The Best of The Simpsons, Vol. 1 - No Disgrace Like Home/ Life On The Fast Lane (1989) Review

The Best of The Simpsons, Vol. 1 - No Disgrace Like Home/ Life On The Fast Lane  (1989)
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I'm sort of a Simpsons fan by default; my boyfriend is a fanatic, which means I've seen every episode multiple times. These are two of the best episodes from Season 1. The first, "No Disgrace Like Home," is the first regular episode to be shown (following the original Christmas special). After a disasterous family outing, the Simpsons visit a family therapist for "shock" treatment. True Simpsons fans will notice that Homer acts quite out of character in this episode: he is the one who is embarrassed by his family's behavior and who decides to hock the TV in order to afford therapy. However, there are definitely some laughs in this first show. In "Life on the Fast Lane," Homer buys Marge a bowling ball for her birthday--the fact that this is really a gift for himself is even more obvious given that he's already had the ball engraved with his name! Hurt and angry, Marge takes the ball and decides she will learn to bowl after all. At the local lanes, she meets up with a french bowling instructor and is tempted to have an affair--you have to watch the episode to see how it turns out! When my boyfriend and I made a list of our top 25 episodes, this one was #5, so you're guarenteed to enjoy these two classic shows.

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