drummer and song writer, was born.
- 1951: Bob Smith, comic inker, was born.
- 1952: Delroy Lindo, actor and guest star, was born.
- 1953: Alan Moore, comic book writer and guest star, was born.
- 1953: Kevin Nealon, actor and guest star, was born.
- 1957: Joey Miyashima, actor and guest star, was born.
- 1962: Kirk Hammett, musician and guest star, was born.
- 1971: Matthew Schofield, animator and director, was born.
- 1975: David Ortiz, baseball player and guest star, was born.
- 1984: Nina Matsumoto, comic penciller, was born.
- 1993: "Boy-Scoutz 'N the Hood" aired for the first time.
- 2001: "Homer the Moe" aired for the first time.
- 2007: "Husbands and Knives" aired for the first time.
- 2012: "Penny-Wiseguys" aired for the first time.
- 2018: "Werking Mom" aired for the first time.