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Several of the show's original writers who had worked on The Simpsons since the first season had left following the completion of season four."Cape Feare", which was the final episode to be produced by the "original team", Jay Kogen, Wallace Wolodarsky, Sam Simon and Jeff Martin wrote their final episodes for the season four production run.As high the expectations from Game of Thrones Season 6 were rendered, what we actually saw in the Episode did disappointed us. Well the Episode was named Blood of my Blood and we say two important bloodline altercations. Remember from Season 1, Benjen Stark who was missing. Btw the other person was “Walder Frey” who also is not so very much dead, though we are still to look into the deep persona of him.Well never the less, my job is to let you know what happened in the Episode no. Turns out he was dead and now has been resurrected by the Children of the Forest. (Y) Well apart from these there were few incidents, majorly Arya uniting with her needle and deciding not to go on a contracted murder spree and to leave the castle of Black and White, wonder is that easy.Last but not the least, lets have a look at what’s happening in the north?Well the Greyjoy siblings are very much eager to take back what’s theirs and John Snow is ready with an army. That John Snow part will happen in the coming Episode.The Simpsons' fifth season originally aired on the Fox network between September 30, 1993 and May 19, 1994.
The episode "Deep Space Homer" was the only episode to be written by David Mirkin and was controversial amongst the show's writing staff when the episode was in production.Some of the writers felt that having Homer go into space was too "large" of an idea.Matt Groening felt that the idea was so big that it gave the writers "nowhere to go".The Fox executives had wanted to premiere with "Homer Goes to College" because it was a National Lampoon's Animal House parody, but the writers felt "Homer's Barbershop Quartet" would be a better episode because of Harrison's involvement.This was a result of the staff's careless attitude towards the end of season four as the majority of them were leaving which, combined with the shortness of the episode, led to the creation of the rake sequence, became a memorable moment for this episode.
It also includes the 100th episode, "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song".