In which Homer and Marge discover Grampa’s past.
In which Marge takes up real estate sales.
In which what should be a happy ending is just a little disturbing to Bart and Lisa.
In which Mr. Burns goes looking for a child after his own heart.
At the end of this episode, a narrator comes on to read Dragnet-style endings for the various characters to appear in this episode. The narrator is one George Fenneman. He used … Read More
Seen nowhere in this annual Halloween episode? A treehouse.
A standard Marge storyline deals with the idea that she is indispensable to the Simpson household, and the lose of her can cause untold havoc with Homer forced to take … Read More
This episode of The Simpsons is named after a movie where a woman is forced by Nazis to choose which of her two children will be immediately killed. Nothing that … Read More
Despite appearances, Homer Simpsons is only supposed to be 36 or so years old. The baldness doesn’t help people remember that. Neither does this episode, where he needs bypass … Read More
It wasn’t that long ago that Bart was down on Milhouse for discovering girls and having a girlfriend. Man, it sure is a shame Milhouse is nowhere in this … Read More