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Jimbo has Bart take his girlfriend to a movie, and the girl falls for Bart; Homer gets a treadmill with a TV that has wireless connectivity, and decides to work out - that is, work out a way to watch a particular show without actually going through the bother of exercising
Couch gag = great.
I could see through Bart's head before he saw boobs...
Anyway, I see Bart's getting down with dis hoe.
Will 10 yr old Bart get laid?
Find out, lol.
"Fellas, fellas gimme your weapons...
now it's time to talk about what Carl wants!"
That was f'n funny!
Fry and Leela space cameo, WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Last edited by The Angry Animated Comedy Nerd; 04-15-2012 at 05:34 PM.
I'm guessing this episode will probably be one of the more viewed of season 23, because they've been saying this is the episode they'll "reveal" the location of Springfield.
I've got pretty low expectations of this episode, mostly because we've seen the Bart-Girlfriend plot tons of times already and unless that preview is purposely taken out of context, this will be a very disturbing episode.
chinese martian physicist
oh my god
this is awful
but that couch gag
OH MY GOD A REAL BLACK GUY
Couch gag = good animation. chalkboard = typical Al Jean hates No Homers joke. good to see that the happy little elves were remembered.
The ending was messed up. The B story made no sense. The A story was just a remake of the "New Kid on the Block" episode.
Overall. Horrible. 2/5, C-. I would've given it a 1 but the couch gag was awesome.
Last edited by FranklinGeorge; 04-15-2012 at 04:38 PM.
chinese martian physicist
they are doing a lost parody
it is 2012
I missed a lot of it...
Is that good?
Try turning it off and on
It's 8:00 on a Sunday night. It's Zombie Simpsons time... for this first time in weeks.
Anyway, I thought this was a rather average episode - it wasn't spectacular, it wasn't terrible. Let's get the elephant in the room out of the way first - Bart's 10 and Shauna's like... 14? 15? I was rather disturbed by that, especially during the part where she flashed him (though Bart's line and the food gags were funny). Jokes I liked included Bart spraying perfume in his mouth, "your older sister's right," and the Lost parody. Jokes I hated: spoiler alert with the air horn.
Nothing gained, nothing lost. Above average Zombie Simpsons. C
My Simpsons Season Rankings:
6 > 7 > 3 > 5 > 8 > 4 > 2 > 1 > 9 > 15 > 13 > 14 > 10 > 16 > 12 > 11 > 22 > 21 > 17 > 24 > 18 > 20 > 19 > 23
My Simpsons Season 25 Ratings
Homerland - C Treehouse of Horror XXIV - B Four Regrettings and a Funeral - C- YOLO - B Labor Pains - C The Kid is All Right - C+ Yellow Subterfudge - B White Christmas Blues - B- Steal This Episode - A- Married to the Blob - C- Specs and the City - C
Originally Posted by handsome_devil
What was the chalkboard gag? I missed it.
Overall, it was one of the best episodes this season, I know that's not much... but I laughed a bunch.
I will do a review in a few minutes but I can say that I will give 4/5 to this episode. One of the best of the season so far.
My Simpsons Season 24 Ratings/Reviews:
Moonshine River (2,25/5) / Treehouse Of Horror XXIII (3,5/5) / Adventures in Baby-Getting (3,25/5) / Gone Abie Gone (3,5/5) / Penny Wise-Guys (3/5) / A Tree Grows in Springfield (1,75/5) / The Day The Earth Stood Cool (3,75/5) / To Cur with Love (4/5) / Homer Goes to Prep School (3/5) / A Test Before Trying (3,5/5) / The Changing of the Guardian (1,25/5) / Love is a Many-Splintered Thing (2,75/5) / Hardly Kirk-ing (3,25/5) / Gorgeous Grampa (2,25/5) / Black-Eyed, Please (3,75/5) / Dark Knight Court (3/5) / Pulpit Friction (3,25/5)
Futurama - Season 7 :
The Bots and the Bees : 3,75/5 / A Farewell to Arms : 4/5 / Decision 3012 : 3,5/5 / The Thief of Baghead : 3,25/5 / Zapp Dingbat : 2/5 / The Butterjunk Effect : 2,5/5 / The Six Million Dollar Mon : 4/5 / Fun On A Bun : 3,75/5 / Free Will Hunting : 2,25/5 / Near-Death Wish : 3,75/5 / 31st Century Fox : 3,5/5 / Viva Mars Vegas : 4/5 / Naturama : 2,5/5
Surprisingly good episode. characterizations actually weren't bad. what was the chalkboard gag? i missed it.
Great episode, Top 3 of the season material. Bart's story was very good but I probably enjoyed Homer's more. I don't care how old Lost is those gags were great and Carl had the best line of the night, my favorite act break of the season. Most importantly I think was I really enjoyed how the episode moved, I wasn't thinking about it dragging or going too fast, the story just seemed to take its own time and it really worked for me. Let's see, Baby Homer and "Ralphie's turn" were also very funny as was Skinner waiting outside his own office. I didn't miss Lisa at all and when they finally brought her in I was like, "oh yeah, she hasn't been in this one has she?" Kinda surprised Nelson didn't become involved in the main plot.
Couch gag was fantastic, 4.5/5 rounded down to a 4 on the poll for perhaps a couple of make-out images I could've done without and the life guard.
EDIT: Also, Thicker Than Waters reference was appreciated.
"Springfield is in any state but yours.", or something to that affect...
Originally Posted by Veganpunk
Good show and I'm actually surprised they had her actually flash Bart instead of playing it off as with a stupid chest tatoo, or something. Homer's subplot was just obnoxiously boring, IMO.
