American cartoonist, animator, and producer “Matt Groening” is credited with creating the hilarious comedy-animated sitcom “The Simpsons.” Groening is also known for creating the television series “Futurama” and “The Simpsons,” which he created for “FOX Broadcasting,” an American television network that functions similarly to a commercialized broadcasting TV network.
The television program “The Simpsons” explores a fictionalized portrayal of American life through the lives of “The Simpsons” or “The Simpsons Family,” which consists of “Homer and Marge,” their middle child Lisa, their brother Bart, and their youngest member Maggie. Occasionally, the character “Grampa Simpson” makes an appearance in the show.
Homer is dreaming big dreams of owning a cool automobile and being cool while he works. Marge takes him to meet the new neighbor later that day, against his wishes. The neighbors appear to be laid-back. Homer learns from Thayer, the new home’s owner, that he owns a sports car store in Springfield.
Homer is interested in trying automobiles because he once possessed a car in his dreams. He is greeted by Thayer at his dealership.
The title of the episode was “McMansion & Wife.” The opening scene of “McMansion & Wife” features Homer Simpson (as usual portrayed by Dan Castellaneta) daydreaming about what his life would be like if he were the proud owner of a Lambuggini, an Italian sports car that is plainly a spoof.
Homer’s life is far more thrilling in his dream, to the extent that he can jump the Springfield Gorge and appear cooler in the rearview mirror of the car in order to soar through the air with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Dick Van Dyke even makes a brief appearance in this segment to voice himself.
The affluent Lambuggini salesman Thayer (Hank Azaria) and his wife are the new neighbors that the Simpsons are going to have when Homer finally awakens to the harsh realities of his mundane life. Homer and Thayer became friends quite quickly. After playing pickleball and going on drives together, Thayer forces Homer to sign a contract that he doesn’t fully understand.
Homer and Marge awaken to the sound of construction at the neighboring house the following morning. According to Thayer’s contract, Homer had granted permission for the house to be completely remodeled.
Lisa (Yeardley Smith) steps in when he starts picking on Bart (also Cartwright) and Milhouse (Pamela Hayden) even more than usual. Lisa creates a webpage compiling Nelson’s most embarrassing incidents, such as eating his mother’s lipstick and tending to a hummingbird that is hurt.
For a while, this plan works, but soon Nelson recruits his own geek, Hubert Wong (played by Rosalie Chiang, a guest character from Pixar’s Turning Red who takes Tress MacNeille’s place), to hack and take down Lisa’s website.
The title for the episode is “Thirst Trap: A Corporate Love Story.” A young CEO who dropped out of college adopts the Silicon Valley “fake it until you make it” mentality and convinces Mr. Burns to fund her extremely questionable dream project in a parody documentary.
Release Date & Where to Watch
The Simpsons Season 35 Episode 4 will air on Sunday, October 29, 2023, at 8:00 PM PT in the US. The duration of every episode is 25 minutes. The release dates in different countries are:
- Eastern Time (Canada): 8:00 PM on Sunday, October 29, 2023
- Greenwich Mean Time (London): 12:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Central European Time (Germany): 2:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Indian Standard Time (India): 5:30 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Western Indonesia Time (Indonesia): 7:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- China Standard Time (China): 8:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Philippine Standard Time (Philippines): 8:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Japan Standard Time (Japan): 9:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Korean Standard Time (Korea): 9:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
- Australian Standard Time (Australia): 11:00 AM on Monday, October 30, 2023
Another option or location where you can view every episode and season of “The Simpsons” at any time is FOX NOW.
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