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The Simpsons. Sideshow Bob Roberts

Author: Dr Demento; Larry King
Publisher: United States : Fox, United States : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [1994-10-09] ; ©2005.
Series: Simpsons, the complete sixth season, disc 1.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Animation : Film : English : DVD collector's ed. [DVD version includes audio commentary by Matt Groening, David Mirkin, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, and Mark Kirkland, deleted scenes, and has English, Spanish, and French tracks, and English and Spanish subtitles. Lacks commercials]
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"Homer has been listening to a conservative radio talk show host. One day Sideshow Bob calls in from prison, voicing his conservative views. The host, Barlow, gets Sideshow Bob released from prison. Upon Sideshow Bob's release, the town's Republicans want him to run for mayor against Quimby. Bob outwits Quimby in every debate and wins by a huge landslide. Lisa is skeptical (as usual) about how he did it, so she  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Animation
Situation comedies
Caricatures and cartoons
Named Person: Dr. Demento; Larry King
Material Type: Animation, Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Dr Demento; Larry King
OCLC Number: 423617150
Notes: Episode no. 2F02; production no. 605.
Performer(s): Voices: Nancy Cartwright (Bart); Dan Castellaneta (Homer); Julie Kavner (Marge); Yeardley Smith (Lisa); Harry Shearer (others). Guests: Hank Azaria (Apu, Moe Szyslak, Police Chief Wiggum, Carl, comic book guy, Dr. Nick Riviera, Prof. Frink, Cletus, sea captain, Kirk Van Houten, Superintendant Chalmers); Kelsey Grammer (Sideshow Bob Terwilliger); Dr. Demento (himself); Larry King (himself); Henry Corden (Fred Flintstone).
Series Title: Simpsons, the complete sixth season, disc 1.
Other Titles: Simpsons (Television program : 1989- ).
Sideshow Bob Roberts
Simpsons (Television program : 1989- ).
Simpsons (Television program : 1989- ).
Simpsons (Television program : 1989- ).
Responsibility: Gracie Films in association with 20th Century Fox Television ; created by Matt Groening ; executive producers, Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, and Sam Simon ; writers, Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein ; director, Mark Kirkland.

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"Homer has been listening to a conservative radio talk show host. One day Sideshow Bob calls in from prison, voicing his conservative views. The host, Barlow, gets Sideshow Bob released from prison. Upon Sideshow Bob's release, the town's Republicans want him to run for mayor against Quimby. Bob outwits Quimby in every debate and wins by a huge landslide. Lisa is skeptical (as usual) about how he did it, so she investigates. Meanwhile, Homer has problems with the gang from Riverdale. Sideshow Bob imposes a few new policies. For one he condemns the Simpsons' house to help make way for the new Matlock Expressway, much to the delight of the seniors. Second, he gets Bart placed in kindergarten. Lisa discovers how Sideshow Bob won the election: he had dead people vote for him. He admits to all of this when Bart and Lisa outwit him in front of the town. Sideshow Bob goes back to prison"--TV.com, as viewed on February 3, 2006.

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