Monthly Archives: February 2015

The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #3!

Marge makes a special cake for Homer Marge knows her husband completely, from blood type and how many hairs on his head, to how sensitive he can be (never giggle at his Sherlock Holmes hat).  When Homer is put in charge of decorating Maggie’s birthday cake–because everyone … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #4!

Homer getting the spa tickets for Marge by test-driving a Bentley We both made a note of this one because it’s so rare that Homer goes out of his way to do something genuinely thoughtful for his wife. Marge didn’t ask … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #5!

Ralph giving a stellar performance as George Washington inspired by his feelings for Lisa This is one of the funniest and sweetest episodes of all time; it’s perfect. Of course Lisa would put a Valentine in Ralph Wiggum’s empty mailbox, but you … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #6!

Milhouse delivering the tub of Gummi Bears to Samantha at her Catholic school and Samantha kissing him even though she will be punished “NOBODY LIKES MILHOUSE!” ~Mr. Largo We feel for Milhouse. He’s never going to be popular with the ladies … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #7!

Lisa playing her saxophone in the schoolyard for Mr. Bergstrom Sure, it’s not an age-appropriate romance, but what kid hasn’t gotten a crush on a teacher at some point? This is one of the most emotional episodes of the series, and … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #8!

The Simpson family writing the gentle breakup letter to end Bart’s “romance” with Ms. Krabappel It’s cruel and foolish of Bart to write love letters to his desperately lonely teacher, pretending to be a man named after Woodrow Wilson who … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #9!

Homer’s pep talk to Smithers Homer’s abysmal failure at taking care of Mr. Burns leads to the despots’ self-sufficiency, and his subsequent severing of ties with Smithers. Without the center of his universe, Smithers is devastated and adrift.  Desperate for … Continue reading

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