In Defence Of Homer Simpson: Last Exit to Springfield

Inspired by a Church Sermon that said “don’t be like Homer Simpson”, I started watching The Simpsons to decide. Is he really that bad? Here’s an attempt at forming a defence based on “Last Exit to Springfield”.

Otherwise known as the one where “Lisa Needs Braces”

Choice of episode having everything to do with my trip to the dentist that morning.

In The defence of Homer Simpson: Life on the fast lane

Inspired by a Church Sermon that said “don’t be like Homer Simpson”, I started watching The Simpsons to decide. Is he really that bad? Here’s an attempt at forming a defence based on “Life on the fast lane”. Otherwise known as “The episode of The Simpsons when Homer gives Marge a bowling ball”.

Episode quality wise – its no Telltale head, and it is one of the ones where people remember Homer for giving a truly stupid present. BUT two things here:

The thing that really seems to make a difference here is Homer complimenting his wife.

And…

All the adults are idiots in this one.

Really…

In Defence Of Homer Simpson – The Telltale Head

Inspired by a Church Sermon that said “don’t be like Homer Simpson”, I started watching The Simpsons to decide. Is he really that bad? Here’s what I thought of The Telltale Head:

In the Telltale Head, Bart pulls a prank, asks Homer for advice, the family go to church, and father and son face the first Springfield mob – together. Somewhere in the midst of the above we have a look at what and how we show respect.

Which is all really deep and really packed for a Simpsons episode – and not a long one either.

In Defence of Homer Simpson – “Moaning Lisa”

Based on a church sermon which at one point commented “Don’t be like Homer Simpson”, this is a series of podcasts where I try and defend the man, the legend, parent, and Christian that is, Homer Simpson.

This is where I watch “Moaning Lisa” – Where Homer attempts to cheer up his daughter, and engages with Barts video game playing.

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In Defence of Homer Simpson – “Bart The General”

A podcast series inspired by a sermon, who used the example of Homer Simpson from The Simpsons, and said… “Don’t be like Homer Simpson”

This is where I try and defend the man, the legend, parent, and Christian that is, Homer Simpson.

This is where I watch “Bart The General” – Where Homer tries to listen to his son…

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In Defence Of Homer Simpson: Homer’s Odyssey

Have you ever been inspired by a sermon to start something?

Well, based on a church sermon which at one point commented “Don’t be like Homer Simpson”, this is a series of podcasts where I try and defend the man, the legend, parent, and Christian that is, Homer Simpson.

This is where I watch Homer’s Odyssey. Where Homer has a massive test of integrity…

Which… you know… he passes…

In The Defence of Homer Simpson: Bart The Genius

Have you ever been inspired by a sermon to start something?

Well, based on a church sermon which said “Don’t be like Homer Simpson”, this is a series of podcasts where I try and show, that we are all a bit like Homer Simpson – and wonder if that would really be a bad thing anyway.

This is where I watch Bart The Genius. Where the worst that Homer does is take an interest in his son*.

I admit, its because Bart isn’t who Homer thinks he is, but you know…

In Defence of Homer Simpson

Once up on a time, I heard a sermon with the advice. “Don’t be like Homer Simpson”.

Now at around March last year, I started a podcast around day trips, and things to do in Devon. Well obviously, that didn’t go to plan, and well… I’ve been meaning to do something with the podcast for a while.

Here’s the start of a new series “In Defence of Homer Simpson”, where I sit down, watch The Simpsons, and formulate a defence of Homer Simpson as a parent and a human being, while also talking covid, storms, and whiskey.

Give it a listen here:

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