The Front (The Simpsons)
“The Front” is the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons’ fourth season. It originally aired in the United States on the Fox network on April 15, 1993. The episode concludes with a self-contained segment, complete with its own theme song.
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“The Front” is the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons’ fourth season. It originally aired in the United States on the Fox network on April 15, 1993. In the episode, Bart and Lisa write an episode of Itchy & Scratchy, but their script is rejected. They resubmit it under the name of their grandfather Abraham Simpson, resulting in Grampa being hired as a staff writer. Meanwhile, Homer returns to high school to retake a failed science course. The episode concludes with a self-contained segment, complete with its own theme song, titled The Adventures of Ned Flanders. It is the only Simpsons episode written by Adam I. Lapidus, causing some dispute among the show’s fans as to whether he actually exists or was perhaps a pseudonym. The font used in the title card is similar to the font used by Archie Comics, which sometimes used a similar technique to fill a final page in the episode’s final scene.
The short was designed as filler and had nothing to do with the events of the episode. About the episode: “As always, we try to try something bold and new and the general reaction is, ‘What the hell was that?” The episode was written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein to produce the seven season seven episode “22 Short Films”. About Fox: “The network censors the episode when it airs. It’s not a great episode, but it’s a good one.” “About the Simpsons” is available on DVD in the U.S. and Canada, priced between $3.99 and $5.99. For more information on how to order your copy of “The Front,” visit the official Simpsons website or go to www.simpsons.com. “The Simpsons” website is also available in the UK and Europe.
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