The Simpsons: Season 23, Episode 8

The Ten-Per-Cent Solution (4 Dec. 2011)

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Krusty the Clown is stuck in a rut when the television network pulls his show from the air and his talent agency drops him as a client. But when the Simpsons introduce him to seasoned agent... See full summary »

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Krusty the Clown is stuck in a rut when the television network pulls his show from the air and his talent agency drops him as a client. But when the Simpsons introduce him to seasoned agent Annie, they are surprised to learn that Annie was Krusty's very first agent. Despite their rocky relationship, Annie is convinced to re-sign Krusty and craft his career comeback. But when Krusty's retro comedy show reboot is deemed a critical success, Krusty must decide to stay with his agent or side with the network executives. Written by Fox Publicity

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Homer Simpson: Everything about the past is perfect, except how it led to the present.
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Very good episode with a great guest appearance from Joan Rivers,without bringing too much of her own comedy thankfully,
25 July 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The Ten-Per-Cent Soulution is a great Simpsons episode with a great storyline and very funny.I thought Joan Rivers did a fantastic job as Anne Dubinsky,I've never been a fan of Joan Rivers however,and when I heard she was going to be in an episode I thought she would spread too much of her own comedy in the episode,which I don't like,but she didn't,she just went by the script and her voice really suited the character.I think that Dan Castellenate(voice of Homer and Krusty,among many others) should continue to write episodes with his wife,Deb Lucasta,because I always really enjoy the episodes they write,especially Days Of Wines And Doh'ses and The Fight Before Christmas,and think they should continue to make more.

At a request of The Simpsons,Krusty gets back with his first assistant,Anne Dubinsky (voiced by Joan Rivers),who he had a serious relationship.Anne is now determined to make Krusty more entertaining for an older audience.


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