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I loved the trip to Itchy and Scratchy Land.

also, there was an episode where Selma made a video dating tape.

After Groundskeeper Willie watched it, he shuddered, tossed the tape away and said, "back to the loch with you, Nessie!"

I don't know if I've ever laughed any harder at anything.

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I loved the trip to Itchy and Scratchy Land.

also, there was an episode where Selma made a video dating tape.

After Groundskeeper Willie watched it, he shuddered, tossed the tape away and said, "back to the loch with you, Nessie!"

I don't know if I've ever laughed any harder at anything.

Achhhh..The noozle on the hoose!!!!! Turn the noozle on the hoose!!! Too funny!
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I love the one with the cat burglar where they do the spoof of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World. Also the one with Homer's Barbershop quartet because it has George Harrison on it :wub: . Oh and one of the best ones was when Lisa goes vegetarian and Apu sings I'm Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club man. I hope I will enjoy my show. :lol:


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I'd say seasons 3-6 are the best, with season 5 being the MVP. If you were to buy one season on boxed set, that would be the one...

The Simpsons: Season 5 Episodes

501 Homer's Barbershop Quartet 9/30/93

While flipping through records at a flea market, Bart and Lisa discover an album by the Be Sharps, a barbershop quartet comprised of Homer, Barney, Apu and Principal Skinner.

502 Cape Feare 10/07/93

Bart begins receiving threatening letters from Sideshow Bob. When Bob is released from prison, Bart is terrified of being killed by the sociopathic former sidekick. To protect Bart, the entire Simpson family undergoes Witness Relocation and moves to a houseboat docked on the aptly named Terror Lake, just outside of Springfield.

503 Homer Goes to College 10/14/93

When it is revealed that Homer is grossly unqualified to be a safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, he goes to Springfield University to study nuclear physics.

504 Rosebud 10/21/93

During a touching birthday slide presentation Smithers makes for Mr. Burns, we see the early life of Springfield's richest man and learn that despite all his power and money, he'll never be whole without Bobo, his favorite childhood teddy bear.

505 Treehouse of Horror IV 10/28/93

In this year's treehouse of terror, Bart presents three Halloween treats based on paintings in the "Fright Gallery." In the first story, Homer sells his soul to the devil (played by Ned Flanders) for a doughnut. In the second installment, Bart has a nightmare about the school bus crashing that might just be coming true the next day during his commute. And finally, Mr. Burns invites the Simpson family over to his castle for dinner where he bites Bart, turning him into a vampire.

506 Marge on the Lam 11/04/93

Marge spends some time with her neighbor, Ruth Powers, and the two find that they enjoy each other's company very much. One night, Ruth picks up Marge in a cherry '66 T-Bird convertible that just happens to have been reported stolen by Ruth's ex-husband. Pursued by Chief Wiggum, Marge and Ruth take to the road, Thelma and Louise-style.

507 Bart's Inner Child 11/11/93

Homer and Marge are entranced by a charismatic self-help guru named Brad Goodman. While attending a Brad Goodman seminar with his parents, Bart is asked to appear on stage with the man himself and, as usual, misbehaves. Rather than be annoyed by Bart's sarcastic comments, Goodman uses Bart as a role model for his audience, a boy completely unafraid to listen to the squeaks and squawks of his "inner child." The people of Springfield take Goodman's words to heart, hosting a "Do What You Feel Festival."

508 Boy-Scoutz 'N The Hood 11/18/93

Experimenting with a dangerous all-syrup Squishee, Bart and Milhouse get loopy and run around Springfield singing and having adventures. Waking up with a massive Squishee hangover, Bart remembers that he enlisted in the Junior Campers, the dweebiest after-school program in the world.

509 The Last Temptation of Homer 12/09/93

Homer finds he's falling in love with Mindy Simmons, the beautiful new engineer at the plant. Things only get worse when Homer and Mindy are sent to represent the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant at the National Energy Convention in Capital City. The more time they spend together, the more Homer begins to fear that there may be more fusion at the hotel than back at the plant.

510 $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) 12/16/93

When gambling is legalized in Springfield, Mr. Burns opens an extravagant casino on the boardwalk. Homer is hired as a blackjack dealer despite his counting difficulties and Marge finds herself drawn to the slots, where she begins to spend all of her time.

