Papa don't leech: C+/B-. Well, not that bad.
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Papa don't leech: C+/B-. Well, not that bad.
Enney Meeny Maya Moe - B+
The Good, The Sad and the Drugly - B
Eeny Teeny Maya Moe- A
The Good, the Sad and the Drugly- B+/A-
You can do anything if you put your mind to it.
Everything happens for a reason.
Just be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.
Don't worry about the world ending today. It's already tomorrow in Australia.
Pokey Mom- D+/C-
Computer Wore Menace Shoes- B+/A-
Blood Feud- 10/10 A pretty much accurate definition for "classic". Hilarity, brilliant characterizations, nice animation...
Stark Raving Dad- 9/10 Great episode though I found it somewhat uninteresting in some scenes.
Papa Don't Leech- 6/10 Weak, but not unbearable. It has some serious flaws here and there but it's still watchable.
Apocalypse Cow- 7/10 I would have enjoyed it a lot more if Lisa wasn't in a so jerkass position with her vegetarianism, but it was a good episode overall.
Any Given Sundance- 8/10 The best of the season 19 episodes I've seen today. It's not a classic and has some writing problems, but it managed to be a nice story with a good level of humor.
Season 21 ratings (A.K.A. Qwert's Generic Sig Vol. II)
Homer The Whopper 7/10 Bart Gets A 'Z' 8.5/10 The Great Wife Hope 9/10 Treehouse Of Horror XX 9.17/10
The Devil Wears Nada 9.5/10 Pranks And Greens 6.5/10 Rednecks And Broomsticks 7.5/10 Oh Brother, Where Bart Thou? 8.5/10
Thursdays With Abie 5.5/10 Once Upon A Time In Springfield 10/10 Million Dollar Maybe 4.5/10 Boy Meets Curl 6/10
The Color Yellow 9/10 Postcards From The Wedge 9.5/10
Stark Raving Dad - I agree with you Morris, there were some scenes that were uninteresting because they seem to drag, but I enjoyed the scenes in the mental institution. A-
Mr Lisa Goes to Washington - I like the animation here, Washington looks beautiful in terms of it. Satire sneaked in almost silently, Act 3 kind of dragged though. B+
Last ones ive seen.
Bart Star = 3/10
Brother From Another Series = 6/10
Homer's Phobia = 9/10
Homer's Enemy = 9/10
Last Exit To Springfield = 10/10
the computer wore meance shoes- B
the great money caper- C
skinner's sense of snow- A-
pokey mom- C-/C
worst episode ever- B+
Three Gays of the condo- B
The Heartbroke Kid - A-/A
A Star Is Torn - B+
Brake My Wife Please- C
"Secrets of a Successful Marriage" - 5/5 (It's one of the more realistic and well-done Homer-and-Marge-might-break-up-for-good episodes. Homer trying to win Marge back (by offering her utter dependence) is so sweet; you feel the love or whatever, but in a non-corny way.)
"Grade School Confidential" - 4/5 (I like the insight into the lives of Skinner and Edna, and using Bart as an intermediary is pretty funny. The ending is kind of strange, though--I think they make too big a deal over a principal and a teacher dating (which is intentional, I know, but I think they could've dialed it back a few notches in favor of developing the love story aspect (which, surprisingly enough, is pretty earnest) a bit more). And resolving the conflict through Skinner admitting to being a virgin is so...awkward. And kind of creepy. Funny...but oh so sad.)
old Simpsons I taped on vhs
Lisa the Vegetarian - 10
New Kid on the Block - 10
Last Exit to Springfield - 10
It's fun to neglect doing summer work in favor of watching TV...
"Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore" - 3/5 (I used to like this episode a whole lot more--and I still think the Bart/Lisa story is pretty dang sweet--but the resolution of the Homer/Marge subplot just doesn't do it for me. Still one of the better episodes of season 15, though.)
(Most of) "Co-Dependent's Day" - 2/5 (For some reason I taped over the last two minutes of this episode, but I've seen it enough times before to know that it doesn't become brilliant in those final minutes. The Star Wars stuff is several years too late, Homer selling Marge out--although he feels bad about it--is a pretty asshole-ish move, and it's an all-around weak attempt at yet another Marital Strife episode. I do kind of like the idea of Marge and Homer becoming winos, though.)
"My Big Fat Geek Wedding" - 2/5 (Not too funny, and I don't really like that Skinner and Edna break up. And the Homer/Marge stuff is overplayed and resolved way too sloppily. Oy.)
