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    and now i have slapped a king Mike Scully's Avatar
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    Yes Means Yes, No Means No, Panda Means Panda
    Has Bart ever owned a bear? He has now. A panda bear that is. Bart wins a panda bear as a pet from a radio contest. However, it happens to be the very same panda bear that had assaulted Homer in Homer vs Dignity. After a traumatized screaming fit even louder than the one from The Blunder Years, Homer gives Bart an ultimatum: either the panda goes, or Homer goes. Bart chooses the panda, so Homer runs away.

    In order to support himself, Homer files a lawsuit against Springfield Zoo, holding them responsible for the panda rape. However, Judge Snyder dismisses the case, and tells Homer "if you didn't want to get raped, you shouldn't have dressed up like a panda". This comment sparks outrage throughout Springfield, angry at Judge Snyder for victim-blaming Homer. Lisa organizes a Panda Slutwalk, where the people of Springfield march through the streets dressed up in slutty panda outfits. Milo Yiannopoulous, guest starring as himself, leads a counterprotest where he claims Homer is making false rape accusations against pandas.

    The Problem With Azaria
    A bored and overworked Apu comes up with various funny voices to entertain his customers at the Kwik-E-Mart, and soon realizes he can do a pretty good comedic Jewish accent. Some Netflix executives shopping at the Kwik-E-Mart are impressed by Apu's Jewish accent, and offer him a role as voice actor for a new animated series about a Jewish family called The Azarias. Apu accepts and plays the dad, Harry Azaria, a movie producer, who's married to an investment banker and AIPAC lobbyist.

    Krusty the Klown is offended by the new series for perpetuating harmful Jewish-American sterotypes; he is repeatedly made fun of by other Springfielders calling him "Azaria". To channel his outrage at the show and at Apu, Krusty creates a special television documentary called The Problem With Azaria, where he gather other Jewish comedians to talk about Jewish representation in entertainment: Larry David, Jackie Mason, and Sarah Silverman guest star as themselves. Mindy Kaling guest stars as the octuplets.


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    Peekimon Fever

    In this lost episode from the season 11-12 era, Bart gets addicted to the new Peekimon craze, from video games to the cartoon to the trading card game. Meanwhile, Lisa attempts to put a stop to people being addicted to "cutesy fictional creatures" and get the Peekimon games banned from Springfield, which ends up working.

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    Bart makes a new friend who is a good kid. This good behavior rubs off on Bart. The whole Family even Lisa I sick of Bart being a nice kid and have to temp him into being bad again. They miss the real him with out Bart's mischief their lives are boring. Then they have to make Bart split up with the friend when he is away from the friend he acts bad again. This plot is pretty good just not right for the Simpsons.

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    "The Simp-Bart-o Experiment"

    Lisa gets upset when Bart eats her dessert when she's not looking, saying that he's going to suffer dearly the next time it happens. Bart once again eats Lisa's dessert, causing Lisa to hit him in the head with a cosh. When Bart wakes up, he's chained in the basement and Lisa subjects him to a series of physical torture-based events, ranging from choking him to playing loud music that he can't stand. Bart tries to escape, but Lisa once again hits him with the cosh. When Homer walks downstairs, he thinks that Bart and Lisa are playing torture and leaves them alone to go get some beer. Bart tells Lisa that he'll never eat another one of her desserts again, and she lets him go, but not before she allows Milhouse and Nelson to take pictures of Bart's physical state and puts them on social media.

    "Surviving Kompowsky"

    Leon Kompowsky (this time voiced by John Legend) returns to Springfield to visit the Simpson family. However, Kompowsky has now convinced himself that he's R. Kelly, leading to everyone in Springfield thinking that he is R. Kelly as well. "Surviving R. Kelly" airs on Lifetime, and Kompowsky immediately becomes public enemy number one. Homer, a longtime R. Kelly fan, decides to help repair Kelly's public image despite objections from Marge and Lisa. Krusty decides to take an episode of his show featuring R. Kelly from the late 1990s out of circulation, stating that Kelly is a monster and he treated him the same way he treated Michael Jackson when his episode was pulled (Sideshow Mel, however, points out that Krusty only pulled the Jackson episode because Jackson was given credit in the media for a song Krusty wrote, and he's only pulling the Kelly episode because he no longer finds R&B music financially lucrative). Homer gets R. Kelly an exclusive interview with Kent Brockman, but Kelly is drunk during the interview, swears repeatedly and threatens to kill Brockman whenever the documentary is brought up.

