The Simpsons: Season 22, Episode 10

Moms I'd Like to Forget (9 Jan. 2011)

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After Bart discovers that he has the same hand scar as a fifth grader, Marge becomes inspired to reunite with a group of old friends from Bart's "Mommy and Me" class.



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Episode cast overview:
Marge Simpson (voice)
Lisa Simpson (voice)
Edna Krabappel (voice)
Various Voices (voice)
5th Grader / Brandine (voice)
Miss Hoover (voice)
Martin Prince / Sherri / Terri (voice)


After the fourth graders and fifth graders engage in a heated dodgeball battle, Bart discovers that one of the fifth graders has the same mysterious scar on his hand. Puzzled by the matching blemishes, Bart tries to understand why and how he got it, leading Marge to explain that seven years ago, she and her girlfriends formed the "The Cool Moms," a tight-knit group of moms who set playdates for their young boys. Inspired to reconnect with the women, Marge's social life soon becomes recharged, but when Bart's playdates stop being fun, he attempts to break up the club, and Marge finally remembers why she left the group in the first place. Written by Fox Publicity

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Dear Matt Groening ..
13 January 2011 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Dear Matt Groening,

I've enjoyed The Simpsons since as long as I can remember. But lately it seems that there's a new sheriff in the vast land that is Simpsons country. New episodes lack humor, depth and seem to been put together in a hurry - or maybe stories are being used that didn't make the cut the first time around. And this particular episode just offended me - with the whole Ralph-was-dropped-on-his-head-when-he-was-a-baby: c'mon now, that's not funny - that's just terrible (especially the look on Wiggums face when he dropped him). I know it's just a cartoon, it's not real or anything, but this kind of 'humor' is beneath what the Simpsons (to me) is all about. I don't know, maybe I'm just complaining about nothing, maybe I'm just getting too old for the show or whatever and I should just stop watching. And that would be too bad, 'cause The Simpsons were (are?) just awesome.

Thanks for many years of animation at it's finest.

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