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The Simpsons: Heaven and Hell [DVD]
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Four episodes from the popular animated comedy series, in which everyone's favourite dysfunctional family tussle with heaven and the other place. In 'Bart Sells His Soul', Bart attempts to reclaim his soul after Lisa makes him aware of the error of his ways. 'In Marge We Trust' sees the Simpsons' blue-haired matriarch attempting to make Reverend Lovejoy aware that being a minister entails doing more than just not caring about anybody. In 'Treehouse of Horror IV', the Simpsons experience four creepy 'Twilight Zine/Outer Limits' spoofs, including one featuring a vampiric Mr Burns. Finally, Homer sets up his own religion in 'Homer the Heretic', as he sees no reason to attend church in the freezing cold. What clinches it is when Homer has a dream in which God actually agrees with his plan. Doh!
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'Heaven and Hell' contains four religious-themed episodes of the show: 'Bart Sells His Soul' (season 7, 1995), 'In Marge We Trust' (season 8, 1997), 'Homer the Heretic' (season 4, 1992), and the fourth entry in the 'Treehouse of Terror' series: 'Treehouse of Horror IV' (season 5, 1993). The DVD is worth having for the first and latter episodes alone. 'Homer the Heretic' is notable for the appearance of God, who speaks to Homer after he decides to miss church.
This compilation offers plenty of classic laughs with The Simpsons, and a few things which might encourage you to think more seriously about, all at a budget price.
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