The Simpsons: Season 15, Episode 15

Co-Dependent's Day (21 Mar. 2004)

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Marge takes up heavy drinking to spend more time with Homer. Bart and Lisa confront a famous movie director about the drop in quality his films have taken.

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Homer Simpson (voice)
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After seeing lousy film 'Cosmic Wars', which they were looking forward to for a long time, Bart and Lisa want to let the director know the new movie sucked. A complaint letter gets ignored and Bart and Lisa want to personally speak to the director. Because he lives in the neighborhood of a winery Homer and Marge agree. While Bart and Lisa talk to the director, Homer and Marge discover alcohol brings them together and make a habit of drinking wine and getting drunk together. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Homer Simpson: [drunkenly gets into his car and fumbles with the key] I'm in no condition to drive... wait! I shouldn't listen to myself! I'm drunk!
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A Manifestation Of Mob Mentality
2 December 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

People have this remarkable talent for thinking things were better before when really they only looked better because you were happier because you knew less so you had less things to worry about (or so you thought) and so if ever there's a song or a movie there will always be hordes of people touting the original as some great achievement in the history of humanity and the remake or cover as the worst thing ever simply because it's in the same franchise but isn't the original, quality has got nothing to do with a fan of a series liking or not liking something in it, like how in anime the voices in the dubs actually have the same emotional intensity as the characters' faces but most people prefer the original Japanese voices anyway. Never a show to keep its views to itself and run by people old enough to have seen the original trilogy in the cinema when they came out naturally the new trilogy gets painted as terrible even though Episode I had the best lightsaber fight of all 6 films so far, 3 interesting plots going on at once with the Gungans fighting the droids on the plains of Naboo while the Jedi battle Darth Maul and Anakin dogfights in space. Yes the romance in Episode II was awkward but they're in positions of great responsibility and aren't allowed to be in love so naturally it would be awkward and yes Episode III started off very fast in comparison to the book (compare how long the scenes before and after Dooku's death take in the book to how long they take in the film) but the pacing levelled out in the second half so it was a great film overall.


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