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    I like it less every time I watch it, but a solid 4/5.
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    This should say how great season 3 is. When this episode is a middle of the road episode and I still give it a 4/5.
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    3/5. It's a good episode but as far as post-classics go it's in the bottom 50.
    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''

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    you consider this a post-classic?


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    I love this one. Totally sums up Homer, an idiot who gets lucky all the time.

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    This is really another amazing episode in Season 3! I've probably watched this one more than a dozen times in the last 7 years and I never get tired of it! The B story where Milhouse can't play with Bart anymore because Luan thinks Bart has a bad influence on her son is always entertaining but the main story is what's wonderful. I like the idea of putting in those small sequences where Homer is in the dictionary. And I laugh quite hard every time I see Bart take his BB gun out from under his bed once he has thanked Marge for getting him back on good terms with Milhouse.

    I'd give this pretty much a solid 4.5/5.

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    A solid, fun episode.

    Plus this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanderoma View Post
    And I laugh quite hard every time I see Bart take his BB gun out from under his bed once he has thanked Marge for getting him back on good terms with Milhouse.
    they edit that out in syndication over here in australia, so i never saw that scene until i bought the dvd's. i assume they don't want kids going out and blowing each other's heads off with...bb guns.
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    That's not a very detailed dictionary if "Lumbago" is right after "Lucky."


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    This episode is a classic! I've enjoyed it from the start.
    The episode is full of hilarious gags (like typical Simpsons.)
    One thing I didn't like about the episode were some of tacky humor they used at times. (which some dimwits DO find funny, but I do not)
    Overall I'd give it a 4/5

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    Slow paced but enjoyable, despite being low on gags and having a slightly uninteresting storyline (Lisa idolising Homer wasn't very interesting, nor was Bart's subplot, really). Not a classic but a B nonetheless.

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    Great episode!! 4/5!!

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    A perfect example of a 4/5 or 8/10 episode.

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    Good episode, I like all the dictionary jokes.
    3.5/5

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    I was unnecessarily harsh on this episode before. It is funny, and not that boring. 7/10
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    Pretty good episode. The Dictonary part, Burns comments about the movie, Burns lies, Homers flashback before he presses the button, Homer imaging the people wiouth clothes at the speech are all pretty hilarious. Grade:B+

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    5/5

    Great episode

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    Fair episode. 3/5

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    7/10. Not a great episode but it had its share of laughs. I enjoyed the way they kept on updating homers actions in the dictionary. Kent brockmans my 2 cents piece was also funny

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    The dictionary parts certainly make this episode unique. It's sad that it's the most forgotten episode of Season 3. It's not boring in the slightest.

    4/5
    Favorite/Least Favorite episodes by season Season 1:Bart the Genius/ There's No Disgrace Like Home Season 2:Bart Gets an F/The War of the Simpsons[/COLOR] Season 3: Saturdays of Thunder/When Flanders Failed Season 4: A Streetcar Named Marge/Whacking Day Season 5: Homer's Barbershop Quartet/Lady Bouvier's Lover Season 6: Who Shot Mr. Burns?(part 1)/Another Simpsons Clip Show Season 7: Team Homer/Raging Abe Simpson and his Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Helfish" Season 8: Homer's Enemy/The Simpsons Spinoff Showcase Season 9: King of the Hill/The Principal and the Pauper Season 10: Bart the Mother/They Saved Lisa's Brain Season 11: Behind the Laughter/Eight Misbehavin' Season 12: Hungry Hungry Homer/Pokey Mom Season 13: I am Furious(Yellow) /Homer the Moe Season 14: I'm Spelling As Fast As I Can/Helter Shelter Season 15: 'Tis The Fifteenth Season/The President Wore Pearls Season 16: A Star is Torn/Treehouse of Horror XV Season 17: Marge's Song Poisoning/The Italian Bob Season 18: Marge Gamer/Moe 'N' A Lisa Season 19: Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind/Papa Don't Leech Season 20: No Loan Again, Naturally/In The Name Of The Grandfather Season 21: O Brother, Where Bart Thou?/The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed Season 22: 500 Keys/The Fool Monty Season 23: Politically Inept With Homer Simpson/The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants Season 24: Gorgeous Grampa/Homer Goes to Prep School Season 25: Steal This Episode/Days of Future Future Season 26:

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    Some of you people seriously need to lighten up. This is a pure classic, and stands as perhaps the funniest episode of my beloved Season 3 next to "Radio Bart". A+

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    well at least Smithers didn't stoop as low as he did in Simpson and Delilah. Oh yeah and I guess this is the first time we see Luann Van Houten, and we don't see his dad until a few episodes later
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    The perfect example of how to do a Homer episode RIGHT. Great balance between him being grossly incompetent but still a likeable protagonist. Homer feeling guilty after everyone mistakenly believes he saved the day and not wanting their praise and admiration is something that should be a given when it comes to his character, but a later season Homer would embrace it and infantilize himself. Here, he feels human. Not to mention this is balanced by a great sublot. Bart and Milhouse are great together, and their plot is relatable to lot of kids who found themselves in similar situations. The most well-recieved classic Simpsons episodes are usually the ones which draw on relatable things, but not the most obvious ones, moreso the ones you watch and which make you go "oooh yeah, that's happened to me!"

