After Homer gets angry and tries to attack his family with a lamp, Dr. Monroe gives the Simpsons padded mallets to work out their aggression without harming each other. © 2021 Wikisimpsons. [2] The characters refer to it as "stately Burns Manor", a reference to the Batman TV series. Cut to the backyard of the mansion where Homer once again tells his family they have to act normal. In a nursery. "There's No Disgrace Like Home" is the fourth episode of season 1 of The Simpsons. [4] The scene was rearranged in the editing room; it played out differently when first produced. Everyone goes back inside except a bummed Homer, who announces he's going to Moe's for a while. [9] It was released in the US on the VHS release The Best of The Simpsons, Vol. Burn's picnic that his family is not a very good family so he decides to sell the television in order to pay for therapy for him and his family. Each chair has buttons which, when pressed, will deliver an electric shock to another corresponding chair. Meanwhile, Marge is conversing with the other wives. But when Homer sees a happy family heavily resembling their family exit from a treatment session, Homer becomes determined again to make his family better. Make an account! [2] It was the first episode to be broadcast on terrestrial television by the BBC on November 23, 1996 on a Saturday at 5:30pm, because the episodes were shown out of order. [3] It was an early episode for Mr. Burns, in which he had a different voice than the one it would later become. A quick cut to Mr. Burns shows he is loving all of the energy use. . At the front door to the mansion, Mr. Burns greets his guests. The Simpsons drive to Mr. Burns' mansion, and each family member carries a dessert in their lap. Distracted, Homer draws an airplane in flight and Dr. Monroe scolds him for being a bad father figure. [3], The episode marked the first appearance of Dr. Marvin Monroe and Itchy & Scratchy; the latter had previously appeared in the shorts. [4], While drunk at Mr. Burns' picnic, Marge sings a version of the song "Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine" which was popularised by Dean Martin. Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events Groening, Jean, and Reiss participated in the DVD's audio commentary. [3], In its original broadcast, "There's No Disgrace Like Home" finished forty-fifth in ratings for the week of January 22–28, 1990, with a Nielsen rating of 11.2, equivalent to approximately 10.3 million viewing households. Everyone expresses their love towards Homer and he announces with the $500, he is going to buy a brand new television. [1] It also marked the first appearance of Eddie and Lou, although Lou was not black, but instead yellow like the rest of the characters. Dr. Monroe guarantees "family bliss or double your money back", so Homer thinks therapy will improve his family's behavior. [2][3] Eddie and Lou also appeared for the first time, although Lou was mistakenly animated with yellow instead of black, as he would later become. Back to the sack race, where Smithers gives Mr. Burns a head start and fires the starting gun. She begins to get a little tipsy from too much punch. In the episode, Homer is ashamed of his family's behavior at a catastrophic company picnic and enrolls them in therapy. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 28, 1990. To his family's chagrin, Homer pawns their television to pay for the $250 therapy. The lights in the Family Therapy Center and all across Springfield dim and fade. The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 4: There's No Disgrace Like Home Summary: After the family embarrasses him at a company picnic, Homer becomes convinced that something is wrong with them and he sets out to fix his family. But the father hears the Simpsons just outside his window and chases them off with a shotgun. As they arrive at the mansion and walk up to the front door, Homer reminds his family they need to behave and show him some love and/or respect. Fox 5 New York promo for The Simpsons' Season 1 episode "There's No Disgrace Like Home" from Sunday March 11th 1990. But the exercise quickly becomes a free-for-all, everyone shocking each other repeatedly. "There's No Disgrace Like Home"é o cuarto episodio de The Simpsonsprimeira tempada. These roles were reversed in later episodes. Sweet Home! Another woman carrying a baby approaches Marge and suggests they place their babies in the nursery and grab a glass of punch together. The exercise doesn't seem to work though, because the family grows tired of swinging the mallets; the exercise ends when Bart removes the foam from his mallet and whacks Dr. Monroe in the knee with it. Monroe calms Homer down and asks the family to try a different