Marge: I've always wanted to introduce you kids to the world of art. It's so enriching!
Bart: [raises his hand] I have an announcement to make: I'm bored.
Homer: Well, maybe we're all bored Bart, but we're going to cooperate anyway.
Lisa: Yeah, Bart.
Bart: Oh, brother.
Marge: Now, over here...
% Bart turns his head and his eyes pop wide up.
Bart: Ay, Carumba!
Bart: Whoooooooooooooooa, momma!
% We see what has got Bart's attention: A painting of a nude.
Bart: [growls] Now <that's> what I call the enriching world of art...
% Homer covers Bart's mouth and eyes, then sees the painting.
H: Not bad, not bad at all...
% Marge angrily covers Homer's mouth and eyes. Meanwhile, Lisa and
% Maggie admire a male nude statue's butt.
% Marge leads the family through an exhibit of ancient artifacts.
Marge: Let's try for a little dignified behavior. This <is> the art museum.
Homer: She's right, you little slobs.
% Marge indicates an exhibit. In the background, a large urn totters on its
% pedestal as Lisa's arms reach out towards it. Homer's eyes bug out.
Marge: Now here, we have some...
% Lisa covers her mouth in fright as the urn tips off its pedestal.
% (*whoosh*) Maggie zips in and catches it.
% Bart's head pops out of the urn.
B: Well, that was close. When do we go home and watch TV?
% Homer pounds his fist into his hand.
B: Careful, Dad...
% Bart ducks back into the urn.
B: This thing's priceless!
% Driving home.
Homer: [angrily] That's the <last> time I take you kids to the art museum.
Bart: Don't have a cow, Dad.
Lisa: Yeah, Dad.
Homer: Why you little...
Marge: Now calm down, Homer.
The kids just aren't mature enough yet to appreciate fine art.
Bart: Au contraire, Mom.
Lisa: We find the world of art quite enriching.
% Bart holds up a nude.
Bart: As a matter of fact, I'm thinking of becoming a collector.
% Homer turns around, sees the painting, and shrieks.