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The Simpsons: Apocalypse Cow (2008)
Episode that tells all the love that a person can have for an animal and tells how far he can go to save it from the horrible end to which it is destined.
The Simpsons: E Pluribus Wiggum (2008)
Episode of political satire that does exactly what it has to do entertaining and entertaining like little else, nice episode where the population self-decides the candidate without even thinking that he is a child who is then pressed by everyone, the ending is pretty.
Who is the cause of his ailment mourns himself, this could be summed up as this episode where a man disturbed by a difficult childhood goes to prison and Marge does not keep her promises until it is too late.
The Simpsons: Marge Gamer (2007)
Episode that tells exactly why mothers should not meddle in what their children are doing, the secondary story instead tells why fathers should not meddle culminating in a big one that's why parents shouldn't meddle.
This episode is one of the few cases in which the main story and the secondary story are equally entertaining and entertaining both, they differ only in love because the secondary story does not.
Nice episode but not too much, enjoyable and with a good moral but not too much, having said that I can only say that this episode is in the middle of a kind of limbo between all the good but not excellent episodes.
Bet with the boring manatees, it's not fun, it doesn't teach any morals whatsoever and it can't even entertain, really a bland and undeserving episode.
Episode that teaches that maybe you were better off where or with whom you were and before and that things may not be as beautiful as they seem, a nice moral that creates a profound but hilarious episode.
The Simpsons: Simple Simpson (2004)
Very nice episode with an unexpected superhero who amuses and in the end even has a moral, but it seems that something is missing, a little thing that would give him the push to be great.
The Simpsons: The Wandering Juvie (2004)
Sweet and hilarious story of escaping from prison where Bart falls in love with the one who forces him to flee, the story is hilarious and the ending is of a unique sweetness.
Immense episode with a main story that tells of sacrifice and fatherly love in a light, funny and robotic way, too bad for the secondary story which is boring and highly forgettable.
The Simpsons: Old Yeller-Belly (2003)
Very casual episode, it starts at random, it has a very casual development and an ending that makes no sense, but it is very fun and therefore it is sufficient, but not much more.
The Simpsons: Barting Over (2003)
Nice episode of self-affirmation and personal revenge that turns into the usual moral banalotte on forgiveness and forgetting. Episode focused on Bart having adventures and when the bets are on him they are just very light.
The Simpsons: Blame It on Lisa (2002)
Very nice and really very entertaining episode that manages to entertain throughout its course with many small ideas and combining a serious main story with a funny secondary story even if it shouldn't.
The Simpsons: Jaws Wired Shut (2002)
Nice assumption for the episode, too bad that the resulting skits are not too funny and a little dull but above all predictable, really a shame, they could do more.
The Simpsons: Mayored to the Mob (1998)
Cute episode that is very funny and earns Homer another job to put on the resume. The beginning and how he becomes a bodyguard is very casual but then the episode settles down a bit and becomes more linear, also putting in a good ending.
Very nice and funny episode that contains a deep moral of sacrifice that is thrown away in the middle of the episode and the mrale becomes a daring adventure of cowardice and theft.
The Simpsons: The Blunder Years (2001)
Episode that tries to laugh something not too funny, too bad it does it badly and not even the twist makes it appreciable colìme bet, really a very mediocre episode.
Not very funny
Not very funny episode but with a very powerful moral that teaches us how to cheat is wrong but that too much mania of protagonism that fiends to self-sabotage is also wrong.
The Simpsons: Maximum Homerdrive (1999)
Very nice episode on the responsibility of completing things that no one asked you to do, the moral of this episode is strange but the episode in general is very funny.
The Simpsons: Bart After Dark (1996)
Beautiful episode against hyper-alarmism towards anything without the latter being adequately contextualized, again marge puts herself in the shoes of those who criticize without thinking and once again makes us think.
The Simpsons: The Homer They Fall (1996)
Sufficient stake which is nothing special, for heaven's sake it's funny but not like the others and in my opinion it fails to make an impact with this very banal story even if with a little hint of inspiration.
The Simpsons: Bart Sells His Soul (1995)
Insipid and strangely religious episode that amuses but not too much and has as its only salvation the part taken as a secondary story which is much more interesting than the main topic.
The Simpsons: Deep Space Homer (1994)
Episode without particular moral but very funny and entertaining, to watch to spend some time with extreme lightness and without particular attention because in any case it is followed well.
Classic episode with a classic moral and starring Liza who is not very funny but teaches us something very trivial but still very important, too bad it's a little slow.