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"Simpson Tide" is the nineteenth episode of the ninth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on March 29, 1998. After being fired from the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Homer decides to join the U.S. Naval Reserve. The episode was the second and last to be written by Joshua Sternin and Jennifer Ventimilia and was the final episode directed by Milton Gray.

It guest-starred Rod Steiger as Captain Tenille and Bob Denver as himself, with one-time The Simpsons writer Michael Carrington making an appearance as the Drill Sergeant. This was the last episode Al Jean and Mike Reiss executive produced together, although Jean became showrunner again in season 13.[2]

After Homer nearly causes the nuclear plant to go into meltdown by putting a doughnut into the reactor core to enlarge it, he is fired by Mr. Burns. While at home he sees a recruitment advertisement on television for the Naval Reserve and decides to enlist, with Moe, Barney, and Apu deciding to join him. Meanwhile, Bart purchases an earring, which an outraged Homer confiscates.

Homer and the others are placed on a nuclear submarine. While participating in a military exercise, Homer unintentionally has the captain fired out of a torpedo tube and pilots the submarine into Russian waters, which is seen by the United States government as an attempt to defect. This event creates a political schism between the USA and Russia, with a Russian representative stating to a USA representative at a U.N. meeting about the event that "The Soviet Union will be pleased to offer amnesty to your wayward vessel", leading to the revelation that the Soviet Union in fact never truly dissolved, complete with the Berlin Wall rising from the ground, Soviet troops and tanks appearing on the streets and a zombie-like Vladimir Lenin rising from his tomb in Moscow.

Nuclear war is anticipated until the US Navy drops depth charges on Homer's sub, aiming either to destroy it or force it to surface. The consequent explosion causes a pinhole leak in the submarine's hull, but Homer uses Bart's earring to plug the leak and saves the submarine. The vessel surfaces and Homer is taken to be court-martialed, but the officers on the review committee have themselves been indicted on unrelated charges, and Homer's punishment ends up being a mild dishonorable discharge and he immediately forgives Bart, as the earring saved his life.[1][2]

"Simpson Tide" was one of two season nine episodes that was executive produced by Al Jean and Mike Reiss, who together were the showrunners for the third and fourth seasons. Although Jean would later return to run the show the following season, it was the last episode for which Reiss received an executive producer credit.[3] Joshua Sternin and Jennifer Ventimilia, the episode writers, were working on Jean and Reiss's show The Critic at the time, and pitched an episode where Homer joins the Naval Reserve.[4] Although the episode is partly based on the film Crimson Tide, the original episode pitch was made before the film was released.[3] After the release of the film, the writers decided to start incorporating things from the movie in the script.[4] In the original draft, Bart sneaked on board the submarine with Homer. They were trying to do it "for the comedy of it", but could not get the draft to work, so it was cut.[3] It was difficult for them to figure out how to get the captain off of the sub and they eventually decided to have him shot out of the torpedo tube, which in the DVD commentary, Al Jean says that Steiger claimed that he really did get stuck in a torpedo tube once.[3]

The Navy drill instructor, along with the announcer to "Exploitation Theater", was voiced by Michael Carrington, who had written the season four episode "Homer's Triple Bypass" and previously voiced Sideshow Raheem.[4] Bob Denver voices himself in the episode and was directed by Mike Reiss.[3] Rod Steiger guest stars as the captain and was directed by Al Jean.[4]

Many parts of the episode, including the title, refer to the 1995 film Crimson Tide. The captain of the submarine is based on Captain Frank Ramsey, a character in the film who was portrayed by Gene Hackman.[4] Homer mentions that he and his friends joining the Navy is similar to The Deer Hunter, and the Russian roulette scene from the film is later parodied.[4] Right before the submarine submerges, the song "In the Navy" is played and the Village People can be seen dancing.[4] The Captain of the submarine is named Captain Tenille a reference to the musical duo Captain & Tenille. When aboard the submarine, Homer refers to one of the crew members as Mr. Sulu, a reference to the Star Trek character.[4] Lisa says she is opposed to the Military Industrial Complex, a term popularized by President Eisenhower. When Homer is at the Naval recruitment center the recruiter doesn't want him to read a certain question this is because of the Don't ask, don't tell law that was instituted under President Clinton.

The opening couch gag is a recreation of the Rocky and Bullwinkle animated bumper seen at the end of each Bullwinkle short. The music accompanying it is also adapted from the original music in the bumper.[3] In the opening scene, Homer dreams of being on "the planet of the doughnuts" and on a criminal trial similar to that from the film Planet of the Apes.[3] One of the five Naval officers was unable to indict Homer due to his involvement in the Tailhook scandal.

Bart sings a portion of the song "Do the Bartman" and Ralph Wiggum comments that it "is so 1991", which was when the music video for the song was released.[2] Grampa Simpson claims that he attacked John F. Kennedy on the PT-109 when Kennedy stated "Ich bin ein Berliner", leading to Grampa mistaking him for a Nazi.[4]

Michael Schiffer, one of the writers of the film Crimson Tide, is said to have enjoyed this episode.[4] Mike Reiss considers the sequence where Russia returns to being the Soviet Union to be "the nuttiest the show has ever been".[3] The authors of the book I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide, Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, called it "a fairly straightforward episode where the biggest laugh comes from Homer being able to talk to penguins and Bart trying to impress his classmates by doing The Bartman."[2]

Licht's analysis of the attack on Vulcan's workshop reveals that the Evangelist's men have been in the "Nether," the area beneath Tokyo. Company 8 proceeds underground in search of the White-Clad and the secrets behind human combustion.

Awesome animation, great soundtracks. Both MC's want to become a hero, hey have people to look up to and a harsh past. The world is full of dangers and our MC's try to save everyone. Both have rivals from childhood and a goal ahead.

I had quite a bit of vibes to My Hero Academia. It both starts out with one person (in this case Deku and Shinra) had an opportunity to join with other people to become a hero like how they wanted in their childhood. Deku wanting to be like All Might and Shinra wanting to be like the Fire Force.

Lucy is a seventeen-year-old mage with the power to summon stellar spirits, but what she really wants to do is join a guild - and not just any guild. She has her eyes set on Fairy Tail, a notoriously reckless and outrageous group of magic users who are likely to be drunk or destroying buildings and towns in the process of completing a job! While in town one...

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The Major and his contact will meet just below you. Once you've ID'd both, tranq (sleep grenades work nicely as they're all bunched up together) or kill the escort and capture both of these men. They're useful soldiers. Fulton them out.

The prisoner can be found at guard post #16 on the map. Bring DD along with you to sniff out his location. If you decide to tail the subordinate, he will also stop by in front of the prisoner's shed for a smoke break.

The Major and his boys are relaxing in a forest area just south of guard post #13. Make your way on top of the hill across from the Major and listen in on the convo with his subordinate to nab the objective.

Whilst running home late from a job, Ichigo encounters a supposed vampire. This vampire is revealed to be Otome's classmate, Yurika Tōdō, who constantly acts in character. After Ichigo decides to prepare for the same Loli Gothic audition Yurika will be in, she considers taking up her own character.

Ichigo has an upcoming audition for a very minor role on a well known series. Seeing how nervous she is, Otome gives her a special charm to give her luck. When they realize the time, the girls offer to take over the cleaning for her since she hadn't finished. 041b061a72


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