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Back to Season 16 Index Episode: A Star is Torn

General Information

  • Season: 16
  • Production Code: GABF13
  • Episode Number: 0
  • Airdate: 07 May 2005
  • Writer: Carolyn Omine
  • Director: Nancy Kruse
  • Editor: Gary M. Gadsdon


After eating lots of veg one night, the Simpsons, except Lisa suddenly become ill. Lisa nurses them back to health, singing them a song. The following day they are all onto meat again and Bart suggests that Lisa should enter Krusty's L'il Starmaker Singing competition. (Not affiliated with American Idol). Lisa enters but another girl, Clarrisa enters with a fancier version of the song that Lisa is going to sing.Homer writes a song about Springfield on the spot and it appeases the crowd. Lisa is entered into the competition with Homer as her manager,Lisa manages to reaches the final, when she finds out that Homer is going nuts, Lisa fires him. Homer starts to manage Camron, Lisa's rival in the competition. At the final night, Lisa sings a song that she wrote herself, and it pleases the audience, however, Homer screws Camron up with a song hating Springfield, Lisa wins the final.

Intro Gags

Maggie's Appearences

  • Maggie gets sick and throws up in a jack in the box.
  • Maggie is eating chicken
  • Maggie is sucking on a chicken bone which Bart throws at Lisa
  • Maggie sucks on Homer's nose.

Lisa's Appearences

  • Lisa sings Mockingbird to get the family to sleep.
  • Bart throws a chicken bone at Lisa.
  • Lisa imagines herself in Itchy and Scratchy
  • Homer writes Lisa a song
  • Lisa wins the crowd by singing a song she wrote herself.

Maggie Soundbitest

Maggie Framegrabs - 20

Lisa Framegrabs - 155

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