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    bestraterever11

    [1]Nov 11, 2008
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    Sit Down And Make Ideas!!!!

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    simpspin

    [2]Nov 12, 2008
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    Here's my Season 21:

    21:01 "Treehouse of horror XX"

    1. King of the Hell -- Homer tries to prove to Satan he can ruin mankind in a much more efficent manner, and Satan makes the bet and if Satan looses, he has to switch places with Homer.

    2. See Saw -- Tired of being bullied Bart and Lisa team up to exact revenge on the bullies with torture traps made from the Elementary Playground Toys

    3. The Evil Ned -- When the police force is destroyed by demonic beings, a "Christian in disguise" Ned Flanders puts away the nice guy act and becomes Springfield's only hope against the forces of evil.

    21.02: "The Lives of Brothers"
    Herb Powell returns to Springfield, still rich but lacking only one thing money can't buy: "True Love." So, when he responds to a singles ad placed by none other than the desperate Edna Krabopple, Herb tries his hand at courtship, something which he has not tried in nearly 14 years. To complicate matters, Edna's smooth and 'sexy' ex-husband (voiced by Matt Damon) also now single again, tries to get back with Edna in the middle of their dating and even though Edna hates her old beu, she's still attracted to him, and not to metion Bart's on Edna's ex's side.

    21.03: "Days of Blunder"
    When NASCAR comes to Springifeld, Homer and Bart decide to take advantge of the situation by offering their skills at making popcorn balls and putting them on a stick, thus selling the goods as vendors. But when NASCAR wants a bigger cut of the profits, Homer and Bart pull out of the biz. Unfortunetly, their last famous customer Tony Stewart, falls gravely ill and Homer and Bart are blamed.

    21.04: "Lisa Simpson: Substitute Snitcher"
    Lisa's whiny activism, as Bart would put it, reaches an all time high when she exposes Sprinfield elemtary trying to use cheap-o lead pipes to replace the plastic pipes. Deemed a hero and an untouchable whistleblower (because of her age), the Springfield Whistleblower's club invites her to become their biggest spokesperson and she has a new mission, take down the Nuclear Plant...and potentially become the new black sheep of the Simpson Family.

    21.05: "What a Way to Go...Shut Down"
    Combined with a horrid local economy and the city near bankrutpcy, Springfield Elemenatary is shut down and the students are forced to share buildings with Springfield High School. Now worried about bullies at an all time high, Bart's afraid to go to school--and afraid to admit it--and doesn't go to school at all and just wanders around Springfield during school hours. Meanwhile, Lisa is becoming fast friends with her new, feminist principal and is being considered to be moved to the 10th grade.

    21.06: "Homer Begins"
    Marge's obsessive-compulsive behavior is put to the test when she buys a DTV converter box and is able to recieve the digital shopping network and becomes a spendaholic. Three weeks later, Homer is shocked at Marge's credit card bill and when the two begin to argue, Marge suddenly runs into the next room to see what "The hot item of the day is". Shocked at Marge's behavior, Homer has to make a gut-wrenching decision--kick Marge out and pay for her to get treatment. Worse yet, this decision is also putting Lisa and Bart on opposings sides of the issue.

    21.07: "Springifeld History-X"
    The convergence of American Indian, African and European sides of the issues come together in a powderkeg of uncertainty at the 2009 school board planning committe's meeting. On the agenda, are Springfield's students being taught the correct version of American History, or do they need the history told to them as was seen through the eyes of Africans and Native Americans? In awe over such facilitating factors in regards to education, Lisa volunteers to teach an alternative history class called "History X," but Marge wants Lisa to be more 'friendly' in her depiction of America and not so, as Marge puts it so "non-patriotic."

    21.08: "Keeping Up with the Simpsons's"
    When Marge makes a cut in line in front of Hellen Lovejoy at a grand opening of a Big Box Buy store to be able to get a diaper change for Maggie, she inadvertandly winds up being the 100th customer and wins a 10,000 home enterataiment system. Furious, Helen vows revenge on Marge (who is walking away with a 65" LCD and Hi Def Surround Sound). Three days later, The Simpsons are kicked out of church for Homer's behavior, but Marge suspects it was due to Helen's bitterness. Even worse for Bart and Lisa is when they refuse to let the neighborhood kids come over, they're now the two most hated kids on Evergreen terrace.

