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hey, we shouldn't be mad, at least she's staying on topic!
You could've ignored her...
EDIT: Back on topic! Never mention it again!
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burbs baby burns in the jean era:
bart wants to go to a rap concert and marge and homer say no. he sneaks out, and pretends he was kidnapped and milhouse's dad is convicted. they come clean and have a party at alcatraz's (or whatever's) mansion
flaming moe's in the scully era:
moe decides to go back to bartending school and leaves homer in charge. he turns it into a yuppie bar while giving homer and friends the cold shoulder
homer the heretic in the jean era: lisa becomes a buddhist
sweet seymour skinner's badasssssss song in the jean era: bart gets mrs. krabappel drunk as a prank, ending in her getting fired. bart helps her out, the new teacher gets fired, she gets her job back
radioactive man in the jean era: homer becomes the star of a new superhero movie called everyman.
Can we also turn modern episodes to classic?
Možemo li također pretvoriti moderne epizode u klasične?
You Only Move Twice (Jean)
Homer gets a new job at the Globex corporation, requiring the family to move to Cypress Creek. Marge is enraged by the idea and she and Homer separate. Homer meets his new boss, Hank Scorpio (voiced by Seth Macfarlane in his Stewie voice) who is quickly revealed to be an international super villain intent on killing the world's lemur population. Meanwhile, Marge learns all about lemurs from Springfield's new zookeeper (voiced by Jude Law) and starts running a lemur shelter. Homer finds out about Scorpio's plan and stops his giant, lemur crushing robot just before it destroys Marge's shelter. Marge and Homer reconcile and Homer moves back home.
Subplot: Lisa becomes obsessed with Twilight and Bart makes fun of her, until she finds out he's secretly obsessed with it, too. They argue over who's better, Team Edward or Team Jacob.
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Lisa The Simpson in the Jean era: Lisa discovers that her ancestors from the South helped a black slave named Virgil escape to freedom, but she also learns that her ancestors were a bunch of spineless whimps who have no honor, so she cries and is ashamed of them.
Stark Raving Dad (Jean era)
Homer wears a dress to work and is sent to the asylum. His cellmate is a big, white, murderous Michael Jackson. When they are released, Homer phones Bart and tells him that Jackson is trying to kill him but Bart thinks this means that Micael is coming to Springfield so he tells everyone. When Jackson comes he tries to kill everyone but is crushed by a falling sattelite.
Ideally, this episode should be done before Michael Jackson actually dies.
thought of another one, the joy of sect in the jean era:
homer and bart become catholics. marge tries to convert them back to the status quo with flanders and rev. lovejoy
Some Enchanted Evening
Homer and Marge realize that they don't have as much sex anymore, so they decide to take a vacation at a Bed & Breakfast. There they realize that they love the "We could get caught any moment" feeling during intercourse, so they go all over town having sex out in the open. However, at their conceive spot for Bart, they are almost caught...and then they have to parade around town naked.
simpsons roasting on an open fire- Scully era
Homer gets fired by Mr Burns after his incompetence causes a co-worker to electrocute himself. He soon realises he won't have enough money to buy presents for his family. However to solve his problems he wins the lottery, yet again however a con man tricks Homer into giving him the money. Homer wrongfully accuses Willie as the culprit and he is arrested.
After burning down Flanders' House and punching Rod, Homer notices the lottery ticket that was stole from him is wavering in the wind he catches it, then laughs at how Ned is a male widow with no wife. Hahahahahahahahahaha and so on. Ned then tells Homer the nonsensical tale of hot Todd was abducted by Kang and Kodos. Homer forgetting why he wanted the money (for xmas presents for his family) in the first place decides to be a jerkass instead of a good father/husband, he spends money on weed and donates the rest to PBS.
