The Simpsons: Season 9, Episode 11

All Singing, All Dancing (4 Jan. 1998)

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Homer is disappointed when the western he rented turns out to be a musical, so the family reminds him of the musical moments in the show's history.

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Homer Simpson / Barney Gumble / Krusty / Mayor Quimby / Grampa Simpson / Sideshow Mel / Clint Eastwood / Man who buys newspaper / Sailor / Martian (voice)
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Bart Simpson / Kearney / Dancing Girl #3 (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Moe / Snake Jailbird / Chief Wiggum / Apu / Carl Carlson / Mustached Man (voice)
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Lee Marvin / Principal Skinner / Reverend Lovejoy / Jasper Beardly / Mr. Burns / Smithers / Ned Flanders / Lenny Leonard / Lee Marvin / Human Fly (voice)
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Himself (voice) (archive footage)
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Lyle Lanley (voice) (archive footage)
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Milhouse Van Houten / Jimbo Jones / Dancing Girl #1 (voice) (archive footage)
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Dolph / Newsboy / Belle / Dancing Girl #4 / Maid (voice) (archive footage)
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Miss Hoover / Martha Quimby / Dancing Girl #2 (voice) (archive footage)
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Homer is disappointed when the western he rented turns out to be a musical, so the family reminds him of the musical moments in the show's history.

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Snake: I'm back, so continue wetting your pants!
Homer: [whimpers] Okay!
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Throughout the episode, Snake continually breaks into the Simspons' home to get them to stop singing. The joke continues during the credits, as he interrupts the music several times with gunfire. See more »

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Features The Simpsons: Homer's Barbershop Quartet (1993) See more »

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Baby on Board
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Written by James Campbell, George Economou, Shelby Grimm, Don Jordan,
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Performed by The Dapper Dans
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F u c king clip-shows!
26 January 2014 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Thank God they put a stop to it in season 13, because the clip shows that Simpsons did were AWFUL. The only episode I can watch again is their very first one, since it has a real plot and has some memorable NEW jokes too and not just old. Heck, the clips are even pretty sparse! Then after that came not only the worst clip show ever, but also one of the worst EPISODES ever: Another Simpsons Clip Show. I actually counted once how much new material there was. Well... 4 and a half minutes. The f u c k, man?! After that, we had this one. (I don't count 138th Episode Spectacular, as it's more like a jubilee-episode and provides lots of unseen old material and interesting unknown facts) This was a pretty bad episode... When I bought season 9, I hoped to God I could resist myself to see if it was better than I thought. I couldn't. And no, it's not better than I thought. It's still dumb, pointless, boring and over-crowded with old clips with no interesting plot! Hell, the only reason I even give this a 4 is because the annoying singing is once in a while interrupted by the always hilarious Snake, who kind of expresses how the whole audience feels about this boring piece of s h i t! The "Paint Your Wagon"-bit would have been funnier if it hadn't led up to the nightmare we would have to endure later. Skip this episode, it's not worth hurting your brain here. And one more thing... How can the same writer (Steve O'Donnell) who wrote one of the funniest, creepiest and best episodes ever, "The Joy Of Sect" come up with THIS later? I can't believe it. I just can't.


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