511 Homer the Vigilante 1/06/94

A cunning cat burglar named Molloy is robbing Springfield's citizens of their most prized possessions. Homer forms a citizens' watch group that winds up breaking more laws than they protect.

512 Bart Gets Famous 2/03/94

While working as Krusty the Clown's personal assistant, Bart accidentally steals the limelight when he knocks over a set on live TV and says four magic words: "I didn't do it."

513 Homer and Apu 2/10/94

After Homer eats tainted meat from the Kwik-E-Mart, Apu finds himself out of a job. As an apology to Homer, Apu moves in with the Simpsons and becomes their personal chef and valet. Apu begins to realize that he is not happy without his store, so he decides to go on a trek to the world's first Kwik-E-Mart, high up in the hills of India to get his job back.

514 Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy 2/17/94

After years of loving her Malibu Stacy doll, it begins to dawn on Lisa that her favorite toy sets a bad example for little girls. Lisa tracks down Stacy Lovell, the original creator of the Malibu Stacy doll, and together they design and market a positive, pro-girl doll.

515 Deep Space Homer 2/24/94

Homer and Barney are recruited to be NASA astronauts, so the organization will be more appealing to the common man. It looks like Barney will actually be the one shot into space, but when he falls off the wagon, Homer goes instead.

516 Homer Loves Flanders 2/24/94

When Homer discovers that Ned Flanders has season football tickets, the two men begin spending a lot of time together. Homer takes a real liking to Ned, but Ned isn't so sure how he feels about his new best friend. When the Simpsons and the Flanders go on a joint camping trip, Ned's animosity for Homer grows until he finally realizes that he hates his neighbor.

517 Bart Gets an Elephant 3/31/94

Bart wins first prize in a wacky radio contest and becomes the proud owner of a giant elephant he names Stampy. Stampy, as you might imagine, turns out to be quite a handful for the Simpson family, but Bart loves his new pet more than anything. Homer, on the other hand, finds Stampy's upkeep too expensive.

518 Burns' Heir 4/14/94

Well into his eighth or ninth decade, Monty Burns realizes that he has no children and therefore no heir for his vast fortune. After an audition process in which every child in Springfield vies for the coveted position as Burns' kid, Bart is selected for his attitude and scrappiness.

519 Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song 4/28/94

Principal Skinner must learn to live without his beloved elementary school when Bart gets him fired. Ned Flanders is brought in to act as principal in Skinner's place.

520 The Boy Who Knew Too Much 5/05/94

In a case ripped right out of the headlines, Bart is the only witness when Mayor Quimby's ne'er-do-well nephew, Freddy, allegedly assaults a snooty French butler. Hiding under a table in the kitchen of the Quimby Compound, Bart can plainly see that Freddy didn't harm a single hair on the butler's head. When the case goes to trial and Freddy is sure to be sized-up for a holding cell, the only thing preventing Bart from coming forward and clearing him is the fact that he'll have to admit that he was cutting school that day and receive a stiff detention sentence.

521 Lady Bouvier's Lover 5/12/94

Having already fallen hard for Marge, Mr. Burns now finds himself smitten with Marge's mother, Jacqueline Bouvier. Competing for the old lady's affection is Grandpa Simpson, who also has a crush on her.

522 Secrets of A Successful Marriage 5/19/94

Somehow Homer comes to teach an adult education class on how to have a successful marriage. Even stranger, he turns out to be pretty good at it, dispensing homespun advice that his students find useful. He also dispenses quite a bit of personal information and gossip about his marriage to Marge, which causes his better half to go half-crazy.

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I used to like the show, but I can't stand it now. The "jokes" these days aren't funny. And as much as I love a lot of television shows, there isn't one which I could name even one episode of.

True. I don't really like The Simpson since the 15 season. Maybe some episodes...

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I used to like the show, but I can't stand it now. The "jokes" these days aren't funny. And as much as I love a lot of television shows, there isn't one which I could name even one episode of.

Yeah I'd tend to agree, beyond around season 10 its gone from great comedy with some drama to occasionally mildly amusing randomness. They shoudl really have knocked it on the ehad when Futurama came out and stuck with that for far longer than they did.

