more an average future episode for me and i'm not really a big fan of these kind of episodes anyway
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Now I like this episode, it had a realistic look at the future for the characters.
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.
The pacing was pretty poor, but Marge and Homer's seperation was really amusing. B-
Its an okay episode, with a few good gags. C+
Don't Fear the Roofer
I think this is an interesting idea that's well-executed and has many funny laughs. 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.
Its okay, a few good jokes to keep it afloat. 2.5/5
My favorite part:
Probably one of the better ones of the season, mainly because the humor I felt was a little more interesting. The future jokes were clever at times. Not Lisa's Wedding clever, but better a number of other season 16 episodes. Very flawed, but I like it in some ways.
Don't Fear the Roofer C+
I kind of have a nostalgia for this because I was a big Raymond at one point and this was before it ended. I also made sure to see it on original airing. Not a bad episode. I especially liked the first act. Some weird stuff and the ending is just insane, but these episodes are what make season 16 a step up from what came after.
i really like Don't Fear the Roofer, mostly because i like Ray Romano. Probably A- or so
a good, solid episode for me. Story is funny and i like the guest star in this one
One of my favourite post-classics, really good story, Homer had the classic feel to him in this one.
B+. Overrated, but still a good episode.
Weird episode, I like the other bar scenes though, and the roofer being an imaginary is much better than some of the later seasons' resolutions, and what's more I didn't see it coming for once. C+
Not a "Raymond" fan, but I still enjoyed it. One of the best of 16. A-
The Heartbroke Kid
Apart from the ending, very solid. This was the first time Al Brooks had starred in 9 years. B+/A-
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One of my favorites post-classics A+
B-. Sure, it's a good episode, but is it really that great? Why do people like this one so much?
An enjoyable episode. 4/5.
My second favorite of season 16, behind There's Something About Marrying. 15/20.
Season Rankings : 7 > 5 > 6 > 8 > 4 > 9 > 3 > 2 > 10 > 15 > 16 > 1 > 11 > 14 > 12 > 20 > 18 > 17 > 19 > 13.
I really like this episode, the ending lets it down but not a lot, so easily 5/5
Homer's fantasy of Marge as a robot could have happened in season 5, and that was the best moment IMO. Nowhere near the classics overall to me and shouldn't be rated as such unless you feel it is, but there are some nice moments. Bart being fat wasn't really a likeable storyline to me, but overall the story was done well enough especially by today's standards. C+/B-
I really like this episode. I think it has a good plot and is funny the whole way through. B+/A-
seems to be a bit overrated, but albert brooks brings the laughs again.
funny story and some good gags here too, but overall not really a special episode for me.
Now this is an episode that I find over-rated. Bart having a heart attack was a stupid idea.
A good Season 16 episode, 14/15
A Star Is Torn
Lisa's Substitute #32. Decent enough. B-
A pretty good one, 12/15
I think it's the best season 16 episode. I like the American Idol reference and I think it's very funny. A
An okay episode that I haven't seen in years.
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