"Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts" is the second episode of Season 23.
Superintendent Chalmers is convinced into educating Bart about Theodore Roosevelt, which turns out to be successful. Bart invites the bullies to his education stint, and they like it; however, when Nelson gets injured on a unauthorized field trip to locate Teddy Roosevelt's spectacles, Chalmers gets fired. The boys then take over the school, with all of the kids in it, and agree to allow the staff to enter if Chalmers gets his job back.
The episode starts with Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa going to the Springfield Elementary School auction. Bart poses as an English widow named Edith Knickertwist on the phone. 'She' bids thousands of dollars for each item meaning the school would have raised $116,000 had it not been a prank. Skinner gets displeased with Superintendent Chalmers (mainly over a matter of being lop-shouldered) and says he should try teaching Bart.
Chalmers is nervous about this as he can, but the last time he was teaching, teenagers danced on him. Later, Superintendent Chalmers reveals his hero as former President Theodore Roosevelt. Bart learns about Teddy Roosevelt and gets Milhouse, Jimbo, Dolph and Nelson. After Nelson sprains his arm in an accident while on a field trip, his mother theaters to sue Superintendent Chalmers and he ends up getting fired for taking the boys on an unauthorized field trip. Once again it is up to Bart to help get his job back, by getting all the teachers out of the school and locking the doors and windows to protest. The teachers are happy to leave but realize they are unable to get their paychecks and become furious. Skinner wants Willie to smash the door with a tractor but Bart and the bullies threaten to jettison the photocopier from the second story window. Bart instructs the bullies to gather everyone in the gym and Milhouse to take a nap. Meanwhile, the police and FOX News have been called. After discussing certain matters with Bart, Chief Wiggum slams his gun down, and a round strikes the School Boardman. Chalmers is reinstated and has his title increased to super-duper-intendent. Afterwards, Milhouse behaves like being in a heavily drunken manner after not taking his nap.