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The Simpsons | Episode Guide | Season Six
And Maggie Makes Three

Maggie makes her entrance, flashback style.

Episode 2F10
Written by Jennifer Crittenden
Directed by Swinton 0. Scott III
Also starring: Pamela Hayden, Maggie Roswell

Premise: Inspired by an especially dull night's TV viewing, Homer has a flashback to the distant days of 1993 and the birth of Maggie.

Features: Patty and Selma, Carl and Lenny, Chief Wiggum, Apu, Moe, Barney, Mr Burns, Smithers, Dr Hibbert, Captain McCallister, Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Jackie Bouvier, Ruth Powers, Mrs van Houten.

Couch: Homer enters as James Bond, viewed down the barrel of a gun.

Homage: The Simpsons are watching Knight Boat at the start of the episode, a reference to the eighties kids' adventure series Knight Rider ('Oh, there's a canal every week,' moans Bart).

Notes: A surprisingly traditional episode. The flashback to 1993 seems a bit odd, but this is a good example of a story that doesn't overly rely on set pieces and confounded expectations for its success.



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I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons GuideThe information in this section is taken from 'I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide' by Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, published by Virgin Books. Content © 2000 Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood.

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