The Simpsons Season 4 Episode 10 Lisa’s First word  » TV  »
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  • It is interesting to note here how Bart sticks to calling his dad Homer and not dadda

    • by Sydney

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      Marge begins to tell the story of Lisa’s First word. So the story dates back to when Marge is pregnant and expecting Lisa. Initially Bart likes the idea of having a another sibling, since he thought he could blame the baby for everything.

      Meanwhile Homer and Marge are hunting for a new

      house. After checking many houses, they finally buy the one they are living in currently.

      Whilst at the new house Bart becomes very naughty. Once Marge delivers Lisa, she gets more attention than Bart, and this creates kind of a jealousy.

      He thinks of hurting Lisa? Does Bart do that?

      The episode focuses ...

      • on the issues that take place between younger siblings. With the birth of a newer sibling, the older one get less attention.

        This makes the older one think, that his parents does not love him. But that is not the case, and that is exactly proven here.

        It is a very touching

        episode too. Homer’s intelligence seems to have been normal here.

        Maybe with time, his intelligence has decreased I guess. It is interesting to note here how Bart sticks to calling his dad Homer and not dadda.

        Also poor Grandpa, he pays for the house but he himself is kept in a retirement home. Poor guy

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