Krusty and his daughter spend Christmas with the Simpsons; Reverend Lovejoy seeks converts to boost attendance at church; A Christmas toy scares Maggie.

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Homer Simpson / Sideshow Mel / Rich Texan / Krusty the Clown / Itchy / Poochie / Squeaky Voiced Teen / Mazda / Gnome in Your Home / Tetragrammaton (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Harold's wife / Milhouse Van Houten (voice)
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Krusty and his daughter spend Christmas with the Simpsons; Reverend Lovejoy seeks converts to boost attendance at church; A Christmas toy scares Maggie.

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The line that Krusty uses, 'Can we get some room tone, just 20 seconds' is the same line that Chris Griffin uses in episode 8, season 15 of Family Guy, 'Carter & Tricia'. See more »

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Bart Simpson: If he was going to convert why didn't he pick a funny religion?
Milhouse Van Houten: Like Zoroastrianism. Their top god is named Mazda. Tell me that's not hilarious.
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References The Passion of the Christ (2004) See more »

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Written and composed by Bernard Herrmann
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They don't put any interest
30 December 2016 | by (Patagonia) – See all my reviews

The Simpsons used to be great, everybody knows that... From "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish" (1991) to "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson" (1997). Then, Since then, the fall began...

Even when there were episodes that didn't compare with the best ones, you could feel the enthusiasm and passion of the creators. But now, they're don't give a f*ck anymore. The Simpsons are just money for them. How i know? Well, I suppose.

If they really care about the show, they would have taken decisions that favored the show in itself. Like...

* Reduce the number of episodes (Over 20 every freaking season, really!?). We want quality, not quantity.

* Don't take each character to the EXTREME! I don't want a liberal douche, I want a smart & reasonable Lisa; I Don't want a selfish retard man, I Want a father of the family fighter, and little bit fool & innocent too.

* Focus attention in every single character! Just think how many ideas could came from there. Imagine an episode where Flander's sons reveal themselves and leave their faith, or one where the grandpa (sadly) dies, or one where Homer & Marge aren't desperate people for having the last Apple product and they just don't get the new generation technology, and much more.

There are still more than two seasons left, at this point it seems unlikely, but The Simpsons must reform their formula If they want to give it an end to the height of what was once, not this mediocre zombie show.


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