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this was a good ep
in the ep of the simpsons mr burns is going to die and he needs a blood transfusion and bart finds out he has the same blood type and homer wants to get money from mr burns and then realizes that afte bart save mr burns it turns out that all mr burns gave was thankyou note some homer writes back angrey letter and bart mails the letter home trys to get it back but its to late and mr burns is mad but his asstitan smithers tells mr burns the simpsons did help you out nad he grees and sends a rare thing to his house and the simpsons dont know how to react.moreless
Mr. Burns is at death's door and needs a blood transfusion from a donor that has the same very rare blood type that he does. Homer discovers that Bart has the same rare blood type and he sets his sights on receiving a large monetary gift from Mr. Burns, as a thank-you for Bart's blood. Things become interesting when the only thing the Simpson family receives is a simple thank-you card from Mr. Burns.
10 out of 10
what i liked- homer and bart writing the letter and bart sending it, 'hello, my name is mr burns, i believe you have a letter for me.' 'aw right mr. burns, what's your first name?' 'i don't know', bart giving burns some blood because homer wants to get something from burns, etc.
great episode. it has one of my favorite scenes (homer pretending to be burns and not knowing burns' name) and is a great plot. A+
The second season ends with Mr. Burns at death's door. Burns needs a blood transfusion but his blood type is very rare. When Homer finds out Bart has the same blood type as Burns, Homer's convinced he has hit the jackpot expecting a rich reward.
The second season ended on a very high note with this very funny and well written episode. The funniest moment in my opinion is Homer's angry tirade after just receiving a thank you card from Burns. Listening to him put down Marge was a classic "Simpsons" moment. Homer's attempts to get the letter out of the mailbox, as well as his confrontation with the mailwoman, will have you laughing as well. There are some predictable moments in the episode (It was obvious Homer would get over it.) but the clever turns in the story made up for this minor flaw.moreless
A good way to end the first great season in Simpsons history.
Mr. Burns is diagnosed with hypohemia and needs a double O negative blood donor. Nobody at the plant comes forward except Homer who thinks there will be a large reward involved. Bart's blood type matches Burns, so he donates some. Burns is more alive than ever and sends Bart a thankyou note and nothing else. Homer is outraged and sends a vindictive letter. Marge stops him from posting it, but Bart didn't know this and mailed it out. When Burns gets the letter he vows to make Homer miserable. He orders Smithers to have Homer beaten to a pulp, but Smithers refuses to harm the man that saved Burns' life. Mr. Burns comes to his senses, and buys them a gift; a rare Olmec Indian head statue. Bart thinks it's cool, but Homer doesn't approve of it.moreless
Great way to end the season.
Burns falls ill and it's found out he has leukemia, and he has a very rare blood type. Homer asks around for his family to give blood, and Marge tells him Bart has the same blood type. Bart gives the blood, and Homer expect a reward. After simply getting a thank-you letter, Homer writes a letter back about how disgusted he is with Burns' lack of appreciation of Bart saving his life. Homer decides it shouldn't be mailed. Bart, however, mails it anyway. When Mr. Burns reads it, he thinks it's merely a joke, and gives the family a $32,000 Olmec Indian head, which can be seen in several episodes in the future.
I love this episode. The episode is slow in some spots, but the whole scene with Homer "watering the mail" is the funniest scene in the whole season in my opinion. Definitely one of the best season finales in the Simpson's history.
And that's the end of the season. Off to reviewing season 3!moreless
Sign: Core Explosion - Repent Sins.....Homer: The jokes on them, if the core explodes, there won\\\'t be any power to light that sign!...chorus of laughter!
one of so many classic moments in this episode!
From the very first to the very last scene in this episode, it is classic and superbly entertaining. So many good quotes, so many hilarious sequences, including the attempted destroying and then retrieval of the letter, and Homer\\\'s angry dream!
Tremendous, definately one the best episodes The Simpsons has ever had.
Hello, my name is Mr. Burns. I believe you have a letter for me.
Mr. Burns is on his deathbed, suffering from a low blood level. His blood type is rare (00-) and only Bart can help him. Driven by greed, Homer orders Bart to donate his blood. Marge only wants Bart to do it because it's the right thing to do.
After his transfusion, Mr. Burns decides to send a thank you card to the Simpson family. This angers Homer because he felt he deserved riches for helping Mr. Burns. He writes a sarcastic and insulting letter to Mr. Burns but doesn't send it when Marge tells him to sleep on it first. Homer wakes up the next morning, thankful for Marge's intervention. What he doesn't know is Bart took it upon himself to send the letter himself.
Homer attempts to get the letter back before Mr. Burns gets it, to no avail. At first, Mr. Burns is angry and wants Homer beaten. Smithers refuses and reminds Mr. Burns Homer was responsible for saving his life. Mr. Burns has a change of heart and buys the Simpsons a giant Olmec Indian Head. Homer is disappointed because he's still not rich, but all is well with the Simpson family and Homer's relationship with Mr. Burns is good and his job is safe.moreless
A good episode that I really liked.
When Mr. Burns needs a blood transfusion, Homer is pleased to learn that Bart has the same rare blood type, Bart donates his blood and saves Mr. Burns, but Homer is upset to find that Mr. Burns sends him nothing more than a thank you note. Homer writes an angry letter in responce, but then desides not to send it, but then he discovers that Bart had already mailed it. Homer tries his best to recover the letter, but fails, and Mr. Burns reads the letter and vows revenge. Smithers finally convinces Mr. Burns that the Simpsons have indeed done him a favor and, in gratitude, Mr. Burns buys them a rare Olmec Indian Head. I thought this episode was pretty funny. Also the Olmec Indian Head was in one of the "Simpsons Comics"