    21.09: "Homer Simpson in...Busman!"
    Otto's trip to a Van Halen concert goes astray when he's hit in the head by a guitar thrown off stage by Eddie Van Halen and is contemplating suing the band and is stuck in California. With the new school year approaching, Homer decides to take a week off work to see if he could fill Otto's shoes and he does, but when Bart makes a bet with Homer he couldn't last a week, Homer wins the bet and Skinner wants Otto to stay gone, but Otto gets a great job with no work skills--Homer's.

    21.10: "Truck Everlasting"
    Homer and Abe finally learn of where Mona has been living the past few years in Florida and are invited to have a look at the homestead before the bank repo's the property. Upon arriving, Abe finds his 1959 Ford Pickup stored away in mint condition. Taking the truck back to Springfield, Homer tries to convince dear old Dad that he should sell the truck and make some serious cash, but when the truck is stolen by Snake, Homer and abe put aside their differences for five minutes and try to get the Ford back.

    21.11: "X-Friends Live"
    When Bart and Milhouse part ways over Milhouse wanting to transfer to Shelbyville over Samantha Stanke being transferred out of boarding school, Milhouse is now being driven by Kirk to Shelbyville every day. With no close friends and Ralph nawing at his controller, Bart decides to take his gaming obsession online and is quickly becoming the top "Warrior Kombat" fighters. Soon, Bludd Gore Games and various other Gaming Companies are bringing their wares show and championships to Shelbyville and when Bart wins his way to the show, he must now face against a much-changed Milhouse.

    21.12: "Of Marge and Men"
    Face it, Marge has never been the most 'liberal' in her attire. Other than her green dress, Marge really isn't too keen on show any more skin, but after a trip to the discount shrink, she is given the adivce is she must try to be a bit more daring in her everyday routines. After ditching the green dress, Marge manages to aquire some rather sexy day-wear, and turns some guy's heads, but Homer isn't too amused and is worried Marge might be trying to find a replacement husband.

    21.13: "The Courtship of Roddy's Father"
    Ned's girlfriend Racheal Jordan returns to Springfield, but this time she's teamed up with Lurleen Lumpkin and has dropped the Christian side of her act to become, to Ned's dismay, a more Mainstream one. However, after meeting Lurleen in great detail, he's finding himself more and more attracted to Lurleen and when Homer learns of this, he tries to get Lurleen to reconsider and get Racheal back to "Christian" based sounds.

    21.14: "Eight is a Duff"
    At the much more safer "Itchy and Scratchyland", Homer is offered the role of "Fatty Duff", the loveable fat-guy. But when Homer's costume causes him ot become extremely overheated, he takes the headpiece off and is fired. Unhappy, Lisa demands Homer take legal action to get his job reinstated. Meanwhile, Bart is estatic he recieves free-admission, but that soon wears off and has nowhere to go because of sheer boredom.

    21.15: "Deep Thoughts By Hack Andy"
    When a new child psychologist Andy Leftus comes to Springfield to replace the retiring Loren Prior, he seems to be the most coolest guy in town, but he's actually looking for a date. And after Marge brings Bart in for a bad behavior meeting, Andy reads that Marge is divorced in Bart's profile and he asks Marge out to lunch. Unfortuently, things go bad for Andy, but the sympathetic Marge decides to play matchmaker and tries to find the perfect match for Andy.

    21.16: "The Bar, the bar is on Fire!"
    When Homer suggests to Moe to add some candles to the bar on Valentines day he can bring Marge to the bar and have a romantic night out, Moe relecutantly agrees. Unfortunetly, when Homer drunkely tries to get up and get another wine, he spills a flammible bottle of Chardnae into a candle that causes the bar to go up faster than a California grassland. Barely making it out, Moe, Homer and Marge watch Moe's go down in flames and when Moe has no insurance, Homer tries to rally the town, but no one seems to care.

    21.17: "Apuration: Marge!"
    Springfield passes propostion 44 which allows private citizens to carry concealed weapons after a rash of house robberies and when an overly nervous Gill stops at the Kwik-E-Mart, he sees Snake reach for his piece and tries to shoot, but hits Apu instead. Unfortunetly, the injury puts Apu in the hospital and the Kwik-E-Mart in the "Help Wanted" zone. After a "Saftey Cage" security system is installed, Marge is actually curious regarding the job and takes up the day shift. But when Apu is released from the Hospital, he's pissed the Kwik-E-Mart has become a 'prision' and demands it be returned to it's old self....and have Marge fired.

