Skinner: Now, Bart, Son. I Don't Know What You Think You Saw .

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Skinner: Now, Bart, son. I don't know what you think you saw ...
but, uh ... let me assure you...
Krabappel: What Seymour's, oh, what Principal Skinner means to say,
Bart, is that sometimes a little boy's imagination can run
away with him.
Bart: That's the best you can do? You could have at least said
that you were giving her CPR or rehearsing a play.
Skinner: Is it too late to say that?
Bart: [nods] Mmm-hmm.
Krabappel: We're just a little concerned, that if people were to find
out that a principal were dating a teacher, they might see
it as a conflict of interest.
Skinner: And there are those who might try to use it against us for
their own advantage.
Bart: Like me, for one.
Skinner: Like you ... for ... Bart, if life has taught me one lesson
repeatedly, it's to know when I'm beaten. Let's talk deal.
-- "Grade School Confidential"