The Simpsons: Season 13, Episode 21

The Frying Game (19 May 2002)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy
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Homer and Marge find themselves on death row after they are framed for murder.

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Homer Simpson / Screamapillar / Blue-Haired Lawyer / Gil / Irish Priest / Guard / 'Frame Up!' Host (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Carl / Moe Szyslak / EPA Man / Old Jewish Guy / Chief Wiggum / Lou / Cletus / Foreman / Warden / John Coffey / Announcer (voice)
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Carmen Electra (voice)
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Mrs. Bellamy (voice)
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Karl Wiedergott ...
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Homer and Marge find themselves on death row after they are framed for murder.

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The prison guard refers to the state's governor as a "he". The governor of Springfield's state is a woman, Mary Bailey, seen periodically in the series. See more »

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John Coffey: [Homer is on the walk to the Chair] Give me your hands, boss.
[Homer smiles and gives Coffey his hands]
John Coffey: I'm going to kill you! I killed those other people, and I'm going to kill you too!
[the guards hustle Homer away. John Coffey turns to his pet mouse and smiles]
John Coffey: Would you like some cornbread, Mr. Jingles? Well, you're not going to get any, 'cos I'm going to kill you!
[Mr Jingles flinches]
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References The Green Mile (1999) See more »

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One of the funniest of season 13
6 June 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This is episode very funny, even comparable to the Simpsons in the glory days. The jokes are well written, unlike most of the other episodes in season 13. It is an episode which mostly focuses around Homer. Homer is sent to do community work after he squashes an endangered bug. He works as a food deliveryman for old people. While working for an old lady Homer and Marge find her dead. Chief Wiggum finds her will stating that all her money should be given to the Simpsons. Obviously, they are accused of killing the old lady and the court sentences them to death...

There are a few movie references in this film, including the Green Mile. Overall I give this episode an 8, highly recommend it.


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