Bart decides to learn Bridge.
He convinces his dad Homer to buy him some cards and a beginner’s book and starts to learn.
A week later, the cards are scattered and the book is buried in a closet.
Homer asks “Bart, why aren’t you learning Bridge?”
“It’s too hard, Dad,” Bart replies.
“Son,” the elder Simpson mused philosophically, “anything that’s hard can’t be worth doing. Let’s go watch TV!” — from “The Simpsons” (adapted)