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Episode reviews: Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays

All the submitted reviews for Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays (FABF03). All ratings are out of 5. The average rating for this episode is 3.54.

I've said it many time before, and I guess I'll say it again: Marge is not funny on her own. Seeing that this episode was written by Jon Vitti, one of the few consistently good writers left, I had some high (or at least, better than average) hopes. But when, halfway through the episode, the main storyline had not even started, this began to wane.

We'd had some funny moments though - Maggie was great as always, and the Woodstock-style concert was without fault (I especially liked the babies passing the pacifier around like a joint). Until the riot, at least. From there it all went down hill.

One thing I particularly disliked is the man who turned into the devil, this just seemed totally random and unnecessary - it added nothing to the plot at all. Then in the last two minutes we had some rushed tacked-on ending, with an even more abrupt cut to the closing credits. Ugh.

This is a good episode although the plot and the ending were kind of lame.


very good episode... i was inpressed on how much marge cares about kids... ( jk ) :P