Homer is alarmed when PBS discover the lottery ticket is counterfeit and not the original ticket he won earlier in the episode. In fact it was planted by Patty and Selma who wanted PBS to be mad at him. Moe does some pointless narration, before attempting suicide. PBS, angry at Homer, send him off to a mysterious island which parodies the prisoner. Homer is confused why an american show would parody a british one which probably won't have been previously viewed by the majority of it's target audience; "but hey" shrugs Homer "zany is zany". Ned decides to rescue Homer but not before they are drugged by that weird looking koala thing. Upon his rescue, Homer decides he likes Ned in this scene and kisses him. He then states he wishes Bart he was more like Rod. Rod takes this as a compliment until Homer yells "ABLE TO TAKE A PUNCH" and thumps him as he hard as he can causing Rod to bleed, defecate and cry. Homer and Ned laugh at this, until Homer inexplicably changes his mind about Ned again, and ridicules his dead wife. Ned laughs some more. A panda then pulls Homer off-screen and rapes him. Otto enters stage right and yells "SURFS UP!"
Do I get an A?
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Around these parts, we don't give the modern Simpsons an "A" for an episode like this, so why should we do the same for you?
I meant for realism not quality
KRUSTY GETS KANCELLED
Krusty gets drunk and insults his audience. He is quickly fired and is replaced by 'Gabbo'. Krusty learns that Gabbo was created by Fat Tony, and if the channel 6 bosses learn they'll shut Gabbo down, so he and Homer go to FT's mansion to get the sketches. [cue Insane Clown Poppy extract] Krusty fails to get the sketches, but learns that Gabbo is a flop and he gets his job back.
This is the best thread ever posted on this forum.
I wish I could contribute, except none of my ideas are funny. ...I'll try.
Bart Sells His Soul
Bart gets drunk and sells his soul to Milhouse. Milhouse sells it to Comic Book Guy. It turns out Comic Book Guy sold the soul on eBay. Bart then realizes he's doomed to an eternity in hell. We end the episode on a downer note.
Oh, and there's a celebrity cameo by Fred Figglehorn.
The Way We Was (Scully)
After repeated attempts of asking Marge out, plus ignoring several restraining orders, Homer decides to stalk Marge and find out what kind of music, books, and movies tickle her fancy. So, in a teenage, alcohol filled rage, Homer kidnaps a few musicians that Marge likes and makes them play music he likes at the High School prom. Still not impressed, Marge goes to make out with Artie and Homer tracks them down and when Homer mistakenly thinks Artie is forcing himself 'his' Marge, he knocks him out, but misses and hits Marge instead. When Marge comes to, she doesn't remember what happened and Homer said that Artie was the one who hit her and Marge just happens to believe him and they wind up dancing together at the prom.
HOMER AND APU
Homer eats some Kwik-E-Mart meat that makes him puke on everyone. He sues Apu and Apu is fired and replaced by whatshisname. Apu kills Homer but it turns out it was just a dream. Feeling guilty, Homer beats the shit out of James Woods but Apu takes the blame is is locked in jail. Apu escapes and is about to shoot Homer when Woods stops them and gives Apu his job back. Apu starts dancing and they all laugh.
Marge Gets A Job:
- Seeing Bart fall out of the window, Homer decides to do the same thing
- When Marge gets a job at the power plant, Homer quits his job
- Finally, thinking that giving into Mr.Burns' advances will lead to her getting a promotion, Marge does sleep with Mr.Burns.
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.
"Lisa the Simpson" (Jean)
When Lisa feels she's becoming dumber by the second, she consults Homer and Marge, whom both feel the internet is to blame for her shrinking IQ. To Lisa's chagrin, Marge pulls the plug on the family computer and Lisa's Facebook page and when Lisa is still getting dumber, Homer finally tells her to maintain her daily going's on with a new invention called "Twitter." However, when Lisa meets another distant cousin who is suffering from the "DNA" breakdown, she learns she's actually turning into a boy and tries to find a way to reverse the process before it's too late.
SWEET SEYMOUR SKINNER'S BADASSS SONG
Skinner is fired for sleeping with Chalmers' wife, and is replaced by Flanders. He joins the army again but is shot and killed. Flanders hates his job and prays for Skinner to come back. So, Skinner is revived as a zombie and gets his job back after threatening to eat the Superintendent.
