The Letter to the Hebrews is one of the more important letters of the New Testament, for it speaks to the Priesthood of Jesus Christand his one Sacrifice which redeemed mankind and established God's New Covenant. The Letter emphasizes the everlasting priesthood of Christ as the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy 7: Melchizedek, whose name is found only twice in Hebrew Scripture, was the king of Salem and a priest of God Most High, who brought out bread and wine and blessed Abram Genesis In Psalma Psalm of David, David announced to his successor - "You are a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek" Psalm
Plot[ edit ] Springfield Elementary School teacher Edna Krabappel feels increasingly isolated and, looking for a companion, places a personal ad in the newspaper. A yo-yo craze sweeps through the school after a group of four demonstrate the toys' potentials. Bart breaks the class fish tank with his yo-yo and Edna gives him detention.
While snooping in her desk to take back his yo-yo, he discovers her ad, and decides to get revenge on her by responding to it as a prank. He creates a new adult male alter ego named Woodrow, after former President Woodrow Wilson. Edna responds by sending a suggestive photograph.
Bart responds back using lines from a old love letter Homer sent Marge. Meanwhile, Marge notices that their dog Santa's Little Helper needs a new dog house. Homer says he can save money by building one himself, but his attempts fail and he curses loud enough for Todd Flanders to overhear.
After Todd says "hell no" and "damn" at dinner, Ned searches for any possible bad influences and later discovers he learned those words from Homer. He complains to him, who criticizes Ned's mustache. Ned promises to shave it off in return for Homer curtailing uses of profanity.
He promises to put money in a "swear jar" — 25 cents for each curse, under Marge's suggestion. Homer resists temptations to curse but nevertheless experiences intense feelings of rage.
However, his constant swearing eventually puts enough money in the jar to purchase a dog house. Bart writes Edna other letters, using dialogue from old romance films to tell her what she wants to hear, then asks to meet her at the Gilded Truffle restaurant.
Bart sees Edna waiting for Woodrow and laughs as he goes to watch a movie, but feels guilty when he comes back to see Edna still at the restaurant on the verge of tears.
Bart talks to Edna after class and feels worse after being unable to console her. He tells the family what he did and knowing the truth would embarrass Edna, Lisa comes up with the idea of writing a letter that tells her that even though "Woodrow" is leaving her, he'll always love her.
Edna receives a romantically poetic and diplomatic breakup letter from Woodrow saying that he must leave, but he will never forget her, which gives Edna closure and makes her feel better. She and Bart then spend the latter's last day of detention outside the classroom.
Production[ edit ] Hockey legend Gordie Howe 's image was used by Bart in the episode. Krabappel that examined what it was like to have Bart as a student.
Executive producer Mike Reiss pitched the idea of having Bart answer Mrs. Krabappel in a prominent role.
While recording Homer's lines for that sequence, Dan Castellaneta was told to include the cursing. According to Mike Reiss, by coincidence, some eight-year-old children were allowed to visit the studio the day those lines were recorded.
Reiss recalls that "their eyes were as big as saucers" after hearing Homer curse.Jon Morrow is the CEO of Smart Blogger (formerly Boost Blog Traffic) -- a company dedicated to teaching you what it really takes to attract loyal readers, get more traffic, and become a .
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"Bart the Lover" is the sixteenth episode of The Simpsons' third season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on February 13, In the episode, Edna Krabappel, Bart 's teacher, feels increasingly isolated and, looking for a companion, places a personal ad in the newspaper.
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