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 random beginning 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
Based on the title of this week’s episode of The Simpsons and the show beginning with a spy movie, Iwondered if this would be one of those rare episodes where the first 30-90 seconds would actually be related to the rest of the episode. It’s amazing ho more
Family vacations are a special kind of torture. And Bart makes this one an apocalyptic nightmare.
Despite the unwieldiness of its title, " A Totally Fun Thing Bart Will Never Do Again " was a truly enjoyable episode. Most of the gags and quips were pre more
This week’s episode of The Simpsons began with Bart having just another manic Monday, which served as the opening of a yet another ho-hum week in the life of the precocious ten-year-old. In fact, Bart’s boredom was so palpable Maggie offered him a round more
Like previous episodes this season, " Beware My Cheating Bart " might have been slightly entertaining, but the plot seemed awfully familiar.
The problem with the long-running series is that, eventually, you run out of fresh ideas. Obviously, we can't e more
This week’s opening sequence of The Simpsons may be my favorite of all time and yes, this includes the amazing Game of Thrones -inspired opening. I understand Homer’s passion for his sofa . I was strangely intrigued by the pregnant sofa and nothing was more