Homer vs. The Monorail
Homer convinces town hall to build his monorail but problems arise when he obviously cuts corners and uses cheap materials; will he succeed when he operates the Monorail? Meanwhile Bart finds a computer and becomes a worldwide well known hacker.
Sorry to bump this thread but this was just too funny to keep bottled up.
The Falcon and the D'ohman (4.5/10) Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts (4.0/10) Treehouse of Horror XXII (1.0/10) Replacable You (3.5/10) The Food Wife (4.0/10) The Book Job (8.0/10) The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants (4.0/10) The Ten-Per-Cent Solution (4.5/10) Holidays of Future Passed (8.5/10) Politically Inept, With Homer Simpson (3.5/10) The D'oh-cial Network (2.5/10) Moe Goes From Rags to Riches (1.5/10) The Daughter Also Rises (5.0/10) At Long Last Leave (2.5/10) Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart (1.0/10) How I Wet Your Mother (4.0/10) Them, Robot (3.0/10) Beware My Cheating Bart (5.0/10) A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again (3.0/10) The Spy Who Learned Me (3.5/10) Ned 'N' Edna's Blend (5.5/10) Lisa Goes Gaga (1.0/10)
The Springfield Connection - The Simpson family goes to Rainier Wolfcastle's bankruptcy garage sale, where everything that he owns is for sale at extremely low prices. Homer asks Rainier if he has anything that will increase in value when he dies and is shown an old weight-lifting set, complete with dumbbells and bench press. Homer takes it and packs everything and everybody in the car in the style of a Tetris game. The car ends up being so overpacked that Homer has no room in it and ends up being carried home by Rainier Wolfcastle in a baby harness built for an adult and used in the Rob Schneider movie My Baby is an Ugly Man!
On the way home, Marge and the kids discover that Maggie has soiled her diaper and needs a change. Marge quickly pulls into the Kwik-E-Mart, and Apu reluctantly allows her to use the restroom after smelling Maggie. Later, as Marge comes out with a much sweeter-smelling Maggie, a shady character in a Goofy hat accosts her and threatens her with a gun. Finding only diapers in Marge's purse, he grabs Marge's pearl necklace and takes off. Marge, stunned, walks to her car in a daze and breaks down sobbing at the wheel in front of her kids.
The next day, they inform the police and Chief Wiggum declares he will investigate immediately. Later, as Marge is about to leave the house, Homer gives her some pepper spray and some tips on how to handle an attacker. She pulls up to the Kwik-E-Mart, but she snaps when Ralph greets her. She pepper-sprays him on impulse, and feeling guilty, drives back home where she feels safe. Then she becomes a cop and shoots the pearl-snatcher and all is well.
^ nice plagiarism.
Who Shot Mr. Burns
After Mr. Burns acted mean, Mr. Burns gets hit on the head and becomes stupid and then the entire town takes advantage of him; then someone shoots Mr. Burns.
Yeah, completely unnoticeable right?
Treehouse of Horror III:
"You Ain't Nothing But a Clown Doll" - Homer gets Bart a talking Krusty doll for his birthday, but Bart is bored with it. Attempting to make it more interesting, Homer injects the doll with uranium from the plant, which makes it alive. After it attempts to kill Homer, he smashes it with a brick. This segment is three minutes long.
"King Kong Merrily on High" - In a parody of Peter Jackson's "King Kong", the whole Simpson family are on a cruise. Also on the cruise is Jack Black (guesting as himself) who is making a documentary about an ape. They find the massive ape (guest voice Andy Serkis) and take it to Springfield. The ape crushes buildings for a whole five minute montage (to the song "Panic on the Streets of London"). Eventually, the ape trips and gets burnt by the tyre fire. Optimus Prime then arrives and says "looks like we picked the wrong day to transform!".
"The Talking Dead" - Springfield is surrounded with zombies, and they shoot the zombies. Then Homer goes back in time to stop the zombies. Or something.
Kodos and Kang make an appearance at the end and comment on how it's Thanksgiving soon.
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