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That's totally indisputable in my opinion, but looking through threads from back then people thought that Jean would be the saviour and make the show what it used to be. How wrong they were.
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Originally Posted by Steve
from what i remember, s13 is one of the best post-classic seasons
i don't really hate Homer the Moe (one of the few i can remember instantly). It had some bad gags throughout and the plot wasn't the greatest thing, but it was at least watchable IMO. I think I'd give it like a "C" or so
S13 is pretty nostalgic to me too--it was the first year I started actively paying attention to each episode and posted reviews on NHC. It also helped that it was a pretty fresh-feeling season (if a little bumpy). But like seasons 11 and 12, I'll wait for a price drop before nabbing it.
Cover looks nice too, but again we get a secondary character that doesn't have much clout in the represented season for the box art. Burns would've been better for this one, but oh well. I have a strong hunch we'll see Moe's mug for S14, but I've certainly been wrong about this in the past.
uh, why are people talking about 3D simpsons like it's a thing that will happen?
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I actually don't find "Homer the Moe" that bad. I always enjoy a Moe episode and that one's no different. It might not be the best of the season, but its a pretty solid episode for me.
i can't wait to see why there's so much hate for lastest gun in the west
It's not that it has obvious flaws like the current show, it's just that it is possibly the single most boring episode ever.
Ya, its pretty boring. The plot is boring and there are no memorable jokes that I can think of. At least there are very few from this season that are sub-par like this one. Most are decent to good.
I've seen lastest gun like twice and don't remember one thing about it... is that bad?
well, judging from what I just said, I've seen it twice in the portion of like 4 years or so and i literally remember NOTHING. no jokes,no lines of dialogue. I can usually remember some stuff from episodes. Of course, I can't fully explain my opinion until I see it again and remember some stuff, but IMO having seen it and not remembering ANYTHING is kinda bad
I remember quite alot from it actually.
Beware I'm about to recite the whole episode from memory, so don't read if you don't want it spoiled:
Bart having the luckiest day of his life (gets a free ice cream, finds two nickles, catches ball game) then it gets ruined by some crazy dog, who starts chasing and victimising Bart - this is stopped when some faded tv western star scares the dog away, he then gives Bart and perhaps Milhouse a tour around his home.
One line that I remember distinctly was that the tv star showed Bart a metal lunchbox and Bart didn't know what "metal" was.
Then Bart and Milhouse (again I can't remember if Milhouse was actually in it or not) persuade the tv star to go on the krusty show, but he gets drunk (that's how he previously ruined his career) and I think he made a fool of himself on stage. And the star goes back into retirement.
There's also some part where they go to rob a bank only to find it's already being robbed and Buck (the old guy) does the clichéd 'saving the day and becoming a hero' thing.
i remember some of the first act because most, if not all, had to do with the dog.
the rest seems rather boring and unfunny IMO
Wow, I'm surprised I've even forgotten a lot about Lastest Gun in the West. I definitely remember the dog nonsense in the first act, which led to the act break of Bart being scared by the animal props on Buck's property, which led to a tour of his house, which led to Bart wanting to revive the cowboy craze (there was a lame scene at the KwikEMart involving a sing-along and Homer having to pee), which then led to Buck getting a job on Krusty's show but sabotaging it by being drunk - revealing he's an alcoholic, which then disappointed Bart. I think Homer and Marge wanted to redeem Buck in Bart's eyes after that by staging a bank robbery or something...
It was a bad episode, with all too many lame jokes and a scattershot storyline. Worst of the year along with Gump Roast, The Blunder Years, and Homer the Moe.
is that an insult to Recess, one of my favorite cartoons as a child?
anyways, I'm looking forward to every episode except She of Little Faith, THOH 12, and Homer the Moe. Not that they are bad episodes, just that I have seen them in recent memory because of one of the Christmas DVDs (For Faith), "Gone Wild" for Moe, and of course the THOH DVD for THOH 12, so I am more familiar with these episodes than the rest from the season