T.V. Series Review: Simpsons Season 26

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Simpsons Season 26 Summary

Season 26, Episode 1: Clown in the Dumps

After being offended by a comedy cable channel roast of him, Krusty goes to his father for advice, only to have him die before he can say whether or not he found his son funny, causing Krusty to decide to retire. Meanwhile, fear of losing her own father causes Lisa to try to protect Homer from unhealthy food choices.

Season 26, Episode 2: The Wreck of the Relationship

Homer is tired of Bart disrespecting him, so he attempts to parent Bart, by forcing him to eat his broccoli. This goes nowhere, so Marge signs them up for the Relation Ship to solve their problems. Meanwhile, while Homer’s away, Marge takes over his Fantasy Football league. On board the Relation Ship, Homer does not enjoy sea life while Bart excels at sailing and becomes mid shipman, much to Homer’s dismay.

Season 26, Episode 3: Super Franchise Me

After her sandwiches become popular at Springfield Elementary, Marge opens a sandwich store. It becomes a huge success, until the same franchise opens another store right across the street.

Season 26, Episode 4: Treehouse of Horror XXXV

In the twenty-fifth annual Simpsons Halloween special: School is Hell: Bart and Lisa find a desk carved with an Aramaic incantation that sends them to Hell – and Bart fits in at the school there. A Clockwork Yellow: Moe leads a Clockwork Orange-style gang, but one of his droogs (Homer) falls for a woman (Marge) and gives up life as a thug. The Others: The Simpsons are haunted by their former selves from The Tracey Ullman Show – and Homer falls for the older Marge, angering the current Marge.

Season 26, Episode 5: Opposites A-Frick

When Mr. Burns starts a fracking operation, Lisa brings National Assemblywoman Maxine Lombard to put a stop to it, only to have Burns and Lombard fall in love.

Season 26, Episode 6: Simpsoroma

n a crossover with Futurama, when a time capsule containing a sandwich with Bart’s germs in it, Milhouse’s rabbit’s foot, and radioactive ooze causes a catastrophe in the future, the Planet Express crew comes to present-day Springfield to stop the Simpsons from creating the mess in the first place.

Season 26, Episode 7: Blazed and Confused

Bart schemes to humiliate his new teacher, Mr. Lassen, who is a terrible bully. Meanwhile, the Simpsons go to “Blazing Guy” for their camping trip, but Mr. Lassen is also there, so Bart plans to ruin his day as revenge for cutting his hair.

Season 26: Episode 8: Covercraft

When Homer has a midlife crisis, he forms a band of Springfield dads. Despite the band’s modest early success, Apu ends up being a breakout star and stealing the show. This episode also features the first appearance of Sideshow Mel’s family.

Season 26, Episode 9: I Won’t Be Home For Christmas

Marge kicks Homer out of the house after Moe convinces him to stay out all night on Christmas Eve at his bar. Depressed, Homer takes a lonely walk through Springfield instead of being with his family, who go out to find him when Moe confesses it was his fault.

Season 26, Episode 10: The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Simpson family attend a trip to an amusement park named Dizneeland, where they go on a ride called “Rocket to Your Doom” and accidentally end up on Rigel 7, the home planet of Kang and Kodos.

Season 26, Episode 11: Bart’s New Friend

Homer goes to a hypnotist and ends up believing he is ten years old. However, when the hypnotist is arrested, Homer becomes stuck in his new age, so he bonds with Bart and refuses entry back into the responsibilities of adulthood.

Season 26, Episode 12: The Musk Who Fell to Earth

Elon Musk arrives in Springfield, where he and Homer become fast friends, but Musk soon incurs the wrath of Mr. Burns when his ideas become over-the-top, which forces Burns to terminate all his employees, prompting Homer to try to end their friendship to save his job.

Season 26, Episode 13: Walking Big & Tall

Lisa writes a new Springfield anthem after discovering the old one was plagiarized.

Season 26, Episode 14: My Fare Lady

Marge becomes a chauffeur after she grows tired of chauffeuring her own kids around, but ends up disliking it due to the demands her customers make. Meanwhile, Moe becomes the Nuclear Power Plant’s janitor and later the supervisor of Homer, Lenny, and Carl’s sector after they wreck his bar.

Season 26, Episode 15: The Princess Guide

Homer takes Lisa to bring your daughter to work day, where she has fun watching him. A Nigerian princess named Kemi comes to Springfield, as her father intends to work out a uranium deal with Mr. Burns, and Homer is chosen to protect her due to his love for Lisa showing on the camera. Moe, having recently lost his money to a Nigerian prince, believes Kemi must be related to the scammer, but soon starts falling for her.

Season 26, Episode 16: Sky Police

Chief Wiggum gets a jet pack, which he uses to fight crime. However, after he unintentionally crashes it into the church, Marge leads the rest of the Springfield congregation toward gambling in an attempt to rebuild it.

Season 26, Episode 17: Waiting for Duffman

When Duffman undergoes hip replacement surgery following an injury during a parade and retires, Duff Beer’s owner Howard K. Duff VII sets up a reality show presented by Cat Deeley in order to find his replacement. The competition is fierce until only Homer Simpson and one other competitor remain, and because the job requires him to stay sober during work hours, he learns that beer isn’t as necessary as he thought to have a good time.

Season 26, Episode 18: Peeping Mom

Returning home with Maggie from errands, Marge discovers that a part of Springfield is now totally destroyed. As Chief Wiggum announces that Bart could be the culprit, Bart says that he was not involved at all in the incident. This prompts Marge to follow him everywhere to force him to confesses. Meanwhile, Homer ignores Santa’s Little Helper once again when he meets Flanders’ new dog named Baz.

Season 26, Episode 19: The Kids Are All Fight

Homer finds an old film strip, which prompts the story of Bart and Lisa’s sibling rivalry to be told. The story explores Bart and Lisa’s adventures as young children when Ned and Maude family invite Homer and Marge to brunch.

Season 26, Episode 20: Let’s Go Fly a Coot

After Homer sees an expensive birthday, he complains about not getting the good things at his parties as a kid and ruins birthday parties all over town and is then forced to throw a party for Ned’s son Rod. At Rod’s party at the Air Force museum, Grampa tells the family stories about his days in the U.S. Air Force and reunites with his old friends. When Grampa’s friends see how Homer treats his dad, they start forcing him to treat him right. Meanwhile, Bart begins using E-cigarettes to impress Milhouse’s cousin Annika, who he has a crush on.

Season 26, Episode 21: Bull-E

When Bart is bullied after a school dance, Marge gets the city to adopt a tough anti-bullying law that gets Homer arrested when Rod and Todd claim that he’s bullying Ned, but Ned refuses to forgive Homer.

Season 26, Episode 22: Mathlete’s Feat

When the school goes all-digital thanks to a donation from Springfield Elementary alumni and all of the electronics go out, Lisa suggests turning the school into a Waldorf school, where kids “learn by doing” with hands-on interactions with Lunchlady Doris and Groundskeeper Willie. Later, Willie is put in charge of the school Mathletes team against Waverly Hills, the better funded elementary school in the district, after Lisa sees him put new grass in. Much to his dismay, Bart is put on the team.

Simpsons Season 26 Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Okay hear me out, Simpsons is usually not my go to show. I tend to catch it one occasion especially on very late nights. I know it is popular because its funny, but I really don’t see much humor in these. Anyway, its okay to watch when there’s nothing else on and you need to veg out. I feel like Homer after watching this show.

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