THE SIMPSONS - the longest-running primetime comedy in television history - is a Language: English Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 2, . No Loan Again Naturally . Format, Prime Video (streaming online video). Watch The Simpsons Season 20 full episodes online, free and paid options via Original Air Date: May 27, "No Loan Again, Naturally". "No Loan Again, Naturally" is the twelfth episode of Season million viewers, the second lowest watched episode in Simpsons history, the lowest being.
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However, Flanders quickly tires of their constant requests for repairs. Despite having already make his best, Homer gets mad at Ned and decides to go to the media and defame him as some corrupt slumlord.
When Homer refuses to apologize for his ingratitude, Ned tells them they must leave at the end of the month. The Simpsons bring Grampa home since if someone older than 65 lives with them, they will not be evicted, but are unsuccessful as Flanders invites Grampa to live with him in his house.
Homer could not compete with Ned who offers to feed him 'people food'. The Simpsons return home from a walk to find their items on the lawn.
The family spends a night at the town's homeless shelter wondering how they will ever rebound. Flanders interviews a couple of potential tenants when he sees a picture from the move-in celebration and is reminded of the happiness and admiration of the Simpsons. Realizing that he should allow them to move back in, he sends the potential tenants away and the Simpsons return to their home, causing their other neighbors, who utterly despise them, to move out. Homer responds "I really hate this neighborhood".
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Robert Canning of IGN said it can sometimes be difficult for an animated television show to "stay current, what with their lengthy production schedules that start months before the episode actually airs", but with "No Loan Again, Naturally" he felt like "if they wrote and animated everything just a few weeks ago. The Simpsons come back and Ned explains that he bought it back to rent it to them and Marge is grateful for it. As they're about to put their stuff back we see Homer going upstairs to grab the "Surprise" he left for the new owners It turns out to be a bouquet of flowers wishing the new owners treat this house with respect.
Okay for as bad as this season's been I have to give credit for this scene and how Homer actually cares about something Okay, maybe I didn't give this episode its due diligence, maybe I just had a skewed perspective because of the season itself being shitty, or maybe we should watch the last two acts to be sure.
At the housewarming, the two families get a picture as Bart puts up a picture of him making a face to ruin the picture and Lisa smacks him Hooray for violence. Later, we see there's a leaky faucet and Ned volunteers to fix it which Marge at first refuses but then accepts.
After he fixes it Marge begins to ask him to fix some other things in the house and we see Ned unclogging a pipe and trying to fix an electric socket I expected a montage there, methinks this episode is lulling me into a false sense of security.
Marge dreams of Flanders After Ned leaves, he gets called in the middle of the night and he refuses to come over to fix a gas leak. Homer then badmouths him on the phone because he refused to come over and we see that the family is using said leak to cook food Oh goody, another bad joke. Moe suggests that Homer goes to the media and expose him for the horrible landlord he is Okay now I know why I dislike this: If I were Ned, I'd evict them to teach them to be grateful for what they had.
Later we see that Channel 6 news does an investigative report on the Simpsons home Dear Lord, did they just run out of stories to air that week or something?
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Oh wait it's season 20 writing, my mistake and, based on some weak evidence, the story makes Ned out to be a horrible person With a Hitler mustache, devil horns and a Detroit Lions fan shirt. It's funny because it's topical, right?The Simpsons: The Simpsons become homeless [Clip]
Ned then does the sensible thing after that and gives Homer the month to get out of the house. Later, Homer tries to trick Flanders into thinking Jesus wants the Simpsons to stay but it doesn't work By Homer getting everything imaginable wrong At least he's lucky Jesus didn't show up from Colorado, or he'd kick his ass.
After Ned places a notice of eviction, Homer points out a loophole that they can stay if a resident is over 65 Grampa.
The plan takes effect but Homer thinks they all have be in the residence for it to work. Marge points out that only Grampa needs to stay and she suggests they all go out for an outing which results in some pretentious lines from Lisa. The family keeps Grampa occupied with a DVD and sneaks out. On the way back, Homer exposits what they did and Bart lampshades the fact they already know what he said Ah, writing at its finest: When they get home they find out that Ned took in Grampa and evicted them while they were gone.
Homer decides to try out the "Tempting Fate" trope and it doesn't rain.
The Simpsons after We then see the family at a homeless shelter where they're all miserable Serves them right. Wait I'm supposed to root for them aren't I? We cut back to Ned about to sign two new tenants that would be perfect for him when Ned realizes he misses the Simpsons and he tells them they can't live there The couple tells him they'll sue.
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I'm assuming for breach of contract but considering they never made any payments I don't see how they could win, a landlord does have a right to say no to a new tenant if they want to. Ned gives the Simpsons their house back which causes all the other neighbors to want to move out. We end with Homer saying he hates the neighborhood And they hate you right back. This episode isn't bad but it's not really good either.
The story had its moments but there were times where you were left scratching your head at the stupidity.