exercise. In a DVD review of the first season, David B. Grelck gave the episode a rating of 2.0/5.0, placing it as one of the worst of the season. [3] In addition, there is a reference to Freaks, the Tod Browning cult horror film, in the repetition of the line "one of us". The therapy treatment begins as Dr. Monroe brings them into another room, sits them down, and asks them each to draw a picture representing the source of their unhappiness. Mr. Burns witnesses this, and Homer overhears Burns tell Smithers to give that man a raise. Lucky for Homer, the cops are oblivious to the dog and leave without incident. The episode was written by Al Jean and Mike Reiss and directed by Gregg Vanzo and Kent Butterworth. “There’s No Disgrace Like Home” was a statement from The Simpsons that they were joining the movement of comedies that weren’t going to masquerade as fairy tales. Lisa is a brat, Marge is a drunk and Homer is concerned that his family is going to make him look bad. The episode was written by Al Jean and Mike Reiss and directed by Gregg Vanzo and Kent Butterworth. Their love of the television, even over Marge’s engagement ring (which wasn’t worth as much anyway), was another satirical strike at one of those open hypocrisies. [5] It was an early episode for Mr. Burns (who was known as Mr. Meanie in the first draft), who had been voiced by Christopher Collins in the previous episode. Mr. Burns is out in front of everyone, when suddenly, Bart can't stand it anymore and decides to make a break for the finish line. In the kitchen, Homer admires all of the gelatin desserts Marge prepared for the picnic. [2] In the episode, Homer is ashamed of his family's behavior at a catastrophic company picnic and enrolls them in therapy. He quickly whisks her away from the punch and tells her to keep it together because Mr. Burns is about to give a toast. The Manor resembles Charles Foster Kane's mansion from the 1941 film Citizen Kane. The Simpsons run off into another family's yard, walk up to the window, and peek in. This backfires when a neighbor fires a gun at the Simpsons for trespassing. The edits made to the finished product were preliminary, however they were received well and remained unchanged. It originally aired on January 28, 1990. Emitiuse por primeira vez na cadea Foxdos Estados Unidos o 28 de xaneiro de 1990. [3], The idea behind the shock therapy scene was based on Laurel and Hardy throwing pies at each other. ", an 1823 song by Henry Bishop and John Howard Payne. The Simpsons: Season: 1 Episode: 4 [incomplete: quotes & not enough] Marge: I don't want to alarm anyone, but I think there's a little al-key-hol in this punch. Marge acts poorly in public and doesn't care about the upkeep of the family? Distributie Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright. "[7], This episode was one of the first seen by British viewers. [12] The episode's debut on the DVD format was as a part of The Simpsons season one DVD set, which was released on September 25, 2001. The scene in which the family enters Burns' Manor contains two cultural references. Season 1, Episode 4, wherein the Simpsons succumb to the struggles of being a family, and reluctantly agree to seek help at Dr. Monroe's Family Center. Dr. Monroe claims he can fix any family's problems or double their money back. It was the first episode to be broadcast by the BBC on November 23, 1996 on a Saturday at 5.30pm, because the episodes were shown out of order. Homer turns to his family and sees Bart and Lisa fighting over the backseat and Marge in the front seat, looking like she's about to vomit. Inside the next house, the two parents have a nice conversation with their son. "There's No Disgrace Like Home" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' first season. Bart's half attempt at a prayer forces Homer to lead a prayer of his own. Although Matt Groening … Marge and the kids all draw a picture of Homer, while Homer gets lost in the task and begins drawing a picture of an airplane. The family rushes in and crowds onto the couch. Played 138 times. Good luck! There's No Disgrace Like Home. Everyone at the picnic gathers as Mr. Burns gives a toast. Overall, this is a solid episode that has some funny moments. [3] The shock therapy scene is reminiscent of the 1971 film A Clockwork Orange,[1] and is known for its brief appearance in the 1990 action film Die Hard 2. https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/There's_No_Disgrace_Like_Home The episode also faced competition from ITV's screening of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. While Marge is busy drinking punch at the picnic, where is Maggie? Advertisement “What we have here are thirteen crudely animated episodes, first aired