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The Mansion Family: Mr. Burns goes to visit the Mayo Clinic, leaving the Simpsons in charge of his mansion. Homer takes Burns' yacht out to international waters, where he encounters Chinese pirates.
Sunday, Cruddy Sunday: Homer and Bart lead a group of Springfielders to the Super Bowl. But when they get there they find their tickets are no good, and they must sneak in.
Homer the Moe: When Moe Goes back to bartending school, Homer fills in for him. Then Moe returns and completely redesigns the bar, alienating his regulars.
Special guest appearances by Britney Spears, R.E.M., Fred Willard, Troy Aikman, Rosie Grier, John Madden, Dan Marino, Pat Summerall, and Dolly Parton.
- Four episodes: Homer's Night Out, The Mansion Family, Sunday Cruddy Sunday, Homer the Moe
Top Customer Reviews
Homer's Night Out (Season 1)
Kwik Synopsis: At a bachelor party, Bart snaps a photo of Homer dancing with an exotic dancer, and must make it up to Marge.
It's a pretty bad sign when a season one episode is the best one on the set. We already HAVE this on our first season collections. We don't need it again. It's a pretty good episode, but still a little weird to watch now, as the characters, and animation, have changed so much.
Homer the Moe (Season 13)
Kwik Synopsis: Moe goes back to bartending school to rekindle his love of getting people loaded. Homer tends the bar while he's gone, and when Moe returns, Homer starts his own bar.
This one is alright. The first act was pretty funny. Then the jokes start to get tired and cruel, i.e.: Homer forcing Lisa to cut lemons that he doesn't need at his bar. Then at the end, it turns into a hunting episode for a turkey and... whatever. It doesn't make sense. There's a few funny bits, but not nearly enough. R.E.M. guest-stars by the way.
Sunday Cruddy Sunday (Season 10)
Kwik Synopsis: Homer forms a group to go to the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Marge and Lisa paint eggs.
Wow. Just wow. This may well be the worst episode ever.Read more ›
That's not to say that these episodes don't have their moments -- it's just it could've been so much more. I suppose they couldn't safely release a DVD dedicated to Homer's greatest screw-ups -- I mean what would they call it?
I don't know if this will staunch the hunger for more season releases. Apparently, the reason why the season sets are taking so long to release is due to the fact that they record commentaries for every single episode.
The commentaries are something that I enjoy listening to very much. I'm willing to wait for them. The season 4 commentary with Conan O'Brien's first episode with the great comedian himself is great.
The season sets are an example of quality over quantity. It appears it may be the reverse for this release.
Why not do a "Fan Favorites" DVD, with the most popular episodes according to fans or something like that?
Poor choices for a theme, and while the episodes are funny and watchable, there are so many better ones around.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome Old School Comic! Great Artwork and Story! I remember this show, Classic!Published 12 months ago by James Nason
Fox released these four episodes to DVD back in 2004, in which I received as a birthday gift one year. The episodes are the best, but they are still funny. Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by Coffee Addicted Writer (Billy)
i don't know, i like the premise but it just falls apart. the best one is the mansion family which is funny as anything. however the other 3 are only so so. Read morePublished on November 1, 2005 by blackmetal93
I got this at the end of September. I had a playback problem after the couch gag on Episode 3: The Mansion Family. Read morePublished on June 30, 2005
The DVD is good with some good episodes, which are not available yet on ANY Simpsons DVD Season Set!! Read morePublished on March 14, 2005 by Paul S Bacchus
I hate to admit I do not watch much T.V. at all, but I love R.E.M. and wanted to see the episode where they made a guest appearance so I picked up this 4 episode disk. Read morePublished on March 10, 2005 by Veritas