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The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed 

Ned takes the Simpsons on a pilgrimage to Israel in order to try and save Homer, but soon discovers that he may not be worth saving.

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Homer Simpson / Krusty / Owl / Israeli Airline Man / Camel (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Israeli Airline Man / Mr. Listenforfree / Church Security Guard / Orthobot Prime / Muslim (voice)
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Ned Flanders / Reverend Lovejoy / Dr. Hibbert / Israeli Airline Man / Cucumber (voice)
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Jakob (voice)
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Doreet (voice)
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Jimbo Jones (voice)
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Agnes Skinner (voice)
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Helen Lovejoy (voice)
Karl Wiedergott ...
Israeli Gunman / 'You're being paid to clean the gutters' / Robot / 'In a soup, you can boil it' (voice)
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Ned takes the Simpsons to Israel in the hopes that Homer may learn a little about religion but Homer is only interested in being a slobbish tourist - until he is whisked off into the desert during a sandstorm and,after being unconscious,awakens to spread the word of universal peace to all religions,believing himself to be the new Messiah. As it happens lots of other people also think that they are the new Messiah as well. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Animation | Comedy

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28 March 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jakob, the isrealian tour guide, says, "I have a slight accent since I come from London." Sacha Baron Coehan, who voiced Jakob, comes from London. See more »

Goofs

There is no sand desert surrounding Jerusalem. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Hibbert: Marge, I'm afraid your husband has what is known as Jerusalem Syndrome.
Lisa Simpson: Ah, yes. Jerusalem Syndrome. A delusion or psychosis of a religious nature while visiting Jerusalem.
Bart Simpson: Have you ever noticed that dad always gets the diseases they write about in the in-flight magazine?
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References Fiddler on the Roof (1971) See more »

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Hope!
29 March 2010 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

After seeing the latest episode of the Simpsons I was very pleased to find, during the episode, some elements that reminded me of the earlier Simpsons. Its been many years since I had this feeling while watching the Simpsons. The story was good but the humor was what really surprised me, it was a humor that resembles the one during the Swartzwelder era. After I saw the episode I decided to watch it again to see if that sparkle of hope was really there and there it was again. Its good to see that there's still a lot of quality within the Simpsons writers after all these years and potential to turn the Simpsons to what they were, the best show on TV.

Keep up the good work.


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