The epigram in Latin is as follows: Fell is said to have stayed Brown's dismissal from the college in admiration of this translation.
However the story is of apocryphal provenance, and it is known that Brown left Christ Church without a degree. Fell' was not included in Mother Goose collections until the 1920s, following its inclusion in 'Less Familiar Nursery Rhymes' (1927) by Robert Graves .
At the Springfield Swap Meet, Bart and Lisa notice Homer on the cover of an LP album.
Homer explains that he, Principal Skinner, Barney, and Apu recorded a barbershop quartet album in 1985, which catapulted them to national fame.
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The anecdote associated with the origin of the rhyme is that when Brown was a student at the Christ Church, Oxford, he was caught doing mischief.
He narrates to his family the story of how the band formed, reached the pinnacle of success, and eventually folded.
At the end of the episode, the group reunites to perform a concert on the roof of Moe's Tavern, singing their number-one hit "Baby on Board".