"Bart Sells His Soul" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 8, 1995. In the episode, while being punished for playing a prank at church, Bart declares that there is no such thing as a soul and to prove it he sells his to Milhouse for $5 in the form of a piece of paper with "Bart Simpson's soul" written on it. Lisa warns that Bart will regret this decision, and Bart soon experiences strange changes in his life. Thinking he has really lost his soul, he becomes desperate to get it back. Lisa eventually obtains it and returns it to a relieved Bart.

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  • Bart vende su alma, titulado Bart Sells His Soul en la versión original, es el cuarto episodio de la séptima temporada de la serie animada Los Simpson, estrenado originalmente el 8 de octubre de 1995. Fue escrito por Greg Daniels y dirigido por Wes Archer. En el episodio, Bart, escéptico, le vende su alma a Milhouse por cinco dólares, pero luego de unos días se da cuenta de su error y trata de recuperarla. (es)
  • Bart vend son âme (Bart Sells His Soul) est le 4e épisode de la saison 7 de la série télévisée d'animation Les Simpson. (fr)
  • "Bart Sells His Soul" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 8, 1995. In the episode, while being punished for playing a prank at church, Bart declares that there is no such thing as a soul and to prove it he sells his to Milhouse for $5 in the form of a piece of paper with "Bart Simpson's soul" written on it. Lisa warns that Bart will regret this decision, and Bart soon experiences strange changes in his life. Thinking he has really lost his soul, he becomes desperate to get it back. Lisa eventually obtains it and returns it to a relieved Bart. "Bart Sells His Soul" was written by Greg Daniels, who was inspired by an experience from his youth where he had purchased a bully's soul. Director Wesley Archer and his team of animators visited Chili's for examples to use in Moe's family restaurant. The episode includes cultural references to the song "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", by Iron Butterfly, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, and a parody of the book Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret., by Judy Blume. Writers from the fields of religion, philosophy, popular culture, and psychology cited the episode in books discussing The Simpsons and the show's approach to the nature of the soul. The episode was positively received by the media, and is regarded as one of the series' best. The creative team of The Simpsons puts the episode among the top five best episodes of the series, and series creator Matt Groening cited "Bart Sells His Soul" as one of his favorite episodes. It has been used by secondary schools in religious education courses as a teaching tool. (en)
  • «Bart Sells His Soul» (рус. Барт продает свою душу) — четвёртая серия седьмого сезона мультсериала «Симпсоны». (ru)
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  • Bart vende su alma, titulado Bart Sells His Soul en la versión original, es el cuarto episodio de la séptima temporada de la serie animada Los Simpson, estrenado originalmente el 8 de octubre de 1995. Fue escrito por Greg Daniels y dirigido por Wes Archer. En el episodio, Bart, escéptico, le vende su alma a Milhouse por cinco dólares, pero luego de unos días se da cuenta de su error y trata de recuperarla. (es)
  • Bart vend son âme (Bart Sells His Soul) est le 4e épisode de la saison 7 de la série télévisée d'animation Les Simpson. (fr)
  • «Bart Sells His Soul» (рус. Барт продает свою душу) — четвёртая серия седьмого сезона мультсериала «Симпсоны». (ru)
  • "Bart Sells His Soul" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 8, 1995. In the episode, while being punished for playing a prank at church, Bart declares that there is no such thing as a soul and to prove it he sells his to Milhouse for $5 in the form of a piece of paper with "Bart Simpson's soul" written on it. Lisa warns that Bart will regret this decision, and Bart soon experiences strange changes in his life. Thinking he has really lost his soul, he becomes desperate to get it back. Lisa eventually obtains it and returns it to a relieved Bart. (en)
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  • Bart vende su alma (es)
  • Bart vend son âme (fr)
  • Bart si vende l'anima (it)
  • Bart Sells His Soul (ru)
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