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    R&R Hurricane Neddy

    A great episode, though you do wonder if it let down Ned's character a little .

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    A classic. 5/5

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    I absolutley love this episode. I think it's one of the funniest ever, and is in my top 5. "Hell Diddly ding dong crap!"

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    4.5/5

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    5/5 I love it.


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    A good episode, although not one of my favourites. 4/5.

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    One of my favorite episodes I'll give it 5/5 Ned going crazy was the best part.

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    5/5 nice to see Ned episodes every so often.

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    4/5 i really like when Ned yells everyone

    Ned: i don't know you but i'm sure your a jerk
    Lenny: what's going on? i just got here

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    I really like this episode, a very underrated season eight adventure. 4.5/5.

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    I've seen it way too many times, but I still know it's a classic. 5/5
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    5/5, what's not to love?

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    4/5, best part being Ned freaking out

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    I'm not really a big fan of this episode, especially because of Ned's characterisation. It's another step to portray him as some kind of psychotic freak and i liked him more as funny overly perfect friendly neighbour. The house Homer built was really funny though.

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    A really great episode, my favorite episode of Flanders, even if the third act is a few worse. 17/20.
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    Oof, where to start? This episode is one of Flanders' best, and the way he insults Lenny gets me every time. The emotional moments in this episode are great, that scene where he's alone at church and says something about wanting to scream... well you get my point. Then he goes to the mental institution and everything goes straight to hell. Sure there's some great moments too, like Homer provoking Flanders, but it just doesn't compare to the rest of the ep in my opinion. So 4/5 overall.
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    I didn't think this was so good. 3.5/5 rounded up to a 4/5 because of the hilarius ending.

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    I love this episode. Funny story about it, in my third year of French class we all had to split off into groups and perform a skit in French, and we chose to do an abridged version of this episode. It went very well.

    Anyway, my favorite part is the whole part leading up to Ned's blowup. When they go upstairs into his rebuilt house and there's that funky hallway with Barney's face behind the door, I always crack up. How the hell did Barney get in that room anyway?

    Classic episode, 4/5

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    I'll give it a 4/5. It was interesting having some backstory to Ned and the episode gave us a fascinating insight into his character. The plot, dialogue, characterization and all that was good. The only thing that bothered me slightly was that Ned didn't apologize for his outburst after he was released from the asylum -he said some very hurtful things to a lot of people including some young children and I always thought Ned's character was such that he would be feeling guilty about that and would want to make amends as soon as possible. But otherwise a great episode

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    Underrated. Hilarious at times and just great character development all around. 5/5

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    4/5 good and funny, i especially like it because i hate ned

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    A "Do i hear the sound of butting in ? It must be Lisa Simpson, Springfields answer to a question NOONE ASKED!!" love that
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    Flanders : "The floor feels sort of gritty"
    Moe : "Yeah, we ran out of floorboards there, so we just painted the dirt ! Pretty clever !"

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    A reasonably underated episode. #15 on my all time favourite list, I loved the turn in Flanders and the residents of Springfield re-building his house was brilliant


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    Yeah, this one's really good. The story is believable and to be honest, I'm surprised how long it took the writers to come up with a Flanders-questions-his-beliefs-story. 4.3/5

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    Ned is by no means my favorite character, but I like this episode because it treats him with a certain realism and respect. Harry Shearer did a brilliant job, particularly during the more emotional moments, like the scene in the church at night where Ned really begins to lose his faith. And I enjoy Homer coaching Ned on how to be human; he's actually borderline insightful in his diagnosis, there.

    Still, I prefer act one to the rest of the episode: it's just plain funny. For all the madcap hilarity, though, the scene I found myself rewinding was the one in the basement, where Marge is attempting to solve the Rubik's cube. Stuff like that reminds me of the chemistry the family has, and how the show really shines when it comes to more observational comedy--where the joke is really in how familiar the situation is, how realistically it's played out.

    So, anyway: solid episode. 4/5

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    Nice episode and quite underrated as well. I have no beef with it and I consider it to be quite funny and even interesting; having Flanders flipping out in the middle of the episode is something that has given some depth to the character, but still, it's good that he's never been portrayed in such a psychotic fashion again, but to this day he sometimes tend to get angry/sour when he gets annoyed at someone (especially Homer) which I believe is a trend this episode started. Those flashbacks to his early life were also interesting, perhaps mostly because we got a peek of what his parents were like.

    4/5
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    One of the most forgotten episodes but, one of my favorites from season 8.



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