in 1989 and 1990, all spiffed up, cleaned off, and augmented with bells and … The episode was screened with five million viewers, slightly less than the show, Dad's Army, which previously held the timeslot. Browse more videos. Homer watches as the two kids from the "perfect" family politely open the car door for each other, and he notices the wife offers to drive the family home after a long day. Homer, ashamed of his family, drives them home. This ain't the family we've grown to know and love. "There's No Disgrace Like Home" is the fourth episode of season 1 of The Simpsons. Meanwhile, a heavily intoxicated Marge leads all of the women in a song and dance number, when Homer, chasing Bart and Lisa, runs by and is shocked at Marge's behavior. Marge: I don't want to alarm anyone, but I think there's a little al-key-hol in this punch. The episode begins with Bart and Lisa in the living room, pushing and shoving each other, while having an argument. Home / Series / The Simpsons / Absolute Order / Season 1 / Episode 4 There's No Disgrace Like Home Homer na slavnosti pana Burnse zjistí, že s jeho rodinkou není všechno v pořádku. Monroe explains to Homer that he is a stern authority figure. TV Guide synopsis. Monroe kicks the Simpsons out, but Homer demands double his money back as the commercial advertised. Familial bliss is the order of the day at Homer's company picnic, whereseeing families actually being nice to each other inspires Homer toorder the Simpsons to a family therapist, as advertised on TV. The Simpsons Movie, a feature-length film, was released in theaters worldwide on July 27, 2007, and grossed over $527 million. Edit Submit Cancel We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. When Dr. Monroe asks the Simpsons to draw pictures of the source of their problems, Bart, Lisa, and Marge draw Homer. [13] A digital edition of the series' first season was published December 20, 2010 in the United States containing the episode, through Amazon Video and iTunes. Monroe can see the Simpson family is not responding to conventional treatment, so his next exercise for the family's a bit different. There's No Disgrace Like Home - The Simpsons [S01E04] There's No Disgrace Like Home - The Simpsons [S01E04] TV-14 Animation Comedy . Dr. Monroe agrees to refund the money to prevent the Simpsons from tarnishing the clinic's reputation. He tells them to get the bad behavior out of their system, because they're going to Mr. Burns company picnic, and he doesn't want his family to embarrass him in front of Mr. Burns. 1 (1997), paired with "Life on the Fast Lane". As of Dec 29 20. A nervous Homer and the rest of the family make it through their greeting with Burns without incident. Join to talk about the wiki, Simpsons and Tapped Out news, or just to talk to other users. On … BBC One London, 23 November 1996 17.30. [2], The authors of the book I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide, Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, note: "It's very strange to see Homer pawning the TV set in an attempt to save the family; if this episode had come later Marge would surely have taken this stance." [6], Since airing, the episode has received mixed reviews from television critics. Homer is hoping to earn brownie points with Burns because Burns commented once before on how he liked Marge's gelatin dessert. The Simpsons (Classic): "There's No Disgrace Like Home" ... "There's No Disgrace Like Home" Episode. The first house they peek into contains a happy family sitting down to a nice fancy dinner. Simpsons. Marge and the kids watch an untitled Itchy & Scratchy, when Homer walks in the living room and announces he made an appointment at Dr. Monroe's Family Therapy Center. After Bart, Lisa and Marge all misbehave, Homer is embarrassed by their behavior. The characters act slightly different than they would in later seasons. The next exercise involves the family beating each other with giant foam mallets. It also marked the first appearance of yellow Smithers, who was drawn as an African-American in the previous episode. A page for describing Trivia: Simpsons S1 E4 "There's No Disgrace Like Home". The therapist, Dr. Marvin Monroe, struggles to solve their problems − culminating in a shock therapy-based showdown between the family members − before eventually giving up and refunding their money. Homer takes his family to a company picnic where he is embarrassed by the behavior of Bart, Lisa and Marge. Homer quickly rushes in to break them up. Homer pops out and lands on the floor. Simpsons - Season 1 Episode 4 - Theres No Disgrace Like Home. The episode is inspired by the comedy of Laurel and Hardy and features cultural references to films such as Citizen Kane and Freaks as