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By - Christen

The Crepes of Wrath

“Our school participates in a foreign exchange program.” “The Crepes of Wrath” is the eleventh episode of Season 1. Agnes Skinner made her first appearance on the show in this episode, although her voice is different to that of later episodes. Synopsis When Bart flushes a cherry bomb down the toilet, Principal Skinner suggests that he should partake in a

By - Christen

Homer's Night Out

In case you get hungry, there’s an open beer in the fridge. Synopsis Bart purchases a spy camera through a catalogue, and Homer goes to a stag party at a local restaurant. The rest of the family goes to the restaurant coincidentally, and Bart snaps a picture of Homer dancing with a belly dancer, Princess Kashmir. Soon, all of Springfield

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Life on the Fast Lane

It’s Marge’s birthday and Homer has to get her a birthday present. Instead of getting a present for Marge, he buys a bowling ball for himself with his name printed on it. Marge is mad that he didn’t get her a present and she says she will use it. The following day, she goes to the bowling alley but she

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Friends Season 1 Episode 9

With their parents away, Monica and Ross decide to have Thanksgiving dinner at Monica’s. Rachel plans to go to Vail to spend Thanksgiving with her family, but, with her waitress’ salary, can’t raise the money for the plane tickets. However, her friends all chip in and buy her one. Joey wants to spend Thanksgiving with his family, but a poster

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Friends Season 1 Episode 8

“The One Where Nana Dies Twice” was the eighth episode of the first season of Friends which aired on NBC on November 10, 1994. Ross and Monica go to the bedside of their dying grandmother, who passes away and then momentarily returns to life before dying again. Chandler questions his sexual persona when a colleague wants to arrange a date

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Friends Season 1 Episode 7

The One With The Blackout A power outage blacks out most of New York City (due to a mishap on Mad About You). Chandler, to his delight finds himself trapped inside an ATM vestibule with Victoria’s Secret model Jill Goodacre. She lets him use her cell-phone, and offers him gum which he instantly regrets refusing. He accidentally spits out her

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Friends Season 1 Episode 6

“The One With The Butt” was the sixth episode of the Season 1 of Friends. Joey is signed by a talent agency and lands a role in the new Al Pacino film. Meanwhile, Chandler dates a woman who already has a husband and a boyfriend, while Monica deals with her compulsive cleanliness. Plot The friends attend Joey’s new musical, Freud!

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Friends Season 1 Episode 5

The One With The East German Laundry Detergen “The One With The East German Laundry Detergent” is the fifth episode of the first season of Friends, which aired on October 20, 1994. Chandler needs Phoebe’s help to break up with Janice. Ross attempts to flirt with Rachel at the laundromat. Joey goes on a fake double-date with Monica in an

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Blood Feud

“I’m with you, Homer! Fight the Power!” — Barney Gumble Blood Feud is the twenty-second and final episode of Season 2. It was originally broadcast on Fox in August 11, 1991. The episode was written by George Meyer and directed David Silverman. The episode includes the debut of the Olmec head Xtapolapocetl, which would become a common background prop in