Two lifelong friends sit down, watch and discuss each episode of "The Simpsons"... in order... then talk about them. We'll discuss some of our favorite moments, some of the facts about each episode and some bloopers if we can find them. Join Jesse and Greg (Also from the Serial Chillers Podcast) and friends as they set sail on a journey that is going to take the better part of a decade. Join us... It's a perfectly cromulent podcast.
3.8: Lisa's Pony
Homer will do anything he can to make Lisa love him again after he can't get her a 4 1/2 reed in time. Fun episode that makes us realize that sometimes homer will go to great lengths to please his family!
3.7: Simpsons Halloween Special II
Jesse and Greg are Joined by a non-Simpsons fan (Paul) to watch this wonderful Halloween special. As a group that sincerely loves the Simpsons halloween episodes/Treehouse of Horror this feels like such an authentic on. Plus hear some authentic 1991 commercials while you're here!!
3.6: Like Father Like Klown
We learn the sad story of Krusty the Klown's origin. (that isn't even his real name!!) He was shunned by his father for wanting to be performer and not a musician or jazz singer. Can Bart and Lisa bring the two back together again? Will Lisa learn ancient Hebrew? We answer all these questions and more in this week's episode.
3.5: Homer Defined
Homer saves Springfield from Nuclear meltdown, but mostly with dumb luck. After being showered with praised and recognized for his greatness, he has to walk the fine line to show he knows what he's doing. Until he has to prove he knows.... and of course he doesn't. He's homer.
Greg and I began recording regularly again. Please enjoy!
3.4: Bart the Murderer
Bart get's caught up with some of Springfield's more nefarious characters. Culminating in a clash between them and one of Bart's known enemies.
3.3: When Flanders Failed
Season 3. Episode 3: The first episode ever revolving around Ned Flanders, and we like Ned Flanders dang diddly ding dong heck! Ned leaves his 9-5 to open up his own store catering to the left handed population like himself. Homer has a moral quandary and is a jerk for most of the episode. In the end it's all going to be ok again, it is the Simpsons after all.