well as the Batman and Twilight Zone television series. Homer is squeezed off it and says, ", This page was last edited on 31 December 2020, at 17:41. The idea that he would greet his employees using index cards was, however, inspired by Reagan's reported habit of doing so when greeting people. Homer quickly turns around, and tells Bart to give him a kiss; Bart reluctantly agrees, Homer puts on a cheesy smile, but Burns is not amused. When Marge, Bart, and Lisa claim there is nothing wrong with them, Homer tries to prove otherwise by taking them on a neighborhood tour and peeking through living room windows to observe other families. The Simpsons S1 E4 "There's No Disgrace Like Home". Bart suggests this family's the exception to the rule, and Homer shows his family another house. Cut back to Homer disciplining Bart, when Smithers comes over a loudspeaker and announces the father-son sack race. Lou was named after Lou Whitaker - a former Major League Baseball player. They mention they're searching for a family of prowlers, and their scent dog goes crazy when he picks up Homer's scent. The authors of the book I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide, Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, note: "It's very strange to see Homer pawning the TV set in an attempt to save the family; if this episode had come later Marge would surely have taken this stance. Outside, Monroe pays Homer the $500 and the Simpsons happily walk away. Synopsis. The therapist, Dr. Marvin Monroe, struggles to solve their problems − culminating in a shock therapy-based showdown between the family members − before eventually giving up and refunding their money. Development Gag: Mr. Burns mistakenly calls Bart "Brat". [1] It is the first appearance of Itchy & Scratchy, although the cat and mouse duo appeared in the shorts. [11] It was re-released in the UK as part of a VHS boxed set of the complete first season, released in November 1999. After being humiliated at a company picnic, Homer forces Marge and the kids to be more well-behaved, but after nearly getting caught spying on the neighbors, Homer decides to pawn the TV and pay for a session with Dr. Marvin Monroe. 3 hours ago | 0 view. When Bart chimes and agrees with Dr. Monroe, Homer becomes filled with rage, picks up a lamp and threatens to smash Bart with it. [10] It was later re-released in the US in a collector's edition boxed set of the first three volumes of The Best of The Simpsons collections. The episode was screened with five million viewers, slightly less than the show, Dad's Army, which previously held the timeslot. It originally aired on January 28, 1990. Originally, the character was influenced by Ronald Reagan, a concept that was later dropped. It is good everywhere, but why are you home? [4], This episode would have been one of the first seen by British viewers. When Marge and the kids tell Homer they think nothing's wrong with the family, Homer decides to prove to them there's something wrong. Simpsons - Season 1 Episode 4 - Theres No Disgrace Like Home. When the BBC began airing The Simpsons in November 1996, this episode was the first to be shown.[2]. But the father doesn't understand what Homer's talking about. Homer yells at them to stop and tells Bart to offer a prayer first before everyone eats. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it. After being embarrassed by the rest of the family at a company picnic, Homer becomes obsessed with improving their behavior towards each other. [4], The episode's title is a parody of the famous phrase "There's no place like Home" from "Home! Only after Bart comments about what a dump the place is and after Homer tramples the flowerbed, do they realize it's actually their house. The family balks at the idea, but Homer is insistent although it will cost $250. Homer decides to use the money from the kids college fund to pay for the appointment. It's easy, free, and your work on the wiki can be attributed to you. When Homer turns back to his family, he envisions them as devilish creatures trying to pull him down to Hell. The next day, Marge and the kids eat TV dinners in the living room and all watch television when Homer walks in and decides tonight, they are all going to eat at the dinner table like a normal family. The Simpsons Facebook The Simpsons Twitter The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 4: "There's No Disgrace Like Home" Quotes (Homer prepares Bart for the sack race at the company picnic.) Cut to everyone seated at the dinner table, Lisa asks if he's happy now and, when Homer says yes, everyone begins piling food into their mouths. The Simpsons® is a registered trademark of 20th Century Fox. OTH: The Simpsons- "There's No Disgrace Like