The Simpsons: Season 6, Episode 8

Lisa on Ice (13 Nov. 1994)

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Homer gives all his attention to Bart because he is the star of his hockey team, which makes Lisa jealous. But when a rival team discovers that she is an excellent goalie, Bart suddenly has a rival for Homer's attention.



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Episode cast overview:
Marge Simpson (voice)
Bart Simpson / Kearney / Ralph Wiggum / Nelson Muntz / Audience Member #2 (voice)
Lisa Simpson (voice)
Death Count Presenter / Chief Wiggum / Apu Nahasapeemapetilon / Man on Monster Island / Snake / Moe Szylsak / Audience Member #1 (voice)
Action News Announcer / Kent Brockman / Principal Skinner / Inaugurator / Ice Hockey Announcer (voice)
Edna Krabappel (voice)
Youth Centre Woman / Milhouse Van Houten / Audience Member #3 (voice)
Jimbo Jones / P.E. Teacher (voice)
Martin Prince / Uter (voice)


Homer gives all his attention to Bart because he is the star of his hockey team, which makes Lisa jealous. But when a rival team discovers that she is an excellent goalie, Bart suddenly has a rival for Homer's attention.

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Animation | Comedy




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[Before the big hockey game]
Bart Simpson: Good luck, Lis. I'll try not to *hurt* you.
Lisa: That's okay, I'm wearing my lucky rabbit's *head.*
[reveals it on a string around her neck]
Bart Simpson: [gasp] Mr. Honeybunny! You inhuman monster!
Lisa: You want a piece of me?
[They start fighting, Apu pulls them apart]
Apu: Hey, hey! Save this precious hatred for the game!
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Competition drives a wedge through the Simpsons' household
11 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I dare say, this is one of the best Bart and Lisa episodes from the entire run of The Simpsons. The episode deftly explains and expands on the relationship between the two siblings. From the hilarious lows of indiscriminately punching and kicking the air in an attempt to hurt the other without taking blame for it to the heartwarming highs of remembering their shared history at the end, this episode is a winner.

Homer is an irredeemable jerk in this episode. He escalates, really all but creates, the feud between Bart and Lisa. His role in the episode is a brilliant skewer of parents who put too much emphasis on their children's athletic endeavors.

In the end, Bart and Lisa keep their heads and strengthen their bond as the combustible mob that is the Springfield citizenry explodes over their refusal to cut the other down. A defining moment for Bart and Lisa's relationship, indeed.

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