Episode Fact File: March 9th Double Bill

Hello Tappers!

February has been the quite month of Simpson episodes with no episodes airing due to transmission of the Super Bowl XLVIII, the 2014 Winter Olympics, the 2014 Daytona 500 and the 86th Academy Awards.

However we have now just stepped into our first week of March and ending with a brand NEW double-bill episodes of The Simpsons which also brought a NEW episode tie-in. We will follow the same process for an episode fact file, and hopefully I could provide you with a full guide ready for you to watch on Sunday.

Sunday will be a double bill of the Simpsons with two episodes airing! This post will be longer than usual but with the same information. We will start off with the first episode airing on Sunday, ‘Diggs’:


Episode Description: Bart is rescued from a confrontation with Springfield Elementary’s bullies by Diggs (guest voice Daniel Radcliffe), a recent transfer student and aspiring champion in the niche sport of falconry. But, Bart soon discovers that Diggs wants to do more than just wrangle falcons: he wants to take to the sky himself.

Episode Details: ‘Diggs’ is the 12th episode of season 25 airing on March 9, 2014 as part of a back-to-back airing, along with “The Man Who Grew Too Much”. The episode is written by Dan Greaney and Allen Glazier and will be available on FOX. 

Episode Mini Clips:

Diggs Chomet Couch Gag:

Homer Lends Bart A Twenty:

Episode Image Slideshow:

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Previous Episode: Specs and the City

Next Episode: The Man Who Grew Too Much

Guest Star: Daniel Radcliffe

The Man Who Grew Too Much:

Episode Description: On a research trip, Lisa is shocked to discover that Sideshow Bob is now the chief scientist at a massive chemical engineering company, but her fears are allayed as she becomes enamored with his like minded appreciation of high-culture. Meanwhile, Marge’s attempt to preach healthy sexual practices to a teen church group which goes awry.

Episode Details: The Man Who Grew Too Much is the 13th episode of Season 25 airing on March 9, 2014 as part of a back-to-back airing, along with ‘Diggs’. The episode is written by Jeff Westbrook and will be available on FOX.

Episode Mini Clips:

Marge’s Puppet Preaching Problem:

Episode Image Slideshow: 

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Previous Episode: Diggs

Next Episode: The Winter of His Content

Guest Star: Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob

That is all the information required for this weekends episode and if there is any more news or clips updated between the time, I will update this post to keep you updated. I hope you are all enjoying the episode tie-in and keep collecting FP! Happy Tapping, Nathan.


4 thoughts on “Episode Fact File: March 9th Double Bill

  1. johnboy1sb2 03/10/2014 — 13:20

    Anyone else notice in the opening of ” Diggs “, the billboard that read ” St. Patrick’s Day at Moe ‘ s Leprechauns Drink Free ” ? I hope they use that as a nudge to bring the wishing well and the leprechaun back once more. I didn’t get it last time, but I wish I had.


  2. The Sylvain Chomet couch gag gives me so much joy! 😀


  3. Machobravado 03/08/2014 — 12:53

    So “the man who grew too much” is a bob episode. Mysterious scientist my diddley, I hate sideshow bob episodes.


    1. Mr. Lemming 03/08/2014 — 23:11

      I personally love them (especially when they brought his brother in voiced by David Hyde Pierce as a throwback to Frasier), but I also have an odd feeling in my head that perhaps this could introduce Bob as an actual NPC in the game…? It seems odd to have him the focus of something where he’s supposedly good once again just to not do anything with him past a new crop to grow.


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