Marge suggests that Bart take music lessons, but Bart isn't interested until he meets a beautiful piano teacher and falls in love with her. Wanting to please his teacher and mother, Bart fakes piano proficiency at a recital with a CD recording. His great playing inspires other parents to send their children to his teacher, but she doesn't show any gratitude for his scheme. Eventually Bart confesses that he was faking it and Marge is very disappointed, until she is reminded that Bart had good intentions for his lies. Meanwhile, Homer loses his top two hairs and has a crisis about being bald. He comes to terms with it and shows Marge his bald head. She likes his confidence and hugs her husband, causing two new hairs to grow on his head.
Martin: Let me go. I have a swim lesson with a gorgeous lifeguard.
Dolph: What gender?
Martin: You're not allowed to ask.
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Carl: Why don't we talk about it over at Moe's?
Homer: It's not even noon.
Carl: Yeah, I got a watch, egghead.
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