The Simpsons: Season 18, Episode 15

Rome-old and Juli-eh (11 Mar. 2007)

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Selma and Grampa fall in love and end up getting married, a marriage both Homer and Patty are against, and in the end the married couple realize that their life together just cannot work out.

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Homer Simpson / Various (voice)
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Marge Simpson / Various (voice)
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Bart Simpson / Various (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Baby-sitting together Grampa and Selma seem to have lots in common and start dating,despite efforts by Patty and Homer to wreck the courtship. Eventually they marry but Abe's unfamiliarity with modern kitchen gadgets literally destroys their love nest. Meanwhile Bart and Lisa build a fort out of cardboard boxes and,in an epic battle,withstand the efforts of the box company to get their property back. Written by don @ minifie-1

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This episode featured numerous animation retakes after its original airing. An example of a re-animated scene is when Homer and Marge are talking about Selma and Grampa at the beach. The syndicated version uses the fixed version of the episode. See more »

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Lisa Simpson: We beat them back! Now we can enjoy Boxingham Palace in peace.
Bart Simpson: Wanna melt it with a hose?
Lisa Simpson: Yeah, I guess. A couple of birds pooped on it over here.
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References The Devil Wears Prada (2006) See more »

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The Fields of the Pelennor
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Music by Howard Shore
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A good one
2 March 2008 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Despite the handicap of having a not so promising plot that has Abraham and Selma fall in love (which actually turns out to be sweet on a weird level), this does have a lot of moments that had me rolling on the floor laughing, not in the least because of the little B-plot that involves Bart and Lisa making a fort out of boxes. Surrealism at its best. The best moment comes though when Homer, in an attempt to break up this rather disgusting couple, disguises himself as a Latino smooth guy by the name of Esteban De La Sexface. It's been a while since I've had such a good time with the Simpsons, this is the kind of episode that makes me want them to go on for some time again.


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