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
Sometimes, The Simpsons is simply exhausting here in its late period . What, exactly, was “Love Is a Many Splintered Thing” supposed to be? Can anyone tell me? Because all it felt like was a mess, unfocused and boring. I guess we’re supposed to take it more
Of all the episodes of The Simpsons Season 24 (and possibly of the series run), Sunday night's episode was the most disappointing filler episode ever.
" Changing of the Guardian " doesn't quite have the punch to qualify for Comic Book Guy's "Worst Epis more
What, exactly, was the point of the guest stars on “Changing of the Guardian”? Obviously, The Simpsons has the power to just bring celebrities on for no good reason, and constantly, but this week seemed uncharacteristically egregious, especially given more
" A Test Before Trying ," this week's new episode of The Simpsons Season 24 , retreads over some familiar territory as Bart is pressured into actually studying for an exam.
Of course, Bart isn't very good at studying, and his struggle to stay focused a more
Was it just me, or did this episode of The Simpsons feel a little empty? Maybe it was just that “A Test Before Trying” started with the long version of the opening sequence, followed by an EXTRA-long couch gag, which was amusing enough, but really just more