The backstory to his saintly behavior isn’t really too well explained, but I like expecially when he tries to keep it cool between the badly-rebuilt house crumbling and him lashing out at everyone present – another moment I also liked, but I’d rather that he delivered a vicious tirade at Homer, rather than just saying he’s the worst person Ned’s ever met before storming off. Irvin and Nacho continue their Flanders Month celebrations by recounting one of the lowest points in Ned Flander’s life! It’s interesting, but not something I try to regard with Flanders in future episodes. Fans have accused Bill and Josh of trying to rewrite their own canon to the show during their tenure as showrunners. – Great bit with Marge and the Rubick’s cube and the other family members barking ridiculous orders at her, like to use her main finger and turn a side “topwise.” She eventually gets fed up (“Now I remember why I put this down here in the first place!”) – Despite the hurricane, they’re about to execute someone in the prison, but the roof rips off and the convict is sent flying out of the electric chair, much to the disappointment of the others. Seems unfair to pin his regression on one episode. - The hurricane's over. He’s cured, the end.” It just doesn’t work, especially when nothing ever came out of this afterwards. "The Simpsons" Hurricane Neddy (TV Episode 1996) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Episode tersebut awalnya disiarkan dalam saluran Fox di Amerika Serikat pada 29 Desember 1996. When the revelation and the resolution occur within three minutes of each other, it doesn’t quite feel worth it. HE’S VERY VERY ANNOYING!!!!!!!! Homer's ''you so crazy!'' But despite my questions on the worthiness of this character exploration, it was somewhat intriguing, and where there were jokes that didn’t go too far, and even those that did, they were funny. Brothers (9 10) Movie CLIP - Sam Loses It (2009) HD. In fact, I hate you! A series of setbacks followed Troy McClure’s professional success in the ‘70s, possibly due to rumors of his fish fetish. “Hurricane Neddy” is relentless with its jokes, to be honest. Stay the hell away from me, because from now on, we're enemies!” Frank Grimes declaring himself Homer's enemy "Homer's Enemy" is the twenty-third episode of Season 8. It’s an episode that to me has many glaring issues, but I can’t bring myself to hate it because it has too many funny bits. Take that Dick Tracy! There’s not actually a resolution at the end, so for all the hand wringing we don’t even get a suitable excuse as to why any of it mattered. Frank Grimes, known as “Homer’s Enemy” (S8, E23), is the only person to see Homer for what he really is: a lazy, incompetent, inconsiderate oaf. If you don’t think about it it seems like another romp, but this changes things fundamentally. I am laughing a lot, but the second half just feels kind of meh. I agree with Mike: this is a very good episode, with great gags and an interesting story. Jesus! At that very moment, Mr. Burns jokes to Smithers that he’ll donate a million dollars to the local orphanage … when pigs fly. “BREATH YOUR DAMN MOUTH!” / “CAN’T YOU SEE THIS MAN IS ANNOYING? At long last, Ned reaches his breaking point, chewing out all of the Springfield residents, then calmly drives himself to the town mental hospital to commit himself. When the storm blows over, they go outside and find the Flanders' home has been demolished. For example: Character A: And then what happened? You coast through life, you do as little as possible, and you leech off of decent, hardworking people like me.” The dressing down to end them all, though, comes from Flanders after his house (and life) collapses in “Hurricane Neddy” (S8, E8). Oh, and let’s not forget his starring role as “The Human” in the musical Stop the Planet of the Apes, I Want to Get Off! January 17, 2019 • 83 minutes Hurricane Neddy. To keep his career alive, he appears in (seemingly) every small project that comes his way. (originally aired December 29, 1996) Tone is an important thing to establish and maintain throughout your story. Listen, everybody. The Season Eight episode "Hurricane Neddy" shows she's finally been apprehended, as she is an inmate in the asylum. '”) Bart is stupefied (“I am shocked and appalled.”) Moe comes in a close second (“You ugly, hate-filled man!” “Hey, hey, I may be ugly and hate-filled, but I… um, what was the third thing you said?”) A trip through the air ducts, a bungee dive for the keys, a suction dart gun, and a glide across the room from a Krusty the Clown hanger end in victory of the badass-est variety. It only gets worse as he becomes asshole judgmental fundamentalist Ned. It truly is a funny episode. Short story expert Anton Chekhov believed in tossing out everything but the essential in a story, famously writing, “If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. Homer