Happy streaming! Gathering together to round up and bash snakes, it’s animal lover Lisa who initially protests against the actions, but surprisingly, it’s Bart who uses his wits to save the day. What ensues, obviously, is a meta-episode that somehow loops in guest appearances from Jim Jarmusch and John C. Reilly, a great montage using Spoon’s “I Turn My Camera On,” and a clever nod to The Simpsons Movie. Plot and character in perfect harmony. Throw your vote away!”) The first two stories, though, have an imaginative depth that qualifies them as real science fiction (gags and all). It’s decided that Flanders is the “only useless person here,” and he’s kicked out. And the first time we realized that most of a TV series’ early episodes were pointless was when Lisa told her father, “The first episode was just a pilot, Dad. Although The Simpsons has always been aware of how chaotic the kids’ home lives are, they never really dealt with it on somewhat real terms until this episode, which finds Homer and Marge going away for a spa vacation. But when Homer faces death in the final at the hands of Professor Frink’s creation, and reveals himself as human, the robot obeys Asimov’s first law of robotics and will not hurt him. You'll likely remember plenty from the nineties golden era, but here's our pick of the best Simpsons episodes you may have missed since the turn of the century, now streaming on Disney Plus, D'oh! “Boys kiss girls.”. Of course, in the end, we root for Marge and Homer to get their kids back, mainly because the Flanders overstep their bounds, trying to baptize the kids in a menacingly filmed sequence that would be offensive if the climactic gag — Homer recoiling from the baptism water like a vampire — didn’t suggest that in some sense, God is on the side of the righteous. You could probably organize a wickedly entertaining marathon consisting only of episodes in which Krusty interacts with Bart and/or Lisa. ... pop and otherwise, much like the best episodes of The Simpsons … It’s also a star-making episode for regular cameo player Rainier Wolfcastle, who pronounces the hero’s catchphrase “Up and atom!” as “Up and at dem,” and responds to an onrushing tidal wave of acid with a monotone, “My eyes … de goggles, dey do nothing!”. (The first few minutes show Krusty lighting a cigarette with a copy of Action Comics #1.). After Homer has to beg for his power-plant job back, Mr. Burns installs him back at his console in front of a sign that reads, “Don’t forget, you’re here forever.” It’s mean and existentially horrible. This is also the first Simpsons episode in regular run to compact its opening credits and cut straight to the couch gag (in this case, a repeat of the one from season two’s “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge,” in which the family enters the living room and finds the couch missing). This one follows up on season one’s “Krusty Gets Busted,” in which Bart saves Krusty from prison by revealing that it was Sideshow Bob who actually robbed the Kwik-E-Mart. The first half, the finale of season six, effectively set up the fact that literally every resident of Springfield would have a motive to shoot Mr. Burns, who crossed the line between everyday villainy to cartoonish supervillainy by stealing oil from the elementary school and then blocking out the sun. Slapstick, but with an MSc. You get old and realize that your whole life is essentially pointless and meaningless and insubstantial. What follows is an impassioned speech from Homer about piracy and how, to quote Lisa, everyone is “trying to steal as much money as they can.” “Steal This Episode” never takes a side in the pirates-versus-producers war — it doesn’t have to. (“No more Simpsons movies! “It’s not up to us to choose which laws we want to obey. They’re obvious outsiders, but Marge wants to be on the inside, so she keeps tailoring her suit, afraid that she won’t be accepted if she wears her usual attire.You can’t help but sympathize with Marge’s desperation, even if the country club is a “hotbed of exclusionist snobs and status-seeking social climbers.” Ultimately, Marge unknowingly gets what she wants — Evelyn sponsors the Simpsons’ membership — but at a cost. The episode is colored by the brilliant irony of the one fixture of the ’90s that isn’t featured: The Simpsons. But “Duffless” finally calls him on the carpet for it. Well the episode is a fun time ride indeed and has some of the funniest Simpsons moments ever. Great spoof moments abound (Homer’s zero-gravity chip-munching ballet set to “The Blue Danube” is one of the best of The Simpsons’ Stanley Kubrick shout-outs), as do the kind of casually bizarre flourishes that the show does so well. It’s a brief friendship, but any time we get to see Nelson’s sensitive side is a winning one. The Simpsons loves to reference and parody famous movies and sometimes even dedicate entire episodes to riffing on classics. You'll likely remember plenty from the nineties golden era, but here's our pick of the best Simpsons episodes you may have missed since the turn of the century, now streaming on Disney Plus. Slapstick was good enough for the silent-era clowns and The Simpsons has reinvented it for a generation that thought it passé. Poochie doesn’t last long, and his demise is brutally funny: Homer’s voice-over cuts off and is replaced by another actor who sounds nothing like him, and we see animators physically ripping away the animation cel that contains the offending canine. “cloak n dagger” falls more comfortably into emo than hyperpop, though. “Eternal Moonshine of the Simpsons Mind” won the 2008 Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour), but it’s Outstanding Comedy Series-worthy. Their relationship nearly falls apart, though, when Homer learns that Quimby’s working with Fat Tony to sell rat “malk” to the children of Springfield Elementary. 