" 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 his h more
“Hardly Kirk-ing” is the kind of episode that I wish The Simpsons could pump out every week these days. It’s well-constructed and funny enough, and while there’s nothing in here that’s either earth-shatteringly funny or sweetly emotional, both of which more
I did to see Mary come back so soon. And after being disappointed with her last episode , I wasn't expecting to enjoy her return to Springfield and Bart's life.
" Love Is a Many Splintered Thing " featured guest star Zooey Deschanel as Mary Spuckler on more