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Love, Springfieldian Style is a fantastic Simpsons episode with three
well written storyline's and an ton of very funny scenes.I really
enjoyed the Bonnie and Clyde story,the Lady and the Tramp parody was
definitely my favourite,but the Sex Pistols story was definitely a weak
point on the episode,I didn't find the use of chocolate as an illegal
drug funny and they certainly took it to far even though it wasn't
funny to begin with,but I did really like seeing British versions of
the characters,particularly Nelson was hilarious.The Lady and the Tramp
storyline was hilarious and nothing like anything they've done on the
show before,the musical number was very nice and they also told their
own story more so than making it the exact same as the classic Disney
movie.Love, Springfieldian Style is a very enjoyable Simpsons episode.
While trapped in a tunnel of love on Valentines day,Homer and Marge tell each other three romance stories while they wait.
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I just saw this ep on Tuesday and remembered about how at IMDb they have individual episode commenting. The basic premise of this episode is that Marge and Homer get stuck in a love tunnel ride at a carnival, the trip to which is Homer's idea of a valentines day present to Marge, and three love stories are told with Simpsons characters replacing the original ones. It's an alright episode, but i'm not too big on 'tell a story', 'flashback', 'futureflash' or 'alternate universe' episodes (with the exception of the completely non canon treehouse of horror episodes). the first and last stories are real ones whilst the second is a Disney story. It's not a bad episode but hardly the best of season 19.
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