T.V. Series Review: Simpsons Season 29

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Simpsons Season 29 Summary

Season 29, Episode 1: The Serfsons

Homer has to undertake a dangerous mission to save the life of Marge’s mother.

Season 29, Episode 2: Springfield Splendor

Marge and Lisa have creative differences after creating a graphic novel together.

Season 29, Episode 3: Whistler’s Father

Homer discovers Maggie can whistle. Meanwhile, Marge designs Fat Tony’s brothel.

Season 29, Episode 4: Treehouse of Horror

In the segment “The Exor-Sis”, Maggie is possessed by Pazuzu, a vengeful demon. In “Coralisa”, Lisa discovers an alternate reality where the Simpsons are a disturbing (yet perfect) family. In “MMM… Homer”, Homer cannibalizes himself after he runs out of food while Marge and the kids are away from home.

Season 29, Episode 5: Grampy Can Ya Hear Me

After getting hearing aids, Grampa finally figures out what everyone says about him. Meanwhile, Principal Skinner discovers that his mother hid an admission letter from Ohio State from him, sabotaging his burgeoning marching band career.

Season 29, Episode 6: The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used To Be

Marge runs for mayor of Springfield, and she must make fun of Homer to win votes.

Season 29, Episode 7: Singing’ In the Lane

Homer reunites his old bowling team, the Pin Pals, where they must compete against a team of millionaires. Meanwhile, Marge and Lisa are stunned by how greedy Bart has become and join forces to change his behavior.

Season 29, Episode 8: Mr. Lisa’s Opus

Beginning from the age of one, Homer and Marge find out just how smart Lisa is, prompting her to go to the place she always wanted to go after she graduated from school: college. As Lisa begins to write her college application essay for Harvard, she recalls past disappointing birthdays and family events that have helped to shape her life. Throughout Lisa’s story, Ned tries to cure Homer of his alcohol problem.

Season 29, Episode 9: Gone Boy

When Bart goes missing, Sideshow Bob attempts to get Milhouse to reveal his location.

Season 29, Episode 10: Haw-Haw Land

The Simpsons go to a STEM conference, where Lisa becomes smitten with an older musician called Brendan. Upon seeing them together, Nelson gets jealous because of his past relationship with Lisa and tries to win her over instead. Meanwhile, Bart discovers his affinity for chemistry.

Season 29, Episode 11: Frink Gets Testy

Mr. Burns builds a doomsday ark, after he believes that the end of the world is near when he sees an old Orson Welles show about Nostradamus. Professor Frink comes up with a new way of testing everyone in Springfield after Burns wants a test to determine who should go on a spaceship with him.

Season 29. Episode 12: Homer is Where the Art Isn’t

Manacek, a detective, investigates a theft of a Joan Miró painting which Homer is accused of stealing.

Season 29, Episode 13: 3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage

While visiting their old apartment, Homer and Marge recount the story of how they transitioned from a fun and energetic childless couple to life-drained parents. In doing so, the story saves the relationship of the apartment’s current owners.

Season 29, Episode 14: Fears of a Clown

Bart goes to prankster rehab after a clown-mask prank terrifies the town and destroys Krusty the Clown’s career. A tortured Krusty then tries his hand at serious drama with a regional theater company

Season 29, Episode 15: No Good Read Goes Unpunished

Marge forces the family to hand in their electronics and head to the library in an attempt to bring the family together again. This results in Bart using The Art of War to control Homer, and Marge discovering that a past favorite of hers is now offensive and insensitive.

Season 29, Episode 16: King Leer

Homer and Marge find out that Moe is having a big argument with his father; the two try to reconnect their relationship.

Season 29, Episode 17: Lisa Gets the Blues

When Lisa is discouraged from playing the saxophone, the Simpsons travel to New Orleans to cheer her up.

Season 29, Episode 18: Forgive and Regret

While on his deathbed, Grampa makes a confession to Homer about the past. He comes to realize that the issue will not be easy to reconcile when he makes a recovery.

Season 29, Episode 19: Left Behind

When the Leftorium shuts down, Homer helps Ned get a job at the Nuclear Power Plant. Meanwhile, Marge feels that her marriage has lost its spark.

Season 29, Episode 20: Throw Grandpa from the Dane

he Simpsons take Grampa to Denmark so that he can benefit from its socialized medicine system.

Season 29, Episode 21: Flanders Ladder

A lightning strike gives Bart supernatural visions. He is then visited by ghosts who want closure.

Simpsons Season 29 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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