The Simpsons’ 50 Greatest Episodes (Part Two)

15. Marge Be Not Proud (S7)

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Bart is caught stealing (AKA “four-fingered discount”) a video game, in a rare episode that explores the bond between Bart and Marge – as well as satirising kids’ roving interests.


14. The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show (S8)


A spot-on self-parody of what happens when TV shows have been on the air for a while. Whatever you say about latterday Simpsons, they never introduced a Poochie.


13. A Fish Called Selma (S7)


Everyone knows that (“Hi, I’m”) Troy McClure is the best Simpsons side character, so naturally this one – the only episode based around him – is absolutely priceless, from chimpan-A to chimpan-Z.


12. The Springfield Files (S8)

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Whether you are an X-Files fan or not, this meeting of Homer and Mulder and Scully is a pitch-perfect half-hour of comedy nonsense. But isn’t that the real truth? The answer is no.


11. The Last Temptation of Homer (S5)


Homer’s loyalty to Marge is tested when his new coworker at the plant seems perfect for him. A fair-handed look at temptation and a great example of how dedicated to Marge Homer really is.



6 thoughts on “The Simpsons’ 50 Greatest Episodes (Part Two)

      1. I agree that some HD/recent episodes aren’t as good but it is hard to stop watching a family you have grown to love. I still watch, get excited about and like (some) recent episodes.
        Thanks for following the blog BTW. Because it is self hosted the WP reader doesn’t work like it does for most blogs but you can still comment etc by going on the browser

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      2. Out of interest: Do you play TSTO? The Simpsons Tapped Out.
        If so, how long have you been playing?
        If not, you should! You build your own Springfield and their are constant events which release fun limited time items that can be seen in the show. Super fun!


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