The Simpsons: Season 17, Episode 15

Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife (26 Mar. 2006)

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As part of a new Fox show, the Simpsons participate in a wife-swap.

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When he sees the new plasma screen HD TV Lenny got, Homer stays at Lenny's place watching TV for some days which makes Marge decide to try and win a plasma screen HD TV for themselves. She doesn't win the TV, but the family does win a tour to the FOX studios. There Homer is told about a wife-swapping show which would make him enough money to buy the TV he so desperately wants. The Simpsons swap wives with the well educated, well-to-do Heathbar family. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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In the German dubbing version of this episode Christoph Maria Herbst voiced the role which was voiced by Ricky Gervais in the original. Herbst plays the lead role in Stromberg (2004), which is the German version of Gervais' The Office (2001). See more »

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Homer Simpson: [watching hi-definition TV] What a picture. You can see the soulless emptiness in that shark's eyes.
[changes channels]
Homer Simpson: Ooh, Two and a Half Men. You can see the soulless emptiness in Charlie Sheen's eyes.
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Too much like 'The Office'
12 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Simpsons has managed to stay consistently funny for eighteen years, and, though there have been other episodes that have been weaker than others, this is the only one that has managed to hit this low standard.

If I wanted to watch 'The Office' I would have. Gervais' character was basically the same irritating idiot he plays in 'The Office'. The only humorous parts of the episode were the ones that had the regular Simpsons brand of humour, unfortunately, there were very few. The parts with Gervais were poorly acted and were basically just him being him; which isn't funny.

I'm just glad this is the only episode Gervais had influence in.


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