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Talking Simpsons #643: From Russia Without Love

From Russia Without Love was written by Michael Ferris and directed by Matthew Nastuk. Bart, Nelson and Milhouse get a mail-order bride for Moe as a hardcore prank. Here’s another one of those episodes where it’s a serviceable and well

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Talking Simpsons #642: Baby You Can’t Drive My Car

Baby You Can’t Drive My Car was written by Rob LaZebnik and directed by Timothy Bailey. A company sets up in Springfield where they start selling self-driving cars. This causes all of the employees of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant

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Talking Simpsons #641: Treehouse Of Horror XXIX

Treehouse Of Horror XXIX was written by Joel H. Cohen and directed by Matthew Faughnan. Homer wins an eating contest against the mythical Cthulhu, Springfield is overrun by plant body-snatchers, Lisa finally snaps and Mr. Burns opens a retirement home

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Talking Simpsons #640: My Way Or The Highway To Heaven

My Way Or The Highway To Heaven was written by Dan Castellaneta, Deb Lacusta & Vince Waldron and directed by Rob Oliver. The citizens of Springfield remember their divine encounters as God and St. Peter think about what would enable

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Talking Simpsons #639: Bart’s Not Dead & Heartbreak Hotel

A new year of new episodes to look at, it’s the 30th season of The Simpsons and that means it’s time to take a look at the first two episodes of the season starting with Bart’s Not Dead, written by

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Talking Simpsons Season 29 Recap & The Complete Run So Far

Here is every episode from the now completed season 29: The Serfsons Springfield Splendor Whistler’s Father Treehouse Of Horror XXVIII Grampy Can You Hear Me The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used To Be Singin’ In The Lane

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Talking Simpsons #638: Flanders’ Ladder

The 29th season comes to an end tonight with Flander’s Ladder, written by J. Stewart Burns and directed by Matthew Nastuk. A lightning strike gives Bart supernatural visions. This premise is something straight out of a Treehouse of Horror Special,

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