The Simpsons: Around The World In 80 D'ohs! [DVD]
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Four more adventures with everyone's favourite dysfunctional animated family. In 'The Regina Monologues', when Bart finds $1000, Lisa is able to convince him to take the family on vacation. They choose to visit England where Homer promptly rear-ends the Queen with their rental car and ends up in the Tower of London. In '30 Minutes Over Tokyo', after learning how to save money on everything, the Simpson family manages to make it to Tokyo. While there, they lose all their money and must enter a degrading game show called Happy Smile Super Challenge Family Wish Show to win tickets back to Springfield. In 'Blame It On Lisa', when Lisa sheepishly admits that she's been making long-distance calls to Brazil in aid of an orphan she's sponsoring, the whole family decides to head to Rio for a visit. However, upon their arrival Homer is promptly kidnapped and the family have to come up with the ransom money. Finally, in 'Simpsons Safari', tired of constant mistreatment, the bag boys of Springfield go on strike, creating a grocery shortage. Homer's frantic search for food in the house uncovers lost gold in the attic which he uses to take the family on safari in Africa.
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However, I was very impressed with the episodes featured on 'Around The World in 80 D'ohs!", I picked this DVD up cheaply and enjoyed every episode.
The collection's theme is episodes where the Simpson family travel outside the USA. In 'Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo' (season 10) they go to Japan, 'Simpson Safari' (season 12) sees them on a free trip in Africa, Brazil is next on the cards in 'Blame It on Lisa' (season 13) and finally, in 'The Regina Monologues' (season 15, 2003), the Simpsons are in London. The latter episode notably features guest appearances from Jane Leeves, Tony Blair, Evan Marriott, Sir Ian McKellen and J.K. Rowling as themselves.
If, like me, you aren't going to bother buying the full season box sets of the later Simpsons, this themed DVD of great episodes is a good purchase.
I like a lot this dvd. god so cool.
I was really annoyed at one episode which I think was called Simpson Safari:
1. It airs a lot! 2. It's not that funny but when green-peace attack the diamond mining
(oh I'm such a spoiler!) monkey slave driver it's quite laughable!
My favourite was 30 minutes over Tokyo! When The Simpsons practically steal a flight to Tokyo from The Flanders and then get stranded there! They go to a TV show where they have to go through a series of belly-aching challenges!
Overall I rate this 8.67/10! This was fantastic and definitely worth 'Da Munny'!
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Great DVD bought for my brother who is 11 and he loves it. He's a big simpsons fan and was very happy to receive this. It arrived quickly and without any damage.Published 1 month ago by Jade Chapman
Great quality. Arrived quick. Very cheap price compared to everywhere els.Published 6 months ago by Natalie
Christmas gift for grandson (10) who has recently ' discovered ' Simpsons. He is almost bound to love itPublished 9 months ago by Mr. James Murray