The Simpsons: Season 16, Episode 19 - Thank God It’s Doomsday  » TV  »
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  • My favorite scene was when God talked about sending his son down to earth and not returning the same

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      It’s time for haircuts again, and the Simpson kids try to convince Marge to let them get their hair cut at the mall. When that doesn’t work, Homer rushes in to say that they’re making fresh cinnamon buns at the mall, so they’re throwing out the old ones. He takes the kids to the mall, but a mishap causes Bart to lose his bad boy spikes.

      While Lisa laughs, Bart takes revenge and shaves off her good girl points. When the school photography class happens upon them,

      they grab Homer and run into a movie theater to watch a movie called “Left Below”.

      This movie about the Rapture causes Homer to become worried about the world ending and being left below that he does more research about the event. He begins to see warning signs from costumed devils and blood falling from the sky.

      Meanwhile, Marge sews wigs for Bart and Lisa, while Homer calculates when the doomsday will come. He makes a prediction that stars will fall from the sky, and when a ...

      • dirigible of celebrities fall from the sky, the people of Springfield begin to believe him.

        On the predicted day of the Rapture comes, they take a bus to the Springfield Mesa for when the world should come to an end. When nothing happens, everyone is angered and ostracize him.

        When Homer discovers that he miscalculated, he finds out that they Rapture is actually a few days later. When no one believes him, he travels to the Mesa by himself.

        He finds himself being transported to Heaven

        without his family. Though he finds Heaven enjoyable, he does not want to be without his family and causes a ruckus.

        He convinces God to turn back time in order for the Rapture to occur later on, so that he can be with his family. This was another witty installment to the Simpsons.

        My favorite scene was when God talked about sending his son down to earth and not returning the same; it’s one of my favorite quotes. The deus ex machine at the end was especially entertaining.

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