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Matt, I agree with you on season 3-6 but disagree on the MVP. I say Season 4 gets the crown. Episodes that make my top ten in bold:

60 - 1 "Kamp Krusty"

Bart and Lisa go to Kamp Krusty for the summer. However, their promises of a fun summer at Kamp Krusty are broken when the director of the camp, Mr. Black is revealed to be a ferocious accountant. Meanwhile, Homer is rejuvinated with the kids gone and even begins to regain his hair and lose weight. All of the kids at the camp are treated horribly and Bart survives by clinging to the promise that Krusty himself will soon arrive. However, when this does not happen, Bart leads the campers into a rebellion and takes over the camp. Homer sees a news report about this and immediately loses his hair and regains his lost weight. The real Krusty arrives at the camp and decides to make it up to the kids by taking them to Tijuana, Mexico.

61 - 2 "A Streetcar Named Marge"

Marge is cast in a musical production of A Streetcar Named Desire as Blanche DuBois after the play director sees how Marge's deep-seated depression when dealing with an uncaring Homer. She begins to struggle with a difficult part of shoving a glass bottle into the brutish Stanley Kowalski (played by Ned Flanders), but manages to get over it by imagining Homer as Stanley. Marge begins to get angry with Homer as she begins to see parallels between him and Stanley. At the end of the musical, Marge believes Homer didn't pay attention and confronts him with hostility. However, Homer explains that he was genuinely moved by Blanche's situation. Marge realizes that Homer really did watch the musical, and the two happily leave the theater. Meanwhile, Maggie is sent to the Ayn Rand School for Tots where she attempts to retrieve her pacifier from a strict daycare attendant.

Guest star: Jon Lovitz.

The Great Escape Homage! The Birds Homage complete with Hitchcock sighting! And Lovitz! llewellyn Sinclair! "I have directed three plays, and had three heart attacks! During my production of "Hat's Off To Hanukah!", I reduced more than one cast member to tears. Was I too hard on third graders? Review speaks for itself. Play Enjoyed By All!"

62 - 3 "Homer the Heretic"

While skipping Sunday's church services, Homer discovers the joy of staying home and having the house all to himself while Marge and the kids experience a rambling sermon from Reverend Lovejoy. Homer decides to start his very own religion customized for himself, despite Marge's continuing objections for giving up his faith. Marge, Reverend Lovejoy, and Ned Flanders all attempt to convert Homer back to Christianity and fail. The next Sunday morning, Homer is once again at home, but accidentally sets the house on fire and is rescued by Flanders. After the blaze is extinguished, Reverend Lovejoy suggests that God was working in the hearts of Homer's friends, despite their different faiths and this convinces Homer to give church another try.

First appearance of God.

63 - 4 "Lisa the Beauty Queen"

Lisa's self-esteem breaks after she sees a crude drawing of herself at Springfield Elementary's fair. When Homer wins the Duff Beer raffle and a ticket to ride on the Duff Blimp, he sacrifices the ticket for the money in order to get Lisa entered into a beauty pageant. Although originally reluctant to enter, she competes, but finishes second. However, the winner is hospitalized and Lisa is immediately declared the new Little Miss Springfield. She is forced to become a shill for Laramie Cigarettes and after seeing children smoking, decides to fight back by protesting against the dangers of cigarettes at her appearances, and also vows to target the corruption of Mayor Quimby. Quimby and the Laramie officials meet and use a technicality to dethrone Lisa. Homer is upset that Lisa lost her title, but Lisa reminds him that he originally entered her in the contest to help her self-esteem, which it has, and she thanks him.

Guest star: Bob Hope.

64 - 5 "Treehouse of Horror III"

In the third Treehouse of Horror episode, the Simpson family holds a Halloween party and several family members tell scary stories:

Clown Without Pity - In Lisa's story, Homer buys Bart a Krusty doll which turns out to be evil and tries to kill Homer.

King Homer - In Grampa's story, in a King Kong parody, Mr. Burns hires Marge Bouvier to trap an ape beast who looks like Homer.

