The annual Halloween episode of The Simpsons is an institution by now, a way for the show to get wacky to an extent it usually doesn’t. (Although, some would argue, largely correctly, that in its old age, the show has been doing that in standa more
The Simpsons is back for yet another season. The show's been showing its age and its inability to stay current in recent years, but with the end drawing near, there's still hope that it can keep its loyal audience happy for at least another season.
I’m not going to mince words here. “Moonshine River” is a mess of a Simpsons episode. The plot rapidly switches focus from act to act, but, unlike in its more successful cousins, none of the individual stories here satisfactorily merged into e more
For a season finale that's been hyped so much in the past few weeks, " Lisa Goes Gaga " was a little underwhelming.
The series did make good use of their guest star instead of reducing her role to a small cameo. But that wasn't necessarily a good thing more
Lady Gaga took The Simpsons by storm – a diamond teardrop, glitter-infused storm. Upon learning that Springfield was home of the tomb of the unknown mascot and had the lowest self-esteem of any place on the planet, Gaga decided that it was her more
Ned and Edna?!? Nedna ?
" Ned 'N' Edna's Blend " offers the stunning revelation that Ned and Edna are married. Exactly when did this happen? While the unveiling of this new couple was a shocking turn of events, it was a little unbelievable. Ned and Edn more
The Simpsons have had great opening sequences this season, including this week’s helicopter/Avatar gag complete with 3-D glasses. It is quite the impressive feat for a show now in it’s twenty-third season. True to The Simpsons use of a r more
Cain, Stradivarius Cain. Yeah, it just doesn't work as well as the classic James Bond introduction. And, unfortunately, neither does Homer's idiotic adventure this week.
Sometimes the secondary plot is much funnier than the primary one, which is certai more