11/25/2013 05:49 am ET

'The Simpsons': Bart Finally Learns The Meaning Of 'Ay Caramba!' (VIDEO)

"The Simpsons" got political in an episode featuring guest voice Eva Longoria. She played Lisa's new friend, Isabel, who also happened to be a Republican. It was almost more than Lisa could stand, and she couldn't help stereotyping a little.

“I just can’t believe someone like you would be a Republican. I mean, isn’t your last name Gutierez?" Lisa asked Isabel.

“What exactly are you saying?” Isabel asked her.

“I’m just saying that people of your heritage, which could be any one of many heritages," Lisa said, trying to salvage things. "I’m not pigeon-holing. Is it a Catholic thing?”

With this, Bart let his signature catch-phrase fly, saying, "Ay caramba!" When Isabel asked him if he knew what it meant, Bart admitted he didn't. "Uh, there’s a caramba in my eye?” he guessed.

“It’s the Spanish version of ‘Hot damn!’” Isabelle told him. TV Fanatic's Teresa Lopez loved the quick lesson -- especially the fact that his reaction to learning the meaning of "ay caramba" was to exclaim, "Ay caramba!"

"The Simpsons" airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.

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