", randomly able to hear Principal Skinner and Homer's inner monologues, Double Jeopardy attaches in the event of an acquittal, bears a striking similarity to his situation, The Simpsons S5 E19 "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song", The Simpsons S 5 E 21 Lady Bouviers Lover, Mr. Lacoste, the waiter, undergoes a series of kitchen accidents. Ever. The following is a list of the episode titles and summaries of FOX's longest-running animated sitcom The Simpsons, centered on a dysfunctional yellow-skinned family living in the unreachable city of Springfield and trying to deal with modern life. Recap/The Simpsons Monorail!!!! Originally aired June 28, 1987. Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish, uses Homer's brain to make the robot come to life, So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show, he spies on Flanders, who may have murdered his wife, Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield, Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish", Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious, Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers", being smart doesn't necessarily mean being happy, Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays, The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star, The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer, Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair), Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times, I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Originally aired February 21, 1988. Played straight with Bart — his day of playing hooky places him in a couple of potentially life-threatening situations and he comes off right. After Marge finishes writing the letter, Bart and Lisa show her their wish lists; Lisa wants a pony, and Bart asks for a tattoo. Originally aired February 14, 1988. I don't want to hear it, McBain. Marge mentions an uncle who used to say "Shoot 'em all and let God sort it out." Originally aired February 28, 1988. "House of Cards": Bart's attempts to construct a house of cards is constantly interrupted by Lisa and Maggie. Meme. Real Monsters Abby Hatcher The Addams Family (1992) Adventures from the Book of Virtues … Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org. Originally aired May 14, 1989. 1 Synopsis 2 Full Story 3 Reception 4 Citations Moe's beloved bar rag, loomed as an ornate medieval tapestry, recounts its millennium-spanning life story. "Making Faces": Marge warns Bart and Lisa that their faces will freeze if they keep making scary faces. "Zoo Story": The Simpsons go to the zoo and meet a family of gorillas that mirrors them. to all but the script writers. At best, The Simpsons is timeless, but a plot point prominently involving Crystal Pepsi indelibly marks “Marge On The Lam” as a product of its time.I also remembered “Marge On The Lam” as being Marge-centric, and episodes devoted to Marge and Lisa tend to be more tender, but less funny, than episodes devoted to Homer and Bart. "Scary Movie": Bart convinces Lisa and Maggie to watch a scary movie when they're at the theater. "The Art Museum": The Simpsons go to the art museum. Later, at home, Marge writes a letter for the family's Christmas cards while Homer is getting out the Christmas decorations, and Bart and Lisa are writing their Christmas wish lists. "Good Night": Homer and Marge say good night to the kids, but what they say worries the kids in the night. Originally aired December 13, 1987. “Lisa's First Word” (season 4, episode 10; originally aired 12/03/1992) Pity poor Lisa Simpson. Originally aired October 4, 1987. Recycled Animation: When Bart is fleeing from Skinner, a shot of Bart running down a hill from " Kamp Krusty " was re-used. Originally aired May 3, 1987. E04 Lisa the Beauty Queen; E05 Treehouse of Horror III; E11 Homer's Triple Bypass; E12 Marge vs. the Monorail. All The Tropes Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. 3-2-1 Penguins! "The Pacifier": Bart and Lisa get annoyed by Maggie's sucking on her pacifier and try to take it away from her. Bart sneaks out of school and finds himself at a party for Mayor Quimby's nephew, Freddy — but when Freddy gets in trouble for allegedly assaulting a French waiter, Bart must choose to keep his mouth shut about the ordeal or expose the truth and admit that he cut school to see it happen. Originally aired November 6, 1988. "Grampa and the Kids": Grampa comes over to tell Bart and Lisa some stories. Moe Goes from Rags to Riches "Moe Goes from Rags to Riches" is the twelfth episode of Season 23. Originally aired October 25, 1987. The Simpsons first aired from 1987 to 1989 as a series of animated shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show.Unofficially