The Simpsons Season 31 (2019) – TV Review

‘Thanksgiving of Horror’ is a festive spin on the Treehouse of Horror format, and is a nice surprise, proving to be a better episode than the Halloween version this year. The Black Mirror parody segment in particular is interesting and entertaining to watch. ‘Bart the Bad Guy’ is a Marvel centric episode, with the voices …

The Simpsons Season 30 (2018) – TV Review

‘Bart’s Not Dead’ is one of the strongest season premieres that the show has had in a while, with the focus being mostly character driven and Homer, Bart and Flanders being allowed to shine. ‘Daddicus Finch’ is a successful episode on multiple levels, firstly as a genuinely well executed and funny spin on a literary …

The Simpsons Season 29 (2017) – TV Review

‘Grampy Can You Hear Me’ is a classic set up and comes close to being a real stand out Simpsons episode. However, despite just falling short of that, it is still a real charming episode and has some strong laughs. ‘The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used to Be’ is not just a …

The Simpsons Season 28 (2016) – TV Review

In the show’s 28th season, they experiment with the first full on two parter episode with ‘The Great Phatsby’, a spoof on all the different variations of The Great Gatsby in all its mediums. The episode itself isn’t anything special but it’s references are entertaining and it is the sort of thing the show should …

The Simpsons Season 27 (2015) – TV Review

Maintains the steady run the show is one where it produces a few real great episodes, a few really bad ones, and a majority of solid entries. Not what it used to be but still it’s still great to spend time with this group of characters. ‘Halloween of Horror’ is an interesting change of place, …

The Simpsons Season 26 (2014) – TV Review

At this point in its run, The Simpsons has settled into a comfortable lull whereby even though it repeats well-established character patterns and doesn’t meet the highs of previous seasons, it remains entertaining viewing with characters we know and love. ‘Super Franchise Me’ is not a laugh riot and repeats the classic ‘Marge at work’ …

The Simpsons Season 25 (2013) – TV Review

After a couple of season where the amount of standout episodes dropped, this is a nice return to form with some funny and memorable episodes. The consistency is still uneven but it is an enjoyable season. ‘Steal this Episode’ has some entertaining commentary on the state of the cinema industry and pirating, as well as …

The Simpsons Season 24 (2012) – TV Review

With its 24th season, ‘The Simpsons’ is now well established in a new groove whereby people don’t expect the consistent highs that it once provided, but it is still able to provide nostalgic comfort and some occasional Greta episodes. ‘The Saga of Carl’ isn’t a particularly iconic episode, but it features some good laughs and …

The Simpsons Season 23 (2011) – TV Review

‘The Falcon and the D’oh Man’ opens the season with the results of the cliffhanger ending that asked fans to vote on whether Ned and Edna would end up together permanently, but is a mostly forgettable episode other than that. ‘At Long Last Leave’ brings The Simpsons to the remarkable achievement of a 500th episode, …

The Simpsons Season 22 (2010) – TV Review

‘MoneyBart’ is an entertaining episode that has a concept it sticks to but managed to root itself in the relationship between Lisa and Bart, and how this effects there dynamic. ‘The Ned-Liest Catch’ is an interesting season finale, focusing on the unusual couple of Ned and Edna, and the impact on each other and the …

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