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The Simpsons - The Complete Third Season

The Simpsons - The Complete Third Season
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  • Seller:kspawn
  • Format:Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Subtitled), Spanish (Subtitled), English (Original Language), French (Original Language), Spanish (Original Language)
  • Number Of Discs:4
  • Running Time:551 Minutes
  • Rating:Unrated
  • Region:1
  • Discs:4
  • Aspect Ratio:1.33:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.3
  • Dimensions (in):7.6 x 5.6 x 1.1
  • Release Date:August 26, 2003
  • MPN:MFR024543069706#VG
  • UPC:024543069706
  • EAN:0024543069706
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  • Condition: New
  • Format: DVD
  • Animated; Box set; Closed-captioned; Color; DVD; Full Screen; NTSC


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Broadcast in 1991, the third season of The Simpsons contains a host of candidates for "Best Simpsons Episode Ever." Homer is in such good form throughout that a reasonable case can be made that he has superseded the importance of his Greek namesake in the annals of culture and civilization. The opener, "Stark Raving Dad," for instance, features a guest appearance by an uncredited Michael Jackson, who plays an obese white inmate whom Homer meets while confined to a mental institution. Other standout episodes include "Like Father, Like Clown," in which Krusty reveals he is estranged from his Rabbi father; this is The Simpsons at the height of its powers, mature, ironic, erudite, and touching while bristling with slapstick and Bart-inspired cheek. "Flaming Moe's" features Aerosmith and sees Homer invent a cocktail that desperate, sleazy bartender Moe steals from him. "Radio Bart" is another demonstration of the series' knack for cultural references, parodying the Billy Wilder movie Ace in the Hole. Finally, there's "Brother Can You Spare Two Dimes," in which Danny DeVito reprises his role as Homer's brother, regaining the fortune Homer lost him by inventing a Baby Translator. Immensely enjoyable at any level, this third year demonstrates conclusively that The Simpsons is quite simply, and by a large margin, the greatest television show ever. --David Stubbs
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