Monday, June 8

The CDP's Top 100 Simpsons Episodes: #75-71.


#75 – ‘The Last Temptation Of Homer

Season 5 – Episode 9 (Episode 90 Overall)

Synopsis – Mr. Burns hires a female worker named Mindy Simmons in accordance with labor union policies and Homer is worried that his crush on her will ruin his marriage with Marge.


#74 – ‘Black Widower
Season 3 – Episode 21 (Episode 56 Overall)

Synopsis – Selma reveals that she has a new boyfriend that she met through the prison pen-pal program, Sideshow Bob. Bart is immediately suspicious of Bob, but he does everything he can to romance Selma and prove he's changed. After Selma and Bob are married, Bob reveals that he plans to kill Selma.


#73 – ‘Trilogy Of Error
Season 12 – Episode 18 (Episode 266 Overall)

Synopsis – Homer's rush to the hospital to reattach his thumb, Lisa's rush to school to win the science fair, and Bart's run-in with an illegal fireworks scheme are interconnected in a parody of Go and Run, Lola, Run.


#72 – ‘The Lastest Gun In The West
Season 13 – Episode 12 (Episode 281 Overall)

Synopsis – Bart befriends Buck, a former Western film star who stages a comeback on The Krusty the Klown show after every kid in town becomes interested in the Wild West. However, the comeback flops when Buck begins drinking alcohol and injures Krusty on live TV.


#71 – ‘Natural Born Kissers
Season 9 – Episode 25 (Episode 203 Overall)

Synopsis – Homer and Marge go out on their anniversary dinner, but are forced to take the kids. They end up having an unromantic dinner, and lose interest in being intimate later that night. Later, the two must go purchase a new refrigerator motor, but during a rainstorm, their car gets stuck in the mud, so the two rush into a barn. When the farm owner nearly discovers them, the two become excited and have sex. They then realize that the fear of getting caught makes them excited.

Comments:
Those little log-cutters is one of the funniest visual gags I think they ever did.
 
I'm curious to see where this is headed, because "The Last Temptation of Homer" is one of my all time favorites.
 

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