The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 4 : There’s No Disgrace Like Home S01E04

The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 4 : There’s No Disgrace Like Home S01E04 – Let us revisit a classic episode shall we? The Simpsons, never fails to provide a half hour of undeniably hilarious humor with a twist. If you didn’t know, the Simpsons almost always delivers a message. Almost every message of The Simpsons has a moral, story or something to gain from watching besides the entertainment and relaxation. The writers have been relentless at providing these very subtle additions to the show. However “There’s No Disgrace Like Home” didn’t seem like a well crafted original episode. Rather, we were delivered an episode that transpired from thirteen other episodes which were aired periodically from 1989 to 1990. “There’s No Disgrace Like Home” added some improvements, spiced things up with some new additions and then included some bonuses to keep us from discovering the news.

Matt Groening introduced the first seasons DVD’s of The Simpsons with a brief paragraph explaining “If Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie look weirdly off-model, if their voices sound spooky and different and if the animation seems particularly glitch-filled, just remember this: we didn’t know what we were doing back then.”

Groening isn’t really exaggerating as the first season of The Simpsons was certainly used to work out some of the bugs and problems with the voices, animations and everything else on the show. Just as any show has, there are some challenges you face in the first couple seasons that you have to overcome, spice up and continue forward from. However, these episodes were still magnificent in their own way. All thirteen were perfectly crafted and are promising points in the history of the show. “There’s no Disgrace Like Home” was like an awesome recap of all thirteen episodes thrown into a quick and painless new version of the show. Just some of the events in the show included Marge getting drunk and embarrassing the entire Simpsons family, Homer concerned about how society views them, Homer forgetting about the kids going to college and then Lisa becoming worried about their future, Homer volunteering to sell TV’s and of course, Mr. Burns pretending to care for his employees.

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