is pulled back into the basement a la ''Twister''. My favorite outburst is probably the one directed at Bart (“Okay, duuuuude! I absolutely love this episode and consider it one of the best Simpsons ever. … Now I’m Prune Face! Found 2 sentences matching phrase "Hurricane Neddy".Found in 1 ms. However, the way it handles Flanders’s character really kills the episode. It almost seems too cartoonish given the established gravitas. lol.that sound you might hear every few secs is my goddamn hiccups which dont come very foten but came while recording this! Do they all know the words, the melody, and the choreography without ever rehearsing? And he really does hate Homer? It's where your interests connect you with your people. – Other familiar faces at the mental hospital include Ms. Botz, John Swartzwelder and Jay Sherman (“It stinks! Pinafore. The Simpsons rerun of the week: “Hurricane Neddy,” wherein Ned Flanders’s house is destroyed in a hurricane and then, when Springfield completely fucks up … For any plotline or joke that requires new surroundings, everything from beaches and mountains to deserts and swampland is conveniently accessible. At a town meeting, con artist Lyle Lanley convinces the residents of Springfield to build a monorail with the three million dollars Mr. Burns was fined for dumping nuclear waste in the city park. ... Jay also had a short cameo in season eight's "Hurricane Neddy" where he is a patient at a mental hospital, ... About All The Tropes; Robot War would also be an appropriate trope to describe this fan-favorite episode. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on December 29, 1996. I don’t even think of it as ruining Ned’s character. I feel like I'm coming apart here. Yeah, the ending leaves me perplexed too. January 28, 2012 ~ Mike! Watching the eternally optimistic Ned slowly lose hope is kind of interesting, but almost goes too far; the scene where he prays to God at night is pretty melodramatic for the purposes of the show. I don't like you! Many Springfielders are prone to tirades, but the standouts both target Homer. But little Miss Simpson’s moment of glory is The Great Pacifier Rescue of Season 4 (E2) during her stint at the Ayn Rand School for Tots. But the problem is how Ned turned out to be; it really destroys his wonderful character, in a worse way than “Principal and the Pauper” for Skinner(that episode was clearly a joke-plot to me, and I never seen that so offensive; only uninspired). There's a thing TV Tropes calls Unfortunate Implications, and this seems to apply here: The only thing stopping the black guy ... (e.g. There’s also the fact that she’s an infant and, naturally, easy to underestimate. Man Smart Woman Smarter is a calypso song variously credited as being composed by Norman Span King Radio D. L. Miller, F. Kuhn, and Charles Harris potential of Twitter | Blog. It’s got some great moments, but I wasn’t enjoying myself as much as I was with the first half. Ned Flanders goes CRAZY!! As for everything else… Ned’s a smart guy. Many U.S. states are home to at least one “Springfield,” further clouding the conundrum. This was no mindless Saturday-morning pap, no standard superhero reiteration. Homer: Oh Lisa! Grisly, but funny. ... About All The Tropes; This trope isn’t named for The Simpsons, but it might as well be. This show of course is primarily comedic, but has expertly pulled off episodes with a greater dramatic and serious slant with assorted jokes peppered in. This is another trope named for The Simpsons, in which the setting (usually the city and/or state) of a fictional work is shrouded in mystery for comedic or dramatic purposes. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on December 29, 1996. His victims include Marge, Bart, Lisa, Chief Wiggum, Krusty the … ( Log Out /  Instead, it was sharp satire, disaster and dysfunction, and—above all—a big bowl of comedy spiked with cultural references. Springfield’s indeterminable location has long been a recurring gag of the series. principle in the pauper is a fucking travesty, in how it treat the characters and the characterizations, and also how it treat the audience with such dripping contempt. Todd? The idea that Religion could also be somewhat of a coping mechanism for him makes him that much more of a person and gives him more depth overall. To quote Ned himself, the whole origin story seemed like the answer to a question no one asked. An aggressive spanking therapy manager to keep Ned’s violent outbursts suppressed, almost to a fault, where he now is physically incapable of expressing any negativity. Good guys are well-known of their personalities, traits and actions. It’s Maggie who shoots Mr. Burns (S6, E25/S7, E1), saves Homer from drowning (S11, E6), and takes out the Mafia, sniper-style, when they threaten her family (S13, E22). Tidbits and Quotes along the same lines of “Sneed’s Seed and Feed (Formerly Chuck’s)”, the writers placed the fans and viewers of this show on a higher pedastal than “regular” viewers, and rewarded us with treats such as these. I don’t know if I like the idea presented in this show that he’s been suppressing all of this rage toward everyone in town. HeadStuff is all about putting buckets of interesting stuff in one place. Take that -” and then is intercepted by the doctor before he gets out the next set of words: Dick Face. – The treacle is laid on pretty thick as Marge prays for an end to the hurricane, followed by the family surprised to find it over, but Homer finds a way to cut through it (“He fell for it! I don’t care for this episode very much. There’s some jokes about crowd hysteria in preparation (Hurricane Chow is a great gag), but when the storm hits, it’s pretty severe, or at least treated as such with the Simpson family huddled worriedly in the basement. Hurricane Neddy. Ned then asks if God is punishing him. (no explanation necessary). We all spend so much of our time clicking through reams of content and sometimes not reading anything of interest at all. Anyone who’s seen Titanic would know better. A solid season 8 entry. I’m really surprised to see people not liking this one. … Now I’m Prune Tracy! Nothing brings a family like the Simpsons—or a town like Springfield—together quite like a Crowd Song. The Simpson Family. For example: Character A: And then what happened? It’s a flawed, but still mostly satisfying episode. NO POPCORN #29 | BEST & WORST OF CINEMA IN 2020, Poem of the Week | Two Poems by Maeve McKenna, NO ENCORE #252 | NO ENCORE QUIZ OF 2020~! The trope refers to a once-popular actor’s resurgence in a new project. On one hand, it’s an interesting backstory presented, giving a bit more reasoning to Ned’s character and his kooky catch phrases. Citizens rebuild the flanders' hurricane-Damaged house. "Hurricane Neddy" adalah episode kedelapan dari musim kedelapan The Simpsons. Change ). The idea of testing Ned’s faith by reversing the standard formula of “Good things happen to the Flanderses while the Simpsons struggle” has a lot of potential and could be a great way to explore the character. I know the house fell apart, and that was the joke, but at least they TRIED. Remarkable. Heh. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on March 16, 2003. Everything stinks.”) His “Reason You Suck” speech calls out Homer’s effortless success despite his many flaws: “You’re what’s wrong with America, Simpson. BCDB Rating: "Hurricane Neddy" has not yet received enough votes to be rated. In “Sunday, Cruddy Sunday” (S10, E12), Marge never quite finishes reciting her address: “742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield, Oh-hiya Maude, come on in!” In “Lisa Gets an A” (S10, E7), Superintendent Chalmers cites Springfield Elementary as the most dilapidated school in Missouri … only to explain, when Principal Skinner and Lisa give him an odd look, that this was the reason the school was “shut down and moved here, brick by brick.”. lol It demonstrates the writers fundamentally did not get how the earlier show runners defined Ned. Welcome to the podcast that love built! Where the Hell is Springfield? Springfield’s biggest badass is also its tiniest member: Maggie Simpson. Even if the thing fell apart, it seemed a bit much for him to go completely insane over. During the late 2000s, the show has aired in syndication. There he is reunited with child psychiatrist Dr. Foster, who illuminates his repressed childhood memories. What more could I do? And it tends to be satisfying for the audience, especially if the response is a “Reason You Suck” Speech in the opposite direction. Most notably—and, perhaps, least realistically—Homer trains as an astronaut in “Deep Space Homer” (S5, E15) and goes on a mission aboard NASA’s Corvair space shuttle. The first half is down right hilarious. '”) Homer lazily enjoys his latest mid-afternoon nap outside when the winds begin to pick up. – Classic Homer thinking; he rips the backdoor of the house off to board up the back window. I didn’t remember this episode too well, but I think it’s more damaging character-wise than “Principal and the Pauper.” So Ned has this seething anger that he feels all the time but can’t get it out? I also like Rod’s innocent glee over his shirt (“Look, Daddy, Todd is stupid and I’m with him. Hurricane Neddy is the eighth episode of the eighth season of The Simpsons. …hmm, I’m not sure if I agree with this one. With episodes like this, I can sort of see what they mean. It is pretty hard to buy. Ned and Homer have a back-and-forth, Ned admits he hates his parents, he’s cured, end episode. The way it was cut implies that Ned suggested Homer anyway. In the episode, Hurrican 2.25 5 2. But on the other hand it leaves this dark under hanging to him that is going to stick with me. The