5 Best 'Simpsons' Episodes
If you are a "Simpsons" enthusiast, learn about the 5 best "Simpsons" episodes. If you have missed any of the following "Simpsons" episodes, be sure to watch them. Here are the five best "Simpsons" episodes listed is no particular order.
- "King-size Homer". This "Simpsons" episode is about Homer trying to get on disability insurance. Homer, as you know is significantly overweight and realizes he is only 61 pounds short of becoming "obese." Homer achieves obese status and succeeds in being able to work from home. Later he experiences the boredom and other problems of his new lifestyle. This best "Simpsons" episode is the third on season five.
- "Last Exit to Springfield". This "Simpsons" episode features Homer as the union leader of the Springfield Power Plant. Because Lisa needs braces, Homer campaigns to allow the employees to keep their dental insurance. This is the seventeenth episode of season four,
- "Treehouse of Horror VII". In this "'Simpsons" episode, Bart finds out he has an evil twin, Hugo. Kang ang Kodos win the 1996 presidential election by dressing up as Bill Clinton. Kang later convinces the American population to shoot a ray gun at another planet. This is the first episode of season eight.
- "In Marge We Trust". This "Simpsons" episode deals with stereotypes Americans hold. Marge offers to volunteer as a phone counselor and Homer gets to the bottom of why he resembles a Japanese dish-washing detergent character.
- "Marge vs the Monorail". In this "Simpsons" episode, Marge attends a city Hall meeting about what to do with the money that Mr. Burns was fined. Marge has the idea that Main Street should be fixed. Marge is outvoted by the majority of the town hall who want a monorail. Homer ends up becoming a conductor of the monorail and Marge later finds out that the person who had the idea of building the monorail, Lyle Lanley, planned to use the monorail to run off with the money.
Posted on: Nov. 30, 2010