    I think this episode excells, mainly because everyone is super in-character, and it makes the whole episode better overall. Even characters like Marge and Lisa, who don't have much input, shine during the scenes they're in. Not to mention the gags come fast, clever and memorable. And a subtly sweet ending to cap it off. It combines all the best individual ingredients of classic Simpsons to make a sweet cake. Underrated IMO.

    9.5/10

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    Good episode.

    It's enough decent, but with a few of comedy moments.
    I like Smither's declaration of love for Burn's and how Homer "was added" to the dictionary. (The Simpsons partly predicted it)

    plot 21/25
    absurdity level (the possibility of what is happening) 21/25
    comedy 19/25
    originary (level of references and of unoriginality) 23/25

    TOTAL 84/100. GOOD!
    IMHO the best and the worst episodes of each season (in bold — the best and worst of overall series, upd. 03/08/20):
    1. Moaning Lisa/Some Enchanted Evening 2. Bart vs. Thanksgiving/Itchy & Scratchy & Marge 3. Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington/The Otto Show 4. Homer’s Triple Bypass/Selma’s Choice 5. Secrets of a Successful Marriage/Homer the Vigilante 6. Two Dozen and One Greyhounds/Lisa’s Rival 7. Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily/Homerpalooza 8. My Sister, My Sitter/The Homer They Fall 9. Miracle on Evergreen Terrace/Bart Star 10. Wild Barts Can’t Be Broken/Monty Can’t Buy Me Love 11. Days of Wine and D’oh’ses/Pygmoelian 12. Homer vs. Dignity/New Kids on the Blecch 13. Poppa’s Got a Brand New Badge/Weekend at Burnsie’s 14. Moe Baby Blues/Helter Shelter 15. Fraudcast News/Co-Dependent’s Day 16. Goo Goo Gai Pan/A Star Is Torn 17. Bonfire of the Manatees/Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore 18. 24 Minutes/Stop, Or My Dog Will Shoot! 19. Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind/Husbands and Knives 20. Coming to Homerica/Four Great Women and a Manicure 21. The Squirt and the Whale/Treehouse of Horror XX 22. The Blue and the Gray/Elementary School Musical 23. A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again/Moe Goes from Rags to Riches 24. Hardly Kirk-ing/Gorgeous Grampa 25. Brick Like Me/What to Expect When Bart’s Expecting 26. Sky Police/Treehouse of Horror XXV 27. Halloween of Horror/Treehouse of Horror XXVI 28. 22 for 30/Havana Wild Weekend 29. Flanders’ Ladder/Springfield Splendor 30. Baby You Can’t Drive My Car/The Clown Stays in the Picture 31. TBA/TBA
    The Simpsons season ratings:
    1 > 2 > 4 > 7 > 3 > 6 > 8 > 5 > 27 > 21 > 9 > 20 > 25 > 17 > 29 > 10 > 12 > 15 > 26 > 24 > 13 > 18 > 14 > 19 > 28 > 16 > 30 > 23 > 11 > 22

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    I'm not a huge fan of this episode. Both the main and subplot are not interesting so the episode is a bit boring. The jokes are mostly solid and keep me from getting too bored but they're not that funny. The only standout part of this episode is the ending with Homer getting in the dictionary. 6/10

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    Here we have a pretty good episode, not quite one of the better episodes of the third season but still a nice one with a good main plot (as well as subplot) and some quite strong moments of humor. The story of Homer managing to save the town by dumb luck when the power plant has a meltdown and he randomly presses a button on his console and hailed as a hero by the power lant while feeling down since he knows he's not so heroic but a fraud of sorts is a good premise and they handled it well & the subplot about Bart having missed Milhouse's birthday party since he wasn't invited as his friend isn't allowed to see him anymore was a nice one with some good emotion, but I don't think either one reaches such great highs despite a lot of good jokes and character moments, though it is still a good one as said and quite memorable.

