Bart and Lisa meet a homeless person who claims to have created Itchy, one half of the cat and mouse team of their favorite cartoon series, "Itchy & Scratchy."

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson / Lester (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Lionel Hutz (voice)
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Milhouse Van Houten / Boy in 'Amendment to Be' (voice)
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Bart and Lisa meet a homeless person who claims to have created Itchy, one half of the cat and mouse team of their favorite cartoon series, "Itchy & Scratchy."

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17 March 1996 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the event "The Day the Music Died" on February 3, 1959, when three American rock and roll musicians: Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson were killed in a small-plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa. The event is also mentioned in the song "American Pie" by singer-songwriter Don McLean in 1971. See more »

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Bart: Whoa! Whoa!
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Spoofs Schoolhouse Rock! (1973) See more »

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The Amendment Song
Written by Alf Clausen and John Swartzwelder
Performed by Jack Sheldon
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Excellent episode of The Simpsons
19 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

'The Day the Violence Died' is, in my opinion, an excellent episode of The Simpsons, and contains loads and loads of Itchy and Scratchy. Bart and Lisa find a bum on the street who claims to be the true creator of Itchy and Scratchy, and they help him gain ownership of the Itchy and Scratchy corporation. To see how it goes, you'll have to watch it yourself. This is a great episode of The Simpsons, and has laughs galore. 'The Day the Violence Died' is probably in my top 15 favorite episodes of The Simpsons, and if you like humor and a satirical take on how America is entertained by violence, then I'd recommend this episode to you.

Rating: TV-PG


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