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  • They do not find anything interesting there except for a petting zoo
  • She is so impressed by that lamb, that when the family sites down to eat cooked lamb

    • by Sydney
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      The Simpsons family go to an amusement park, especially for very young kids like Maggie. Everyone except Marge and Maggie are thrilled. They do not find anything interesting there except for a petting zoo.

      Lisa is very fascinated by a small lamb. She is so impressed by that lamb, that when the family sites down to


      eat cooked lamb.

      Lisa cannot eat at all. Infact she cannot eat any type of meat products.

      She tries to spread awareness, to make people stop eating meat, but nobody listens. Everyone in her town likes meat, except one person.

      She is thrilled to find someone who thinks like her. There is also a celebrity couple ...


      • guest appearance in this show.

        Who is that person who does not like meat? Who are the celebrity couple?

        The episode highlights the fact that we should treat animals better. We should go vegetarian, since it is healthier, and causes less abuse of animals.

        At the same time the episode also shows how addicted people are to

        meat, that they cannot do without meat ever. Very nice thought provoking message in this episode.

        It is also funny to see how Homer defends his right to eat meat. The celebrity couple were a real surprise, I never thought they would come on this show.

        But then this again is The Simpsons, the greatest show ever.




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