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Heartbreak Hotel
Simpsonid Heartbreak Hotel (1989– )
TV Episode
  • Director:
    Mike B. Anderson,Steven Dean Moore
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  • Writer:
    Matt Groening,James L. Brooks
  • Cast:
    Dan Castellaneta,Julie Kavner,Nancy Cartwright
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Marge and Homer travel to a tropical island and go on Marge's favorite reality competition program to win a million dollars.
Episode complete credited cast:
Dan Castellaneta Dan Castellaneta - Homer Simpson / Blue Haired Lawyer / Grizzly Shawn (voice)
Julie Kavner Julie Kavner - Marge Simpson / Patty Bouvier / Selma Bouvier (voice)
Nancy Cartwright Nancy Cartwright - Bart Simpson / Nelson Muntz (voice)
Yeardley Smith Yeardley Smith - Lisa Simpson (voice)
Hank Azaria Hank Azaria - Kirk Van Houten / Chief Wiggum / Skip Angry (voice)
Harry Shearer Harry Shearer - (voice)
Rhys Darby Rhys Darby - Tag Tuckerburg (voice)
George Segal George Segal - Nick (voice)
Pamela Hayden Pamela Hayden - Milhouse Van Houten (voice)
Tress MacNeille Tress MacNeille - The Amazing Place Producer (voice)
Joe Clabby Joe Clabby - Curtis (voice)
Chris Edgerly Chris Edgerly - (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson Kevin Michael Richardson - Anger Watkins (voice)
Renee Ridgeley Renee Ridgeley - Honey (voice)

Simpsonid Heartbreak Hotel (1989– )

The title is a reference to the Elvis Presley song of the same name.

George Segal: The actor reprises his role from Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966).

The first episode animated with shallow depth of field and rack focuses (during the black and white scene parodying Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)).

This episode does a fairly good job of making fun of reality television competitions. However, the episode is hampered by one of the show's weakest musical numbers and a movie spoof that goes on too long and may alienate younger audience members.
I don't understand the negative reception of this ep. It was really funny, made a good reference of a classic movie of the sixties, and another example of how marge and homer can go through tough times and care for one another! Take that critics!
Everything's was great with this episode until black-white screen scene started. Also again singing,please stop it...
I'm afraid the downward spiral continues. I've never turned an episode of The Simpsons off but this came close. The Simpsons used to appeal to everyone but episodes like this just show how the writer's have lost touch with the audience, instead of trying to show how clever they are with obscure references they should try entertaining the fans and win back some of those who have turned their backs on this once great show. Shame !!!!
Throw her heart
Throw her heart
The only redeeming part of this episode is Homer's song about what it's like to live in a hotel. The rest was unfunny and bland. It didn't work as comedy, it didn't work as parody. I hope this episode isn't indicative of the show's current quality as a whole - if it is then we're a far cry from The Simpsons I used to know and love.
Oh that will teach me. The season opener was great. This isn't. Marge gets her dream to go on a reality tv show and it all goes wrong, and martial strife results. The main plot once again is just a single plotline with no b plots to fill out the time, but it's one of those episodes that spends so much time on the plot it doesn't manage to be funny. The hit rate of jokes is very poor, with only a few good laughs and a handful of chuckles. And there's a parody sequence. If it hadn't been for imdb, I would have had no idea of what it was they were parodying. However: The actual pay off to the main plot is quite different, and not something they've done before. So the final scene is good. Just a shame it takes too long to get there, and the journey isn't fun.
I only dip into modern simpsons occasionally but my god its bad. The greyscale segment in the middle of the episode made me feel hugely embarrassed for them. Its painfully bad.