Wednesday, August 09, 2006

DVD Review ( The Simpsons: The Complete Fourth Season )

And yet another great Simpsons season. Season four has some really good episodes. Bart and Lisa goto hell in "Kamp Krusty", Marge gets a job with Homer at the powerplant in "Marge Gets A Job", Homer buys a snowplow to get some extra cash in "Mr. Plow", Lyle Lanley tries to get Springfield to let him build a monorail in "Marge Vs. The Monorail", and many more. Here is my review for season four.


[*] Indicates A "Season Great".

[*]Kamp Krusty: 5/5. Bart and Lisa get to goto Kamp Krusty for summer where they find out it's a hell of a lot less fun than they anticipated.

A Streetcar Named Marge: 3/5. Marge plays starring roll in A Street Car Named Desire.

[*]Homer The Heretic: 5/5. Homer decides that going to Church is a waste of time and decides to never go back again.

[*]Lisa The Beauty Queen: 4.5/5. Homer realizing that Lisa is sad, decides to enroll her in a beauty pageant in which she comes second place, but is first by default.

[*]Treehouse Of Horror III: 4.5/5. This Treehouse of Horror features a Krusty doll that wants to kill Homer, a King Kong parody, and Bart accidently raising the dead.

[*]Itchy And Scratchy: The Movie: 5/5. Bart doesn't take care of Maggie when Homer and Marge are away and as a result, can't watch the Itchy And Scratchy movie as a punishment.

Marge Gets A Job: 4/5. When Homer realizing the foundation of his house is sliding, he has Marge work with him at the powerplant, where Mr. Burns falls in love with her.

New Kid On The Block: 4.25/5. The Powers' move in next store and Bart falls in love with Laura, but is soon depressed as to knowing that her boyfriend is Jimbo Jones.

[*]Mr. Plow: 4.5/5. Homer decides to buy a snow plow and plow driveways and roads for money around Springfield.

Lisa's First Word: 4/5. In the third flashback episode of the series, The Simpsons try to get Maggie to say her first word. Being unsuccessful, Marge and Homer tell Bart and Lisa about how Lisa said her first word.

[*]Homer's Triple Bypass: 5/5. Homer finds out he needs triple bypass surgery and gets it done by Nick Riviera; with the help of Lisa.

[*]Marge Vs. The Monorail: 4.5/5. Lyle Lanley uses Springfield's newly received 3 million dollars to build a monorail.

Selma's Choice: 4/5. Homer gets sick and has Selma take Bart and Lisa to Duff Gardens, where Bart and Lisa cause problems.

Brother From The Same Planet: 4.25/5. Bart gets a new dad because Homer is getting on his nerves. Homer also does the same, except getting a new son, named Pepi.

[*]I Love Lisa: 5/5. Lisa shows pity for Ralph on Valentine's day by giving him a card, and he falls in love with her.

Duffless: 4.25/5. Homer is pulled over for drunk driving, and Marge decides it's best for him to try and go a month without drinking one beer.

[*]Last Exit To Springfield: 5/5. The powerplant attempts to get rid of their dental plan, but Homer decides to keep it because Lisa needs to get braces.

So It's Come To This: A Simpsons Clip Show: 4.25/5. Bart hurts Homer as an act of an April Fools joke and has to goto the hospital. The Simpsons family recalls moments spent with Homer.

The Front: 4/5. Bart and Lisa attempt to send an Itchy and Scratchy script to Roger Meyers, ( The son of the creator of the show .) but get turned down because they are kids. Bart and Lisa decide to put it in Grampa's name without him knowing and he gets rich.

Whacking Day: 4/5. Bart and Lisa decide whacking snakes is wrong, and try to prevent Springfield from celebrating it.

Marge In Chains: 4/5. Marge forgets to buy something from the Quik-E-Mart when it's in her hand and she gets arrested for shoplifting.

Krusty Gets Kancelled: 3.5/5. A new puppet show called Gabbo becomes televised in Springfield and Krusty fights to stay on the air. He decides to hire celebrities to be on his "comeback special".


Overall, season four of The Simpsons just has stunningly good episodes; basically all of them are worth watching. Any Simpsons fan should also buy THIS season just because of that. There are several classics, too. This is most definitely a season worth purchasing.


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