The Simpsons (1989– )
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Homer tries to make amends for binging his and Marge's favorite show without her; Bart prepares for "Krusty's Holiday Trample".

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Matthew Nastuk

Writers:

Matt Groening (created by), James L. Brooks (developed by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Dan Castellaneta ... Homer Simpson / Krusty the Clown / Sideshow Mel / Gil Gunderson / Grampa Simpson (voice)
Julie Kavner ... Marge Simpson / Patty Bouvier / Selma Bouvier (voice)
Nancy Cartwright ... Bart Simpson / Ralph Wiggum (voice)
Yeardley Smith ... Lisa Simpson (voice)
Hank Azaria ... Carl Carlson / Moe Szyslak (voice)
Harry Shearer ... Mr. Burns / Lenny Leonard / Ned Flanders / Reverend Lovejoy (voice)
Ted Sarandos ... Ted Sarandos (voice)
Pamela Hayden ... Milhouse Van Houten (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... (voice)
Chris Edgerly ... (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... (voice)
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Homer tries to make amends for binging his and Marge's favorite show without her; Bart prepares for "Krusty's Holiday Trample".

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Genres:

Animation | Comedy

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Bart Simpson gets to number 89 with his ball and paddle. The Simpsons premiered in 1989. See more »

Connections

References So You Think You Can Dance (2005) See more »

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Every Breath You Take
(uncredited)
Written by Sting
Performed by The Police
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Starts out fairly familiar, but becomes something new
27 February 2019 | by thedazedbandmanSee all my reviews

Just so the reader knows- I've watched at least the first 13-14 seasons of the simpsons so many times, I've lost count, and I've managed to catch up to the current thanks to xfinity on demand. I don't say something about the show without meaning it/posting as a mindless fan willing to watch/consume anything with the name on it. This episode may not go down as the best of all time, but it certainly proves that the writers are very aware of their surroundings and how much streaming services all but control our actions. I commend this episode for its approach. It has dual plots (which, frankly I wish were more often used), and neither one outweighs the other. It has social commentary, but doesn't pick apart one thing or another/feel like a preachy commercial. It even has a few moments that are so subtle and quick, fans of the overall tone/humor of the show, will enjoy them. I don't want to spoil the plot or where it ends up, but I will say this: even after 30 years, The Simpsons writers manage to convey emotion and sincerity that you can feel in this episode. Don't believe me? Just watch it. It's less than 30 minutes in a time when 1 hour shows seem to make up major airtime.


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