" What Animated Women Want " plays on the familiar trope of men vs. women, and, in usual Simpsons fashion, the focus of the episode is on the dysfunctional relationship between Homer and Marge.
Homer has continually disappointed Marge over the long his more
What, exactly, am I supposed to say here, if I liked one half of an episode, and really didn’t like the other? It’s a pattern emerging in The Simpsons that I’m none too happy about. “Dark Knight Court” (I’m always in favor of a punny title) gives us two s more
" Dark Night Court " is another average installment of the The Simpsons Season 24 .
As I said last week, the show can sometimes substitute flashy gimmicks for actual substance, giving us wacky situations or unusual settings instead of solid story. Well more
Is it shameful if I admit that I had no idea Tina Fey was the guest voice in “Black-Eyed, Please” until I looked it up after the episode had ended? It was a strange thing to find out, considering how The Simpsons usually overuses its guest stars, if anyth more
" Black Eyed, Please " showed that The Simpsons can still be a really entertaining animated show, especially when it explores their eccentricites of its main characters instead of introducing zany newcomers or putting the cast in unusual settings.
It’s a sad state of affairs when the thing that makes me laugh the most in an episode of The Simpsons is a series of blink-and-you’ll-miss-them gags that come at the very beginning of the half hour. But, alas, my favorite part of “Gorgeous Grampa” was the more
Grampa has always been a entertaining character, but lately it feels like The Simpsons Season 24 has been trying to cram way too much into his background.
Both " Gone Abie Gone " and " To Cur With Love " have highlighted unknown information about Gramp more
What a disappointment!
" Hardly Kirk-ing " started off with such a great premise, but sadly, there wasn't much follow through on the Bart and Milhouse shenanigans. Bart's hilarious discovery of Milhouse's striking resemblance to his father (when more