Dancin' Homer C+
Dancin' Homer C+
Bart's Inner Child C+
Homer: Badman A+
Maximum Homerdrive D-
"Last Exit to Springfield" (A+) came on during dinner last night in the cafeteria. I made it a point to sit with a group of kids who were watching it - we all found it hilairous.
My DeviantArt.Originally Posted by Citizen Snips
Treehouse of Horror II 5/5.
Lisa's Pony 4½/5.
From now on, there are three ways to do things: the right way, the wrong way, and the Max Power way.
Strong Arms of the Ma: 4.5/5
A Star Is Born Again: 4/5
The Old Man and the Key: 5/5
Little Big Mom: 1.5/5
Pokey Mom: 2/5
Si eres capaz de entender esto, es que sabes un poco de español (o que estás utilizando Babelfish, cosa que no te recomiendo)
Bart sells his soul & you only move twice- A+ for both. Bart sells his oul is in my top 5 and you only move twice is in my top 20.
"Aww your teeth hurt? your teeth hurt? well it's too freakin' Bad! and I'll tell you where you can stick that Sodie!..."
From the past few days:
-Marge On The Lam: B/B-
-Bart's Inner Child: C+
-Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming: B-
Brother From Another Series is also on, but it aired two weeks ago and I turned the TV off.
"The War of the Simpsons:" So underrated. This episode is just flat-out hilarious. The main plot may not have explored any new ground for Homer and Marge's relationship, but that doesn't stop it from working. The B plot is just great, big laughs the whole way through. And I loved General Sherman and "those weirdos at the bait shop." Some witty references (The Old Man and the Sea, Homer's flashback) and the first haw-haw cap off this wonderful episode. A+
"Blood Feud:" Another delightful Season 2 outing. The jokes come fast and furious in this episode, with Homer at his finest. Burns was hilarious in this one, and another subtle, clever Citizen Kane reference. The Olmec Indian Head is such a great ending (along with the family's comments on the events of the episode.) The jokes the mall (Sweet Home Alabama) also always get me. A
"The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectactular:" Pretty funny parody, and I like how they potray MG as a extremeist conserivative ("Get out of my office!") and the cheesy questions at the end and beginning of the acts. However, although the episode satirizes itself a number of times, it still gets a bit tiresome towards the end. Although Troy's closing line is just brilliant. A-
"Realty Bites:" An enjoyable, if a little bland, episode. Marge Gets a Job episodes tend to be forgettable, and this is no exception. It does, however, have a number of great Lionel Hutz lines and introduce Gil. The conflict is a bit uninteresting and weak. Solid. B
The Cartridge Family: A-
an underrated gem that is become one of my favorite season 9 episodes.
The Lastest Gun in the West- Nothing neccessarily inherently wrong with this episode, it's just not funny...at all. C.
Marge vs. The Monorail A+
Boy Scoutz N the Hood A
Worst Episode Ever B
Large Marge B-
The Bart Wants What it Wants: 4/5
The Lastest Gun in the West: 2.5/5
The Telltale Head - 9/10
Boy Scoutz N the Hood A-
Simpson Bible Stories C+
Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy A-
Guess Who's Coming to Criticise Dinner? C
My Big Fat Geek Wedding B- (What was up with that ending tacked on rubbish that made about as much sense as a 2000 episode?) Almost ruined it.
Moe: What are you telling us, were trapped like rats?
Russ Cargill: No, rats can't be trapped this easily, you're trapped like... carrots.
Saturdays of Thunder 4/5.
Flaming Moe's 5/5.
"The Springfield Files:" A bit weaker than the average Season 8 episode. A number of rather odd and/or mediocore jokes weigh the ep down. In terms of plot (and humor at times,) this felt a bit like an episode of Family Guy. The X-Files bit wasn't particularly funny, either. One thing I did like alot about the episode was the wrap-arounds, which were hilarious. B
"Miracle on Evergreen Terrace:" An enjoyable, if not spectaular, Christmas episode. The first act contained the funniest gags-Bart's dream, the store, "bloody daggers for Bart." Kent Brockman was great in this episode, and his lines stand out in my mind as the highlights of the episode. B+
Another Simpsons Clip Show C-
Well, hey... sure, it's a clip show, so I'm bored a lot of the time. But on the other hand, I'm a sucker for cutesy-osity. There are worse clip shows... at least there's precious little singing in this one
Don't count your weasels until they've popped.
Why did they tack on that remarrying ending in My Big Fat Geek Wedding?
Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming- 92%
Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk 4/5.
Homer's Night Out - 9/10
Life on the Fast Lane - 8/10
because they're out of ideas?Originally Posted by Miss Springfield
"Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(D'oh!)cious:" An original and hilarious episode. The characters are stretched a little, but the episode still works well. Jean & Reiss and Clauson did a great job with the songs. However, the songs aren't the only highlights of the episode. Stuff like "Reservoir Cats," Willie's bit, the Mad About Shoe sketch, and Sherry Bobbins' fate are what make this episode a classic. Honorable mention to Maggie Roswell, who did a great job as Sherry Bobbins. A
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