    21.18: "Are you Dumber than a 4th Grader?"
    When the above titled reality show stops in Springfield, Lisa nags Bart into being on the show and when he agrees, Homer has to be the challenger on the adult side. Unfortunelty, when Homer looses, badly, to Bart, Bart and Homer have a falling out and Marge suggests that they have a "Father / Son" hunting trip in the Springfield Mountains. Grudgingly, they both agree and but when their car is stolen 27 miles into the wilderness (with no cellphone), they have to find away to reach civilization and work together.

    21.19: "There Will Be Homer"
    Homer's lament at the high price of gas in Springfield causes him to take action and start the "nothing" campaign, a movement of being like the French, a quiet sit in strike. Enlisting the aid of Lisa and promising her a pony if the prostest works, Lisa agrees, but when everyone starts biking to work, Homer suddenly wishes he kept his mouth shut and has to fulfill the promise to Lisa.

    21.20: "Bob "Weaver" Terwillger and Bart "The Golden Boy" Simpson!"
    With Bob's family in far off Europe and Bob paroled for good behavior, Bob's jobless streak land him at the YMCA where he volunteers and is given free room and board and when Bob observes Bart's tenacity at taking shots at a punching bag, Bob decides to take action and become Bart's manager at YMCA boxing so they can join the YMCA boxing league. As usual, Bart wants no part of this and is scared as hell, but when Bob tells Bart he'll train him to box and he'll be good enough that he'll never have to worry about bullies ever again, Bart's actually starting to like the guy. Meanwhile, Homer's also volunteers to keep an eye on the vending machine area and also Bart.

    21.21: "The Boards of Education" (Season finale)
    On Friday, Mrs. Krabopple's irriatation with Bart reaches an all-time high when she has a nervous breakdown with the hell-bent 10yr old. By Monday, her request for a tempoary substitute teacher is granted and the temp. agency sends Mr. Bergstrom to fill Edna's shoes for a week. Instead of the usual class routine, Bergstrom takes the children to the middle school wood shop class where the kids are having a blast learning who to make wooden sculptures and other knick-knacks. At first loathing the sub, and then thinking he's the coolest guy ever, Bart realizes this was the same teacher that Lisa was raving about. Being the prankster, Bart decides to keep Lisa from learning Mr. Bergstrom has returned and when he leaves at the end of the week, Bart spills the beans and Lisa is more broken up than ever and Bart has to find out what happened to his sub, or Lisa will never forgive him.

    Here you go.
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    letterstoiggy

    [3]Nov 12, 2008
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    good job. I like the first story for the treehouse of horror
    Edited on 11/13/2008 5:19am
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    bestraterever11

    [4]Nov 13, 2008
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    Funny Stuff!!!!! Anyone Else!?
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    cvjrbdjkasfi

    [5]Nov 13, 2008
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    21.04: "Lisa Simpson: Substitute Snitcher"

    "the new black sheep of the Simpsons family"- that's like saying that Bart might become the rebel of the family.

    21.06: "Homer Begins"

    Sounds like a recycle of the 'Marge gets addicted to gambling' episode, though if done right it would be all right. What's with the title?

    21.11: "X-Friends Live"

    Picking up a story this long after the original episode is just stretching too much. There are people who are fans of the show who weren't alive when the original was made, and as such the significance of the episode is much less than it would be for veterans of the show. Leave it alone.

    21.13: "The Courtship of Roddy's Father"

    Lurleen is a drunk who lives in the gutter (to quote her, "This morning I woke up in a ditch"). Ned won't be attracted to her, merely feel pity.

    21.19: "There Will Be Homer"

    Lisa isn't that dumb.

    21.20: "Bob "Weaver" Terwillger and Bart "The Golden Boy" Simpson!"

    Bart is in the YMCA? Bob, despite being jobless can suddenly go back to the United States to volunteer at the Y? With what money?

    21.21: "The Boards of Education" (Season finale)

    Leave Bergstrom alone. It was a great, touching episode, and shouldn't be sullied 20 years later.

    There are some good ides there, but a lot of repetition- Homer getting a new job (that had been flogged too much by the writers), use of old characters being brought back (Mona Simpson, Stanky, etc).
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    simpspin

    [6]Nov 13, 2008
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    cvjrbdjkasfi wrote:
    21.04: "Lisa Simpson: Substitute Snitcher"

    "the new black sheep of the Simpsons family"- that's like saying that Bart might become the rebel of the family.