    The main plot is built up well with Homer going to work, chatting with his friends (while Mr. Burns has a nice discussion with Smithers) and due to him spilling donut filling ("Mmm... purple") being too late to see that the reactor is heating up to dangerous levels. From here there's some great little bits of the town reacting to the imminent meltdown: the plant workers panicking and rioting, Mr Burns preparing for the disaster and being interviewed via sound by Kent Brockman on TV (complete with pictured with a tacky wig), Marge prays for safety, Moe and Barney seeming awfully calm & the seniors at the Retirement Castle scoffing at it. Then there's Homer doing the "eeny, meeny, miney, moe" chant and pressing a random button, cuing the act break. A very long first act at 9 minutes and probably my favorite part. The pacing, the humor and the animation shone.

    The rest of the episode, with Homer having stopped the meltdown and becoming the commemorated hero of the plant but getting a depression due to knowing the truth and that it will come out soon, I felt it fizzled a little, but it still had some nice jokes and scenes (including one where Homer gets a call from the late Magic Johnson as he's being commemorated at the power plant). Then the owner of the plant in Shelbyville, Aristotle Amadopoulis (voiced by Jon Lovitz, back for his third role on the show), shows up at Burns' office and Homer is lended to the Shelbyville plant to inspire the workers there in a nice scene (and him getting the suggestion from Barney to imagine the audience in their underwear to dampen his nervosity was a good one, especially with the payoff joke of him imagining himself in his underwear too in one of the first jokes I remember from the show).

    A meltdown is imminent during Homer's speech (which I never was too sure was an arranged test or a real one) and he shows off how he did it the first time, stops the meltdown but is met with thanklessness and anger from Aristotle due to him using the rhyme to pull off his famous deed (what a complete jerkass) and Homer is outed as succeeding due to dumb luck and ends up in the dictionary under "Homer" (as in "pulling a Homer" - to succeed despite idiocy, which becomes the newest term on everybody's lips; almost like a meme in-universe in hindsight), which in itself was a great follow-up under Homer having imagined himself in the dictionary throughout the episode (which was a great recurring joke). Good end to this story.

    Bart's subplot was a good one. Good intro with him finding out that Milhouse didn't invite him and reacting in an depressed way and remaining on the bus (almost forgotten about by Otto). It moves pretty quickly with him finding out from Milhouse that he cannot see him because the latter's mom thinks he is bad influence, a nice scene of Bart looking at photos of old memories with his friend (that shows Bart does push Milhouse around sometimes) and turning a deaf ear to Milhouse's apologies via the Krusty walkie-talkies & him trying to play Monopoly with Maggie (cute scene). Marge going to Milhouse's to talk about the Bart-ban with Mrs. Van Houten (introduced here) was a good scene, ending with her swaying Milhouse's mother to letting the boys meet again, Bart thanking Marge and going back to his shenanigans (now bringing a BB gun with him to Milhouse). Not great but a decent, realistic subplot overall.

    All in all, It is an all good, likeable and memorable episodes with a lot of solid jokes and gags (like the dictionary bits). Not a favorite of mine since it doesn't measure up to many of the other really good ones, much due to the second half falling short compared to the first one which was a great one, but still an enjoyable classic with very few actual flaws.

    4/5

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    How would you define Homer? It's not easy to answer. Roughly, he is an average family guy but slightly more irresponsible and luckier than the average. Precisely, those characteristics are presented among many others, trying an interesting exercise of literally illustrating who Homer Simpson is.

    Now he belongs to the ages.

    The peculiar recurring gag of the appearance of Homer in the dictionary was inspired, and they gave a unique tone to the narrative and the pacing of the story. That was a creative concept that clearly identifies this episode and it also connects the different conflicts Homer passed through. Homer receives three different connotations that define his behavior, and I could tag him with many others too, less important though. The first definition I'd make considering his actions here is impressionable during his reading of the parody of USA Today and his fascination for a simple movie whose only highlights is to show a semi-naked girl. Then, I'd say he is irresponsible because he neglected his job to eat donuts. And then, it appears the word stupid on screen. I don't think it was the most proper term to describe it. He does not understand a nuclear reactor – but that's not related to stupidity. I'd pick unqualified or unprofessional instead. After saving the city with the eeny meeny miny now counting-out rhyme, Homer is portrayed in the dictionary next to the word lucky. The tension and pressure that Homer had before the imminent meltdown were perfectly achieved, the method of resolution of the crisis was absurdly funny, and the resume of his behavior was accurate. Homer starts to receive great treatment in the Plant and at home, unfair honors and acclamations. Furthermore, he received Mr. Burns's own personal thumbs-up (what an honor!) and snatched the award of the employee of the month to Smithers, Not even the ham comforted Homer, who lost his self-respect and now perceive himself as a fraud.