10 Barthood (Season 27) Movie parodies have been a go-to episode format on The Simpsons for years and one later seasons have tackled with mixed success (the less said about “Elementary School Musical” , the better). Plus, the Brokeback Mountain kicker where Bart hugs his Nelson vest while Nelson shouts, “Haw haw, I touched your heart!” nails The Simpsons’ mix of bite and heart with one joke. Mayor Quimby is impressed by the act of heroism, and he hires Homer as his personal bodyguard. Turns out the dish-detergent product Mr. Sparkle’s logo was actually just a coincidental combination of a fish and a lightbulb (or “fish-bulb,” as Bart calls Homer), but its preposterous story line has since created one of the show’s most iconic images, next to the “I Choo-Choo-Choose You” Valentine and the Inanimate Carbon Rod. “Bart on the Road” tweaks the trope, though, by ditching the coming-of-age nonsense and replacing it with something completely absurd — a story about Nelson threatening to beat up Bart, Milhouse, and Martin if they don’t go to an Andy Williams concert (“Bam, second encore!”). The show does a particularly special job with Mindy’s character (perfectly voiced by Michelle Pfeiffer). Ned Flanders is a perpetual winner in the world of The Simpsons. Springfield Up offers yet another take on Homer and Marge’s history by putting it through the lens of a documentary called Springfield Up (which parodies the U.K.’s Up series), and it proves to be one of the more successful rewrites in recent seasons. She snaps at Lisa, and Homer sadly suggests, “You kids should thank your mother. One of the show’s enduring strengths is the depth and range of its characters, nowhere shown to greater effect than in this episode when Springfield rises up as one after Marge successfully campaigns to have sugar banned from the town. Also, the characters didn’t necessarily feel settled yet. Homer and Lisa stories routinely end up being the most touching — just look at this list, which is packed with them — and in this case, “Brick Like Me” does a wonderful job of grounding this highest of concepts. But the most recent seasons have still featured some fantastic episodes that are just as good as anything … Of the show’s many achievements, one has to be its creation of a highly relatable and specific portrait of intelligence. He gets a job at a fast-food restaurant, eats his way to obesity, and bemoans his fate every chance he gets. After Homer stops Bart from trying to jump over Springfield Gorge on his skateboard, he accidentally finds himself zooming down the ramp instead. One of the most quotable Simpsons ever — a bold statement, admittedly — “Radioactive Man” stirs together an astounding number of The Simpsons’ ongoing obsessions, including jealousy between friends, comic-book mania, shifting pop-culture styles (apparently, the old Radioactive Man TV series is modeled on the 1960s Adam West Batman), and the way Hollywood warps innocence (Moe recalls his agonizing stint as a Little Rascal named “Smelly”). Origin stories are not new. And because of the “Treehouse of Horror” tradition, there was just so much material for the writers to pull from in their first foray in joking about the actual holiday. We’re in the middle of fall premiere season, when networks roll out a dozen or so new shows. (If you haven’t yet seen this episode, find it, watch it, and come back here.) Then 9/11 happened, and it was taken out of syndication. The Simpsons has always thrived on pop culture, whether it’s parodying a film or writing in relevant guest stars, and that continues to be a strength (and sometimes a weakness) to this day. Of course, though, the reason everyone remembers this episode is because of the song. For Simpsons’ diehards, the title recalls a Lionel Hutz court case mentioned in series four and this episode could hold its own in that era. After all, it’s a part of us all, a part of us all, a part of us all. Bart and Lisa investigate and learn that Krusty’s dad, Rabbi Hyman Krustofsky, didn’t want to perform the ceremony because he was afraid Krusty (a.k.a. The late, great Phil Hartman guest-stars as Lyle Lanley, who convinces the citizenry to spend an unexpected windfall on a monorail. Homer’s shuffled through hundreds of jobs, but if he could settle on just one, he’d probably go with world-famous musician. There she sees her local congressman take a bribe to raze a forest in Springfield. Like many classic early episodes, this focuses ruthlessly on its A story and keeps a tight leash on its tone, which might’ve gone from brutally farcical to brutally unpleasant in an instant had a single gag been miscalculated. A rare Simpsons installment with an explicit and unmistakable political agenda, “Lisa