Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss episode 7F07, Bart vs Thanksgiving, the seventh episode of the second season. They look at the prediction of Bart as a Thanksgiving parade balloon, Lisa’s stance on apartheid, and the lax screening measures at Springfield’s blood banks.
Tonight, Matt & Robbie discuss Episode 7F08, Dead Putting Society, the sixth episode of Season Two. They discuss the sound of one hand clapping, Flanders serving as a foil to Homer, and the psychological ramifications of seeing Homer mow the lawn in a dress.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie are joined again by the talented Allie Goertz (of cossbysweater and Fire Talk With Me) to talk episode 7F05, Dancin’ Homer, the fifth episode of the second season. They discuss the expectations vs. reality of the episode, the big city snobbery of Capitol City, and the amount of times the Simpsons
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Episode 7F01, Two Cars In Every Garage And Three Eyes On Every Fish, the fourth episode of Season Two. They talk about the perils of eating three-eyed fish, the influence of Citizen Kane on the episode, and why having a garbologist on staff is so important.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Episode 7F04, Treehouse of Horror, the third episode of Season Two. They talk about the wonder of James Earl Jones, the power of Marge yelling, and prodigious amount of dust floating around in UFOs.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Episode 7F02, Simpson and Delilah, the second episode of the Second Season. They discuss the male-on-male kiss, the significance of the Mexican Hat Dance, and the variety of Homer’s hair styles.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Bart Gets An F, Episode 7F03, the first episode of Season Two, with the returning Allie Goertz (of Cossbysweater and Fire Talk With Me). They talk about the raw emotion of Bart failing, Martin’s art skills, and how our Founding Fathers loved sledding.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Episode 7G01 this week, Some Enchanted Evening, the thirteenth and final episode of Season One. They talk about the episode almost ending The Simpsons before it starts, the torture that is the Happy Little Elves, and how Fox considered “the blue thing with the things” risque.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Episode 7G12, Krusty Gets Busted, the twelfth episode of Season One. They talk about the first appearance of Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob, the similarities between Homer and Krusty, and why Sideshow Bob’s feet wouldn’t have been enough for a conviction.
Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss Episode 7G13, The Crepes of Wrath, the eleventh episode of Season One. They talk cold wars with Albania, an abundance of French references, and the perils of mixing antifreeze with wine.