High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "Milhouse of Sand and Fog" is the third episode of the seventeenth season of The Simpsons. It originally aired September 25, 2005. The show starts in church. During Reverend Lovejoy's sermon, Maggie is caught scratching herself with a hymnal. Marge takes away the book, discouraged also by the fact that Homer is flossing his teeth with the bookmark string. Marge takes Maggie to the AME Church to see Dr. Hibbert, who diagnoses Maggie with chicken pox. Later at home, Maggie is given oven mitts to prevent her scratching, she cannot resist scratching herself and takes the mitts off with ease. She finds other ways to scratch herself (e.g. a cheese grater). Inspired by Flanders' suggestion of purposely exposing the boys to the chicken pox, Homer invites all the neighborhood kids over to the Simpson house for a "pox party" (at $15 a pop). He ends up catching it himself, by drinking from Maggie's milk bottle, having no childhood immunity ending up scratching himself with Bart and Lisa. One good thing comes of it, though: After a having a few custom Margaritas, Milhouse's parents reconcile.
The Norway Marco Polo Travel Guide and Handbook offers expert, in-depth advice, ideal for planning your own, independent trip. From detailed cultural information to Marco Polo's renowned Insider Tips, whatever your mood or interest, this detailed yet concise Norway travel guide is the perfect travel companion. Inside the Norway Marco Polo Travel Guide and Handbook: Land of the Fjords: Let Marco Polo lead you into a land full of natural wonders, with its deep blue fjords and its fjells, thundering waterfalls, scenic beaches and deserted mountain areas where you can go on the trail of the muskox and the elk. Discover & Understand: Innovative infographics condense large amounts of information into a format which is easy to understand. The infographics illustrate, amongst other things, Norway at a glance, the North Sea oil and gas industry and the rhythm of the local wildlife. In the mood for: Fun suggestions help you to experience the variety of Norway, whatever your personal preferences and interests. Tours: Discover Norway! Four exciting tours reflect the many sides to the country. Discover some of Norway's most beautiful beaches and coastal towns on the tour from the southern tip to Telemark or travel north right along the coast from Norway's southernmost point. Explore the North Cape or embark on a spectacular journey through the wild heart of the country. All suggested tours are plotted on detailed maps and combine the best and most interesting places to see, with tips for exciting stops along the way. Experience & Enjoy: All the things which make a trip unforgettable: from eating and drinking, shopping, sightseeing, museums & galleries, staying the night, travelling with children, festivals and going out in the evening. What are Norway's typical dishes and where can you sample them? What is there to do with children? Answers to these and many other questions can be found in this chapter. In depth knowledge: Curated and comprehensive advice offering detailed, cultural information and thorough planning tools to help you get the best out of your trip. Insider Tips and special Marco Polo insights reveal hidden gems and well-kept secrets for the curious traveller. Discover where you can go on muskox safari, where you can complete four hikes in one go, and where you'll find Ibsen's local pub. Superb 3D illustrations: vivid visuals that take you behind the scenes and provide insight into the Oseberg Ship and the Heddal Stave Church. Destinations in A-Z format: ideal for easy navigation and quick reference. Large pull-out map: Includes a separate pull-out map handily placed in a high-quality plastic wallet at the back of the book, which can also be used as a storage pocket. Handy book band: the colourful, elastic, book band is a really useful bookmark and will keep any loose tickets and notes secure inside your guide.