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Boy-Scoutz 'N the Hood (Medley)

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"Boy-Scoutz 'N the Hood (Medley)"
Song Information
Singers: Hank Azaria
Nancy Cartwright
Pamela Hayden
Dan Castellaneta
Yeardley Smith
Julie Kavner
Characters: Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
Bart Simpson
Milhouse Van Houten
Sailor
Barney Gumble
Homer Simpson
Lisa Simpson
Marge Simpson
Length: 3:41
Writer(s): Music: Alf Clausen
Lyrics: Dan McGrath
Album: Songs in the Key of Springfield

"Boy-Scoutz 'N the Hood (Medley)" is a track from Songs in the Key of Springfield. It is the twenty-first track on the album and consists of the songs "Saved By the Bell", "Jackpot", "Springfield, Springfield", "Remember This?" and "Another Edwardian Morning" from the episode "Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood".

Lyrics[edit]

Saved By the Bell[edit]

Apu:
Hello, gents. What will it be?
Milhouse:
Apu, give us a Super-Squishee.
Bart:
One that's made: entirely out of syrup.
Apu:
Entirely out of... An all-syrup Super-Squishee? S-such a thing has never been done.
Bart:
Just make it happen.
Apu:
Oh dear... Won't be long. She won't hold! She's breaking up! All done. If you survive, please come again.
Milhouse:
It's so thick. Your turn, Bart.
Bart:
Wowww... That's good Squishee.

Jackpot[edit]

Milhouse:
What's it like, Bart? Bart? Bart...?
Bart:
[makes high-speed gibberish noises]
Milhouse:
Gimme that!
Bart:
OK... We're young, rich and full of sugar. What do we do?
Milhouse:
Let's go crazy, Broadway-style!


Springfield, Springfield[edit]

Bart & Milhouse:
Springfield, Springfield,
It's a helluva town!
The schoolyard's up,
And the shopping mall's down.
The stray dogs go,
To the animal pound!
Bart:
Springfield, Springfield...
Milhouse:
Springfield, Springfield...
Sailor:
New York, New York...
Bart:
New York is thataway, man!
Sailor:
Thanks, kid!
Bart & Milhouse:
It's a helluva town!
[montage of Bart and Milhouse taking on the town]
Homer:
Mmm... free goo.
Milhouse:
Hey, don't bogart that Squishee!
Barney:
I dunno where you magic pixies came from but I like your pixie drink.
[hallucination of Apu laughing like a madman]

Remember This?[edit]

Bart:
[back in bed, groaning] Oh, my head.
Lisa:
Tsk, tsk, tsk, the remorse of the sugar junkie.
Bart:
Oh, I don't remember anything.
Lisa:
Really? Not even this?
[Lisa takes off the covers to discover Bart wearing a Junior Camper outfit]
Bart:
Oh, no. I must have joined the Junior Campers!
Lisa:
The few, the proud, the geeky.
Bart:
Boy, a man on a Squishee-bender can sure do some crazy things.

Another Edwardian Morning[edit]

Bart:
Okay look, I made a terrible mistake. I wandered into a Junior Camper recruitment center. But what's done is done. I've made my bed and now I've got to weasel out of it.
Marge:
I know you think the Junior Campers are square and... "uncool," but they also do a lot of neat things, like sing-a-longs and flag ceremonies.
Homer:
Marge, don't discourage the boy. Weaseling out of things is important to learn. It's what separates us from the animals. Except the weasel.

Behind the Laughter[edit]

"Springfield, Springfield" is a parody of "New York, New York" from the musical On the Town.

Appearances[edit]