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Al Jean Batman is not "nothing without his utility belt. Later, at a neighborhood party, while Walt is giving a speech to a group of Springfieldians, Bart sneaks into Walt's home, to try and locate any proof. Bart is horrified when he recognizes his new neighbor as his arch enemy, Sideshow Bob (disguised as Walt Warren), who has returned for revenge. Then Walt says that Bart was right all along; he really is Sideshow Bob! The Simpsons S 21 E 22 The Bob Next Door. Bart (now with no duct-tape on his mouth) starts laughing in Bob's face when Bob tells him that selling the house will be murder which much to Bart's disappointment results in him being gagged again. D'fhéach 6.26 milliún duine ar an eipeasóid. Bart complains about Bob ruining the ending of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, as he never got to that part in the book (despite it being four years old) because he is a slow reader. Bart immediately recognizes Walt's voice as that of Sideshow Bob's and runs off screaming in terror. Learn More. They wrote that "The Bob Next Door" was better than recent Sideshow Bob stories "owing to the Face/Off elements which added a new twist on Bob's escape and murder attempts. No longer can we … Going by this promotional picture, you'd almost swear this was an Enemy Mine between Bob & Bart. "Bob" Ho is an International Chinese Spy in loan to the Central Intelligence Agency. Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share. 463 The Store next Door is on the opposing side from Mort's It's Your Funeral Home & Crematorium. " The Bob Next Door " was a funny return to form that proved there's still a lot to enjoy when The Simpsons pit Bob and Bart against each other. May 16, 2010 Share. Because no single portion of the sequence is illegal, none of the five states will be able to prosecute Bob for Bart's murder. closed down due to not having enough money, Bob steps on a rake that flies up and hits him in the face. The Bob Next Door. " The Simpsons® is a registered trademark of 20th Century Fox. Just before the release took place, Bob knocked Walt out with a sedative, and switched their faces in the prison hospital (albeit with some difficulty), and then simply walked out posing as Walt when the minor offenders were set free. https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/The_Bob_Next_Door?oldid=900713. Nancy Kruse Toggle Dropdown. Homer and Marge attempt to reassure him that "a lot of people sound like Sideshow Bob, like Frasier on Cheers, Frasier on Frasier, and Lt. Krusty the Clown and Sideshow Mel perform a trapeze stunt Walt greets him with a eerily familiar "Hello, Bart." ", but was instead moved to May 16 for an unknown reason. He explains that his cell-mate, Walt, a minor offender, who fortuitously had the same build and facial structure as him, was up for early release. With Bob Newhart, Suzanne Pleshette, Peter Bonerz, Bill Daily. The premise: The Simpsons get a new neighbor, and Bart suspects that he might be Sideshow Bob in disguise. I am Sideshow Bob!" Wikisimpsons has a Discord server! He then used the proceeds from Walt's investments to buy the house next door to the Simpsons. Bob dashes back into his car and, after fixing his face, continues his journey with Bart to Five Corners. According to executive producer Al Jean, "The Bob Next Door" was slated to air on January 14, 2010, along with "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" and "The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – In 3-D! Join to talk about the wiki, Simpsons and Tapped Out news, or just to talk to other users. Springfield Retirement Castle: New Vacancies Every Flu Season 100. As Bob prepares to fire his gun, Bart then jumps to the same state Bob's standing in, pointing out that if Bob shoots Bart in the same state, he'll go to jail. Walt runs to Five Corners, with the waitress saying that all the good men she meets are either gay or have no face. Just then, the new neighbor — Walt Warren — arrives and Bart heads over to introduce himself, "Bart Simpson-style". Walt says "Hawaii" and Bob revokes his choosing privilege. Larry is a supporting antagonist in the 2010 film, The Spy Next Door. In a parallel story-telling of how Bob escaped from prison, between Walt telling the other Simpsons and Bob telling a helpless bound and gagged Bart, it is revealed that he had heard that prisoners convicted of minor offenses were going to be released, and his cellmate Walt was a minor offender and fortuitously had the same build and facial structure as he did. A distant Flanders relative called Ted Flanders moves into the house, and he and Ned start a conversation laced with "Flanders-isms", talking to each other from across the Simpsons' front yard. However, law enforcement officials from