First, Homer uses a magic hammock to clone himself in "Send In The Clones." Then, gun-wielding zombies attack Springfield after a ban on firearms in "The Right To Creep And Scare Harms." ... See full summary »

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Homer Simpson / Homer's Clones / Gil / Mayor Quimby / General #2 / Rich Texan / Sundance Kid / Kaiser Wilhelm / Barney Gumble / Sideshow Mel / Groundskeeper Willie / Kodos (voice)
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First, Homer uses a magic hammock to clone himself in "Send In The Clones." Then, gun-wielding zombies attack Springfield after a ban on firearms in "The Right To Creep And Scare Harms." Finally, The Simpsons are trapped on an island where people are transformed into animals in "The Island Of Dr. Hibbert." Written by Mike

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This, along with "Radioactive Man", "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular", and "Tennis the Mance", is one of the few pre-EABF episodes to be digitally colored. Starting with "The Great Louse Detective", every episode afterwards was digitally colored. See more »

Goofs

In Send in the Clones, Ned asks Homer for his chainsaw back. Homer wants Ned to leave a credit card and he offers his Discover card. The front side of the card varies from the two shots we see of it. See more »

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[Every inhabitant of Springfield has been turned into an animal]
Ralph: [feathers pop out of his back] I'm a dog.
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References The Tracey Ullman Show (1987) See more »

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Love The One You're With
Written by Stephen Stills
Performed by Crosby Stills & Nash
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Better Than Most Of The Episodes Around This Time
31 March 2012 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

The Simpsons Seemed To Be Back On Track With This One However Nothing Like They Used To Be.

"Send In The Clones" Is Actually Pretty Funny Because You Look At It And Just Worry About The Outcome. The Funniest One Is "The Island Of Dr. Hibbert", The Best Part Is When Homer Is Complaining About How It "Sucks" To Be An Animal "I Can't Believe You People All You Do Is Mate And Eat And Roll Around In Your Own Filth And Mate And Where Do I Sign Up?"

Overall Yes This Is A Good Episode But Not As Good As Its Prime (Seasons 4-10)


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