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ANYONE WHO DOESNT LIKE THIS EPISODE, DOESNT LIKE COMEDY OR HAS A HEART!
homer: I know i havent been the best christain, but can I have 400000?
homer: I know I havent been the best jew, but could I have 4000000?
homer: I know I havent been the best- oh forget it.
I laughed, I almost got teary eyed for the part when bart and lisa were giving words to each other.
Last edited by SIR oinks alot; 10-24-2009 at 09:10 AM.
As typical for season 4, an awesome episode all the way through. 5/5 definitely.
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4.5/5, rounded up to a 5
5/5 great episode mixing touching moments and comedy.
One of my favourite episodes from my favourite season of The Simpsons.
''Bed goes up, Bed goes down'' Classic
Last edited by LittleMissLisaSimpson; 10-29-2009 at 02:17 PM. Reason: forgot to write the rest of the text sorry :(
"Trust in yourself & you can achieve anything" - Lisa Simpson
Favourite Season - Season 4
(I'm feeling a little bit lazy at the moment so I copied my review from the "Rating Episodes Daily" thread and edited it to some extent):
Homer's Triple Bypass is definitely one of my favorite episodes; it's an almost perfect combination of great humor and seriousness. The whole episode really shows the brilliance of the fourth season, it is so darn memorable and it also has one of the best apperances of Doctor Nick. All the animation in it is also top notch; one of my favorite scenes from the season (and the show) is when Homer suffers his big heart attack in Burns's office, I love the little screen that shows his heart thumping.
the beginning of the episode was pretty fantastic, and Dr. Nick is always a hero to all men.
This is one of the most underraited episode
Outstanding episode. Very funny and extremely emotional. 5/5
A brilliant episode. I think they mix humour with emotion really well.
5 / 5
The scene with Bart, Lisa and Homer at the hospital was one of the great emotional scenes of the series. Was great, wish they did this more with the show.
Excellent, always-funny episode. Sometimes I believe it's even better than Marge vs the Monorail. From the Homer/Burns scene to the Dr Nick scenes, this episode deserves a proud vote of 5/5
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"I got blisters on me fingers!" ~ Ringo Starr (Helter Skelter)
Led Zeppelin IV > Houses of the Holy > Physical Graffiti > Led Zeppelin II > Led Zeppelin I > Led Zeppelin III > Presence > In Through the Out Door > Coda
Absolutely hilarious, touching, great characterisation (typical Season 4 episode) 5/5, 10/10 A + indeed.
Last edited by Bleedin' Gums Murphy; 12-19-2011 at 01:34 PM.
What an amazing episode. Touching, drop-dead hilarious, and a great storyline. A+, and definitely in my Top 5.
My friend's daughter, now 16, wants to be a surgeon when she grows up and has been extensively studying human anatomy,
The doctor was describing what needed to be done to certain bones. The daughter interrupted... "Uh Dad. That bone he just described is in the foot. Not the hand."
My friend got up and ran away--making his way to a hand specialist three and half hours away. The surgery went well.
The point is--there really are Dr. Nicks in this world and there really are Lisa Simpsons too.
Oh. And I give the episode an A. Pretty much the entire 4th season deserves an A.
Especially the bed scene and when Bart and Lisa say stuff to Homer
"Lisa it's time I told you you were addopted "
I didn't review this episode yet ?
Fantastic episode, one of the best of Season 4 and that's really saying something. Hilarious gags as well as a really emotionally invested plotline lead to a classic Simpsons episode in my book. 5/5.
"Mason" is the kind of guy I could dig...A GRAVE FOR!
4/5, an overlooked classic (by me anyway) which is just on the outskirts of my top 50. I might have to rewatch it sometime.
One of my favorite Episodes EVER!
A funny scene I always remember is
Mr.Burns:Quick Smither get the Ham
Homer:Ummmmmmmmmmm Haaaam *is revived*
Mr.Burns:Cancel the Ham
This episode has the perfect balance, it has touching moment's and still manages to be one of the funniest episodes of all time.
It also has some of the best Animation that this show has had.
Infact this whole episode is amazing in every way.
So In the end this episode is perfect and is my 2nd favourite episode for a reason.
85% 5/5 = Justice
A sweet and memorable season 4 outing. Homer explaining the surgery to Bart and Lisa as well as Homer saying a tentative goodbye to the kids are poignant moments the show used to be capable of.
The animation was also in top form, especially Homer's heart attack, the radioactive dye, and Homer trying to sign the Insurance policy.
Chief Wiggum: This is Papa Bear! Put out an APB for a male suspect driving a..car of some sort. Heading in the direction of uh..you know, that place that sells chili. Suspect is hatless, repeat, hatless!
Homer: I keep hearing this horrible, irregular thumping noise.
Mechanic: It's your heart and I think it's on its last thump.
Homer: Whew, I was afraid it was my transmission.
Billy: hey, where's he going?
Mechanic: Billy, remember that old Plymouth we just couldn't fix?
Billy: We're going to sell him to Mr. Nickopopolous?
Mechanic: You're a dull boy Billy.
Mr. Burns: Look at that pig, stuffing his face with donuts on my time! That's right, keep eating. Little do you know you're drawing ever closer to the poisoned donut. There is a poisoned one, isn't there Smithers?
Smithers: Uh, no Sir. I've discussed this with our lawyers, they consider it murder.
Mr. Burns: Damn their oily hides!
Smithers: Mr Burns, I think he's dead.
Mr. Burns: Oh dear, send a ham to his widow.
Homer's ghost: Mmmm ham.
Smithers: No wait, he's alive.
Mr. Burns: Oh, good. Cancel the ham!
Marge: Homer's in the hospital, they think it's his heart!
Selma: Oh my God.
Selma: 5 cents off wax paper.
Homer: Oww! Remember your hippopotamus oath!
Homer: Don't worry, Marge. America's health care system is second only to Japan, Canada, Sweden, Great Britian, well all of Europe, but you can thank your lucky stars we don't live in Paraguay.
Homer: Oh, Doctor. I was in a wonderful place, filled with fire and brimstone, and there were all these guys in red pajamas sticking pitchforks in my butt.
Marge: Oh Homie, I don't know. This might upset them.
Bart: Nothing you say can upset us, we're the MTV generation.
Lisa: We feel neither highs nor lows.
Homer: Really, what's it like?
Intercom: Dr. Riviera, Dr. Nick Riviera, please report to the coroner immediately.
Dr. Riviera: The coroner, I'm so sick of that guy. Well, see you in the operating place.
Sunday School Teacher: ...And that's why God causes trainwrecks.
Dr. Nick: What the hell is that?
Highlights include Bad Cops, the destruction of Edgar Allen Poe's birthplace, Wiggums locked jaw, Dr. Hibbert dumbing down his diagnosis, Merry Widow Insurance Co., Homer searching for 40,000$ (I know I haven't always been the best Jew), Bed goes up Bed goes down, Homer's "replacement", People who look like things (and a new candle now and then?), Mr. McCraig (with a leg for an arm and an arm for a leg), and Homer ruling intensive care.
Last edited by Lionel Hutz; 12-11-2012 at 05:21 PM. Reason: I haven't always been the best poster, but I have rented The Simpsons Movie, and I will watch it, anyhoo can I have $40,000?
singing: The kneebone's connected to the... something! The something's connected to the... red thing! The red thing's connected to my... wristwatch!
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