From Lichtenslava with Love
| From Lichtenslava with Love
| Comic Story information
Skinner tells the students in Bart's class how ads in magazines can be misleading. He shows an advert for a decommissioned Soviet submarine and Bart, seeing a prank opportunity, tries to get Homer to buy it. Bart later decides to order it without the approval of Homer and Marge. However, his letter goes astray in the Lichtenslavic mail system when it is partly eaten by a goat.
A few weeks later when Bart comes home, he finds that Agna, a mail-order bride, has arrived from Lichtenslava and expects to marry the man who "ordered" her. As Agna starts to settle into the Simpson household by helping Marge with the household chores, Lisa explains to Agna she can't marry Bart, but Agna wants to marry him so she can stay in America. Bart realizes that he can't marry Agna, and Lisa feels sorry for her and thinks she can look for another fiancé among the men of Springfield. The family put up advertisements and all the city's single men come to meet Agna. Not wanting to marry any of Springfield's bachelors, Agna returns to her home in Lichtenslava.