Episode - 3F17\\
First Aired - 3/31/1996

While stuck with Patty and Selma at the DMV as part of "Go to Work With Your Parents Day" (which Principal Skinner cooked up in order to accommodate his vacation to Hong Kong) Bart creates a fake driver's license that says he's 25 years old, and, with the help of Martin's $600 he got from his father the stockbrocker, Bart, Martin, Milhouse, and Nelson go on a road trip. Meanwhile, Lisa and Homer spend time together at the nuclear plant, and Marge must deal with being left alone.

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* {{Angrish}} / DissonantSerenity: Homer seems okay after Lisa tells him about Bart's trouble, but his face turns red. Then he puts on a radiation helmet and rants so much that the helmet fogs up. And immediately afterwards, he composes himself and very calmly states:
-->"All right, I have thought this through. I will send Bart the money to fly home, [[BreadEggsMilkSquick then I will murder him]]."
* AFoolAndHisNewMoneyAreSoonParted: Martin made one million dollars on the stock market. As soon as he's told that, he lost all but $600 and is reprimanded by his father for being greedy. Not bad, considering he only started with ten dollars.
* FailedASpotCheck: The boys might not have gotten in as much trouble had Milhouse seen that the AAA guide was from 1982.
* HiddenDepths: Nelson loves Andy Williams so much that he bashes the back of Bart's head to stop and attend a concert in Branson, MO.
* HumanMail: This is how Bart and his friends travel home in a shipment crate.
* MotorMouth: When Lisa reveals to Homer how Bart's in trouble.
* NonIndicativeName: Nelson and Bart go to the cinema to see a film named "Film/NakedLunch".
-->'''Nelson:''' [[TakeThat I can think of at least two things wrong with that title...]]
* RiddleForTheAges: How does Homer know that Branson, MO is "Vegas, if it were run by Ned Flanders"? Has he ever been there? Did Flanders tell him about it?
* RoadTripEpisode: Just the main plot. The B-story focuses on Homer and Lisa bonding at the nuclear plant and the scant C-story focuses on Marge trying to find something to do while her husband is at work, Bart is on the road, and Lisa is with Homer.
* SmartPeopleKnowLatin: To [[SlumberPartyPloy cover going on a road trip]], Bart tells his family he's going to the National Grammar Rodeo.
-->'''Lisa:''' I'm the best student in school, how come I never heard about this competition?
-->'''Bart:''' Maybe because you are, as we say in Latin, a "dorkus malorkus."
-->'''Lisa:''' That's not Latin. Mom, Bart's faking it.
-->'''Marge:''' Lisa, you've had your glory. Now it's Bart's turn.
* SpillStainSabotage: To have Bart be able to get his friends home, Homer orders a new control console from the nuclear plant supplier. Informed over the phone that his console is still working, Homer pours soda on it and the alarmed representative makes the order.
* SwivelChairAntics: Lisa decides to liven things up by spinning in swivel chairs wearing hazmat suits. Homer replies that, "This is a lot more fun with a second person."
* WhoIsDriving: At one point, Bart joins Milhouse, Nelson, and Martin in the backseat. When they ask who is driving, Bart casually answers "cruise control", mistaking cruise control for some form of auto-pilot. The car then plows right into a cornfield.
* XMeetsY: Bart says that Branson, Missouri is "Vegas if it were run by Ned Flanders," which is TruthInTelevision.
* [[YouDontLookLikeYou You Don't Sound Like You]]: Lisa's and Nelson's voices are deeper and scratchier than usual in this episode.