Marge questions is he is having a mid life crisis because his license plate on his car reads, "yolo" or "You Only Live Once". Marge is glad that Homer is happy with his life, due to the fact that he has had the same job, house, and car for 20 years.
Homer tells Marge about his old pen pal Eduardo Barcelona, and how they used to write about their dreams of the future to one and other. To help Homer, Marge contacts Eduardo and invites him to come and cure Homer's depression. When Eduardo arrives he is shocked by Homer's appearance and asks if his hair caught on fire while trapped in a candy store. He suggests they fulfill all Homer's childhood dreams as Eduardo has already accomplished most of his. However, she then finds out Bart was cheating all this time. And to make matters worse, she can't report him because it would mean her system failed. After that, Homer feels great and even helps Marge to fulfill her child dream, jumping on the bed. Special Guest Voices, jon Lovitz as Llewellyn Sinclair, written By. Michael Nobori, directed By, michael Polcino, credits, yolo is the fourth episode of Season 25. It premiered on November 10th, 2013. Luckily, Lisa has a solution, she creates the school honor code, where every student promises not to cheat and report every cheater they see. The parents quickly agree to Lisa's idea, and Skinner says he saves the day again by fainting like he did during a battle in Vietnam. Seymour claims the only cheating going on in this school is on Dewey Largo's diet; however Kent shows 30 identical "What I Did This Summer" reports. Brockman shows a video taken by a monitor in Edna Krabappel's classroom showing how children such as Jimbo, Kearney, and Dolph have written the answers all over their arms and stomachs.
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