the Vegetarian” closed with Lisa still a vegetarian, and she remained steadfast in her belief throughout the run of the series to date. One of The Simpsons’ more assured dips into pure misery, “Kamp Krusty” finds Bart and Lisa in despair at conditions in the titular summer camp. Amanda Gorman Geeking Out Over James Corden Won Late Night This Week. Once the whole thing collapses, Ned cracks and checks himself into Calmwood Mental Hospital. That’s what makes this a somewhat controversial episode — it has a different tone than any one before it, and none have come close to touching its super-dark humor since. The attic story is actually a twin story: Apparently, the creature rattling around upstairs is Bart’s conjoined twin Hugo, an id creature à la The Dark Half who’s chained up for everyone’s protection and subsists on fish heads. An episode that Matt Groening once called his favorite, “Bart the Daredevil” is maybe best known for the joke that changed everything. (A key episode, it seems, as it would also kick off the Sideshow Bob story line that would result in our No. (If you haven’t yet seen this episode, find it, watch it, and come back here.) Primarily, it’s a story of Marge cheating to win a baking contest because she wants to be known as more than “the wife of a husband who doesn’t go to work.” The second plotline is a ridiculous arc in which, after Marge cuts all the naked pictures out of Homer’s Playdudes (The Simpsons’ Playboys), Bart finds them and starts enacting a Hugh Hefner–like lifestyle, just without the sex. Bart’s entry is just cruel hidden-camera footage of his dad trying to squeeze into too-small pants; Ned Flanders makes an amateurish film about Moses that sends one of his children careening down a river; Hans Moleman’s “Man Getting Hit in the Groin by Football” is self-explanatory. The irrational and quixotic nature of the mob was a powerful recurring theme in the show’s golden era (remember the building of the monorail?) Got that? Side note: The episode features a hilarious B story, in which Bart and Lisa discover an alternate ending to Casablanca. It’s an ingenious way of connecting the first act to the third, making “Mayored to the Mob” feel more conceptually complete than other “Homer gets a new job” episodes. Joshua Bassett has voiced his support for his rumored girlfriend’s new song. “El Viaje Mistierioso” is the one in which homer eats a super chili “grown deep in the jungle by the inmates of a Guatemalan insane asylum.” But replace the chili with a bowl of peyote, or take a bowl of peyote yourself, and you’d get to the same place — a clever and gorgeously drawn episode in which Homer hallucinates a talking coyote (voiced by Johnny Cash) and a Marge with no face. From there, Homer is accused of sexual harassment by the babysitter he hired to watch the kids, even though he was only trying to grab the gummy from her “sweet-sweet can.” He’s labeled as a monster by the press (and in the made-for-TV movie, Homer S.: Portrait of an Ass-Grabber). “$pringfield” is one of the earliest episodes to involve so many Springfield residents. The training sequence requires Homer’s crew mate Barney to go without booze, unleashing his inner gymnast and opera singer (he performs two lines of the Major General’s song from The Pirates of Penzance; shades of “Cape Feare”), and Homer’s fears of space travel are realized when he opens a bag of smuggled potato chips in zero gravity and causes an Apollo 13–style crisis. All products are independently selected by our editors. “Bart Sells His Soul” is a unique episode — Bart is humbled to learn that a soul is something you can lose, which Lisa, usually the skeptic, already knows to be true. ... so we’re just left with 10 highly rewatchable episodes … The best anime series you've probably never seen. Interweaving pop-culture parody and social satire in the best Simpsons tradition, “Marge vs. the Monorail” is a treasure trove of quotable bits and indelible moments, many of which brush against the surreal. After three decades on the air and more than 650 episodes, Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie have officially moved into the Mouse House. But even as the episode pours on horror-movie-style incidents — referencing Psycho and A Nightmare on Elm Street as well as Cape Fear, driving the family into witness protection in a houseboat on Terror Lake, and replaying the show’s opening credits as “The Thompsons” — it somehow makes room for multiple, marvelous sight-gags and exchanges in each scene. (Note: It doesn’t include the Michael Jackson episode, “Stark Raving Dad,” which was pulled from circulation earlier this year.) Lisa stumbling into an unfamiliar school and a French class who laugh at her and are then reprimanded by their Gallic-stereotype teacher who instructs them to laugh at her “en Francais”, which they do. While Abe tries to be hip and young again through a small-time fast-food gig, he soon realizes that he doesn’t want to be on that side of the counter anymore. The final shot — a roll call of future public-works scandals, confirming that Springfield learned nothing from this disaster — is oddly poignant. It should work about as well as an anti-escape orb that’s been punctured with a knife, but this one’s a trippy kick. While The Simpsons has