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"THE SIMPSONS" THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON DVD COLLECTION arrives on August 16, 2005 from Fox Home Entertainment. Showcasing all 25 episodes from the acclaimed sixth season, including Part One of the season cliffhanger "Who Shot Mr. Burns?,"
The classic to clunker ratio is still extraordinarily high, though The Simpsons' sixth season could give some devoted viewers pause. The show that takes cheeky delight in mooning television convention gives us "Another Simpsons Clip Show" and its first season-ending cliffhanger, "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" And, as does Bart in "A Star Is Burns," we should all feel a little dirty at the "cheap cartoon crossover" appearance of Jay Sherman (Jon Lovitz), designed to give a boost to the ill-fated animated series The Critic. But this is just beard-stroking tongue-clucking regarding a season that delivered episodes that rank in the hallowed The Simpsons pantheon, among them, "Homer Badman," in which lust for a gummy Venus de Milo, peeled from the behind of an unwitting babysitter, makes Homer the object of feminist protest and tabloid TV fodder, and "Homer the Great," in which Homer is discovered to be the Chosen One to lead the secret society, "The Stonecutters" ("Who holds back the electric car/Who made Steve Guttenberg a star?/We do!"). Several episodes take their inspiration from classic films and books: Hitchcock's Rear Window ("Bart of Darkness"); Michael Crichton's Westworld and Jurassic Park ("Itchy and Scratchy Land"); and Stephen King and Ray Bradbury ("Treehouse of Horror V").
This season's roster of guest voices is also especially impressive, including Winona Ryder as "Lisa's Rival," Meryl Streep as Rev. Lovejoy's bad-seed daughter ("She's like a Milk Dud," a smitten Bart laments. "Sweet on the outside, poison on the inside"), the late Anne Bancroft in "Fear of Flying"; Patrick Stewart in "Homer the Great"; Mel Brooks and Susan Sarandon in "Homer vs. Patty and Selma," and Mandy Patinkin as Lisa's future fiancée in the surprisingly moving "Lisa's Wedding." There has, of late, been a feud a-brewin' between fans of The Simpsons and Family Guy. Which show is funnier? Has The Simpsons lost it? Is Family Guy a Simpsons-wannabe? Hey; Can't we all just laugh along? Best to just marvel at another exemplary Simpsons season that, to quote Homer in "Lisa's Rival," delivers it all: "The terrifying lows, the dizzying highs, the creamy middles." --Donald Liebenson
They don't make em like this anymore! This is one of the best seasons; practically every episode is memorable: itchy and scratchy land, who shot Mr Burns, greyhound puppies, this... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jon Houston
Great quality DVDs , clear pictures with great menus and extras.Published 28 days ago by liquidbabydoll
Loved this! We bought the Homer head shaped Season 6 when it came out and I was so happy to also find this normal box version to set alongside our other normal boxes :-)Published 1 month ago by Sara
The Simpsons: Season 6 definitely makes you feel like you are back in the 90's again! This season contains 25 episodes with the hysterical animated family consisting of Homer,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tannah Boswell
The later seasons are great but the early ones are still my favorites...though it could also be that it brings back childhood memories lol...nope, the show just rocks!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The Simpsons is absolutely hilarious! These are some of the best, funniest shows ever made by mankind! I laughed so hard I literally cry! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gi'me my stuff!!!!
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<strike>I'm considering buying, and am curious if we know anything about getting a version of this season WITHOUT the funky packaging?</strike> yeah, per Waffles - it's now available regular style, though I think I grabbed it for $25...
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