Dial "Z" for Zombie - In Bart's story, Bart discovers an occult book and tries to use one of the spells to bring back the family cat, but instead summons a swarm of zombies.

Best . . . ToH . . . Ever. "Take that, Washington! Eat lead, Einstein! Show's over, Shakespeare!" "Is this the end of Zombie Shakespeare!"

"Dad, you killed the zombie Flanders!" "He was a zombie?"

65 - 6 "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie"

At Springfield Elementary's Parent Teacher night, Mrs. Krabappel tells Homer and Marge about Bart's behaviour. Wanting Bart to one day become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Homer decides to punish Bart. However, he never makes his punishments stick and Bart continues on his destructive path. Marge confronts Homer and he agrees that next time he will make his punishment stick. Meanwhile, Bart finds out that Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie is about to hit threatres and immediately buys a ticket. However, when Bart one day forgets to watch Maggie, Homer bans Bart from ever seeing the movie. Bart tries everything to see the movie, but Homer refuses to budge and after the movie closes, Homer declares that one day Bart will thank him. In a flashforward fourty years into the future, Homer and Bart, now Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, decide to watch the movie together.

First appearance of Bumblebee Man.

66 - 7 "Marge Gets a Job"

The Simpsons' house begins sinking into the ground. Marge decides to earn extra money to repair the foundation by working at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and Homer is dismayed about having to work alongside his wife. However, Mr. Burns falls deeply in love with her and begins to seduce her. However, Marge resists and Burns fires her after discovering she is married. Homer stands up for Marge and an impressed Mr. Burns treats them to a free Tom Jones concert. Meanwhile, Bart continually fakes sick to get out of taking a test.

Guest star: Tom Jones.

67 - 8 "New Kid on the Block"

The Simpsons' next door neighbors move and are replaced by a single mother, Ruth Powers and her daughter Laura. Laura becomes the object of Bart's affection but Bart becomes heart broken after learning that her boyfriend is Jimbo Jones. Meanwhile, Homer wages war against the Sea Captain's seafood restaurant The Frying Dutchman, for falsely advertising their "all-you-can-eat" buffet.

Guest stars: Sarah Gilbert and Pamela Reed.

First appearances of The Sea Captain and Ruth Powers.

68 - 9 "Mr. Plow"

After demolishing both his and Marge's family cars during a snowstorm, Homer buys a snow plow and starts a business plowing driveways. He calls his business "Mr. Plow" and becomes a huge success. Barney Gumble, inspired by Homner decides to start his own rival company and becomes Springfield's new favorite snow plower. Homer tricks Barney into plowing the dangerous Widow's Peak. Barney does so, but gets trapped in an avalanche and after seeing a news report about it, Homer rushes to save him. Homner saves Barney and the two decide to work together, but God melts all of the snow.

69 - 10 "Lisa's First Word"

While attempting to get Maggie to say her first word, Marge the story of Lisa's first word. In 1983, Marge, Homer and Bart are living in the Lower East Springfield district and Marge announces that she is pregnant. She and Homer decide to move into a house to support their bigger family and move into their present day home. Lisa is born during the 1984 Summer Olympics and Bart immediately becomes jealous of her. He tries several things mean things to her, but only manages to get himself in trouble. Bart decides to run away, but Lisa says her first word: "Bart". Bart discovers that Lisa loves him and embraces her as his sister. In the present day, Homer puts Maggie to bed, saying he doesn't care if she never talks. Once he leaves, Maggie says her first word: "daddy".

Guest star: Elizabeth Taylor.

70 - 11 "Homer's Triple Bypass"

Due to his many years of eating unhealthy foods, Homer needs to have a triple bypass surgery. He has to choose between the $40,000 operation set by Doctor Julius Hibbert, which he can't afford or the $129.95 operation by Doctor Nick Riviera. When he chooses the cheaper surgery, Homer begins to accept that he may die. However, the operation goes well and with a little help from Lisa, Dr. Nick saves Homer's life.

