“To Cur With Love” Although The Simpsons was looking up as of last week’s uncharacteristically good episode, we’re back in the muck this week with “To Cur With Love.” It’s a shapeless episode, that tries to tug at heartstrings but mostly just flops arou more
I have to admit that I'm a sucker for dog stories. Nothing consistently makes me weepy like a sad story involving dogs.
" To Cur With Love " was no exception. Homer's foray into hipster culture in last week's "The Day the Earth Stood Cool " was pretty more
Making fun of hipsters is practically a professional sport by now, and I can’t say I was looking forward to what The Simpsons might have to say on the subject. So, I was pleasantly surprised when “The Day The Earth Stood Cool” turned out to be one of t more
After quite the heart-warming episode two weeks ago , The Simpsons returned here to hilariously lampoon the overplayed hipster movement. And it was awesome!
" The Day the Earth Stood Cool " aptly satirizes the more annoying attributes of the newest ite more
I'm usually pretty unimpressed with The Simpsons . As you can tell from the last episode , I, like show's writers, am just waiting for the inevitable conclusion to this long-running series.
But occasionally the show can still surprise me with an unders more
“A Tree Grows in Springfield” is a perfectly serviceable episode of The Simpsons . The premise, at least in the first act, is the kind of overly-topical spoofing that can quickly get tiresome, but it didn’t stick around too long, and some of the jokes we more
Watching The Simpsons used to be the best part of my Sunday nights when I was growing up. Lately though, my Sunday night ritual has been more about nostalgia than true delight.
For quite a few years, the show has been cashing in on it's long history an more
When a show runs as long as The Simpsons has, it’s not surprising if it feels a little tired every week; just look at the bug-eaters’ meet up that Lisa attends in “Penny-Wiseguys.” It’s a completely arbitrary assortment of recognizable Springfield resid more