Episode Reminder: Daddicus Finch (Season 30, Episode 9)

Tidings Terrific Television Tune-in’ers!

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Were you excited to see The Simpsons back with another new episode last week? Did you enjoy the episode about Krusty the Clown and clowns in general? Can’t wait for another new Simpsons episode? Well you won’t have to wait too long for the next such episode as The Simpsons is back this Sunday, with an all new episode! Woohoo!

So here’s your official TSTO Addicts reminder…all new episode, the season’s sixth episode, this Sunday, December 2nd, on FOX (no longer half an hour earlier on Global in Canada, but at the same time on City TV)….“Daddicus Finch”!

So what do The Simpsons have in store for us this week?

Here’s the episode information released from FOX:

“Lisa and Homer’s bond gets stronger when they start spending real quality time together, and Bart feels neglected. So Marge tries to help Homer balance his attention between the kids.”

Here’s the sneak peek for this week’s episode from FOX:

Be sure to tune in tomorrow night to see all the fun!

As always, after the episode airs we’ll have a full episode recap!

Are you excited for the new episode? Were you excited by The Simpsons new episode last week? Looking forward to The Simpsons take on To Kill A Mockingbird? Remember Homer’s famous quote:

Have you read To Kill A Mockingbird? What’s your favourite Homer and Lisa relationship moment? What’s been your favourite ninth episode of our favourite family over the past 29 seasons? Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!

9 responses to “Episode Reminder: Daddicus Finch (Season 30, Episode 9)

  1. This was a good episode. First time I’ve actually laughed at an episode in a long time! Loved the 45 seconds therapy sessions!

    • I didn’t know that there would be a “huge” discussion on mandatory reading of “To Kill a Mockingbird”. For me in 1994 it was required to read in 9th grade (plus Catcher in the Rye, & Where the Red Fern Grows [8th grade actually, and Olde Yeller in 8th). 4th grade “required” reading was Trumpet of the Swan & Tuck Everlasting. Things change as time goes on. There are “required” books my kids have to read (starting in 5th grade with Percy Jackson & the Lighting Thief). The current books that’s “required” reading for them is nothing like I was made to read. Diary of Anne Frank is still required in 8th grade, which is good. My son actually was able to see the play after they read the book. It was able to make Anne’s life seem “real” to him after seeing the play (he was never a “strong” reader, but Anne Frank touched his heart).

  2. Maybe “mandatory” in some places, but other places are still trying to ban it…

  3. Homer portrayed as a caring intellectual was a nice change of pace!

  4. That was a surprisingly nice episode.

  5. mandatory reading in 5th and 8th grade Chicago mid 90s

  6. To Kill a Mocking Bird was mandatory reading in grade 9. Circa 1997 in small town Ontario, Canada.

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