Monday, June 1The CDP's Top 100 Simpsons Episodes: #100-96.
#100 – ‘Lisa The Drama Queen’
Season 20 – Episode 9 (Episode 429 Overall)
Synopsis - Lisa meets an intelligent girl named Juliet and the two create a fantasy world that takes them away from reality.
#99 – ‘The Fat And The Furriest’
Season 15 – Episode 5 (Episode 318 Overall)
Synopsis – Everybody thinks Homer is a coward after television footage captures him fleeing from a bear.
#98 – ‘There’s Something About Marrying’
Season 16 – Episode 10 (Episode 345 Overall)
Synopsis – Homer becomes a minister after Springfield legalizes gay marriage (to boost their damaged reputation for tourists) and Patty comes out of the closet, much to the shock of her sister, Marge, who was naive to her sister's sexuality.
#97 – ‘The Blunder Years’
Season 13 – Episode 5 (Episode 274 Overall)
Synopsis – After tricking Marge into thinking an advertising spokesman is coming to visit her, Homer takes Marge and the rest of the family to a restaurant featuring a hypnotist that uses his powers on Homer...and makes him remember a horrific childhood incident where he found a dead body in a ravine.
#96 – ‘Treehouse Of Horror VII’
Season 8 – Episode 1 (Episode 154 Overall)
Synopsis - A Halloween special which is divided into three short stories:
'The Thing and I' – Bart discovers he has an evil twin, who is living in the Simpsons' attic.
'The Genesis Tub' – After intending to prove that sugary drinks will rot teeth, Lisa creates her own miniature universe.
'Citizen Kang' – Kang & Kodos impersonate presidential candidates Bill Clinton and Bob Dole in order to invade Earth.
I think "The Blunder Years" is the only one out here that I remember. It does include my favorite made-up name, "Chad Sexington".
I especially loved "Lisa the Drama Queen" for the fact that it was an homage/parody of one of my favorite (and most f'ed up) movies of all time; Peter Jackson's "Heavenly Creatures."<< Home