The Simpsons

Season 25 Episode 5

Labor Pains

12
Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 17, 2013 on FOX
7.9
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Homer remembers his Lamaze skills when he’s forced to deliver a baby in an elevator. When the mother names the child Homer Jr., he quickly develops a deep emotional bond with the kid. Meanwhile, Lisa is recruited by the cheerleaders of the local pro football team, the Springfield Atoms.

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  • "Burned Again Milhouse!"

    9.0
    I really enjoyed it, there were many funny parts in both the A and B Story lines. The concepts felt fresh and the episode overall ran very smoothly. One of the better episodes so far this season.



    Also the lie Homer said about college being expansive but worth it was hilarious and true!
Dan Castellaneta

Dan Castellaneta

Homer Simpsons & Abraham Simpson

Julie Kavner

Julie Kavner

Marge Simpson

Nancy Cartwright

Nancy Cartwright

Bart Simpson

Yeardley Smith

Yeardley Smith

Lisa Simpson

Hank Azaria

Hank Azaria

Carl Carlson, Moe Szyslak, Kirk Van Houten & Chase

Harry Shearer

Harry Shearer

Lenny Leonard

Elisabeth Moss

Elisabeth Moss

Gretchen

Special Guest Star

Pamela Hayden

Pamela Hayden

Milhouse Van Houten & Lamaze Teacher

Recurring Role

Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

Cheerleader

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Chris Edgerly

Chris Edgerly

Various

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    • Show Title:  The family dressed in period clothing flying an retro-model flying car.
      Billboard Gag:  Monday Night Football at Moe's:  The screen is now clean. (with Moe pictured at his tavern and a TV in the background)
      Chalkboard Gag:  Rocktober is not followed by Blowvember.
      Couch Gag:  In a Thanksgiving-themed sequence, the Simpsons are seen as Pilgrims, fleeing the Old World for the New World.  They get aboard the Mayflower, travel the ocean, enduring storms and a sea creature resembling Moe.  When they arrive, Homer and Marge doff their Puritan clothing for a little tryst before God chastises them.  When they reach Plymouth Couch (rock version of their couch) after a brief chill, the family is greeted by Apu, dressed as an American Indian who provides them with a Thanksgiving feast, but for $19.95 per person.

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