Grade: 3/5, or a C+
EDIT: If you compare Bart's girlfriends, Laura Powers is to the classic era as Shauna is to the modern era.
However the ending where they began to zoom out sucked, cuz this was the punchline where I live:
(Due to storms and our local Fox affiliate's affinity for clogging the screen with a bunch of crap whenever a single drop of rain hits the ground, I'll not be doing my usual crap this week. Not much to this episode this week to screen cap anyway.)
Neither story was particularly entertaining, nor did they really give them proper endings, unless you count Homer basically telling Bart "Hey Bart, your mom and I are going to be fucking... so don't come in the house." I guess that's a nice topper for the B-story. As for the A-story, they literally just left it hanging. I guess the "bully v. Bart" cycle goes on. Bart seeing Shauna's boob was the only laugh this episode got from me this week. Maybe a little giggle when the wine bottle, followed by Homer, came off the treadmill.
Meh. 3.5/5, rounded down to a 3 because it wasn't particularly offensive to the senses in any way. Typical "middle of the road" Season 23 episode.
Okay... who did the opening? (The signature got covered up by a large green and yellow blob called a "radar.")
They zoom out, see God and Devil arm wrestling. Fry and Leela on an asteroid. Then, it's revealed that the universe is in a litter box. Cat seen previously in the episode is in the litter box, and says "Purrrrrrrr-plexing." You hear Homer yell "D'Oh!" The end.
Originally Posted by Le Jake
Last edited by Tubbb!; 04-15-2012 at 05:15 PM.
Originally Posted by SpeedwaySquad
"In Rand McNally, they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people!"
"Oh, I've wasted my life."
First, I must say I was really pleased by this episode. It was really much better than what I expected. I would have thought that the story of Homer would have very little space as several stories in the B season 23. But no, it is almost as long as the A story. The B story is a superb parody of my favorite non-animated series, Lost. Moreover, what I liked about this episode is the atmosphere, I haven't got bored at any time and I really enjoyed seeing this episode. I do not know if it's because it's been a long time that there was no new episode and I had not seen one for a while, but I really liked it. The A story is almost as good as the B story. Some say before the episode that Bart was a bit young to watch a woman's boobs at 10 years and this is realistic because in the episode, we see that it was terrified and even at family dinner when he sees that everything looks like boobs, he says: I am only 10 years. Otherwise, the were a lots of gags in this episode, I just saw the episode, but I do not remember all. Homer really made me laugh with the chair on the conveyor belt, but the best gag is when Chief Wiggum asks her son to go after Bart with his car. Finally, I loved it and I decided to give an excellent 4/5.
chinese martian physicist
I think he was wondering about the location of Springfield... it looked like it was in Illinois or Missouri
Le Jake, scroll down to be spoiled...
Not to much to give away... but... Fry and Leela made a quick space cameo, it was awesome!
Fuck signal loss, happened to me a bunch this season.
Oh, you mean when they zoom-out? I'll have to go back and check that.
Originally Posted by Brodie
(1,000,000,000 different things on my mind this week, and it's hard to get back in the swing of things with this pile of shit called "Season 23." :/ )
This was actually pretty good. 4/5.
Excellent episode, One good thing about this episode is that they did not have some lousy guest star voicing Shauna and it therefore made the character a lot more believable. Marge being very welcome to the bullies being at the house was nice. The subplot involving Homer and the show Stranded was goofy especially when he was with the other fans and when Marge transformed the bedroom. Bart acting out his trauma at the dinner table was the funniest part.
I'll second that.
Originally Posted by MuchAdoAboutNothing
Wow, I thought I'd (maybe) be the only one to like this one.
See... good is good, all you haters who call us 'zombie-fans' whom only bash the show each week. just b/c we give honest opinions... f off.
As Riley might say.. Game, recognize game, son.
Horse in a bathtub
That was a pretty good show! There was nothing offensivley bad or cheap in it; figures it was written by a freelancer. Good Mark Kirkland direction, too! The "April come she will" montage was well done. Bill Plympton's couch gag was a nice follow up to John K, but it might have been a bit too disturbing. Homer's subplot was a little unremarkable. The satire on Lost was solid, but they should have played it straight. 3.8 out of 5, rounded up.
Who all agrees with me? Season 24 show runner should be Mike Scully.
Originally Posted by Tubb!
The cable box repeatedly resetting and rebooting itself because of the signal loss is even worse. That didn't happen when I watched today's episode, fortunately. ^_^
"Homer: I've always wondered if there was a god. And now I know there is. And it's me."
- Homer the Great
"Bart: Lis, today I am a god.
Lisa: Is that why you're sitting on an ice cream sandwich?
- Bart's Inner Child
Well, I called my Pop after the show (as I often do).. and he hated it.. so that means it's good.
Normally I wouldn't even share this... but he always likes the worst one's.. name your least favorite episode.. and I bet he loves it.
He's getting to be about 60.. we're both huge Simpson's fan... so maybe, just maybe he's getting to old for the Simpsons, but up until this year I know he liked every season and still watches the shows re-runs in synd.
Trust me if he hated it... it's great.
That's not to say he doesn't love the classic seasons... and sometimes he to hates some truly awful episodes... he hated "homer and neds retarded mary pass" too.
Last edited by The Angry Animated Comedy Nerd; 04-15-2012 at 05:37 PM.
Oh god, not this again. Choosing between Jean and Scully is like asking which of the following is better: Gonorrhea or Syphilis?
Originally Posted by FranklinGeorge
Yeah, he meant to say Matt Selman or J. Stewart Burns... I'm sure.
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