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Simpsons Scoreboard - Season 1Episode 1: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire: AdmirableSimpsons Scoreboard - Season 1 in Other More Like This
This is probably the best way you can do a first episode. Since it is a Christmas episode, it's able to easily involve all of the characters and tell a heartwarming story without coming across as sappy or cliche.
Episode 2: Bart the Genius: Okay
At this point, the Simpsons writing was still trying to find itself. I feel very certain that they've reused this plot in the future and did it better.
Episode 3: Homer's Odyssey: Okay
Like the above episode, I think they've done this one better later on, so it's hard to look at this objectively when there are better alternatives. Homer feels like a failure so he tries to commit suicide and finds his place demanding more warning signs, which like the next episode seems very weird with Homer's character.
Episode 4: There's No Disgrace Like Home: ....okay?
This episode is really weird in hindsight. The plot is that Homer Simpson is embarrassed about his family so
My Rules of Selecting Reviews1.) I only review animated things. Or things mostly animated (Truth or Square pushed this rule HARD. Don't expect anything less animated than that to ever be reviewed).My Rules of Selecting Reviews in Other More Like This
2.) Foreign properties need to have been aired in their country of origin at least once, and have an official English dub.
3.) For Admirable Animation, when it comes to the internet I can review anything I want. Any restrictions there only applies to atrocities.
4.) For me to review fiction internet animation, the creator needs to be above 18 years of age, have a pay wall/sell their show on DVD (something like that), and declare some degree of professionalism UNLESS they are associated with online distributors like Cartoon Hangover or Channel Fredirator
5.) The previous restriction is removed if the creators are specifically making non-fiction (bad tutorials or awareness videos).
6.) A film must have a budget of at least 5,000,000 dollars for me to review it. And it can't be Foodfight!
7.) I reserve the right to not tal