T.V. Series Review: Simpsons Season 30

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Simpsons Season 30 Summary

Season 30, Episode 1: Bart’s Not Dead

Bart takes part in a dare, which ends with him in a hospital. In order to cover up for himself and Homer (who had failed to stop him in time), Bart makes a claim that he met Jesus in Heaven. When Christian producers want to offer him a movie deal, Bart starts to feel guilt about his cover-up.

Season 30, Episode 2: Heartbreak Hotel

Marge and Homer’s marriage is tested when they travel to a tropical island to compete for a million dollars on Marge’s favorite reality competition show.

Season 30, Episode 3: My Way or the Highway to Heaven

The citizens of Springfield remember their divine encounters as God and St. Peter think about what would enable a soul to get into Heaven.

Season 30, Episode 4: Treehouse XXIX

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 with some Jurassic upgrades.

Season 30, Episode 5: Baby, You Can’t Drive My Car

A company that is selling self-driving cars sets up in Springfield. When Homer accidentally crashes his car into Mr. Burns’ window, he is fired and gets a job at the self-driving car company. This causes all of the employees of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant to quit as well so they can have a better work environment.

Season 30, Episode 6: From Russia Without Love

Following a failed prank phone call, Bart, Nelson and Milhouse get Moe a mail-order Russian bride on the Dark Web. But when Anastasia Alekova darkens Moe’s tavern door, Moe fears he will have his heart broken again and tries to distance himself from her.

Season 30, Episode 7: Werking Mom

With some help from Julio, Marge pretends to be a drag queen in order to successfully sell Tupperware. Meanwhile, Lisa feels good after returning a hidden box that belonged to Jasper when he was a child, so she does little things to try to make other people happy.

Season 30, Episode 8: Krusty the Clown

Homer decides to become a TV show recapper. Shortly after, his review of Krusty’s show suddenly triggers an all-out brawl between the two of them.

Season 30, Episode 9: Daddicus Finch

When they start spending time together, Homer and Lisa’s bond becomes strong. This causes Bart to feel neglected as Marge tries to help Homer balance with his attention towards his kids.

Season 30, Episode 10: Tis the 30th Season

A desperate and determined Marge plans to save Christmas after a failed Black Friday shopping spree, while Homer and the kids surprise her with a trip to a Florida resort.

Season 30, Episode 11: Mad About the Toy

After Bart finds plastic soldier toys in the basement, Grampa begins to remember about the photos taken of him back in the 1940s as a model for the soldier toys. When he realized that he may have ruined the photographer’s life after unintentionally getting him fired, Grampa pays him a visit.

Season 30, Episode 12: The Girl on the Bus

After Lisa befriends Sam, a girl with similar interests, she lies about her family to impress Sam’s intelligent, sophisticated parents.

Season 30, Episode 13: I’m Dancing as Fat as I Can

Homer takes covert dancing lessons to make amends to Marge after he binge-watches the new season of Odder Stuff without her. Meanwhile, Bart enters “Krusty’s Holiday Trample” to win a shopping cart full of Krusty merchandise.

Season 30, Episode 14: The Clown Stays in the Picture

Krusty reveals the untold story of his past in his movie “The Sands of Space.” Bart and Lisa learn about the early years of their parents’ relationship, when Homer and Marge were personal assistants on Krusty’s film.

Season 30, Episode 15: 101 Mitigations

Comic Book Guy threatens to take Homer to court for joy riding in his car, so Lisa suggests that her father produce a mitigation video to highlight his good traits.

Season 30, Episode 16: I Want You (She’s So Heavy)

Homer and Marge sneak into a wedding expo, only for both to become injured before their romantic night ends. While Marge decides to take up kite boarding, Homer’s prescription gives him hallucinations that make him even more indolent than usual.

Season 30, Episode 17: E My Sports

After Homer gets him a new gaming computer, Bart begins to excel at eSports. When Bart’s team has a chance to win $500,000 in a gaming tournament in Seoul, Homer decides to coach his son and Lisa worries they’ll both go to South Korea without her.

Season 30, Episode 18: Bart vs. Itchy & Scratchy

Bart decides to protest with his friends after Krusty announces the debut of an all-female reboot of The Itchy & Scratchy Show. However, Bart then gets persuaded to join a female-led protest group after getting caught liking the show.

Season 30, Episode 19: Girl’s in the Band

When director of the Capitol City Philharmonic Victor Kleskow scouts Lisa, she must endure his harsh training. Meanwhile, Homer works extra shifts at the plant and Marge, Bart and Maggie make long daily trips just so Lisa can play.

Season 30, Episode 20: I’m Just a Girl Who Can’t Say D’oh

When disgruntled cast and crew expel Llewellyn Sinclair from directing Oklahoma!, Marge steps up to helm a production written by Lisa about Jebediah Springfield. Meanwhile, Homer takes a liking to the sexy supervisor running the “Daddy and Me” baby classes he attends with Maggie.

Season 30, Episode 21: D’oh Canada

The family takes a trip to Niagara Falls to redeem some hotel rewards they earned. But when Lisa falls down the Niagara Falls in a ball and ends up on the Canadian side, she ends up loving Canada and decides to permanently reside there.

Season 30, Episode 22: Woo-Hoo Dunnit?

When Lisa’s college fund gets stolen, the family tries to find out who stole it.

Season 30, Episode 23: Crystal Blue-Haired Persuasion

Mr. Burns cuts health care benefits for his employees, so Marge buys healing crystals for Bart for his ADD. Marge decides to sell them to support her family, and sales jack up when the word spreads that the crystals help Bart get better grades… or do they?

Simpsons Season 30 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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