Episode - 3F18\\
First Aired - 4/14/1996
While spitting on cars from a bridge, Milhouse and Bart begin to wonder if anything interesting ever happens to the people of Springfield -- and soon the episode shifts into several vignettes about the lives of everyone in town, from Apu leaving work to go to a party to Lisa getting gum in her hair to several "wacky sitcom" style set pieces (Principal Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers having lunch and Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel getting boots for Brandine) to Milhouse desperately searching for a bathroom to Nelson learning a lesson about laughing at others.
* ADayInTheLimelight: Almost everyone for the residents of Springfield such as Smithers, Dr. Nick, and others. Professor Frink is late, and can only manage to belt out his planned theme song ("Professor Frink, Professor Frink, he makes you laugh, he makes you think...")
* BookEnds: Bart and Milhouse sitting at the overpass.
-->'''Smithers:''' I-I'm allergic to bee stings. They cause me to, uh, die.
* ContinuityNod: The Kwik-E-Mart is [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E1StarkRavingDad closed for the second time ever]], and Apu [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E5LisaTheVegetarian eats a tofu dog]] at Sanjay's party.
* CutSong: The "Apu in 'The Jolly Bengali'" segment had a theme song written for it. It was not used on the episode, but was released on the ''Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons'' album.
* CringeComedy: The outrageously funny scene where Principal Skinner treats Superintendent Chalmers to dinner.
* DinnerWithTheBoss: The segment of Principal Skinner having Superintendent Chalmers over for dinner.
* HydrantGeyser: Parodied when Chief Wiggum, on foot, recognizes Snake at the wheel of his car at a light and in the ensuing attempt to flee Snake crashes into a mailbox which results in a geyser of letters spewing forth from the ground.
-->'''Lou:''' You know, I went to the UsefulNotes/McDonalds in Shelbyville on Friday night--\\
'''Wiggum:''' The [=McWhat=]?
* PottyEmergency: Milhouse's story when he's at the Comic Book Guy's store and the antique shop where Snake and Chief Wiggum are held hostage.
* RunningGagged: The "Hi, Dr. Nick!" part of the usual "Hi, everybody! Hi, Dr. Nick!" exchange is less enthusiastic than usual.
* ShoutOut: The salon where Lisa goes to remove the gum (and everything else added during the failed attempts to remove the gum) is named [[PippiLongstocking Snippy Longstockings]].
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: A VignetteEpisode-cum-''Film/PulpFiction'' parody.
* VignetteEpisode: Invoked when Bart and Milhouse discuss whether or not the people in town have their own adventures.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: This episode was written as a BackDoorPilot for a spin-off series of ''TheSimpsons'' that would focus on the minor, supporting cast (it would have been called ''Tales of Springfield''). Sadly, the spin-off never came to be, but viewers got a good episode out of it.