5F21: The Wizard Of Evergreen Terrace|
Airdate: 20 September 1998
Writer: John Swartzwelder
Director: Mark Kirkland
Executive Producer: Mike Scully
Homer learns that he has already lived half his life, prompting him to fall into depression. The family throws a party to cheer him up. When Lisa mentions inventor Thomas Edison, Homer is fascinated and studies up on all his inventions. Homer quits his job he decides to become an inventor, like Edison. The problem is that he cannot think of anything good; the best he can do is an electric hammer. When he unveils his first inventions, Marge tells him that they people wont buy them. But However he does have one useful invention, a chair that is impossible to fall backwards on. He plans to patent it, only to discover that Edison had already secretly invented it. He and Bart go to the Edison museum to destroy the chair, so that Homer can get full credit. While there, Homer realizes that he cannot do that to Edison. They go home, leaving Homers inventions at the museum, which a dead Edison gets credit for.
- Lard Of The Dance
[5F21] - The Wizard Of Evergreen Terrace
[5F22] - Bart, The Mother
[5F19] - When You Dish Upon A Star
[AABF01] - Treehouse Of Horror IX
[AABF02] - D'oh-in' In The Wind
[AABF03] - Lisa Gets An "A"
[AABF04] - Homer Simpson: Kidney Trouble
[AABF05] - Mayored To The Mob
[AABF06] - Viva Ned Flanders
[AABF07] - Wild Barts Can't Be Broken
[AABF08] - Sunday, Cruddy Sunday
[AABF09] - Homer To The Max
[AABF11] - I'm With Cupid
[AABF10] - Screaming Yellow Honkers
[AABF12] - Make Room For Lisa
[AABF13] - Maximum Homerdrive
[AABF14] - Simpsons Bible Stories
[AABF15] - Mom And Pop Art
[AABF16] - Old Man And The "C" Student
[AABF17] - Monty Can't Buy Me Love
[AABF18] - They Saved Lisa's Brain
[AABF20] - Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo
Matt Groening Says:
Howdily doodily, Simpsons Obsessives!
Welcome to Season 10 of those mischievous animated rascals, the Simpsons, on DVD and in color!
Highlights this time around include "Simpsons Bible Stories," with Homer and Marge au naturel as Adam and Eve, Milhouse whimpering to let his people go, and bart doing battle with Goliath II. Then there's the heartwarming episode "Viva Ned Flanders," based on several thousand true stories, in which Homer and Flanders go to Las Vegas, get drunk, and wake up married to a couple of floozies. And of course we mustn't forget "Treehouse Of Horror IX," in which Krusty the Clown says "Get ready for the violentest, disembowelingest, vomit-inducingest Itchy & Scratchy Halloween Special ever!"
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