the other four states arrive, cutting off Bob's escape. Bart goes over to introduce himself, "Bart Simpson-style". Bob is relieved to finally be able to stop behaving like Walt, and be able to sing all the Gilbert and Sullivan music he damn well pleases! It guest stars Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob. Their plan fails, however, when Walt expresses his distaste for opera and instead declares his love for country. Homer, after smelling cookies baked by realtor Cookie Kwan to attract buyers, decides he wants to purchase the house. He first tries singing Gilbert and Sullivan music, knowing that Bob has a fondness for it and figuring that he won't be able to resist joining in. Click here for your invite! Back in the Simpsons' neighborhood, Walt's former house is vacant, but only temporarily. [4] The TV Critic also gave positive opinion. Bob stops at a diner, abandoning Bart in the car still tied up and gagged to the car seat. Marge and Bart leave, now convinced that Walt cannot be Bob. They both do several rounds of hopping between the different states, until Bob steps on a rake that flies up and hits him in the face. No single portion of the sequence is illegal, therefore none of the five states will be able to prosecute him for Bart's murder. Walt and the other Simpsons then head for The Five Corners. Once Bob spots Bart looking at him through the vision panel, he jumps towards the cell door and mumbles something, before the guard intervenes. This is list of the stores next door from Bob's Burgers. Lisa finds a brochure of The Five Corners, the only point in the U.S.A. where five states meet, with the notation "KILL HERE" handwritten in red. The episode was written by John Frink and directed by Nancy Kruse. Make an account! It features clever word play and is a revolving door of business, often so temporary the sign is crudely painted on a cloth banner. Summary: Bart becomes convinced that his new neighbor, Walt, is his archenemy, Sideshow Bob, disguised and back for revenge. He then tells Bart of his plan to kill him: Bob will stand in one state; reach into a second state and shoot his gun; have the bullet travel through a third state; hit Bart in a fourth state; and Bart will fall dead in the fifth state (although this is not possible, as the bullet would have to curve around to actually kill Bart). It's easy, free, and your work on the wiki can be attributed to you. As Homer, Marge, Lisa, Maggie and Walt go to to Bob's house, Marge asks why he did not tell the prison guards the truth. Directed By Shortly before his release took place, Bob performed plastic surgery on Walt and switched their faces, before simply walking out posing as Walt when he was set free. Walt greets him by saying, "Hello, Bart." P.F.E.T.A. Walt tells Bob to take off his face and give it back to him, but unfortunately he has a bee under Bob's transplanted face, which distracts him and leaves Bob an opening to take the gun back. He has a key to his work disguised as a pen. A guard leads them to Bob's padded cell, where Bart's nemesis is preoccupied with scrawling "Bart Simpson will die" all over the walls. The series also has a soft spot for puns, best exemplified by the Burger of the Day board that hangs in the restaurant. Bart accepts the invitation and shortly after, the pair begin their journey to the Springfield Stadium. [2], Critically, "The Bob Next Door" received very positive reviews. Many citizens move because of the cutbacks, and a house next to the Simpsons' goes on the market. All of the sutures come undone, revealing that his face has been sewn on. The Store next Door is the storefront next to Bob's Burgers on the opposing side from Mort's It's Your Funeral Home & Crematorium.Similar to "It's Your Funeral," this storefront also features clever word play, but unlike the Belchers' long-time steady neighbor Mort, it is a revolving door of businesses, often so temporary the sign is crudely painted on a cloth banner. She tells them that Bob was headed for Mexico. John Frink Shortly afterwards, the Simpson family and Walt arrive at the diner, describe Bob to the waitress, and ask her where they went. Later, Bob stops at a diner for food, where a waitress (mistaking a suture for a jacket thread) accidentally pulls his face off. One of these hidden details is the comical names of the business next door to Bob's Burgers. Here, to end what must assuredly be a fierce, yet completely secret debate over which titles work best, is every Store Next Door from Bob’s Burgers, ranked. "The Bob Next Door" was written by long-term writer John Frink and directed by Nancy Kruse, her second director's credit for Season 21 after "The Devil Wears Nada." "[6], Fan reaction was also positive. There is also the Store Next Door sign, which, like The Simspons' couch gag, changes