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that's a great lisa picture btw
the episode had some fun moments, but it's... just decent i guess, not that appealing but watchable. B-
calmer than you are
Old Yeller Belly
The story was in sane, the execution of it was better, but still far from good. D+/C-
Meh, nothing awful about it but then again nothing special.
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.
An average, forgettable episode. C
i agree, it's really forgettable episode, also i'm not a big fan of Santa L. Helper based stories.
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Dude Where's My Ranch?
Not bad at all. The ranch offers an interesting backdrop and some intersting one-time characters, and both plots are executed well. There seems to be a lot going on, but the episode retains control, and David Byrne is used to good effect. The song, and all that goes with it, was very well done too.
A good, controlled, and refreshing episode. In the top 3 of Season 14.
Old Yeller Belly
Quite good, I think. Nothing too extraordinary, but an episode which moves at a nice pace and has some really good moments. Starts off really well, really like the treehouse scenes, and finishes well at the beach, too. The plot perhaps lacks a bit of dimension at times, but certainly above average for Season 14. Very enjoyable.
I'll revive this thread.
Brake My Wife, Please
Certainly not an awful episode, though nothing out of the ordinary. Very much typical of this period in the show's history. Another marriage dispute, so nothing fresh there.
Quite bland really, there is the odd good gag, but I cared relatively little for what was quite a wacky stream of events. Didn't really feel "right".
awful episode, more on r&r thread. F/D-
I liked the musical sequence, the rest...not as much. C-
i actually like this episode and especially Buscemi as guest star.
C-/D+. Really one of the worst episodes of the season.
I think it's the worst of s14
D The poster is all the evidence of suckage needed.
The Bart of War
Pretty good episode, what I remenber more about this one is that the Nelson joke made me laugh a lot.
even when the story has some flaws it is actually a really funny and entertaining episode for me too. I also liked the beginning of the episode with Ned a lot.
Good episode, I enjoyed the entire thing from start to finish. B+
Very solid episode, one of the better ones of the season. B
One of my favourites of the post-classics, good all-around episode.
Moe Baby Blues
Excellent episode, in my opinion. One of my favorite post-classics, this episode feels like it could've been made in Season 8.
A, just excellent. One of the best post-classic episodes.
one of my favorite post-classic episodes and one of the best Moe centred episodes in general (ok, there are not so many)
One of the better of the post-classics.
I really enjoy it, mainly because it features two great characters. A
Treehouse of Horror XIV
Reaped Madness: B+/A-
Stop the World, I Want to Goof Off: A-/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.
A solid THOH. B- for men.
I really like the first and third segments. Receives an A- from me
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