"The President Wore Pearls" - 4/5 (One of my favorite episodes of season 15 (although I've never seen Evita). I wish they'd do more musical episodes, 'cause this one is just really fun.)
"The Way We Weren't" - 5/5 (Easily the best episode of the season. I love seeing Homer and Marge--and the supporting cast--as kids.)
Margical History Tour- B, ending aside it was great.
THOH 9 - 5/5
Homer's Enemy - 5/5
THOH 4 - 4/5
"Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield" - 4/5 (This is one of the more forgettable episodes of season seven, because it's not as laugh-out-loud hysterical as one usually expects the show to be. But I respect the writers for exploring Marge's psyche, and the family as a unit; when she scolds them at the end for being embarrassing, it's just so...harsh, but real (ditto for the two instances of Marge snapping at Lisa). It was an interesting aspect of her character to explore, but there's something off, tonally. There are a few comedic gems here that I'd forgotten, though (Marge's hair doin' the thinkin' during the card game, "I like Bart's...I like Bart"). All in all, it's a nice little episode.)
"Bart on the Road" - 3.5/5 (I wish I liked this episode more than I do, but I just find it kind of boring at points (granted, "boring" by season seven's standards is still pretty damn great). Homer and Lisa are so sweet together, though, and the four boys chosen for the road trip share an interesting dynamic--so I can forgive the lack of fantastic gags. I like what's done with Marge's loneliness (the two instances where she's excited to get a phone call, only to find that it was intended for someone else; waking Maggie up in the middle of the night); it's an interesting sort of C-Story.)
Krusty Gets Kancelled A
One of two excellent episodes with a large amount of guest stars (the other being Homer at the Bat).
I never really got all the respect for Krusty Gets Kancelled. The guest stars felt kinda tacked on, and that usually didn't happen back then.
Bart on the Road - best part - the look on Nelson's face at the end of Moon River
Last episodes I watched:
Flaming Moe's- 10/10 C-L-A-S-S-I-C.
Burns Verkaufen Der Kraftwerk- 9.5/10 Lots of hilarious and memorable moments like the chocolate dream, the prank call (one of the best), or the ending with Homer being reemployed, but the first act was a bit weak in my opinion.
Secrets Of A Successful Marriage B+
Lady Bouvier's Lover C+
Burns Verkaufen Der Kraftwerk B
Kids, let me tell you about another so-called ``wicked'' guy. He had long hair and some wild ideas. He didn't always do what other people thought was right. And that man's name was...
I forget. But the point is... I forget that, too. Marge, you know what I'm talking about. He used to drive that blue car?
-- Homer's parable of the guy in the blue car, ``Homer the Heretic''
Ralph: I Won! I Won!
Principal Skinner: No Ralph this means you're failing English
Ralph: Me fail English? That's unpossible.
"Last Exit to Springfield" - 5/5 (I think it's overrated (to the extent that I don't consider it a top ten episode m'self), but damn if it's not one of the funniest, most creative episodes of the series (Mr. Burns doing the Grinch is so inspired, as is Lisa's song). It's an episode where all the pop-culture references enhance the story, give you insight into how the character's minds work (Homer's mafioso fantasy, for example). And the gotta-pee and Burns-is-coming-on-to-me runs are hysterical; this is one of Homer's funniest episodes, for sure.)
"Whacking Day" - 4.5/5 (It's a bit uneven, plot-wise (it's funny that Whacking Day isn't even mentioned until act two), and I don't think any of the major storylines ever get off the ground long enough to reach their full potential (Bart being expelled, for example, and subsequently being homeschooled by Marge would've been rich enough territory for an episode all by itself). I do like how the story threads come together in the end, though (Bart's independent study aids Lisa in her quest to save the snakes). And it's funny, but the Barry White quasi-deus ex machina is something that would've made me roll my eyes if it had happened in, say, the Scully years--but, for some reason, the season four staff could pull that kind of random wackiness off.)
favorite part from last exit to springfield is Kent and Homer
Homer at the Bat - A
Oh my great good God! Gentlemen, your attention please. I am detecting a gigiantic amphibious life-form, it's 80 meters long and it's heading this way. Oh good glayven it's on my shoe. It's a small frog, just get off, just get off there, just get out of it, get out of it. Stupid machine, oh wait a minute, this isn't the Monsterometer, it's the Frog-Exaggerator Mm-hai.
coming to homerica- C+
futurama: the series has landed A-
leelas homeworld B-
king of the hill: pilot B-
simpsons: and maggie makes 3 A+
bart the murderer A
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