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Phil Hartman is the glue that holds this all-timer together. As Lyle Lanley, he oozes charm and smarm, smooth-talking the hapless residents of Springfield into buying his faulty monorail system.
One of the most memorable eps ever. It's the insect overlords; Homer finally getting the ending to Planet of the Apes mid-press conference; the inanimate carbon rod – it's all pretty much perfect.
Mr. Burns at his tyrannical best. The evil billionaire is on never better form as he tries to rig a small-town film festival by throwing millions of dollars at an ego-fuelled production of his life.
Deserving of its place on this list for the wonderful "Bort?" exchange alone. The family's holiday from hell sees the titular theme park suffer a Westworld-style meltdown – it's a classic.Season 6, episode 4
An episode that deals with serious issues –like sexual assault and alarmist media coverage – in a way only Golden Era Simpsons can. The candy convention intro might be the best B story ever.
It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times in this masterful episode, which sees Homer become a union leader at the Power Plant in order to cover the cost of Lisa's braces. And that's the tooth!
Our favorite ever epsiode makes our hearts swell and our sides split as the entire town crams into Ned's bunker as a comet hurtles towards Springfield. And yes, we are disgusted with Rod and Todd.
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