Home"/"Bart the General" The series is slowly finding its footing, but takes weird stops along the way. Monroe is forced to pull the plug on the machine because the Simpsons are overheating it. Depressed by the outing, Homer has a drink at Moe's, where he sees a television commercial for Dr. Marvin Monroe's Family Therapy Center. Click here for your invite! In the waiting room at the Family Therapy Center, Homer approaches the cashier with $250 in cash and, as he holds the money in his hand, he begins to wonder if the therapy will be worth it. As the "perfect" family drives off, Homer envisions the clouds opening up and a beam of sunlight coming down upon them as they float up to the Heavens. With a fresh sense of unity, the Simpsons use the money to replace their television. Lisa (Yeardley Smith) engages in pranks and silliness? Bart the General. The episode shows telltale signs of being one of the earliest produced. He leads the family in a tour around the neighborhood, peeking into random houses to observe their neighbors. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 28, 1990. It was the second-highest-rated show on Fox that week, following Married... with Children. At Moe's, Homer sits at the bar, watches some boxing on TV and drinks a beer when Eddie and Lou, the two local corruptible cops, stop in for a beer. The family pleads with him not to, but Homer is on a mission to make his family better. Homer reminds Dr. Monroe that his TV commercial promised family bliss or a double-your-money-back guarantee. Regizat de Kent Butterworth, Gregg Vanzo. They continue, "A neat swipe at family counselling with some great set pieces; we're especially fond of the perfect version of the Simpsons and the electric-shock aversion therapy". That's the kind of family unity I like to see. Homer: Quick, Bart, give me a kiss. An unfazed Barney pounds Homer on top of the head, and Homer goes down hard, mimicking the fight on TV. Difficulty: Average. As Homer lies on the ground, he looks up at the TV and sees a commercial for Dr. Marvin Monroe's Family Therapy Center. He places all five Simpsons in their own chairs, hooked up to deliver an electric shock. Outside in the parking lot, Homer confronts the father from the "perfect" family ahead of him, and tells him he can stop the fake cornball routine. In frustration, Dr. Monroe resorts to aversion therapy by wiring the family members to an electric generator so they can deliver shocks to one another to deter misbehavior. Lou was named after Lou Whitaker, a Major League Baseball player. With all of the Simpsons strapped in, Dr. Monroe instructs them only to shock someone else if that person hurts them emotionally. [1][2] Homer explains what's on his mind to Moe and Barney, and,when Barney tells Homer he got dealt a bad hand and no one can control his kids, Homer becomes defensive with Barney and punches him in the face. [3][4] Several of the characters notably behave differently compared to the episodes surrounding it: akin to her portrayal in the Tracey Ullman Show shorts, Lisa is an undisciplined brat indistinguishable from Bart, Marge gets drunk and is inattentive, and Homer is the voice of reason. Bart and Lisa quickly run off to play in the water fountain, and Homer chases after them leaving Marge and Maggie behind. There's No Disgrace Like Home Written by Al Jean and Mike Reiss Directed by Gregg Vanzo and Kent Butterworth. One of the first-produced episodes of the season, it is known for showcasing early designs and different characterizations for several members of the show's cast. [3] The episode marks the first time Burns says "release the hounds". "[2], Colin Jacobson at DVD Movie Guide said in a review that the episode is "[his] least favorite episode of Season One" and further commented: "Homer feels embarrassed by the others? [5] The episode marks the first time Burns refers to "releasing the hounds". https://simpsonswiki.com/w/index.php?title=There%27s_No_Disgrace_Like_Home&oldid=932905. There's No Disgrace Like Home. [2] The scene was rearranged in the editing room, because when it was first produced it played out differently. The episode also faced competition from ITV's screening of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, the longest-running American animated program, and in 2009 it surpassed Gunsmoke as the longest-running American scripted primetime television series. Homer suddenly realizes the answer to his problems and dials the toll free phone number from the commercial. Wikisimpsons has a Discord server! ‎Show SunsetCast - The Simpsons, Ep Simpsons 01x04 - Theres No Disgrace Like Home - Jan 6, 2015 He thanks everyone for coming, but tells them all to leave immediately because the hounds will be released in 