I can’t live the buttoned down life like you. I want it all: the terrifying lows, the dizzying highs, the creamy middles! Sure, I might offend a few of the blue-noses with my cocky stride and musky odor - oh, I’ll never be the darling of the so-called ‘City Fathers’ who cluck their tongues, stroke their beards, and talk about what’s to be done with this Homer Simpson?— Homer
This DVD will be released on December 19. This guide will be updated as information becomes available.
The traditional box style depicting Lisa with a backstage pass to the 200th Episode party (left); the alternate 'head' box (center); and DVD menu designs (right)
Greetings, Friends of Milhouse!
Welcome to Season 9 of those lovable scamps, The Simpsons, on DVD! You might think that after so many years of creating new ways for Itchy to jam dynamite into Scratchy's nostrils that we'd become cynical and jaded, but you have no idea our fresh-faced penchant for thinking up malicious frivolivity. In addition to plenty of mouse-on-cat mayhem, we've embedded lots of classic treats in these 25 episodes, including the marriage of Apu and Manjula, the fall and rise of Krusty The Clown, Lisa's discovery of the Simpsons male stupidity gene and the disturbing tale of Moe falling in love. Broad-minded viewers will be delighted by the extravagant and bouncy nudity of Homer and Marge in "Natural Born Kissers," an episode as educational as it is arousing. You also get our Emmy-winning 200th episode, "Trash Of The Titans," along with the heartwarming story of Bart destroying Christmas. As usual, we chatterboxes can't get enough of our own brilliant opinions of ourselves, which is why each and every episode comes with its own special Hollywood-style audio commentary.
And I have to mention some of the great, great guest voices this time around, including Jim Varney, Stephen Jay Gould, Paul Winfield, Rod Steiger and Bob Denver, just to name the ones who are now dead.
So on behalf of the hand-cramped animators, irreplacable actors, clever-beyond-their-years writers, sleep-deprived producers, battle-fatigued publicists, overworked musicians, and long-suffering production assistants, enjoy!