The Simpsons: Midnight Towboy  » TV  »
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  • I have to admit, I never saw last night’s Simpsons episode before, Midnight Towboy, but it was definitely one of the funnier episodes I’ve seen lately
  • If you get an opportunity to watch this episode, I definitely would recommend it

    • by Steve
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      I have to admit, I never saw last night’s Simpsons episode before, Midnight Towboy, but it was definitely one of the funnier episodes I’ve seen lately; especially when it comes to some of the newer episodes that have aired recently. Homer has to go on a late-night run for milk (been

      there, done that) so Maggie has something to eat.

      Because nobody in town is carrying it, he has to drive to another town and, while there, ends up with his car being towed.

      He is fascinated by the tow truck driver and ends up becoming one himself.

      This leads to him ...


      • making money by towing and impounding everyone’s car.

        In the mean time, Marge is trying to get Maggie to be less clingy.

        She succeeds but finds her daughter is now too independent and does everything for herself (including rescuing Homer at the end of the episode).

        That part was actually pretty

        clever and funny.

        It reminded me of our youngest daughter at times; especially when she refused to go to bed.

        This is a great episode and I hope I get to see it again simply because I ended up enjoying it so much.

        If you get an opportunity to watch this episode, I definitely would recommend it.




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