Homer goes back to school after it is revealed that he never graduated. Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa ghostwrite for Itchy & Scratchy using Abe's name.

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Homer Simpson / Krusty the Clown / Itchy / Elvis / Writer #1 / Grampa / Artie Ziff / Barney Gumble / Audience Member #1 (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson / Child in Action-Figure Man / Todd Flanders (voice)
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Roger Meyers Jr. / Bobby Mindich / Documentary Narrator / Cowboy (voice)
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Krusty's Chef / Scratchy / Retirement Home Employee / Principal Dondelinger / Writer #2 / Animation Awards Announcer / Audience Member #2 / Ned Flanders (voice)
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After watching a particularly tame Itchy and Scratchy show Lisa and Bart send one of their own scripts to the studio but it is rejected as they under age so they write some more and get Grandpa to say that he is the author. As a result Grandpa wins an award but at the presentation ceremony is horrified to see one of the cartoons for the first time. Homer,meanwhile,has to attend night school after it is discovered that he never actually graduated. Written by don @ minifie-1

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15 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Grandpa while looking in the mirror getting ready for the awards show, says that he took a shot at Teddy Roosevelt. In 1912, there in fact was an assassination attempt made on Teddy Roosevelt's life during one of his speeches. See more »

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[practicing his acceptance speech]
Grampa: Thank you for this award. It is a tribute to this great country, that a man who once took a shot at Teddy Roosevelt could win back your trust...
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References The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) See more »

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English Country Garden
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[Plays in the Itchy & Scratchy short "Screams from a Mall"]
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Abraham Simpson: The Award Winner!
9 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the nineteenth episode of the fourth season of the Simpsons. I thought it was a pretty clever episode as well as humorous. I really loved Grampa's take on cartoon violence. I loved the inside jokes about the award shows, even though I find them fun to watch. An excellent episode mainly due to the fact this has Bart and Lisa working together.

In this episode, "The Front," after a lackluster Itchy and Scratchy show, Bart and Lisa decide to send in a script. After being tossed away, they get Grampa to send in a script to excellent results, thus getting Grampa a nomination. Meanwhile, Homer and Marge attend their high school reunion where it's been found out that Homer did not graduate because he failed remedial science.

Overall, this is a solid episode that features many good moments. Homer failing science is actually something that I can relate with. A good show with good jokes and good morals. And finally, I loved that ending clip with Ned Flanders. I rate this episode 9/10.


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