spanking thing was a bit weird though. the comment about Bill and Josh is spot on, I think. Sideshow Bob follows the Simpson Thompson family to their new boathouse on Terror Lake while they listen to the works of Gilbert and Sullivan. The idea that Flanders has this secret anger that he can never let out adds an undertone to his character that I just don’t like. Citizens rebuild the Flanders' hurricane-damaged house. I've even kept Kosher just to be on the safe side. Here are ten of the most memorable Simpsons tropes: The Simpsons, of course, gave the Couch Gag trope its name. Hurricane Neddy “Why me, Lord? It’s the part he was born to play. …….One thing. That doesn’t mean those feelings don’t still exist, it just means that he tries to think, uh, “What Would Jesus Do?” … now, obviously, later characterizations of him make him just go “GOD! Character B: Well, to make a long story short, I won't be going to the Noodle Emporium anytime soon. Metacritic TV Episode Reviews, Hurricane Neddy, After a hurricane blows through Springfield and destroys only Ned Flanders' home, Ned snaps. The best use of Chekhov’s Gun is perhaps in “Cape Feare” (S5, E2). eipeasóid: 161 Cód táirgeachta: 4F07 Dáta craolta: 29 Nollaig 1996: Scríobhneoir: Steve Young: Stiúrthóir: Bob Anderson: Eipeasóidí sa sraith 8 "Treehouse of Horror VII” "You Only Move Twice” "The Homer They Fall” "Burns, Baby Burns” "Bart After Dark” "A Milhouse Divided” "Lisa's Date with Density” "Hurricane Neddy” Still, it’s worth the watch just for Ned snapping at the town, which is still one of my favorite Simpsons moments. Dr. Foster said, “Is there anyone who particularly annoys you?” then we cut to Homer getting the call. The Simpsons is famous for its clever, catchy Crowd Songs, many of which parody pop music or classic musicals. – Very clever that we don’t see the complete wording of Todd’s “Butthole Surfers” T-shirt. Oh, Neddy, it … It ends up making Homer’s response quite accurate, regardless of how lackadaisically he takes it (“Hey, I got off easy.”). However, the worst part is how rushed the ending is. Ned is still crazy — though at this time he wasn’t the God FREAK he later became, he still clearly turned to religion to cater against his feelings of anger/resentment/insanity, just like lots of people do. A sister trope to It's a Long Story, this is a Stock Phrase, usually pulled out when a character sums up something really complicated with a few choice words.Either that, or they're using the phrase ironically. This stupid, hateful town built them a house in a day! The subject matter of this one is particularly grave, almost too much so at times, where the humor is sometimes a bit too wacky for its surroundings. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. For the record, you might remember Troy McClure from such films as Dial M for Murderousness and The Greatest Story Ever Hula-ed; such educational and self-help videos as Alice Doesn’t Live Anymore and Locker Room Towel Fights: The Blinding of Larry Driscoll; and such automated information kiosks as Welcome to Springfield Airport and Where’s Nordstrom? Oh well. I don't drink or dance or swear. Whuh?). This episode feel the same way to me. Post your Comments or Review This page has been … A sleepy D oh - All have pushed button after button on The Simpsons’s legendary joke machine. What’s going on?”) and Moe (“I may be ugly and hateful, but I… uh, what was the third thing you said?”)), “Yes, Mr. Sherman, everything stinks.”, “Past instances in which I professed to like you were fraudulent.”, “We’ve tried nothing, and we’re all out of ideas.”, and a few other mild bits I’ve forgotten. “Faith”, if you will. It also does feel out of character for Ned regardless of what the intentions were. (originally aired December 29, 1996) The Simpsons, being such a Long Runner1, has naturally amassed many episodes (more than 500, in fact). Tone is an important thing to establish and maintain throughout your story. Many Simpsons episodes frontload the best jokes in the first act, before the main story and the emotional stakes kick in (it’s also a great way to make the audience receptive to the episode), but this one keeps it going through the end. This episode is a very weird breed of episode. GOD! Live-Action TV. After a hurricane hits Springfield and destroys Ned Flanders' house, he suffers a breakdown and is forced to confront problems from his childhood. His friendship is much more aggravating and dangerous to him than his mild scorn, and it just eats away at him. “I don’t quite get why they get Homer in there at the end; he’s never overtly annoyed or agitated Ned”. It just goes to show you that everything will work out if you have faith. In “The Blunder Years” (S13, E5), Burly paper towels come unexpectedly to the rescue in draining a local quarry. Ned, you so cra-zay. Which is a rather morbid note to end