71 - 12 "Marge vs. the Monorail"

After Mr. Burns is caught storing his excess nuclear waste inside Springfield Park's trees, he is ordered to pay the town $3 million. The town is originally set to agree to fix Main Street, but the charismatic Lyle Lanley interrupts and convinces the town to use the money to buy one of his monorails. The town embraces the suggestion and Homer is hired as the conductor, but the only person remaining not so pleased about the whole situation is Marge. She discovers suspicious evidence and visits a town that had previously purchased one of Lanley's monorails. She discovers that Lanley is indeed a con man and rushes back to town. However, she arrives too late and the monrail has began to operate, but Homer is convinced to use an anchor to stop the train, thus saving the passengers.

Guest stars: Phil Hartman and Leonard Nimoy.

72 - 13 "Selma's Choice"

Marge's Great Aunt Gladys Bouvier dies and the Simpsons, Patty, and Selma attend her funeral. During the reading of her video will, Gladys tells Patty and Selma not to die lonely and miserable like she did. Though Patty doesn't care, Selma decides that she wants a baby. Meanwhile, Homer eats a spoiled hoagie, and becomes dreadfully ill. As a result, he can not fulfull his promise of taking Bart and Lisa to Duff Gardens and Selma agrees to take them instead. However, Selma struggles with parenting and decides she is happy taking care of her pet Iguana Jub Jub.

Guest star: Phil Hartman.

I think the sequence involving Homer's love affair with a 10 foot hoagie is perhaps the funniest in Simpsons history. Add to that Lisa's drug trip ("I am the Lizard Queen!" "Can't talk, comin' down." ), the Seven Duffs, sperm donor Barney . . . this one might be my #1.

73 - 14 "Brother from the Same Planet"

After leaving Bart alone at soccer practice, Homer's inept parenting prompts Bart to get a "Bigger Brother" named Tom. Homer finds out about this and decides to get revenge by taking part in the "Bigger Brother" program and taking charge of a young boy names Pepi. Pepi and Homer begin to bond and Bart starts to regret taking advantage of the program. At an aquarium, Homer and Tom meet and begin to brawl and Homer is injured. Tom becomes pepi's new Bigger Brother and Bart bonds with Homer by asking him to share his knowledge of fighting. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes addicted to calling a 1-900 number featuring a pretty-boy celebrity named Cory.

Guest star: Phil Hartman.

74 - 15 "I Love Lisa"

On Valentine's Day, everyone in Lisa's class receives a card, except Ralph Wiggum. Out of pity, Lisa quickly writes one up and gives it to him, much to Ralph's delight. Ralph begins to develop an interest in Lisa, but Lisa is not interested. However, she does not know how to get rid of him. Ralph invites her to go to Krusty's 29th Anniversary Special and she reluctantly accepts. During a televised talk session with Krusty, Ralph declares that he loves her and Lisa explodes and declares that she never liked Ralph. Ralph becomes heartbroken. For the President's Day play, Lisa is cast in a role as Martha Washington and to her horror, Ralph gets the role of George Washington. She becomes afraid that Ralph will embarrass her again, but Ralph gives a rousing performance. After the play, Lisa and Ralph decide to just be friends.

75 - 16 "Duffless"

After taking the Duff Brewery tour, Homer is caught driving drunk and is arrested. His license is revoked and he must attend traffic school and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. After much reluctance, Homer agrees to Marge's suggestion of giving up drinking beer for an entire month. He struggles to make it, but eventually does and decides to forgo a reward of a beer by taking marge for a Bicycle ride. Meanwhile, Bart demolishes Lisa's science project of a steroid-pumped tomato, prompting Lisa to make a science project pitting Bart against a Hamster.

Guest stars: Phil Hartman and Marcia Wallace.

76 - 17 "Last Exit to Springfield"

After learning that Mr. Burns' decision to revoke their dental plan has coincided with Lisa needing braces, Homer convinces his coworkers not to give up their dental plan and becomes the new head of the workers union at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. He holds talks with Mr. Burns, but these go badly because Homer is not intelligent enough to understand Burns' sly innuendos. The plant goes on strike and Mr. Burns decides to take away the electricity for the entire town. However, this just encourages the workers union and Burns decides to reach a deal with Homer.

Guest star: Doctor Joyce Brothers.

"Dental Plan! Lisa Needs Braces! Dental Plan! Lisa Needs Braces!" Also includes the most evil dentist ever and another drug trip for Lisa: Purple Submarine followed by a Joker parody. An all time classic, another candidate for #1.

