The Simpsons. [No. 306, 1991-10-24], Like Father, Like Clown


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Created: 2003
Disc contains six episodes.

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The Simpsons. [No. 301, 1991-09-19], Stark Raving Dad
Summary: "Currently in our fifteenth season, The Simpsons has consistently been hailed by critics as one of the leading commentaries on pop culture. The animation gives us a unique opportunity to explore plot lines beyond the resources of live action programs. The episodes we have chosen represent a diversity of style which we strive to maintain. The Simpsons is worthy of merit for our consistent ability to combine cutting-edge satire with heartwarming and entertaining stories."--2003 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt.

Homer spends some time in a mental hospital. Bart forgets Lisa's birthday but writes her a special song with help from "Michael Jackson," Homer's fellow former mental patient.

Corporate Producers: Gracie Films | 20th Century Fox Television

Persons Appearing: Dan Castellaneta (Voice) | Nancy Cartwright (Voice) | Julie Kavner (Voice) | Harry Shearer (Voice) | Hank Azaria (Voice) | Yeardley Smith (Voice) | John Jay Smith (Guest (Leon Kompowsky))

Broadcast Date: September 9, 1991

The Simpsons. [No. 302, 1991-09-26], Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington
Summary: "Currently in our fifteenth season, The Simpsons has consistently been hailed by critics as one of the leading commentaries on pop culture. The animation gives us a unique opportunity to explore plot lines beyond the resources of live action programs. The episodes we have chosen represent a diversity of style which we strive to maintain. The Simpsons is worthy of merit for our consistent ability to combine cutting-edge satire with heartwarming and entertaining stories."--2003 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt.

Lisa wins a trip to Washington, D.C., where she witnesses and exposes political corruption.

Corporate Producers: Gracie Films | 20th Century Fox Television

Persons Appearing: Dan Castellaneta (Voice) | Nancy Cartwright (Voice) | Julie Kavner (Voice) | Harry Shearer (Voice) | Hank Azaria (Voice) | Yeardley Smith (Voice)

Broadcast Date: September 26, 1991

The Simpsons. [No. 303, 1991-10-03], When Flanders Failed
Summary: "Currently in our fifteenth season, The Simpsons has consistently been hailed by critics as one of the leading commentaries on pop culture. The animation gives us a unique opportunity to explore plot lines beyond the resources of live action programs. The episodes we have chosen represent a diversity of style which we strive to maintain. The Simpsons is worthy of merit for our consistent ability to combine cutting-edge satire with heartwarming and entertaining stories."--2003 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt.

Ned Flanders opens a store featuring products for left-handed people. Homer, who had wished that it would fail, feels guilty when it does.

Corporate Producers: Gracie Films | 20th Century Fox Television

Persons Appearing: Dan Castellaneta (Voice) | Nancy Cartwright (Voice) | Julie Kavner (Voice) | Harry Shearer (Voice) | Hank Azaria (Voice) | Yeardley Smith (Voice)

Broadcast Date: October 3, 1991

The Simpsons. [No. 304, 1991-10-10], Bart the Murderer
Summary: "Currently in our fifteenth season, The Simpsons has consistently been hailed by critics as one of the leading commentaries on pop culture. The animation gives us a unique opportunity to explore plot lines beyond the resources of live action programs. The episodes we have chosen represent a diversity of style which we strive to maintain. The Simpsons is worthy of merit for our consistent ability to combine cutting-edge satire with heartwarming and entertaining stories."--2003 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt.

While his class goes on a field trip to a chocolate factory, Bart joins the Springfield mob.

Corporate Producers: Gracie Films | 20th Century Fox Television

Persons Appearing: Dan Castellaneta (Voice) | Nancy Cartwright (Voice) | Julie Kavner (Voice) | Harry Shearer (Voice) | Hank Azaria (Voice) | Yeardley Smith (Voice) | Joe Mantegna (Guest (Fat Tony)) | Phil Hartman (Guest) | Neil Patrick Harris (Guest) | Marcia Wallace (Guest)

Broadcast Date: October 10, 1991

The Simpsons. [No. 305, 1991-10-17], Homer Defined
Summary: "Currently in our fifteenth season, The Simpsons has consistently been hailed by critics as one of the leading commentaries on pop culture. The animation gives us a unique opportunity to explore plot lines beyond the resources of live action programs. The episodes we have chosen represent a diversity of style which we strive to maintain. The Simpsons is worthy of merit for our consistent ability to combine cutting-edge satire with heartwarming and entertaining stories."--2003 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt.

Homer prevents a meltdown at the nuclear plant but ascribes his heroism to luck.

Corporate Producers: Gracie Films | 20th Century Fox Television

Persons Appearing: Dan Castellaneta (Voice) | Nancy Cartwright (Voice) | Julie Kavner (Voice) | Harry Shearer (Voice) | Hank Azaria (Voice) | Yeardley Smith (Voice) | Magic Johnson (Guest (Himself))

Broadcast Date: October 17, 1991

The Simpsons. [No. 306, 1991-10-24], Like Father, Like Clown
Summary: "Currently in our fifteenth season, The Simpsons has consistently been hailed by critics as one of the leading commentaries on pop culture. The animation gives us a unique opportunity to explore plot lines beyond the resources of live action programs. The episodes we have chosen represent a diversity of style which we strive to maintain. The Simpsons is worthy of merit for our consistent ability to combine cutting-edge satire with heartwarming and entertaining stories."--2003 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt.

After Krusty the Clown reveals that he is estranged from his father, a rabbi, Bart and Lisa help Rabbi Krustofski reconcile with his son.

Corporate Producers: Gracie Films | 20th Century Fox Television

Persons Appearing: Dan Castellaneta (Voice) | Nancy Cartwright (Voice) | Julie Kavner (Voice) | Harry Shearer (Voice) | Hank Azaria (Voice) | Yeardley Smith (Voice) | Jackie Mason (Guest (Rabbi Krustofski))

Broadcast Date: October 24, 1991