with each episode. But when Marge tries to convince Bart otherwise by taking him to the state penitentiary, a disturbing truth is revealed, leading to danger for the spiky-haired boy. He was orphaned as a kid. He is actually clean. The guard rushes in to make sure he is okay and "Bob" spits the pen out of his mouth and it hits the guard in the eye, temporarily blinding him. Homer goes stir-crazy. Marge asks him if he cleaned his room and, when he says that he has not, lets him go anyway because she will have something to do while he is gone. Before he can shoot either Bart or Walt, Chief Wiggum arrives with Eddie and Lou from Springfield's State to arrest Bob, revealing that Bart wasn't really convinced that Bob was Walt. Back at Evergreen Terrace, Walt's former house is now vacant, but only temporarily. The song that Bart and Milhouse sing (when they try to bait "Walt" into exposing himself as being Bob in disguise) is from the Gilbert and Sullivan play The Mikado. Nextdoor is the neighborhood hub for trusted connections and the exchange of helpful information, goods, and services. Lisa also finds a brochure for the fictional Five Corners, the only point in the U.S.A. where five states meet, with the notation "KILL BART HERE" handwritten in red. To prove it to them, Walt takes off his shoes and shows them his short feet. Bob then becomes so frustrated that he chooses to just shoot Bart and get it done with, regardless of jurisdiction, and tell people that he did the plan. He tried writing, "Bart Simpson Will Die" on the walls to warn the Simpsons but they ignored him then. Batman is not "nothing without his utility belt." Commander Tom Dodge on Down Periscope". Bart accepts the invitation and asks Marge if he can go. Also, at least one of the banks in the world that received Homer's loans, the Iceland National Bank, closed down due to not having enough money, causing the populace to want to kill Homer Simpson. He searches through cupboards, drawers and a stack of magazines, but fails to find any solid confirmation that Walt is indeed Bob. He uncovers the shocking truth and a … Walt explains that he couldn't properly move Bob's lips, so the guards assumed he was insane and locked him in a padded cell. "Like Frasier on Cheers, Frasier on Frasier, and Lt. Marge points out that his message was open to interpretation, to which Walt admits he's not a good writer. Meanwhile, Bob recounts his escape from prison to Bart. Bart gets into Walt's Hybrid and they start driving to the stadium. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Bart plans to unmask Walt as Bob. The A.V Club called it "refreshing" and "a fine half-hour of entertainment." If you no longer wish to see messages from this author, you can mute them to hide their messages from your feed. The Springfield Police Department is also affected by the cutbacks, being forced to allow low-level criminals to get away with crimes, due to lacking the resources—and especially the funding—to go after them. Billboard Bob arrives at The Five Corners and has himself and Bart (with his hands and feet bound with duct tape) stand in two of the states at the meeting point. In order to put an end to Bart's paranoia, Marge plans to take Bart to Springfield Penitentiary to show him that Sideshow Bob remains in jail. In the bedroom, they find dozens of pictures of Bart  and one of Krusty with knives in them, effigies of Bart being hanged and drowned in an aquarium, and so on; Homer comments that Bob really does not like Bart. Many Springfieldians move because of the crisis, including The Simpsons' neighbors, Ruth and Laura Powers and their home is put on the market. Bob explains that he isn't actually Sideshow Bob, he's the real Walt Warren. "[7], The episode currently has a 7.4/10 IMDb rating and a 8.7/10 rating on TV.com.[8][9]. The episode was viewed by an estimated 6.258 million households, making it one of the highest rated shows that evening, after Family Guy. He is a good friend of Bob’s. According to executive producer Al Jean, "The Bob Next Door" was slated to air on January 14, 2010, along with "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" and "The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special in 3-D on Ice", but was instead moved to May 16 for an unknown reason. He formerly worked for Glaze and had a fellow employee named Colton James. The unsettled waitress sends the Simpsons to Mexico, while Walt, sensing that she fell in love with his face and is purposefully sending them on the wrong route, carries on for Five Corners. They ultimately gave "The Bob Next Door" a 8.5/10 rating, adding that the episode "reminded us what makes Bob so much fun. Bart immediately recognizes Walt's voice as Sideshow Bob's voice and runs off screaming. The sentence "However, Bart is convinced that Walt is