Artie manages to scapegoat Homer by deliberately letting Homer win 98% of Ziffcorp stocks in a poker game, thus making Homer legally liable for Artie's deceit, but he eventually confesses his guilt to the authorities when Marge berates Artie for his poor character and she reveals that his own selfish behavior are the real reasons why no one likes him.
He prays for God to watch over him and his younger brother, Todd, as well as for the success of his father's business.
She once attempted to seduce Ned Flanders, has had an illegitimate child with Mayor Quimby, and has flirted with Homer.
Their name is a play on , they have blond hair and usually wear a whistle and takes a tough-as-nails approach to teaching.
King and Tyson were asked to appear in the episode but declined.
Little is known about Mel.