    I give this episode my own personal thumbs-up.

    So, Homer feels miserable now and receiving the insatiable admiration of his daughter, the acclamations of his wife, the respects of his boss, and congratulations from Magic Johnson didn't help him. That was actually a mature characterization for Homer. He is integral too for that. Hey, not every definition was going to be negative. Later, Homer meets Aristotle Amadopolis, whose personality can be briefly resumed in "Mr. Burns of Shelbyville". He is the owner of the Nuclear Plant of his town and mistreats his employees. Basically, his function here was to ask Homer if he can find the eanae-eharatou-nah-duleve of his workers through a speech. Is Homer glossophobic, eh? Or maybe he is only anxious because he must deal with the awkward situation of talking in public about the heroic act that he accidentally committed. The remarkable gag of this is that he follows the suggestion of Barney of imagining everyone naked, but that was not worthy for Homer because he imagines himself naked too. The destination plays a bad move to Homer and Shelbyville. In the just moment where Homer was at the conference, the exact same problem appears, the encharged of that office was not able to solve the problem either. Sorry, but this plot-twist is too coincidental and convenient for me. A parapraxis or a series of questions that he could not answer would work better. Homer is lucky again because it's even more coincidental that he picked the same button as the previous time, although this time he was not praised since the circus he makes to solve it is now in evidence. I quite liked the concept "to make a Homer", though, and it is a shame that it is not among the classic quotes of the show.

    That's too much, man! Ohh sorry, I'm confusing the shows (?)

    The internal conflict of Homer was fantastic. But one of the external ones performs the apparent destruction of Springfield, no more, no less. It's true that it was probably a bit overlooked for the potential the concept includes, but something that I've always appreciated is the set of reactions of different characters against the crisis. The outstanding stuff was the interview of Kent Brockman to Mr. Burns. Hilarious content with a creative use of both characters. It's hilarious how the owner of the Plant transmits serenity to the population talking with the journalist while wearing his radiation suit. It's funny too that he lies in everything he declares. He says that the nuclear operatives are calmly working but everyone is desperate, he makes up the problem calling it an unrequested fission surplus, he blames a crow for the false alarm. Geez, even his picture is edited with blue hair. Now that's a fantastic detail. And that's not the only gem to rescue from the news. The interview with John Frink and the final conclusion Kent takes out from the situation was amusing. Smithers uses the situation to expresses his appreciation to his boss, rendering this recurring joke less subtle than what it used to be. Marge watches cautiously Brockman's program and appeals to pray... Hmm, typical of Marge. Moe and Barney look at the situation with resignation. Skinner and the entire school practice the "duck and cover" method. And Homer's coworkers are encroached by the hysteria. Oh, and while the crisis happened, old people in the Retire Castle ignores the situation and chose to tune in a reality show instead. Their inattention and lack of interest are very sweet and amusing.

    These two passed a great time during the meltdown. After all, was there something better to do?

    How reacted Bart to the threat of a nuclear accident that put a check on the life of his family, of his best friend, and of himself? It's not available, because he was attached to an absolutely unrelated subplot. Getting Bart so remote from the catastrophe was a squandering of material, as well as reducing the potential to the hardship of hanging out with Milhouse. I guess both stories have their potential; they are charming and worked pretty well. But they're just incompatible and both could have acquired more time. The situation that Bart lives was very hard to digest. It surely is difficult to assimilate that your best friend celebrated his birthday but didn't invite you. I can feel his disappointment and the writers achieved a great characterization for Bart (as usual in the earliest years). Bart decides to hang out with Maggie to replace and forget Milhouse, which gave place to an exploration of the most under-developed relationship. Those scenes of the boy and her little sister playing Monopoly and chess are priceless, even if they are short and inconsequential. For his part, Milhouse could have handled a lot better the situation. I mean, he could easily talk with Bart and just clarify the conflict since the beginning. But no! He simply decided to ignore him acting like a total coward and jerk. Bart was very comprehensive with him taking into account the circumstances. Milhouse clearly has a bit of responsibility in the breakup. Luann had a strong debut. Few interventions but enough to carry the subplot out, to share an interesting conversation with Marge (whose role here was sweet), and to revindicate the lack of female characters in the show, a problem existent since the earliest days.

    I can't see how he is a bad influence.

    Homer Defined was an average episode, enhanced by the gimmick of explicitly itemize the internal conflict of Homer through those memorable thoughts he had of how would appear on the dictionary. It's fascinating how four images can have that influence in my reception of an episode. Taking into consideration the material there was, it is a simple episode yet good enough.

    4/5
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