known as "Season 0," the original 48 ad-bumpers kicked off what is now well established as one of television's all-time classic series (which premiered on the then-fledgling FOX network in December 1989). "Bart the Hero": Bart accidentally stops a robbery at a candy store. "Gone Fishin'": Bart and Homer go fishing. "Bart's Haircut": Bart goes to Jake's Barber Shop. "Home Hypnotism": Homer and Marge try to use hypnotism to get the kids to behave. Admittedly, probably known as "I, (D'oh! Originally aired November 13, 1988. "The Money Jar": The kids separately plot to steal cash from the family's money jar. Originally aired March 20, 1988. "The Perfect Crime": Bart tries to steal Marge's fresh batch of cookies. "Grade School Confidential" is the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons' eighth season. The comics were created by Bongo Comics. Originally aired February 7, 1988. Admittedly, probably known as "G.I. Originally aired February 12, 1989. Originally aired February 19, 1989. Marge: "Hmmmmmm..." Monorail! The tapestry was woven out of demon wool, so it could tell the future. After its success in prime time TV, The Simpsons spawned into Comic Book territory with its own series based on the show. Originally aired February 5, 1989. "Bart's Nightmare": Bart has a nightmare after eating all the cookies in the cookie jar. The waiter attempts to cover up his clumsiness by framing Freddy for his injuries, who had insulted him beforehand. 1 Synopsis 2 Plot 2.1 Opening 2.2 A-Gobble-Ypto 2.3 The Fourth Thursday After Tomorrow 2.4 The Last Thanksgiving 3 Reception 4 Citations In a special Thanksgiving edition of "Treehouse of Horror," The Simpsons are forced to face various Thanksgiving nightmares, including the first Thanksgiving, an A.I. 2,507 talking about this. The Simpsons Movie is a 2007 theatrical film adaptation of, well, The Simpsons.The film's production was famously stuck in Development Hell for most of the series' run, with the film having been commissioned around 2001 and movie plans going back as far as the episode "Kamp Krusty" in 1992.The plot of the film centers on Homer essentially being an idiot (what else is new? The Simpsons first aired from 1987 to 1989 as a series of animated shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show.Unofficially known as "Season 0," the original 48 ad-bumpers kicked off what is now well established as one of television's all-time classic series (which premiered on the then-fledgling Fox network in December 1989). Originally aired April 16, 1989. A listing of all the Recap pages that cover a Western Animation series. "Shoplifting": Bart steals a candy bar at the grocery store. In a deleted scene, Freddy walks out of the courthouse, only to grab the waiter demanding he say 'chowdah' correctly. Badass Family: Even though they usually deal with their own individual problems, when they work together you will see this trope in its greatest affect.. Badass Normal: They're just your typical everyday sitcom family, yet has established better feats than people in real life had. Originally aired May 1, 1988. The waiter himself, who promptly falls to another lengthy slapstick. And later on he falls several stories from the courtroom window on the back of a truck full of rat traps (which of course had an open roof). *BOOM* Bye tropes! "BART, YOU WANT SOME BROWNIES BEFORE YOU GO TO BED?!" "I Won't Be Home for Christmas" is the thirteenth Christmas episode of the animated sitcom The Simpsons, aired as the ninth episode of the show's twenty-sixth season. Homer, meanwhile, is skipping work, recognized Bart but is afraid of Bart catching him out, so he puts a hair comb on his face to pass it off as a mustache. Between 2003 and 2006, it was the only Futurama media being made. Monorail! E05 Sideshow Bob Roberts; E13 And Maggie Makes Three; E14 Bart's Comet. Even worse is that he was almost home free at that point, something the man even points out before summoning Freddy to the stand. despite this airing a week after Marcia Wallace — the voice of Mrs. Krabappel — died, this episode was not delayed; rather, it was dedicated to her, both this episode and "Labor Pains" are the last episodes written by, Jeff "Roastmaster General" Ross does appear as himself, along with, Was supposed to be the final episode of season 24, but was replaced with "Dangers on a Train" and later thought to be the finale for season 25, but was replaced with "The Yellow Badge of Cowardge." ", Skinner looks for Bart in all the places he thinks a boy would go for fun, but when he can't find him at the museum or the 4-H club (which has been abandoned for a long time), he considers "Am I so out of touch? "Bathtime": Homer gives Bart a bath. {D'oh!