10 minutes. Homer plunks the money down, and Dr. Monroe comes out into the waiting room to greet the Simpsons. The Simpsons There's No Disgrace Like HomeS1 E427 Jan 1990 12+ After seeing families being nice to each other at a company picnic, Homer orders the Simpsons to a family therapist. This episode, "There's No Disgrace Like Home", has Homer realizing at Mr. [14], "The Simpsons: The Complete First Season (1990)", "There's No Disgrace Like Home episode capsule", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=There%27s_No_Disgrace_Like_Home&oldid=997471595, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, The family hurries on to the couch. When Homer notices that his boss, Mr. Burns, approves of a "normal", well-mannered family who treat one another with respect, he wonders why his dysfunctional family misbehaves and disrespects everyone. Marge is reluctant at first, but after seeing Homer chase the misbehaving kids around the backyard, she decides to have a glass of punch. The episode shows telltale signs of being one of the earliest shows of the season produced. That's the kind of family unity I like to see. The kid in the family ahead of the Simpsons makes a smart aleck comment, and Mr. Burns orders Smithers to fire the child's father. The edits to this scene were preliminary, but well-received, and remained unchanged in the finished product. Average score for this quiz is 7 / 10. 4. This quiz covers the events of the episode. In the fountain. But when it's revealed the fund has only $85.50 in it, Homer goes to extreme measures and pawns the TV for the remainder of the needed money. [8], The episode was released first on home video in the United Kingdom, as part of a VHS release titled The Simpsons Collection; the episode was paired with season one episode "Bart the General". No episodio, Homeravergoñouse do comportamento da súa familia nun catastrófico picnic da empresa e inscríbeos na terapia. Homer reminds Bart they have to let Mr. Burns win. During his prayer, he expresses his dissatisfaction with the way his family behaves. Report. Everyone heads out, and Homer notices the family ahead of them; the son gives the father a kiss and tells him he had a great time. They all feel a sense of camaraderie with each other and feel good for having "earned" the $500. Back at the center Monroe screams at the Simpsons to stop, but to no avail. The idea that he would greet his employees using index cards was inspired by the way Reagan greeted people. "[2], They continue, "A neat swipe at family counseling with some great set pieces; we're especially fond of the perfect version of The Simpsons and the electric-shock aversion therapy. The fourth ever episode of "The Simpsons" was called "There's No Disgrace Like Home" and first aired on January 28 1990. Smithers, get that man's name. The Simpsons: There's No Disgrace Like Home. "The Simpsons" There's No Disgrace Like Home (1990) [S01E04] The.Simpsons.S01E04.720p.DSNP.WEBRip.DDP5.1.x264 Watch online Download Subtitles Searcher Originally, the character was influenced by Ronald Reagan, but that conceit was later dropped. Homer quickly hops up ahead and tackles Bart just short of the finish line, allowing Mr. Burns to finish first. All Rights Reserved. "There's No Disgrace Like Home" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' first season. Mr. Burns: [Seeing a son kiss his father on the cheek] Ahh. Follow. Realizing he cannot help the Simpsons, Dr. Monroe turns off the generator and orders them to leave. Summary: After the family embarrass Homer at the company picnic, he pawns the TV and takes the family to a psychiatrist. The exercise fails when Bart removes the padding from his mallet and hits the doctor in the knee with the hard inner core. [5], The scene where the family took turns shocking each other in electric chairs appeared in the movie Die Hard 2.[1]. 4 There's No Disgrace Like Home Homer takes his family to a company picnic given by his boss, Mr. Burns, and hopes they will not embarrass him. Playing next. Mr. Burns: [Seeing a son kiss his father on the cheek] Ahh. Smithers, get that man's name. I predict big things for him down at the power plant. [1], The idea behind the scene in which the family takes turn to electrically shock each other was based on Laurel & Hardy throwing pies at each other, albeit played out more sadistically. The Simpsons shock each other so many times that the generator is damaged and the entire city suffers a brownout, delighting Mr. Burns. Solid episode that has some funny moments to see kicks the Simpsons, Dr. Monroe instructs them only shock. Brat '' `` release the hounds '' was released in 10 minutes announces with the his. 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