The story begins with Bart and Principal Skinner having a dinner date. Skinner likes Bart very much but he knows that Bart is just a young boy and they can never be together. After the realization, Skinner decides to drink his sorrows away at Moe's. Homer hears Skinner's drunken woes and it gives him a plan. One night, Bart and Homer visits Skinner at the school and Homer offers Bart's "services" for a fee. Skinner is intrigued and delightfully pays up. Skinner begins the fun and proceeds to "date" Bart. Things end with Skinner's pants around his ankles. Homer is a happy man as he counts his earnings.