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My brother hasn't ever seen it. He saw some post season-9 episodes and the movie, neither of which counts.

What are some good episodes to start with, you think? I'm gonna hit up filestube and load up a bunch of episodes to force him to watch tonight. The only ones I've downloaded already are Marge v. The Monorail* and Fish Called Selma, and that one where Homer goes to the chili cook-out and trips balls in the wilderness.

*Just realized that this episode predicts a lot of the tone of Futurama.
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Billy Joel wrote:My brother hasn't ever seen it. He saw some post season-9 episodes and the movie, neither of which counts.

What are some good episodes to start with, you think? I'm gonna hit up filestube and load up a bunch of episodes to force him to watch tonight. The only ones I've downloaded already are Marge v. The Monorail* and Fish Called Selma, and that one where Homer goes to the chili cook-out and trips balls in the wilderness.

*Just realized that this episode predicts a lot of the tone of Futurama.
Last Exit to Springfield, Lisa's First Word, Lemon of Troy and Secrets of a Successful Marriage all leap to mind.
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The power plant strike episode, Frank Grimes, Itchy & Scratchy Land, Homer takes over for Krusty.
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Dr. Medulla wrote: Frank Grimes,
thats my fave.

Lisa the Vegetarian is a good one.
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tepista wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote: Frank Grimes,
thats my fave.

Lisa the Vegetarian is a good one.
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The Springfield casino episode and the one with Larry Burns (god, I love Rodney Dangerfield), and POOCHIE!
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Season 4, particularly when the Germans take over the plant.
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Billy Joel wrote:My brother hasn't ever seen it.
how is that possible?
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Dr. Medulla wrote: the one with Larry Burns (god, I love Rodney Dangerfield)
yes, thats in my top 5 for sure.
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Seasons 4-6 are pure gold. But really, just about anything from seasons 2-10 is pretty solid.
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steamed hams
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All the Halloween specials, my favorite is the one where Homer makes a time machine using a toaster.

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daredevil wrote:All the Halloween specials, my favorite is the one where Homer makes a time machine using a toaster.
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tepista wrote:steamed hams
AURORA BOREALIS?!
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Silent Majority wrote:
tepista wrote:steamed hams
AURORA BOREALIS?!
what about areolas ?


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