The Simpsons - Classics - Dark Secrets (DVD) Reviews
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by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
The Dark Secrets of the Simpsons is a DVD I've had for a while now, I bought it in Borders when there was a sale on. Whenever the Simpsons is on Sky One or Channel 4, I normally end up giving it a watch when theres nothing else on, I really like it and the humour especially the fact that you can start watching at any time in the series and you will understand it since they don't really follow on from each other. Since it looked like the episodes on this DVD would be quite funny, and I hadn't seen them before I decided that it would be a good addition to my DVD collection. Its marketed as part of the Simpsons classics range, where each DVD has a theme and then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 39 readings)
The Simpsons: Dark Secrets is another entry into the Simpsons "Classics" series of DVD's. This volume contains four episodes with a mystery/secret theme. The episodes included are "Homer the Great", "The Springfield Files", "Lisa the Iconoclast" and "Homer Badman". "Homer the Great" is the fabled 'Stonecutters' episode. Homer follows his co-workers, Lenny and Carl, to a secret meeting place with the cream of Springfield's elite. Deciding he wants in, he asks Lenny and Carl for their help. They can't do anything, but luckily his dad is a member so he gets in. Through some strange series of events, he ... Read the complete review