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Lisa's Rival
Another Simpsons Clip Show
Itchy & Scratchy Land
Another Simpsons Clip Show
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Episode Number 106
Production Code 2F23
Original Airdate September 25, 1994
Chalkboard Gag "I will not use abbrev"
Couch Gag T Monty Python's Flying Circus Foot couch gag
Special Guest Voices Albert Brooks as Jacques
Sara Gilbert as Laura Powers
Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob
Jon Lovitz as Artie Ziff
Michelle Pfeiffer as Mindy Simmons
Phil Hartman as Troy McClure
(all in clips only)
Show Runner(s) David Mirkin
Written By Penny Wise
Directed By David Silverman
Clip show
This episode is a clip show.
It features clips from previous episodes.
Mom, romance is dead. It was acquired in a hostile takeover by Hallmark and Disney, homogenized, and sold off piece by piece.
Lisa Simpson

"Another Simpsons Clip Show" is the third episode of Season 6 and originally aired September 25, 1994. It was written by Jon Vitti (who was credited as Penny Wise), and directed by David Silverman.

SynopsisEdit

After "So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show", this is the second clip show in the show's history. Under Marge's insistence, the family go over romantic experiences that occurred in a form of clips from previous episodes.

Full Story Edit

Marge is reading The Bridges of Madison County one night and wakes up Homer to ask if he thinks the romance has gone out of their marriage. He grumbles and throws the book into a fireplace which has suddenly appeared in the bedroom. Marge grumbles back and goes back to sleep.

In the morning, Marge gets the family together to discuss romance, but they can only come up with vignettes from their failed relationships (and in the parents' case, near-extramarital paramours) in the form of clips from the following  episodes:

  • "New Kid on the Block"                                                                                                                 

However, Homer saves the day when he brings up how he and Marge got together (in clips from the second season episode "The Way We Was"). Ultimately, the kids don't care and end up watching Itchy & Scratchy while Homer and Marge share another special moment.

Citations Edit

Season 5 Season 6 Episodes Season 7
Bart of DarknessLisa's RivalAnother Simpsons Clip ShowItchy & Scratchy LandSideshow Bob RobertsTreehouse of Horror VBart's GirlfriendLisa on IceHomer BadmanGrampa vs. Sexual InadequacyFear of FlyingHomer the GreatAnd Maggie Makes ThreeBart's CometHomie the ClownBart vs. AustraliaHomer vs. Patty and SelmaA Star is BurnsLisa's WeddingTwo Dozen and One GreyhoundsThe PTA Disbands'Round SpringfieldThe Springfield ConnectionLemon of TroyWho Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One)

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