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I have an idea for a simpsons thoh episode
"The Game World"
The simpsons family goes to a video game convention (where they can spoof current video games) and see a portal lying on the ground. Interested, they check out the portal, and as a result the portal sucks them in the gaming world. The simpson characters each change in their respective video game counterpart
Marge= lara croft (tomb raider)
Bart= link (legend of zelda)
Lisa= misty (pokemon)
The simpson family have to fight off villains and evil creatures (maybe burns and dracula) in video game style. At the end, the simpson family discover they can't get out of the video game world and are trapped in forever..............
|Cape Feare 2: Since his brother is Bart's enemy, Cecil Terwilliger decides to become Lisa's enemy. He gets out of jail and threatens Lisa, "I'll get you, when you least expect it". Lisa is confused as to why Cecil wants to kill her. Cecil later threatens her in a movie theater. Because of Cecil's threats, The Simpsons move to Cape Feare, under the new identity of The Moores. But Cecil follows them there, picking a smarter way of following them then Bob did, he drives a motorcycle. But then another car knocks him on his motorcycle to the side of the road, he's alright but then a tree falls on him. The family arrives at their new houseboat in Cape Feare and Cecil, because his motorcycle was destroyed had to travel there on foot. He comes out from behind a bush and steps into the driveway, only to get smacked in the face by a rake. Cecil later threatens Lisa in the middle of the road, but then he gets run over by a 50 foot long stretch limo, then a stampede of escaped zoo animals. In the middle of the night, Cecil arrives at the houseboat with a gun. He chases Lisa through the houseboat with it until he finally has her cornered. Lisa asks why he wants to kill her and Cecil tells her that being a homicidal maniac has become a Terwilliger family tradition. Lisa claims that that's not a good reason at all, but Cecil doesn't care. Cecil tells Lisa that before she dies, she can make one final request. To distract Cecil, Lisa asks him to act out his entire failed audition as Sideshow Cecil. Cecil does his failed clown act to entertain Lisa. After a whole show performed by Cecil, he goes back to killing Lisa. He's just about to shoot Lisa, but then the boat crashes into a rock and they're back in Springfield. Cecil is thrown back in jail and he tells his brother about how Lisa thwarted his plan. Bob then tells Cecil that his son, Gino, has decided to become Maggie's enemy. During the end credits we see Gino attempting to kill Maggie, only to get his pants caught in the ceiling fan and get thrown out the window.|
Here are some ideas for the show:
The crew should bring back Herb Powell back for the third time (besides, they got other one-shot characters such as Lurlee Lumpkin, Mona Simpson and even Cecil back to the small screen again, and Herb deserves that same treatment as well).
An episode where Ned's parents comes to Springfield, to Ned's dismay.
Also, certain episodes that should focus on some of the minor characters, such as Jimbo and one that features the winemakers (from the Crepes of Wrath) to exact revenge on Bart.
Sorry if the list isn't longer, but this is all I could think of.
|I know a lot of you didn't like Homer of Seville, but do you think they should bring back Julia to exact revenge on Marge?|
Here's an episode idea about Bart in his early teens, which would be the fourth future episode in the series:
Bart and Milhouse make fake IDs to go into a bar but get caught by Police Chief Wiggum. Later they are picked up by their parents at the police station and scolded. Later, while walking on the sidewalk, Professor Frink overhears Bart and Milhouse both agreeing that they wish they were older. He tells them that the cause of the end of their friendship will be Bart's aging. He then shows them their future on his new portable astrology machine (resembles an iPod).
3 years in the future, Bart is preparing for his 13th birthday party in one week. Bart is bragging to an 11-year-old Lisa that he'll be a teenager and she'll be a little kid. The next day he wakes up and goes down to breakfast and everyone looks at him and stops what they are doing. They tell them that he has started to grow a moustache. Homer tells Bart that he'll start to teach him how to shave. He then dumbly scares Bart away from it while mentioning that you can get awful cuts and scratches while doing it. Later at school, everyone seems to think Bart's moustache is cool except Milhouse, whose apparently jeolous of it. When the class resites the Pledge of Allegence, Bart tries to make a mockery song of it, when his voice suddenly changes and then goes back. Again, Milhouse appears to be jeolous of Bart's changes. After school, when Bart tries to talk to Milhouse on the bus, Milhouse just moves away and won't talk to him. That evening, Lisa noices that Bart seems depressed and Bart tells her about Milhouse. Lisa's advice is to pay more attention to Milhouse and maybe compliment him a bit more. Bart tries to compliment Milhouse at school but Milhouse just takes it as an insult. Bart has a sudden growth spurt and is the tallest kid in the class. Later, at home, Homer tries to give Bart the "What's Happening to Me?" talk but gets sidetracted and goes to eat some honey and chicken at the sound of "the birds and the bees." The next day is the day of Bart's birthday party. Bart gives Milhouse the special seat besides him when they eat. When Nelson gives a special speech to Bart complementing his maturity, Milhouse loses it and yells at Bart. He tells Bart that everything cool or good happens to him before it happens to him and that he's tired of being in Bart's shadow. He runs out of the party, creating a scene which humiliates Bart. Everyone leaves and Bart gets his first acne, making things worst. Later, Bart tells Lisa that she is lucky that she still has 2 years before she's a teenager because it's full of too much trouble. Lisa then tells Bart that he's still cool to her and they hug.
Back in the past on the sidewalk, Bart and Milhouse are shocked at this in the future. Professor Frink tells them not to worry about it yet for they still have plenty of time before it happens and that they should enjoy being kids while they still can. Bart and Milhouse agree and go off to pull some pranks while they can still get away with them.
Ok, this is a combination Simpsons/Family Guy episode, based on the (rather ridiculous) feud between the two shows.
The episode is a spoof of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
Basically, the Simpson's are the Montagues and the Griffins are the Capulets in 16th century Italy. Romeo (played by Bart) falls in love with Juliet (played by Meg) and the two star-crossed lovers go much the same way as the original story. In the end, Lord Montague (Homer) and Lord Capulet (Peter) make peace after the loss of their two children.
Lord Montague- Homer
Lady Montague- Marge
Lord Capulet- Peter
Lady Capulet- Lois
Friar Lawrence- Reverend Lovejoy
Prince- Adam West
Paris- Neil Goldman
lol, its kind of a coincidence, while I was looking up information for this idea, I came across something interesting. In the original story, the Montague's have a servant named Abraham (like Grandpa Simpson), and the Capulets have a servant named Peter. lol,
Anyway, both shows hate each other so much that this idea would never be done, but I thought it was rather thought provoking.