What's your fav Simpson's Episode?

Ragnar

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El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer) - where Homer eats the hottest chilli known to mankind and trips out. Johnny Cash does the voice of Homer's coyote spirit guide :cool:

"In your face, Space Coyote!"
 

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Oh i love every ep with Sideshow Bob, he was original to say the least ;)
 

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True-using the Frasier actors as those characters was genius!:D I can't stop thinking about all those rakes now..


I couldn't agree more. The one where Sideshow Bob tries to stop his brother Cecil from blowing up the Springfield dam was a classic. I can still remember the line:

"There may be a slight ringing in your ears. Fortunately, you'll be nowhere near them."

:D:D:D
 

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El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer) - where Homer eats the hottest chilli known to mankind and trips out. Johnny Cash does the voice of Homer's coyote spirit guide :cool:

"In your face, Space Coyote!"
See my post!So we both love that one:)
Isn't that the totally psychdelic one?
Saw one yesterday that was brilliant,Mr.Burns stopping the medication part of his employees' health care plan.Homer then takes his family on a 'pill-smuggling' trip to
Canada...
 

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I'll add another vote for El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer).

You only move Twice where the Simpsons move when Homer gets a job working for a (very supportive) Bond-type Villian.

Hank: If you need anything, you call me.
Homer: All right. What's the number?
Hank: I've never had to call my own company. Someone will tell you upstairs. But, Homer, on your way out, if you wanna kill somebody, it would help a lot.


And pretty much any of the Halloween episodes.


Kang: We must go forward, not backward. Upward, not forward. And always twirling, twirling, twirling towards freedom.
 

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I just searched, and to my surprise this (Quokka’s post above) was the last mention of Halloween anywhere in the anime & animation forum.

I’m about to watch a DVD of four Treehouse Of Horror episodes.
 

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There are loads of classic episodes, and I don't tend to remember individual ones. Sometimes there's so much good stuff going on in an episode, that I remember one episode as two separate ones.

Staying on the Halloween theme, I love the Treehouse of Horror episode where Homer is sucked into the 3D world.

I love Studio Ghibli and love The Simpsons' Studio Ghibli-inspired episode.

The Bond spoof, You Only Move Twice. The Frank Grimes episode. Who Shot Mr. Burns? Bart in Australia. Bart Sells His Soul.
 

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I know that my favorite couch gag is the WACKY RACES one, & that I was soooo bored by the High school musical episode that was on recently. I suppose the WWII episode with the TIGER TALK music borrowed from KELLEY'S HEROES must be among my top 5.
 

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Another vote for El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer).

Also, my favourite couch gag is the one where the camera pans out into the universe only to come back out of Homer's head
 

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