The Simpsons: Season 15
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"Treehouse of Horror XIV"- Reaper Madness - Homer becomes Death, Frinkenstein - Prof. Frink creates a Frankenstein monster out of his deceased dad, Stop the World, I Want to Goof Off- Bart and Milhouse get a watch that can stop time. These are some funny episodes, and have some great laughs.
"My Mother the Carjacker"- Glenn Close returns as Mona Simpson. It's not a tearjerker like the earlier Homer's Mom episode, but there are moments.
"The President Wore Pearls"- Lisa becomes student president in a musical episode. Personally, I am not a huge musical episode fan.
"The Regina Monologues"- The Simpsons go to London. A goofy episode, but some very funny cameos by Tony Blair and J K Rowling.
"The Fat and the Furriest"- Homer takes on the bears. Homer 1- Bears 20
"Today, I am a Clown"- Jackie Mason returns as Rabbi Krustofski when Krusty learns he was never given a bar mitzvah.
"'Tis the Fifteenth Season"- Homer is the most selfish man in Springfield during Christmas, and once he tries to redeem himself, he makes Flanders jealous. I have a soft spot for the Christmas episodes.
"Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays"- Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples And Teens And Gays Against Parasitic Parents protest having to pay for families after babies riot a cancelled concert.
"I, (Annoyed Grunt)-Bot"- Homer dresses as a battle bot to win a tournament and Bart's admiration.Read more ›
|Length: 2:27 Mins|
The show once again looks great on Blu-ray in 1.33:1 1080p with lively DTS HD-MA sound. There are a decent amount of extras, including 3 Otto-based episodes from older seasons, which also look great and a noticeable upgrade from the DVD counterparts. It proves, again, that the older seasons would benefit from a Blu-ray upgrade, but since Fox release these seasons approximately once every 40 years I doubt it will happen. Another nice feature of this Blu-ray is the ability to integrate the deleted scenes back into the show. I wish the others had this innovation. Definitely worth buying, despite the rut.
Fox should make Willie the focus of the next season on Blu-ray. He's the best.
Ditto for many more episodes.
Watching the first half of this season, I saw that the crew at The Simpson's seems to have pulled themselves out of the years-long slump that they were in. Most of the magic of the early seasons is back! (The humor; the use of many favorite secondary characters, etc.)
O-K, still, a lot of the intelligent wit is still missing....but hey, at least the show is vastly improved from recent years- well...at least that is true for the first half of this season. The second half of this season is where it appears that the crew started running out of steam again. Once again, they start to revert back to plot-centric episodes, where it appears that they put all their effort into the story line, and neglect the humor and the little touches that often make the show so great. (Not that I can blame them- seeing as it so much work to make these shows, and that many of them have been working on this show for so many years...I mean, they're only human.)
But all in all, in my book, half of a good season is better than an entire bad season, so I can't complain (Though I might have, had I paid full price for this season! For half-price- which is what I paid- half a season of good eps seems about right:D)
My biggest complaint about this season: TOO MANY MUSICAL numbers.Read more ›
As for the packaging: Yeah, it's not the best, but I bought some of those white DVD/CD sleeves, put the DVDs in those, and put them in the set (4 discs fit nicely if you put the last one in the booklet slot). I've done that since they started this type of packaging and haven't had any problems at all. They're obviously not going to change what they're doing, so I decided a quick fix was better than complaining about it each time a new season is released.
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I love this series as I have grown up to it. This season has the discs inside the cardboard. Set up like an accordion.Published 2 months ago by skithetrees
No digital copy. Any movie purchased after 2010 should have a digital copy attached to it.Published 4 months ago by Brad
It was very funny. My daughter loved it. The box it came in was pretty cool too.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you love The Simpsons this is another DVD for the collection has all the disk new and packaged perfectly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ptowncarson
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