}" My low expectations were prompted by a combination of factors. The Simpsons S 7 E 8 Mother Simpson. "Bart's Hiccups": Lisa and Maggie try to cure Bart's hiccups. Homer's fake glasses, which don't hide the fact he's snoring and drooling in court. "Eating Dinner": Marge tries to have a quiet and peaceful family dinner. A clip show is an episode of a television series that consists primarily of excerpts from previous episodes. "The Pagans": Bart and Lisa decide to become pagans to avoid going to church. The whole courtroom plot is pivoted by a waiter more willing to falsely accuse and jail a man for assault than admit he suffered injuries from being a klutz. Driven to Suicide: Arresting Jimmy the scumbag, Wiggum describes all the other things he'll endure in prison and say this is the only way out. YMMV; S06. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. While skipping class, Bart sees Homer and hides. Originally aired January 29, 1989. Originally aired April 23, 1989. Thanksgiving of Horror Thanksgiving of Horror is the eighth episode ofSeason 31. And it still might be an example, since re-opening the case due to new evidence which could have changed the original verdict is usually permitted, though it's only permissible in regards to. "The Closet": Bart gets locked in the closet. Originally aired June 21, 1987. are commonly used by posters to indicate they've seen something they really wish they hadn't (not too dissimilar to "do not want"). Found in 1 articles, excluding discussions.. Originally aired May 31, 1987. No, it's the children who are wrong.". Originally aired March 26, 1989. Originally aired July 12, 1987. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Originally aired May 7, 1989. … Bart and Chief Wiggum criticize Rainer Wolfcastle for his latest movie, which is obviously meant to be. Marge tries to tell Lisa that her wish for a pony isn't very reasonable, and she forbids Bart from having … Originally aired January 24, 1988. "Bart's Little Fantasy": Bart tells Lisa and Maggie a story in which the roles of parents and kids are switched. Originally aired March 6, 1988. Bart skips school and when he confesses to it so Freddie Quimby won't be sent to jail for a crime he didn't commit, Skinner gives him four months detention. The man’s face conveys a … There were rumors that it was pulled for objectionable content, but according to Matt Selman's Twitter, it was pulled because the writers wanted this episode to be the plot to the next. Originally aired October 11, 1987. The Simpsons, being such a Long Runnernote The first season of the show started airing on December 17, 1989, and before that the show had consisted of several The Tracey Ullman Show shorts., has naturally amassed many episodes (it surpassed Gunsmoke's record of 635 episodes in April 2018, and will reach 700 episodes in its thirty-second season). Bart hears Homer's thoughts, which at that moment happens to be the Meow Mix jingle. Stylized as "HOMЯ", but linking to that breaks the site. Simpsons Comics, The main title was launched in November, 1993 and is still ongoing. It's NOT Batman! Originally aired December 17, 1989. "Maggie's Brain": Bart and Lisa wonder what goes on in Maggie's mind. Trivia; S03. 1 Synopsis 2 Trivia 3 Gallery 4 External links The episode begins with Comic Book Guy and Kumiko Albertson watching the Cosmic Wars Special, with CBG expressing shock and outrage that the special actually gets worse the more … The show was created by Matt Groening (who also made Life in Hell, and later Futurama and Disenchantment), and is considered one of the most memorable, quotable, celebrated, studied, imitated, and revered animated series in the history of American television. to all but the script writers. A deleted scene also acknowledges that Mayor Quimby has deliberately rigged the jury selection to make things easier for Freddy. "Scary Stories": Bart and Lisa tell each other scary stories. When Bart is running away from Principal Skinner, one of the scenes is of Bart running across a field to a wall, which was reused from " Dog of Death ". "The Aquarium": Homer brings Bart, Lisa, and Maggie to the aquarium. Originally aired May 8, 1988. E01 Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire. "Space Patrol": Bart and Lisa play a game of "Space Patrol". It was also the first episode (in production order) where Mike Scully was showrunner, taking over from Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, the showrunners for seasons seven and eight. To the point where he is only barely slowed down walking through a fast-flowing river after Bart cuts the bridge, which results in Bart providing the Trope Name. The Cartridge Family is the fifth episode