on. Doomed, however, to trip over his own ego, Sideshow Bob grants one last request to a cornered and desperate Bart: a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta H.M.S. Well, Cue the Flying Pigs. The end credits also feature the occasional Couch Gag—most notably pee-wee football coach Homer “cutting” many of the people appearing in the credits from his team in “Bart Star” (Season 9, Episode 6). Maude? This trope, weirdly enough, leads to them pulling a genuine Heel Face Turn and ally themselves with them, after realizing Eddy's Brother is a way greater threat than the Eds could ever hope to be. His “coping mechanism” is God, I guess. HeadStuff.org is a collaborative hub for the creative and the curious. His victims include Marge, Bart, Lisa, Chief Wiggum, Krusty the Clown, Lenny, and Moe. A miracle seems to have happened when he finds the townspeople have banded together to rebuild his house, until he sees it’s so completely ramshackle that it collapses after the grand tour. In that very episode, he starts his own security company and winds up police chief. I do like the concept of Flanders’s parents making him into the way he is, but the way this episode showed it just didn’t work. The winner by mob vote, though, is “The Monorail Song” (S4, E12). Is it time for every character to burst spontaneously into song? The Simpsons S08E08 Hurricane Neddy - Ned Explodes. In 1989, The Simpsons came on our television sets, took everything we thought we knew about animation, and kicked it in the crotch. ( Log Out /  I find it totally consistent with what was established in the past, and whilst he would go on to become a weak imitation of himself – so do ALL the characters. Everything gone-diddilly-on. It’s a speech delivered from one character to another (usually a combination of the villain and hero, or between villains or heroes) that attacks aspects of the listener’s person, methods, or morals. You’ve got yourself a Crowd Song. Hurricane Barbara viciously strikes Springfield but, by pure chance, the house of Ned Flanders is the only one destroyed. It’s not a terrible episode overall, but it really does put a big dent on Flanders’s character. Hallelujah. It may be cathartic or accusatory, but it’s usually spot-on. – Like to hear Kent Brockman’s latent sexism (“If you think naming a destructive storm after a woman is sexist, you obviously have never seen the gals grabbing for items at a clearance sale”) and Marge’s dimunitive response (“That’s true, but he shouldn’t say it.”) Ned Flanders' berserk button, when he finally snaps at his friends and neighbors, including Homer Simpson after they crudely rebuild his house. Seemed a bit much. is a sentiment shared—and even, sometimes, a line uttered—by characters who are minutes away from meeting their doom. Rod? It stinks! But the convict ends up lodged in a telephone poll, electrocuting him, and the crowd cheers. The grand finale: “Homer … you are the worst human being I have ever met.”. Naturally, the episode ends with a collective “D’oh!” and a lesson stubbornly unlearned. I’m kind of torn when it comes to examining the origins of secondary characters. The trope refers to a once-popular actor’s resurgence in a new project. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. A show that hates its audience does not deserve them. A hurricane blows through Springfield, and Flanders' house is the only one that takes damage, leaving the Flanders' homeless and reeling. An episode-by-episode retrospective of a truly cromulent show. He’d been angry, just repressed it. Has-been B-movie actor Troy McClure’s catch phrase You Might Remember Me From … introduced much of the show’s best word play. Homer could carry this trope entirely on his own (and then, probably, turn “Trope Transport” into a new career). Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. There doesn't seem to be any damage at all. Way to go, Marge!”) A sister trope to It's a Long Story, this is a Stock Phrase, usually pulled out when a character sums up something really complicated with a few choice words.Either that, or they're using the phrase ironically. ( Log Out /  Let’s meet our Terran counterparts, slap a goatee on Saru, and start a-stabbing everybody. “I’m Dick Tracy! Leave it to The Simpsons to contrive a flying pig scene that—contextually, at least—makes perfect sense. In “Poppa’s Got a Brand New Badge” (S13, E22), Homer lists dozens of jobs he’s pursued over the years: boxer, mascot, baby proofer, imitation Krusty, truck driver, plow driver, food critic, conceptual artist, grease salesman, carny, mayor, grifter, body guard for the mayor, garbage commissioner, mountain climber, farmer, inventor, Smithers, Poochie, celebrity assistant, power plant worker, fortune cookie writer, beer baron, missionary, and more. It doesn’t make any sense, either. 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