The Simpsons: Season 11, Episode 19

Kill the Alligator and Run (30 Apr. 2000)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Animation, Comedy
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The Simpsons become wanted criminals after injuring a famous alligator during a Florida vacation.

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Fearing that he only has three more years to live, Homer takes the family on holiday to Florida where,after Homer has made a fool of himself at a rock concert,he accidentally runs over Captain Jack,the famous long-living alligator. The family flee but are eventually captured though when it transpires that the alligator is not dead,as feared,they are released on the condition they never return to Florida. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Velma: You took the signs out of the window? That's pretty presumptuous. How do you know I'm going to hire you?
Bart Simpson: Sorry, I just want to be a broom-boy so bad.
Velma: I like your attitude. You're hired.
[to Lisa]
Velma: How about you, missy? You wanna be a mop girl?
Lisa: Not really no.
Velma: I like your honesty. You're hired.
[to Marge and Homer]
Velma: And you two haven't said a word. I like that. you're hired.
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A laugh here and there
5 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is decent but it is certainly not a 10 out of 10. One would have to had missed every episode from season 4 through season 10 to say that this is the the funniest Simpson's episode ever. Humor in the Simpson's traditionally is on a higher level than what was portrayed in this episode. It is funny on occasion, but the whole idea of the Simpson's going to spring break is just the producers (probably the Fox Network mostly) trying to pander to ignorant MTV loyalists. This could have very well been a Family Guy episode. Episodes like this are pretty much the beginning of the black whole of mediocrity that the Simpson's fell into for a few years and are just recently getting out of.


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