77 - 18 "So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show"

In the first Simpsons clip show, it's April Fool's Day and Homer starts playing pranks upon Bart through the day. Bart, angered by the numerous amount of tricks he has fallen for, plans the ultimate revenge on Homer by shaking a can of beer so hard that it causes an explosion. While Homer ends up in a coma, the family reminisces about their past adventures. Bart eventually admits to being the cause of Homer's condition and Homer immidiately awakens and begins strangling Bart.

78 - 19 "The Front"

After watching a terrible lackluster episode of The Itchy & Scratchy Show, Bart and Lisa decide to start writing their own episodes and sending it to the studio. Roger Meyers, the CEO, immediately rejects their their script due to their aage. They put Grampa's name on the script and send it back, and Meyers loves it and hires Grampa. Bart and Lisa's cartoons are hugely successful and are nominated for an award. At the ceremony, Grampa finally sees an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon for the first time and is horrified. Meanwhile, Homer and Marge revisit a High School reunion, which prompts Homer to admit that he never officially graduated because he failed a science class. At the reunion, Homer's wins several awards but these are revoked, causing Homer to go to night school to make up the lost credits on the class he never passed - remedial science.

Guest star: Brooke Shields.

79 - 20 "Whacking Day"

Bart is expelled from Springfield Elementary School, so Marge decides to home school him. Springfield's annual holiday arrives: Whacking Day, a day specifically designed to drive snakes into the town's square and club them to death. When most Springfieders celebrate the local holiday, Lisa is appalled at the upcoming celebration, but her protests fall on deaf ears. Lisa and Bart manage to convince the town about the nightmare of Whacking Day and Principal Skinner decides to allow Bart to return to school.

Guest star: Barry White.

First appearance of Superintendent Chalmers.

It's my opinion that the guest spots of Barry White in early Simpsons episodes influenced the character of Chef on South Park. Certainly one of the all time greatest guest star performances ever: "I love the sexy slither . . . of a lady snake. Ooooh baby."

80 - 21 "Marge in Chains"

Springfield is hit with the dreaded Osaka Flu, causing many of the town to fall ill. Due to the exhaustion from having to look after the rest of her ill family, Marge accidentally forgets to pay for Grampa's bottle of bourbon when shopping at the Kwik-E-Mart. Marge is soon arrested for shoplifting and is sentenced to 30 days at Springfield's Woman Prison. Marge's absense is felt everywhere and she is welcomed back with open arms when she is released.

Guest star: David Crosby.

81 - 22 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"

A new show about a ventriloquist dummy named Gabbo becomes the hottest show in Springfield and Krusty's show is cancelled due to low ratings. Krusty is at first downfallen at the cancellation of his show, but Bart and Lisa manage to convince him to stage a comeback special and invite his celebrity friends to take part. The special is a huge success and Krusty's show goes back on the air.

Guest stars: Johnny Carson, Hugh Hefner, Bette Midler, Barry White, Luke Perry, Elizabeth Taylor and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Honorable mention goes to Kamp Krusty, Itchy and Scratchy Movie (Steamboat Itchy! ROFL!), and Mr. Plow. ("Our forecast calls for flurries of passion followed by extended periods of getting it on.") Kills me to leave 'em out of my top ten, but there's a lot of seasons out there.

BTW- Season 5 is my second favorite season. ;)

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Matt, I agree with you on season 3-6 but disagree on the MVP. I say Season 4 gets the crown.

BTW- Season 5 is my second favorite season. ;)

Our likes are close...Season 5 is my favorite, 4 is my second favorite. So we're in the same ballpark. But yeah, from Season 4, "Duffless", "I Love Lisa", and "New Kid On The Block" are three of my fave all-time episodes...

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1) Monorail episode...

2) Searching For Lost Homer(Soulmate episode)

3) Bart's Soul( with Ina Gaddavida opening scene

4)Mr Plow....

I'm sure there are lots of others!!!! B):D

The Bart's soul episode is the funniest episode ever!!!

The episode where Burn gets his teddy bear back, and the Nightmare on Elm Street episode are also among my favourites.

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