his archenemy, Sideshow Bob in disguise, because, rather worryingly, they have the same voice." He was portrayed by Lucas Till. Besides Mort's Mortuary and Bob's restaurant, the space next door always has a new tenant. Join your neighborhood. That night, Bob launches an escape plan. He lived next door to his girlfriend turned wife Gillian and married her in the end. Fans complimented the final showdown at Five Corners, which was described as "inspired", but many were critical of Bob switching faces with Walt labeling it as "a bit too far fetched. "Bob" goes to the Simpsons' house. Bart fears his new neighbor might be Sideshow Bob — and his suspicions send The Simpsons into a bizarre case of mistaken identity. He heads outside the prison and, after avoiding the attack hounds (one of which mistakes Bob's hair for a bush and pees on him), makes it over the prison wall. Show Runner(s) It is unknown how he came under Poldark's wing, but it can be implied he may have learned to speak with an American accent to hide his true intentions and Glaze may have secretly helped him into the operation as well. It originally aired on May 16, 2010. According to executive producer Al Jean, "The Bob Next Door" was slated to air on January 14, 2010, along with "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" and "The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special in 3-D on Ice", but was instead moved to May 16 for an unknown reason. The Simpsons believe her and go to Mexico, but Walt, sensing that the waitress is attracted to Bob, knows this is not true and goes to Five Corners himself, but before going, the waitress notices another "loose tread" on Walt, and pulls it off. Back at the Simpson house, Homer and Marge release Walt and head over to Bob's house, where, in his bedroom, they discover dozens of pictures of Bart with knives in them, effigies of Bart being hanged and drowned in an aquarium, and so on. She removes what she thinks is a loose thread on his jacket, but it is really one of the stitches from the face transplant. Episode Number On Ice! They compared the episode's final moments to previous Sideshow Bob episode "Cape Feare" and concluded, "If The Simpsons intends to self-plagiarize (and it obviously does), that's a good episode to copy." Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon. At an emergency town-hall meeting, Mayor Quimby announces to Springfield's citizens that the town is suffering from an economic crisis. They conclude that their new neighbor is a lover of hybrid cars, antique furniture, and koi ponds. The law enforcement officials from the other four states quickly make an appearance, cutting off Bob's escape. To hide this specific discussion from your feed, you can mute the discussion. The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special in 3-D on Ice, IGN - The Simpsons Say Hello to Season 21 - "Executive Producer Al Jean tells us what's to come this season. He ultimately ends up getting caught by Marge. needs to be reworded. ", TVbytheNumbers - "TV Ratings: Survivor Finale Tops ABC's Finale Sunday, Celebrity Apprentice Ties Series Low", IGN: The Simpsons: "The Bob Next Door" Review, A.V Club - FOX Animation - "The Bob Next Door"/"Cleveland's Angels"/"The Splendid Source"/"Great Space Roaster", TVCritic.org Simpsons - Episode 22 - The Bob Next Door review, TVFanatic.com: The Simpsons Review: "The Bob Next Door", NoHomers.net Fan forum - Episode discussion: R&R: The Bob Next Door, https://simpsonswiki.com/w/index.php?title=The_Bob_Next_Door&oldid=946745, Batman is not "nothing without his utility belt.". The Simpsons get a new next door-neighbor, who, despite all appearances, Bart believes to be SIDESHOW BOB! All 0 songs featured in The Simpsons season 21 episode 22: The Bob Next Door, with scene descriptions. Production Code One of our favorite Simpsons characters, nay villains of all times, Sideshow Bob returned to the show last night in "The Bob Next Door" so expect this to be an extremely biased review. Harold (of the Purple Crayon) makes a line drawing of the Simpsons' living room, and the fully-drawn Simpsons come in and sit on the couch, and then Harold draws a beer for Homer. Written By Title Screen Bob remarks, as Bart watches, unnerved. Colton James is a fellow employee of Bob Ho. The Bob Next Door " adalah episode kedua puluh dua dari musim kedua puluh satu sitkom animasi Amerika Serikat The Simpsons. "The Bob Next Door" is the twenty-second episode of season 21 of The Simpsons and the four-hundred and sixty-third episode overall. Bob brags about his plan, saying that "the sum total is the greatest murder since Snape killed Dumbledore!" In the middle of the movie, Bob thought he, as well as Glaze, who actually did, betrayed America was a enemy.

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