The majesty of the Olympic Winter games. The pagentry of goodwill and competition amidst the snowcapped monuments of God's Cathedral. Elsewhere, at the C. Montgomery Burns International Games, people are carreening down the slopes and slamming into the Sno-Cone cart. Yes, Monty Burns has brought the thrills of multi-nation winter sports to Springfield to prove himself the finest snow sportsman in the world--but alas, without the stone-cold snowboarding of one Bart Simpson, he may just suffer the bitter agony of defeat. As the old saying goes; the winter makes for strange shred fellows.
by Hammersley, Gladden, Tran, Harkins, Boothby, Ortiz, Bavington