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The Simpsons, much like guest star Ken Griffey, Jr., debuted in 1989. Both were at the top of their game in the early 1990s, declined in the next decade, and probably stuck around a little too long.
Oh... hi, Gordie (yep, he's been in a Simpsons episode, too.)
"Bart The Lover" and "Homer At The Bat" aired in consecutive weeks back in February of 1992, just out of our jurisdiction here at The 1993. The first episode to air in calendar year '93 is considered by many to be the greatest Simpsons episode of all time : Marge vs. The Monorail.
This was one of three episodes written by Conan O'Brien, who would go on to host his own late-night talk show starting in September of 1993.
Following this masterpiece, these ten Simpsons episodes round out Season 4:
Season 5 of The Simpsons kicked off on September 30, 1993 with "Homer's Barbershop Quartet"
Following that, nine more episodes aired in 1993:
Do you agree that "Marge vs. The Monorail" is the best Simpsons episode ever?
What's your favorite Simpsons episode of all-time? Do you still watch The Simpsons?
Thanks for reading!