The simpsons three men and a comic book

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Three Men and a Comic Book - Wikipedia

Enlisting Milhouse and Martin, Bart is finally able to buy the comic, but ends up fighting with his two best friends over who gets to keep it. He doesn't have enough money in his own allowance and his parents refuse to give Bart extra money. So, Bart turns to Mrs. Glick , who has some rather unsavory chores around the house that he can do, but she only gives him 50 cents for his hard work. Bart returns to the comic book store, only with a few cents extra, and runs into Milhouse and Martin. None of them want to let the comic book out of their sights and plan to spend the night together in Bart's treehouse. As a storm approaches, Martin devises a plan so that the three boys have equal access to the comic.
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The Simpsons - S02E21 - Three Men and One Comic Book Part 3

"Three Men and a Comic Book" is the twenty-first episode of The Simpsons' second season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 9.

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Cloris Leachman as Mrs. Glick Daniel Stern as the adult version of Bart. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 9, In the episode, Bart catches a glimpse of the original issue of Radioactive Man for sale at a comic book convention, so he, Martin , and Milhouse combine their money to buy the valuable comic book, only to lose it due to their selfishness and inability to share. The episode was written by Jeff Martin and directed by Wes Archer. It features cultural references to comic book characters such as Casper the Friendly Ghost and Richie Rich.

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5 thoughts on “S02E21 - Three Men And A Comic Book, an episode from Simpsons Podcast. on Spotify

  1. The Simpsons has played a huge role in bringing comic book culture into the mainstream, largely because the show is so transparently the work of geeks with giant brains, far too much pop-culture knowledge, and little in the way of conventional social skills or attractiveness.

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