Bart's comic about Homer becomes a hit on-line, prompting Homer to attempt to control his anger.

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Kirk Van Houten / Mr. T / Luigi / Jeff Jenkins / Danger Dog / Comic Book Guy / Man on Radio / Osama Bin Laden / Lou Rawls / Carl / Moe Szyslak / Milkman (voice)
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Principal Skinner / Mr. Blackwell / Mayor in 'Danger Dog' / TV Announcer / Producer / Lenny / Ned Flanders / Dr. Hibbert (voice)
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Stan Lee (voice)
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Edna Krabappel (voice)
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Woman at Springfield Speakers Bureau / Dolph / Paper Boy / Piano Lady (voice)
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Martin Prince (voice)
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Bart's comic about Homer becomes a hit on-line, prompting Homer to attempt to control his anger.

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Animation | Comedy

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Trivia

Homer sings a parody version of Donovan's "Mellow Yellow". See more »

Goofs

Lisa confronts Bart about "Angry Dad" and he tells her that he will make her "Know it All Sister". During the conversation Lisa goes from holding a copy of "Angry Dad" comic in her hands to holding the same type of white drawing pad Bart is holding. See more »

Quotes

Homer: It's true, I'm a rageoholic! I just can't get enough RAGEOHOL!
[cries]
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Spoofs Danger Mouse (1981) See more »

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Rise and Shine (Arky, Arky)
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Performed by Harry Shearer
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It was exactly this episode that made me wanted to watch the Simpsons!
10 February 2013 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I remember when I saw this episode for the first time and it was exactly this episode were I became hooked to the Simpsons. Yes I know it's an episode that's outside the golden seasons of the Simpsons but if it wasn't for this episode I would not be so interested to the Simpsons i believe. I don't understand why there aren't any reviews here?! I think this episode is a classic. OK I know that some of you might disagree with me but trust me it's probably the best episode of season 13.

Anyway the plot is about after an inspiration from a cartoonist the children (especially Bart) becomes inspired to create their own cartoons. Of course Bart really wanted to try, after failing his first idea Stan Lee suggest that he should keep trying until he fulfill his goal. After Bart trying to find inspirations he finally finds one inspirations and that is: Homer. And creates Angry Dad who is based upon Homer when Homer gets mad as hell.

One heck of an episode, it has great jokes and a look at how the Internet became popular back in the time when we thought the Internet would never be a popular place to be in. Of course this episode is almost 11 years can you believe it? The appearance of Stan Lee is probably my favorite guest star on the Simpsons. This episode is flawless and too bad it's the only good episode on the 13th season IMO.


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