The Simpsons: Season 6, Episode 10

Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy (4 Dec. 1994)

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Homer and Abe hit the road to sell Abe's miraculous aphrodisiac.

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Grampa invents an aphrodisiac tonic,which kick-starts the sex lives of most of the adults in Springfield and he and Homer go on the road to sell it. However at an old farm-house where the Simpsons once lived,Grampa reveals to Homer that his birth was accidental. Homer is angry and the two part. But after reflection,they reconcile back at the farm-house but also manage to burn it down. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The word "Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis" which Grandpa uses in asking why Marge doesn't look well, is reputed to be the longest word in the English language; it is synonymous with the shorter word "pneumoconiosis" and refers to the lung disease also known as miner's lung. See more »

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When Homer tells Bart and Lisa that he needs to go and do some serious thinking, he drives away in the orange station wagon. In the next scene, we see him pull up to his dilapidated childhood home in the pink car. See more »

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Announcer: We now return to the 1971 film, "Good-Time Slim, Uncle Doobie, and the Great 'Frisco Freak-Out", starring Troy McClure.
Uncle Doobie: [a multicolored VW bug is chased by police] Slim, if we've got the bag with the stolen diamonds, then what happened to the bag with our stash?
Troy McClure: [as Slim] There's more than one way to get high, baby.
[he floors it]
Homer: [Marge, dressed seductively, snuggles with Homey] Please, Marge! How often can I see a movie of this calibre on late-night TV?
Marge: Is there something wrong, Homey?
Homer: No! It's ...
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Celebration
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Written by Robert Kool Bell, Ronald Bell, George Funky Brown, Eumir Deodato, Robert Spike Mickens, Claydes Smith, 'James "J.T.' Taylor', Dennis D.T. Thomas, and Earl Toon
Performed by Kool & The Gang
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Was this episode an accident? I think NOT!
12 February 2014 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is in my opinion one of the most underrated Simpsons episodes, I mean a 7.6? It deserves much higher because this episode is so well written in many aspects and has some of the most funniest lines and jokes there is, especially the Al Gore joke. OK let me calm down a bit.

I'm actually quite surprised that no one has reviewed this episode yet, I mean it's not only a classic episode but I do believe the episode contains many memorable moments that the Simpsons have done before. Some of you might be wondering about it's title, is it a very sexual episode? Not the whole of it and it isn't nasty, but it is about Homer and Marge having trouble with their sex life. But suddenly Grampa presents a strange but helpful medicine that can give you the energy to receive the best sex of their lives.

I think this episode deserves more credit because it's not only funny but also has one of the most (if not) dramatic moments for Homer and Grampa. I would recommend you this episode and find out what happens with Homer and Grampa because I think it is one the most dramatic moments in the Simpsons.

Is it recommended? Oh yes. A classic that is watchable no matter how many times you see it.


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