Category Archives: Episodes

Season 30 News: A new episode title has been revealed!

The list of episodes continues to fill up, as the title of the eleventh episode of the 30th production season (YABF11) has been revealed. It is titled “I’m Just a Girl Who Can’t Say D’oh“!

The episode will probably air during the 30th broadcast season (2018/19 TV season).

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

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Season 30 News: A Special Guest was announced for “My Way or the Highway to Heaven” and “Baby You Can’t Drive My Car”

A Special Guest has been announced for the Season 30 episodes “My Way or the Highway to Heaven” and “Baby You Can’t Drive My Car“!

In “My Way or the Highway to Heaven”, he will voice himself in Heaven, a reference to his car accident and coma in 2014, when after waking up he said God told him “Your room ain’t ready. I still got something for you to do”. In”Baby You Can’t Drive My Car” he will voice a tow truck driver, who drives past Homer and Marge.

Source: EW.com

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Season 30 News: New information have been revealed!

New information regarding season 30 episodes have been revealed!


Treehouse of Horror XXIX

There is a really good Jurassic Park parody where it’s Geriatric Park. They inject all the senior citizens with dinosaur DNA.


Werking Mom

Marge starts selling “tubberware” but she’s not very good at it. Julio gives her a makeover to boost her confidence and she becomes successful, not realizing everyone thinks she’s a drag queen. The sub-plot is a parody of Amélie, where Lisa does little things to make people happy.

RuPaul will guest star as Himself.


Unknown episodes

There will be a satire of “The Amazing Race”. Marge and Homer are a couple that goes on and immediately loses.

Megan Amram has written two episodes for the season.


The episodes will probably air during the 30th broadcast season (2018/19 TV season).

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

Don’t forget to visit our page on Season 30, as we always try to keep it up-to-date!

Other sources: /Film , Megan Amram on Reddit

Season 30 News: A new episode title has been revealed!

The list of episodes continues to fill up, as the title of the eleventh episode of the 30th production season (YABF11) has been revealed. It is titled “Girl’s in the Band“!

The episode will probably air during the 30th broadcast season (2018/19 TV season).

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

Don’t forget to visit our page on Season 30, as we always try to keep it up-to-date!

Season 30 News: A new episode title has been revealed!

The list of episodes continues to fill up, as the title of the ninth episode of the 30th production season (YABF09) has been revealed. It is titled “E My Sports“!

The episode will probably air during the 30th broadcast season (2018/19 TV season).

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

Don’t forget to visit our page on Season 30, as we always try to keep it up-to-date!

US ratings: Season 29 closes low on a highly competitive night

Homer is desperately trying to keep the ratings up by not using what the rest of his family are that brought them down in the first place.

The “American Idol” finale performances, the “Billboard Music Awards” and a two-hour finale of “NCIS: Los Angeles” – “The Simpsons” didn’t have much of a chance, and dipped further into the dreaded fractions the show has called a home for the past few months (bar one occasion).

Sunday’s season closer performed below-average, sliding for the second time ever to a 0.8 rating, with a 3% share and 2.1 million viewers. (It’s unknown at this point the full unrounded demo rating (if it’s below 0.84, it’s a new series low).)

In both the demo rating and viewership, it tied the lows of 0.8 and 2.1m, respectively, made by “Homer Is Where The Art Isn’t” on March 18, which was the first episode after a long hiatus.

The episode skewed 52% in the target 18-49 demographic, which equates to 1.1m viewers in that age range.

The episode’s numbers are down from the previous episode (0.9/4, 2.142m) and last season’s finale (0.9, 2.15m).

In terms of the other shows on FOX that evening, “The Simpsons” tied in the demo rating with the FOX finale of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Family Guy” (although it’s likely the latter beat “The Simpsons” in the unrounded demo ratings again), yet beat the others in viewership – as it was, once again, the only show of the night on FOX to be seen by more than two million people.

In terms of Live+SD averages, this season averaged 1.43 in the demo and 3.45 million in total viewership – in stark contrast to last season’s averages of 1.76 and 4.15 million viewers.

As said in the title, there was heavy competition on Sunday night, with around 21-23 million circulating on the other three broadcast networks during the episode’s timeslot – higher than usual for this time of year, when viewing levels are usually lower.

I’ll be back in at most a month to look at how the season performed as a whole, once the full catch-up figures are posted. Until then – or October 2 – I bid you farewell.

Sources: TVBytheNumbers, SpottedRatings, ShowBuzzDaily

Season 30 News: A new episode title has been revealed!

The list of episodes continues to fill up, as the title of the eighth episode of the 30th production season (YABF08) has been revealed. It is titled “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)“!

The episode will probably air during the 30th broadcast season (2018/19 TV season).

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

Don’t forget to visit our page on Season 30, as we always try to keep it up-to-date!