    What? No, Lisa's the ignored member of the family so if she did manage to get her father fired, Bart's pranks would seem petty in comparison.

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    21.06: "Homer Begins"

    Sounds like a recycle of the 'Marge gets addicted to gambling' episode, though if done right it would be all right. What's with the title?


    It's a parody/pun of "Batman Begins" where in this case Homer is the one who tosses Marge out.

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    21.11: "X-Friends Live"

    Picking up a story this long after the original episode is just stretching too much. There are people who are fans of the show who weren't alive when the original was made, and as such the significance of the episode is much less than it would be for veterans of the show. Leave it alone.


    What are you talking about? There's a thing called "reruns" and it's very possible that someone may have seen the original episode on DVD, too, not very long ago.

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    21.13: "The Courtship of Roddy's Father"

    Lurleen is a drunk who lives in the gutter (to quote her, "This morning I woke up in a ditch"). Ned won't be attracted to her, merely feel pity.


    People have the capicity to change, or have the capicity thrust upon them. I'm not sure if you view the Simpsons's universe as an 'organic' universe where characterisms are open to change (both good and bad) or if you just feel it's a cartoon and only 'cartoony' characterizations and silly situations can occur, but for this idea (and all the S21 ideas) I take the former approach.

    Like I said in another post, Season 3 had THREE EPISODES IN A ROW dealing with Homer being a bad father, yet no one seemed to notice until it was pointed out. Like any good form of entertainment it doesn't totally depend on the situation itself, it's how interesting you make the characters interact. Back to the idea: Racheal is becoming successful and feel she doesn't need a 'god' wheras Lurleen's life after her falling out with her father has left her on emotional skids. So when Ned hears that Racheal isn't too 'christian' anymore, yet Lurleen wants to find solice in a God, Ned's there to help and because of Lurleen's sweetness, he doesn't realize he's falling love with her. (And there's the uncertainty that Lurleen will feel the same way towards Ned.)

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    21.19: "There Will Be Homer"

    Lisa isn't that dumb.


    No, Lisa is book smart, but she still has the impulses and desires of an 8ry old girl--one of which is ponies. And if you want, you can read the script here: http://www.nohomers.net/showthread.php?t=72488

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    21.20: "Bob "Weaver" Terwillger and Bart "The Golden Boy" Simpson!"

    Bart is in the YMCA? Bob, despite being jobless can suddenly go back to the United States to volunteer at the Y? With what money?


    Bob's escaped from Jail as seen in the recent episode where Homer and Ned become bail bounty hunters.

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    21.21: "The Boards of Education" (Season finale)

    Leave Bergstrom alone. It was a great, touching episode, and shouldn't be sullied 20 years later.


    I agree, but I'm taking a whack at writing this right now and if you want to see some progress, go here: http://www.nohomers.net/showthread.php?t=73929

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    There are some good ides there, but a lot of repetition- Homer getting a new job (that had been flogged too much by the writers), use of old characters being brought back (Mona Simpson, Stanky, etc).


    You're used to seeing the show where the 'situation' comes first wheras I see the show where the characters come first. Bad episodes that feel like a rehash come from unintersting characters or situations that are so far removed from what you'd think you'd see on the show.
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    ComeOut2Play819

    [7]Nov 15, 2008
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    I can't tell if Simpspin's ideas were serious or not
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    simpspin

    [8]Nov 15, 2008
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    I am being serious.
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    bestraterever11

    [9]Nov 15, 2008
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    You Guys Have Some Awesome Ideas! Heres My Idea For The Series Finale:

    The Simpson: Marge Leaves Homer (Taking The Kids) And Now Homer Is Getting Ready to Get Kicked Out The House.

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    RedSoxFan274

    [11]Nov 16, 2008
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    bestraterever11 wrote:

    You Guys Have Some Awesome Ideas! Heres My Idea For The Series Finale:

    The Simpson: Marge Leaves Homer (Taking The Kids) And Now Homer Is Getting Ready to Get Kicked Out The House.





    2 points:

    1) Isn't there already a thread for this, and

    2) WHOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Back up there, a SEASON FINALE IDEA? ALREADY?
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    TVviewer11

    [12]Nov 6, 2009
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    HEY WAIT!!!! HELLFISH! THIS FOURM WAS OUT BEFORE THE OTHER ONE!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Underdog121488

    [13]Nov 6, 2009
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    It was also a year old.
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