of the ninth season of The Simpsons, airing for the first time on Fox in the United States on November 2, 1997. The real life Korean animators who worked on the show did not find this joke funny, and didn't want to animate it. After faking his own death and getting the mistake cleared up at the town courthouse, Homer makes a discovery: his mother, Mona (who supposedly died when Homer was a kid), is still alive, but the joyous reunion (at the cemetery after Homer discovers that the grave that allegedly belonged to his mom is, in fact, the grave of writer Walt Whitman) is cut short … "World War III": Homer wakes the family in the middle of the night for a nuclear war drill. "The Bart Simpson Show": Because Homer won't let the kids watch. Originally aired April 20, 1989. Most clip shows feature the format of a frame story in which cast members recall past events from past installments of the show, depicted with a clip of the event presented as a flashback.Clip shows are also known as cheaters, particularly in the field of animation. Originally aired March 19, 1989. Gilligan Cut: After Nelson receives a love note from Lisa and initially thinks Millhouse wrote it. Originally aired April 19, 1987. How Munched is That Birdie in the Window? The Trope Namer. Originally aired September 22, 1987. "The Funeral": The Simpsons attend Great Uncle Hubert's funeral. And he did just that. Unlike other Halloween episodes, this is a normal single-story episode rather than three stories. The episode establishes the long-term relationship between Seymour Skinner and Edna Krabappel. Skinner is utterly relentless in his pursuit of a truanting Bart. Originally aired November 15, 1987. It went from being a tapestry hung up in a building to a bar rag. YMMV; E18 A Star Is Burns Mouse 101 Dalmatian Street Aaahh!!! "Maggie in Peril (The Thrilling Conclusion)": Maggie finds her way back home safely. Originally aired May 10, 1987. Originally aired February 26, 1989. Season 1 (December 17, 1989 — May 13, 1990), Season 2 (October 11, 1990 — July 11, 1991), Season 3 (September 20, 1991 — May 7, 1992), Season 4 (August 27, 1992 — May 13, 1993), Season 5 (September 30, 1993 — May 19, 1994), Season 6 (September 4, 1994 — May 21, 1995), Season 7 (September 17, 1995 — May 19, 1996), Season 8 (October 27, 1996 — May 18, 1997), Season 9 (September 21, 1997 — May 17, 1998), Season 10 (August 23, 1998 — May 16, 1999), Season 11 (September 26, 1999 — May 21, 2000), Season 12 (November 1, 2000 — May 20, 2001), Season 13 (November 6, 2001 — May 22, 2002), Season 14 (November 3, 2002 — May 18, 2003), Season 15 (November 2, 2003 — May 23, 2004), Season 16 (November 7, 2004 — May 15, 2005), Season 17 (September 11, 2005 — May 21, 2006), Season 18 (September 10, 2006 — May 20, 2007), Season 19 (September 23, 2007 — May 18, 2008), Season 20 (September 28, 2008 — May 17, 2009), Season 21 (September 27, 2009 — May 23, 2010), Season 22 (September 26, 2010 — May 22, 2011), Season 23 (September 25, 2011 — May 20, 2012), Season 24 (September 30, 2012 — May 19, 2013), Season 25 (September 29, 2013 — May 18, 2014), Season 26 (September 28, 2014 — May 17, 2015), Season 27 (September 27, 2015 — May 22, 2016), Season 28 (September 25, 2016 — May 21, 2017), Season 29 (October 1, 2017 — May 20, 2018), Season 30 (September 30, 2018 — May 12, 2019), Season 31 (September 29, 2019 — May 17, 2020), The first season of the show started airing on December 17, 1989, and before that the show had consisted of several, Season 1 (April 19, 1987 — July 12, 1987), the first episode to have a recognizable celebrity guest star, this episode is the first one to have band members as special guest stars, (American football with the brown oval ball, not "soccer"). Skinner imitates part of the opening sequence from, Bart's daydream is of course a reference to, Otto suddenly snapped at Bart and Lisa, claiming he and the prison bus have "sort of a, When Bart testifies that the waiter's injuries were the result of his own clumsiness, the waiter denies being, Jasper claims he needs to watch the dog from. Originally aired November 27, 1988. "Bart the Hero": Bart accidentally stops a robbery at a candy store. Originally aired January 15, 1989. Homer swears that he will make sure that Quimby ends up in jail because he was summoned to perform, Skinner admits to being a petty man right before defying, The case against Freddy Quimby is so open-and-shut because he is the kind of guy who. "Watching Television": Bart and Lisa fight each other while watching television. "Punching Bag": Bart and Lisa make a punching bag with Homer's face on it. Apr 4, 2019 - Explore No No's board "tv tropes recaps" on Pinterest. 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