Feeling sorry for Ralph, Lisa sends him a Valentine card. Having developed a crush on her, Ralph invites Lisa to go see the Krusty the Clown show. She accepts but after Krusty asks them if ... See full summary »

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Homer Simpson / Marty / Grampa / Barney Gumble / Johnny / Itchy / Krusty the Clown / Sideshow Mel / Homer's Conscience / Robert Frost / Bill Clinton / Groundskeeper Willie / 'William Henry Harrison' / Police Voice (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Moe Szyslak / Apu Nahasapeemapetilon / Heart Delivery Man / Chief Wiggum / Lou / Krusty the Clown 20th Anniversary Show Announcer (voice)
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Sideshow Raheem (voice)
Doris Grau ...
Lunchlady Doris (voice)
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Miss Hoover (voice)
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Feeling sorry for Ralph, Lisa sends him a Valentine card. Having developed a crush on her, Ralph invites Lisa to go see the Krusty the Clown show. She accepts but after Krusty asks them if they are boyfriend and girlfriend, Lisa lets Ralph know that she just wants them to be friends. Written by wodder-1

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Trivia

In the clip of Krusty's show with Robert Frost, Frost is reading from his poem, "Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening." After Krusty dumps fake snow on his head, his line, "We discussed this and I said no!" is spoken in the same meter as the poem. See more »

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Lisa spills chocolate over her dress. In the next shot, when she denies being Ralph's girlfriend, the chocolate is completely gone. See more »

Quotes

Miss Hoover: Martha Washington will be played by Lisa Simpson.
[Lisa giggles]
Miss Hoover: George Washington will be played by... em, Ralph Wiggum.
Rex: What? This is a travesty! Everyone knows I'm the best actor in this ridiculous school!
Miss Hoover: Sit down, Rex.
Rex: I will not sit down! Someone's gone to you, you deceitful cow!
Miss Hoover: That's absurd, Rex. Ralph won the part fair and square.
[She opens and closes the blinds repeatedly. Outside:]
Chief Wiggum: That's the signal. Take the boot off the car, boys.
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References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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Monster Mash
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Written by Bobby Pickett and Leonard L. Capizzi
Performed by Bobby Pickett
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Lisa Has a Boyfriend?
7 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the fifteenth episode of the fourth season of the Simpsons and it's a very good episode, one with a satisfying romantic background. The episode revolves with Lisa falling in love, or shall we say some boy falling in love with Lisa. It was also funny to watch how easily corrupt the cops are in Springfield, especially Chief Wiggum. But on the whole, this is a pretty funny episode.

In this episode, "I Love Lisa," Lisa gives her classmate Ralph a Valentine's Day card out of sympathy, but Ralph takes it the wrong way and he falls in love with Lisa, although Lisa does not return the favor. When Ralph gets tickets for the Krusty Klown anniversary show, Lisa makes her feelings become true to Ralph.

Overall, this is a very good episode that tackles on weighty issues such as romance. The cultural references are excellent as usual as my favorite scene is Bart channeling his inner Arnold Schwarzenegger in a terrific Terminator 2 sequence. Plus I love how Krusty rocks out to a Doors song, so that was funny. Another fun episode! I rate this episode 9/10.


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