definitely a lizard person:
maybe a lizard person:
probably not a lizard person:
I agree that the animation about 15 or so seasons back IS CLASSIC, but is it wrong to enjoy both the new AND older episodes/seasons?
May I remind people that some children never grew up in the late 80's to enjoy Tracy Ullman (I am scared by the drawings in that show!) or the actual FOX premiere of The Simpsons from December of 1989. Also, I was born in early 1992, so I somehow enjoyed much of the Simpsons as I do today.
Don't see this as a negative point of view, I
Updated 08-12-2011 at 07:53 AM by SUPERFOX5
The following list is how I grade and rank the 87 episodes that make up Seasons 10, 15, 16, and 20:
1.)There's Something About Marrying - 5/5
2.)The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star - 5/5
3.)'Tis the Fifteenth Season - 5/5
4.)The Way We Weren't - 5/5
5.)Gone Maggie Gone - 5/5
6.)Don't Fear the Roofer - 5/5
7.)Fat Man and Little Boy - 5/5
8.)Treehouse of Horror IX - 5/5
9.)Lisa Gets an "A" -
18.)Mom and Pop Art - 2.5/5
19.)Maximum Homerdrive - 2/5
20.)Viva Ned Flanders - 2/5
21.)Homer Simpson in: "Kidney Trouble" - 1.5/5
22.)Homer to the Max - 1/5
23.)When You Dish Upon a Star - 1/5
Well we're officially in the terrible territory with this last batch of episodes, but Mom and Pop Art still isn't a terrible episode. I might go as far as to say it isn't really a bad episode, but I just don't find much of it funny. The famous Homer
So now, I have finally watched the first eleven seasons of Simpsons...
...I am a freak.
I never really took notes while watching the episodes for my top 30 list, so I have to hand-pick some episodes I enjoyed a lot and point out some moments in the show that I liked.
Most of them are probably related to Maggie Simpson, but who cares if I am crazy for her character?
I won't have much time for that though, my part-time job is what gets