Monday, June 29

The CDP's Top 100 Simpsons Episodes: #10-6.


#10 – ‘Viva Ned Flanders

Season 10 – Episode 10 (Episode 213 Overall)

Synopsis – When Ned Flanders reveals that he is 60 years old and looks young because he has done nothing exciting in his life, Homer decides to take him to Las Vegas, where, after a night of drunken partying, they end up married to two derelict barmaids.


#9 – ‘Life On The Fast Lane
Season 1 – Episode 9 (Episode 9 Overall)

Synopsis – Having forgotten about Marge's birthday, Homer rushes to the Springfield mall and impulsively buys her a bowling ball. Marge is not impressed with the gift and after discovering that he intends to use it, she decides to spite him by going bowling herself. While at the alley, she meets Jacques, a charming French bowling instructor, who offers her lessons. Jacques begins to fall for Marge and Marge undergoes a moral dilemma.


#8 – ‘Behind The Laughter
Season 11 – Episode 22 (Episode 248 Overall)

Synopsis – In a parody of VH1's Behind The Music, viewers take an inside look at The Simpsons' rise to fame, and the many scandals, feuds, and break-ups that threatened to end the show and split up the family.


#7 – ‘Itchy & Scratchy Land
Season 6 – Episode 4 (Episode 107 Overall)

Synopsis – Bart and Lisa convince their parents to take their family vacation at the newly opened Itchy & Scratchy Land. The vacation seems to be going well, until Bart and Homer are both apprehended by the park security for assaulting a staff member dressed in an Itchy suit. Professor Frink realizes that all of the park's Itchy & Scratchy robots will turn on their masters; an event which proves true as a horde of Itchy and Scratchy robots advance on the Simpsons.


#6 – ‘Marge vs. The Monorail
Season 4 – Episode 12 (Episode 71 Overall)

Synopsis – After Mr. Burns is caught storing his excess nuclear waste inside Springfield Park's trees, he is ordered to pay the town $3 million. The town is originally set to use the money to fix Main Street, but the charismatic Lyle Lanley interrupts and convinces the town to use the money to buy one of his monorails.

Comments:
Monorail!!!
 
I think you know how I feel about "Behind the Laughter"...
 
"Homer! I've found someone who can help!"

"Batman?!?"

"No, he's a scientist..."

"Batman's a scientist!"

"It's not Batman...."

Genius episode.
 

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