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    Bart: There's more than one way to lose a tooth...Hey, idiot, you're fat and your mom is naked on the internet! You also smell.

    Nelson: .....You've given me a lot to think about.


    The main plot was interesting and unusual, but Lisa's plot was a little pointless. The humor put it over the top, however, so I'll give it a good grade. 4/5, B+
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    Not quite sure what to make about this episode.
    It really had some funny moments and the story was also funny.
    But sometimes it was really too weird and not so good at all imo.

    3.5/5

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    Very scattered, with the main focus constantly shifting from one issue to another throughout the episode, but it still was a great season 16 offering. The characterizations of every character were spot-on (except maybe for Marge, but she wasn't too bad either), had a lot of well-executed jokes that didn't fall into the modern era's usual traps of over-explanation or plain stupidity, and I liked the different themes and ideas that weaved their way through the three acts. 4/5

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    Hilarious jokes and gags, a very fun episode. Homer threatening to blow the place up... priceless. 5/5.

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    not a terrible episode for the jean era. 4/5

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    Well, watched it after not watching it for a very long time. I gotta say that there are several hitches such as plot shifting its focus at times, but other than that, plot itself featured several good characterizations, several funny moments, and put together as a plausible episode. It is enjoyable, no doubt and is one of the better ones of S16 imo... which is already a good season in my view B+
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    I would have been a 5/5, due to great humor and an interesting plot, but the third act fell apart when the subplot never got resolved and the fact that Homer never got his job back. A slightly generous 4/5.

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    B+, or 4.5/5 for the poll

    I think that Homer and Bart both had classic characterization in this one

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    5/5, a great ep

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    I might as well bring up that I'm currently taking these "fun" courses in the summer and today I heard some kids talking about this episode. They didn't mention the name but here's what I've caught them saying, or something like that.

    "The episode where Bart gets a lot of money from selling t-shirts with bad sayings on them."
    "Nuclear reactor"

    I didn't hear anymore of it because I had to go to the bathroom. I just thought I would bring it up.

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    Not great, but it's certainly enough to keep my attention. A low 3/5. It helps that it's from the string of okay season 15 holdovers.

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    I just rewatched this episode for the first time in many, many months. All I can say is that it was FAR funnier than I remembered. Great joke after great joke along with brilliant performances from Bart and Homer kept me entertained throughout. Two jokes stoodout above the rest on this viewing though. The best joke of the episode came at the end of the Burns/Smithers back and forth at the Power Plant. They were both already making me smile throughout the scene, but the revelation of it being Christmas Day had me cracking up pretty hard. A second, not quite as good joke that got a good laugh from me was the fourth wall breaking Korean animator joke. Regardless, I had a smile on my face throughout. Solid 5/5

    Also, during the lion documentary scene I couldn't help but think of the recent American Dad episode that had the exact same comparison/issue with Stan and Steve...or was it walruses in that one?....same concept anyway. Of course, that issue isn't brought up in this episode until it is over half over, while it drives the American Dad episode, and the two shows quickly change paths with Homer instead turning to Lisa. Just thought it was interesting to note that even by the time of the 16th season the show was still capable of tackling different issues/taking different story paths multiple times per episode while keeping the laughs solid throughout.

    Cheers to Osama bin Scratchy!

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    An overall good episode.

    4/5

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    Eh, generally unmemorable.

    3/5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh, that's raspberry! View Post
    Cheers to Osama bin Scratchy!
    Do you think they will cut that part of the episode from now on coinciding with his death yesterday?

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    Honestly, I was pretty creeped out by how everything turned out yesterday. I mean, less than a day after I watched that episode again the monster dies...creepy...

    But no, I doubt they will seeing as it took all of 2 seconds and would be difficult to edit out. Plus, it's a legitimately funny little joke.

    I was actually considering changing my icon to a picture of it too...ah well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comicshow MolemanBob View Post
    Do you think they will cut that part of the episode from now on coinciding with his death yesterday?
    Maybe they can do a "In memory of Osama Bin Scratchy" at the end of the episode.

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    Regardless, I do wonder if they'll mention yesterday at all during the audio commentary for this episode. I would think so, but it is such a quick gag that it might be talked over. Well, only two more years until we find out...uggh...

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    This episode is okay; nothing special in my opinion. I loved the Korean animation joke, but that seems to be the only one that stands out. It also didn't resolve the subplot. What will Lisa bring to the science fair now? 3/5, C.

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    i sincerely doubt they'll cut the osama bin scratchy joke. if it was a bigger joke than a couple seconds, maybe, but it was a short scene

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    the Ms. Suzy had a Steamboat scene was something that was cut from When Flanders Failed
    I haven't heard anything about that yet! Where did you learn about it?
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    Did I not comment on this? Great episode.

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    The plot of this episode is really messy. The Lisa science fair plot isn't introduced until well into the second half of the episode, and then Bart's t-shirt plot is abandoned until the very end. Also, Goose Gladwell is pretty annoying. On the other hand, this episode is somewhat funny. I like both plots, but I can't get past how horribly structured they are (I also like the idea of Homer being "replaced" by Bart, which developed naturally from the t-shirt plot, but the lion show seemed to throw into a direction that it shouldn't have gone into, and the second plot is introduced quite abruptly). 3/10
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    Yeah, this episode has an odd structure.

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    The plot feels pretty disjointed but its a very funny episode. Grade: B+
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    How did Lisa do at her science fair? That's what I'm left wondering. 4/5
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    Great episode. There's no real plot to speak of, but it's just good fun thoughout. 5/5

    PS: if I was writer of the episode, I'd put a joke into the convention scene about a stall selling Acme Glue, with the salesman cartoonishly struggling while trying to get off his chair behind it. But I don't make 'em, I just watch 'em.

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    Disjointed plot but its a funny episode. Grade: B-

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    There are a lot of laugh out loud moments here, more than the usual season 16 borefest. The main plot with Bart selling t-shirts wasn't inspired, but it came into it's own when Homer decides to help Lisa with her science project. In fact the nature show with the lions was very reminiscent of the sort of jokes you'd have seen during the shows prime. Lisa is usually the only character of any value these days but it sort of brought out the loveable qualities of Homer. There were enough decent gags in this part of the episode to save it from being an average 3/5. The "Krusty" brand geiger counter, the part where Lisa tentatively answers yes when Homer asks about her NON functioning power plant, and this



    he built a robot that doesn't like him ffs. and i actually like how the sub-plot came together with the main story at the end, which is quite a rare thing in the newer episodes. A-
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