It is decided that a film festival should be held to put Springfield on the map and cinema critic Jay Sherman comes to town and stays with the Simpsons. Various people submit films that they have made to win the critics' prize, from Burns' blockbuster presenting him as an epic hero to Barney's strangely poetic monochrome short, but the most popular choice seems to be George C. Scott in 'Man Getting Hit With a Football'. Written by
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As Todd Flanders is being swept down the river while being filmed, Ned prays for God to save him. Afterwards, God's hand descends from the clouds with five fingers, whereas throughout the series, as everyone knows, all of the characters have only four on each hand. See more
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Welcome to "Coming Attractions". I'm your host, Jay Sherman. Thank you. Tonight, we review an aging Charles Bronson in "Death Wish 9."
[Charles Bronson is in a hospital bed
I wish I was dead. Oy!
But first, we have a special guest: Rainer Wolfcastle, star of the reprehensible McBain movies.
Jay, my new film is a mixture of action und comedy. It's called "McBain: Let's Get Silly."
[Cut to clip from movie showing McBain with a microphone in front of a brick wall
Rainer Wolfcastle as McBain
Did you ever notice how men always...
References Schindler's List
U Can't Touch This
Written by M.C. Hammer
, Rick James
, and Alonzo Miller
Performed by Hank Azaria
and Dan Castellaneta See more