The Simpsons: Season 15, Episode 4

The Regina Monologues (23 Nov. 2003)

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Prime minister Tony Blair welcomes the Simpsons to England where they run into author J.K. Rowling and actor Ian McKellen.



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Episode cast overview:
Marge Simpson (voice)
Lisa Simpson (voice)
Mr. O'Bannon / Moe Szyslak (voice)
Mr. Burns / Smithers / Hockey Dad Announcer / Otto / Dr. Hibbert / Motel Clerk (voice)
Himself (voice)
Edwina (voice)
Joe Millionaire (voice)
Himself (voice) (as Sir Ian McKellen)
Herself (voice)
Mr. Shadowski's Son / Judi Dench / Queen Elizabeth II / Girl at Prison (voice)
Karl Wiedergott ...
Others (voice)


The Simpsons visit London,where Grampa hopes to meet his old sweetheart Edwina. Confused by the London traffic system Homer accidentally rams Queen Elizabeth's coach and gets put in the Tower of London. Escaping through a secret tunnel he ends up in the queen's bedroom but she agrees to let him go back to America as long as he takes Madonna with him. At the airport Grampa finally meets Edwina and her daughter - who looks and sounds a lot like Homer. Written by don @ minifie-1

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23 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


When talking about football (soccer), Homer says "Can you believe that they gave Giggs a red card in the box?" referring to Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs supposedly being sent off in a match Homer has heard about. As it happens, in 19 years of playing for Manchester United, Ryan Giggs has never been sent off anywhere, though he was once shown a red card for Wales whilst on international duty. See more »


In this episode the Queen appears in court against Homer Simpson. In real life the reigning British Monarch is protected from prosecution and also cannot be called to give evidence in a case of criminal law. See more »


Homer: Homer: Milord, we Americans love queens, be they homecoming or dairy. This woman, however, is an imposter! Her luggage is inscribed H.R.H. which means her real name must be Henrietta R. Hippo
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References The Vagina Monologues (2002) See more »


Rule, Britannia!
Music by Thomas Augustine Arne
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Very, very weak tea
20 June 2015 | by (Co, Derry, Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

As an Irishman, it's my duty to take the mick out of the English, and Americans do the same.

But I felt bored by the episode.

Only a few actual English people did the voices and they're not actors (with the exception of Sir Ian and Jane Leeves).

The jokes are all yawn-worthy stereotypes that have been done to death, the accents are horrible (they sound more Aussie than the actual Aussie episode) and the joke where Sir Ian kept getting struck by lightening was just plain stupid and very un-Simpson like.

And the third act where Homer is imprisoned in the tower of London was just dull.

This episode is like a cup of tea that you forgot you made half and hour earlier and you decide to finish it. But you drink it, and it has gone all cold. So you pour it down the sink.

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