always parodied pop culture, a degree of laziness has entered the process in recent years, as if reference alone to contemporary culture – minus any commentary – is worthy of our applause. An extended parody of James Bond in general and You Only Live Twice in particular, this is an almost entirely absurd episode that gins up world-changing events so that they can be forgotten the following week. Two-thirds of the way through the episode, Homer says, “Guys, do you think Carl was right? But it wouldn’t be on this list if that were simply the case. In “A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again,” Bart sells everything he owns so the entire family can go on a cruise. Worst. When he got smarter, Homer and Lisa grew instantly closer, and when he decides to reverse the procedure and become dumb again, Homer first writes his daughter a note that is truly tear-jerking. ... Best Simpsons episodes post-2000 (that you probably haven't seen yet) It seemed reasonable at the time, as a large portion of the episode takes place at the World Trade Center. Luckily, our friends from Springfield have been through this all before (see The Simpsons Movie) and are on the new streaming service to guide us through these tough times. Seems like a hard ask during quarantine, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled. When a heat wave descends upon Springfield, the Simpsons buy a pool, immediately making Bart and Lisa the most popular kids in town. Censors were taken aback by the frankness of the sex in the episode, but the producers thankfully fought back. It’s Bart at his most puckish: He’s pulling a prank, but only because he doesn’t want to go back to the reality of everyday life. That reliability keeps “Duffless” grounded, despite an appearance from the Duff Blimp. Sounds plausible to us. If anything, “Sideshow Bob Roberts,” which mocks both “cold-hearted” Republicans and “guilty” Democrats equally, has only gotten better with time. Yet another of Homer’s dream jobs. To quote something showrunner Mike Scully once said in an interview, “Guns in the hands of people like Homer Simpson are bad.” But an episode about it? It makes perfect sense in the actual episode, which includes a visually rich parody of those “Take a Photo of Yourself Once a Day for Five Years” videos. So to render an entire episode in Lego form was a huge risk, but one brilliantly executed. Springfield is a true community — part of the show’s joy is the variety and familiarity of its characters. When Apu realizes Lisa’s potential to be a star goalie, she joins his hockey team and begins to outshine Bart. We know you think you've seen all of the good episodes from the show's golden era in the 1990s, but there's been plenty of big hitters since the Millennium ball dropped too. “Homer to the Max” is undoubtedly assisted by its meta humor (Homer has gone through various levels of intelligence since season one), but it also works as yet another funny episode about how ridiculous TV can be. Here Are All the Movies Delayed Because of the Coronavirus. Marge asks him to give up drinking for a month, which he agrees to, not realizing how difficult it is. The most politically loaded episode of the entire series, “Sideshow Bob Roberts” is a masterful examination of how easy it is to convince a lazy, willing nation of, well, pretty much anything. Here, Burns gets his day. A parody of The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure, “Gone Maggie Gone” uses the puzzle-solving, conspiracy-mystery format to create a wholly unique and wonderful episode. It feels a little tame now, so advanced are the animation graphics of today, but there’s something wonderfully bizarre about the episode’s kicker, which involves erotic cakes. The Simpsons’ mythology has been rejiggered so many times that it’s hard to tell what really happened in the years leading up to Bart’s birth. She’s a college student at Eastern University, which is where she meets Hugh (Mandy Patinkin). He can occasionally be a decent guy, so long as he has his Bobo. Beyond Mindy, the episode succeeds in not selling Homer out, by letting him honestly feel the temptation. Gabbo!” the mysterious strobe-flash ads proclaim.). The 30 Best Simpsons Episodes. Things start off well enough, but the Simpsons gene eventually kicks in, and Bart and Homer are arrested for various indiscretions, and a gang of Itchy and Scratchy robots are ready to kill. The show is never afraid to spin more contradicting details to its biography, and that’s half the fun of keeping up with the many seasons of The Simpsons. “Brick Like Me” is heartfelt and ambitious (both in terms of production and storytelling). Take one scene: Homer gets onstage and a shirtless member of the audience comments to his buddy in the de rigueur ironic tone, “Here comes that cannonball guy. Eliot’s “The Waste Land.” It nearly renders criticism moot, since it pretty much analyzes itself — and the broadcast network system that produced it — as it goes along. At the time, The Simpsons was an anecdote for both. Krusty has subcontracted everything in this lakeside hellpit to bureaucratic underling Mr. Black, who, in turn, delegates to thuggish enforcers Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney. 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