    Marge asks Homer why he would ever try to defend R. Kelly, and Homer says that R. Kelly is one of his role models. He says that Kelly taught him how to dance again, and that everyone wants to assume the worst about him just because people made a documentary defaming him for money. Homer tries to get Kelly to apologize publicly, but he refuses to, stating that nobody wants to believe the truth and he gave people 30 years of music. Later on, Lisa is in her room when Kelly shows up. After Lisa yells at him for what he did (despite not knowing any of the victims' names), Kelly gets aroused and tries to kiss Lisa, but she lies and says she has to get some shoes downstairs. She then tells Homer and Marge what happened, but Homer initially believes that Lisa flirted with Kelly. After Marge tells Homer that he's a horrible father, Homer finally realizes the truth about R. Kelly and tells him to leave.

    Later on that night, Homer says that all celebrities should be punished for every halfway horrible thing they do, and he will never be a fan of R. Kelly ever again. At that point, the song "Same Girl" comes on the radio and Homer begins dancing to it. Marge asks Homer about what he just said, and Homer tells her to shut the hell up because Usher is featured on the track as well. "Same Girl" plays over the end credits.

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    The Krusty Bay
    Bart over-hears that many shows don't get released on DVD and we can't see older episodes in public without being repeats or copies recorded from the TV station it aired on. Soon, Bart starts pirating the Krusty The Clown Show off Bootleg Bay (presembly they will have a "Worldwide HD" watermark in reference to the majority of Simpsons "TV rips" coming from Canadian TV network Global), doing a marathon of older episodes until being interrupted by Lisa, who understands Bart pirated the show and is afraid he'll get in court for this. Barts ignores, but Homer understands the "Bart is pirating Krusty" thing.

    Bart goes to court, feeling miserable. The judge discusses in-derp about how pirating content online is illegal, while Bart discusses about what happened that day. Bart is almost sequenced in jail, but Bart responds by saying it should go to the pirates. Soon enough, it gets immediately interrupted in the same manner of "Steal This Episode".

    Bart and Homer are talking about what shall happen after the court at home, and Bart states he shall never pirate online again.

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    The Picture of Dorian Burns

    The hideous love child of the Simpsons Treehouse of Horror and The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde.

    I'd love to hear what people think of this. Feedback is the only way I'm going to improve.

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    Dial M For Murdoch:

    Rupert Murdoch takes control of the show and forces the family to have a new child and Mayor Quimby stays a Democrat while all the Springfield Republicans and their HQ go Democrat. Apu comes back, only this time he is an ACTUAL negative stereotype. The show now has a rule for every chalkboard gag to have the first line say "CNN sucks" and the last line to say "We pledge allegiance to Lord Murdoch."

    (I'm not a liberal, this is what a crazy liberal would imagine this concept as)



    Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Skinner? (aka One Coarse Seymour, but that title sucks)

    Agnes and Chalmers get married and Principal Skinner lives with the two yelling at him all the time. Skinner then kills himself. Chalmers and Agnes throw a party until Chief Wiggum arrests them and they both kill themselves before they make it to jail.


    Tell me which one is worse.

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    Okay I just thought of a terrible and insanely dark episode.

    In an alternate universe, the Simpson family and the Flanders family are both portrayed as being Jewish. In this universe, the episode "Home Sweet Home-Diddly Dum Doodily" involves the Simpsson kids being taken into foster care by the Flanders family. It seems like the exact same episode, only instead of Homer and Marge trying to stop their kids from being baptized, they need to stop their kids from being circumcised instead.

    I don't know why I thought of this.
    Chalmers: Seymour
    Skinner: Yes?
    Chalmers: You're fired
    Skinner: (gasps) Did you just call me a liar?
    Chalmers: No, I said you were fired
    Skinner: Oh. That's much worse.

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    Yours Is No Disgrace Like Homer

    The gang goes to a Yes concert and Homer is so moved by the music that he starts crying. Unfortunately for him Bart, finding it amusing, films the whole thing. The video goes viral and Homer becomes a town pariah.
    You're a dolt with the IQ of a peabrain that probably loves lowbrow sitcoms like The Big Bang Theory, Frasier and Seinfeld to not grasp the biting satire and wit of the classic 65 (Rugrats).

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