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  • It was an OK episode that is definitely worth watching at least once if you have a chance to see a rerun of it

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      Well, that was a somewhat funny episode of The Simpsons last night; Apocalypse Cow. At least we finally got to get a better understanding of Cletus and his redneck family in this one.

      Bart joins 4-H and ends up raising a calf to adulthood


      and even wins an award for doing it.

      But, he doesn’t realize winning means his cow will be bought and slaughtered so he takes every measure possible; even agreeing to marry Cletus’ daughter in exchange for the family taking care of the cow for him.

      Of course, that’s far from ideal considering neither him or the girl really want to be married at the age of 10 and they have to find a way to get out of the arrangement that won’t result in the cow being sent ...


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      to the slaughterhouse.

      The episode itself wasn’t as funny as others I’ve seen from the series but that redneck family was.

      I especially like the one kid complaining that cows can swat flies with their tails and he can’t use his tail to do

      that.

      And the preacher’s comment during the wedding ceremony that women folk don’t get a say in whether or not they want to get married.

      It was an OK episode that is definitely worth watching at least once if you have a chance to see a rerun of it.




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