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Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Jake L. » Wed Apr 03, 2002 10:53 pm

6:01. (Sixth Season Premier)  "Kids in the Basket"
Maggie and Eric, after winding up stranded in runaway hot air balloon over the atlantic and fearing for their lives, recall their glorious bouts of sibling rivalry growing up via flashbacks.

6:02. "Poor Little Rich Boy"
Mark DeGeorge, Felecia's father, and his father, Mark DeGeorge Sr have never seen eye to eye, but after a skiing accident, M. DeGeorge Sr. calls his son, along with Mandy, Felecia and Eric to his hideaway in the Rockies.  Trying to make some peace with Mark Jr, Mark Sr. fails, but finds solace with Eric and writes him into his will, to Mark Jr's. disgust.  Meanwhile,  Eric is overwelmed by all of these events while Mark Jr. tries to find a why to pry Eric out of the picture.

6:03. "Lisa the Stranded"
Lisa's convertable breaks down in the middle of rural W. Virgina town called Populous, pop. 124 in a rainstorm.  Out of her Cellphones calling area, Lisa is forced to spend the night in a shady, run down 50's Motel and talks with the owner, a former blues singer who used to be in the circut with Bleeding Gums Murphy.  

6:04. "Sister Freak"
Maggie's 'dream of the moment' gives Marge ulcers--Maggie wants to join the circus and do dangerous stunts, but Eric and Homer are deathly against it because Eric thinks the ideas is retarded and Homer is against it because Maggie won't allow him to be part of the action.

6:05. "Treehouse of Horror: Superhero Special"

Act 1: Eric is bitten by a radioactive Mosquito and developes a thirst for blood and causes his victims to break out in a horrible rash.

Act 2: Maggie's exposed to massive gamma rays from the nuclear plant becomes the teen-she-Hulk and causes and aids crime at the same time.

Act 3: Bart new alter ego, after Bartman, is he now dawns a cape and new crime fighting persona-- D-MANN, the crime fighting DJ who uses a slick voice, high-powered sound waves  and high-velocity CDs to stop crime.

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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by c_nordlander » Thu Apr 04, 2002 3:12 am

*LOL* That mosquito idea... great!
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Post by Archonix » Thu Apr 04, 2002 4:46 am

For some reason that last super-hero idea reminds me of The Mystery Men...
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by aoifestorm » Thu Apr 04, 2002 1:07 pm

:) Eric, you have so many ideas! "Poor Little Rich Boy" sounds like it could make for some interesting drama.
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Stretch_Dude » Fri Apr 05, 2002 7:57 am

Jake, I gotta know: How long will it take you to call up Matt Groening about this? It's brilliant!
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Hera_Potter » Mon Apr 08, 2002 7:22 am

For some reason that last super-hero idea reminds me of The Mystery Men...
 ;D My parents told me about that movie... didn't one of them have a super power that was just getting angry?  :)

I agree with Aoife: Poor Little Rich Boy has some nice opportunities for drama.

They sound great, but one question: how does Maggie cause and solve crime at the same time? I think I have a rough idea...
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Post by Ranman » Mon Apr 08, 2002 7:26 am

Maybe she's just like all other superheroes: she stops criminals, but causes massive property damage in the process. ;D
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Hera_Potter » Mon Apr 08, 2002 10:55 am

Say no more.  :)
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Jake L. » Thu Apr 11, 2002 3:13 pm

:) Eric, you have so many ideas! "Poor Little Rich Boy" sounds like it could make for some interesting drama.
Eric?  ;D

Anyway, thanks for the comments, guys and gals and here's some more of Season 6:

6.06: The Florist of Arabia
Homer helps Eric pick out some flowers for Felecia's Birthday (yikes!) at the local flower shop, and soon finds out, without Eric and Felecia knowing, the florist has had a secret crush on Felecia's mother, Mandy, for quite sometime and wants to steal her away for his brother's (illegal) Harem.

6.07: Bartman Returns
In a non-THoH episode, Bart learns of someone calling themself "Bartman" is stopping petty crime in the city--and is doing a better job than he did in his day.  However, when he learns it is Maggie whom has taken up his old cowl and cape, he pressures her to stop, but begins to wonder if his hostility towards her is out of caring or out of jealousy, or both.

6.08: The Mayoral Popularity Contest
Former Heavyweight champ, Dredarik Tatum decides to run for Mayor of Springfield.  While Skinner pushes is Moderate agenda for reelection, Tatum uses his star power and still youthful good looks (not to mention boxing image) to help him get elected.  This causes a split between Maggie and Eric as Eric has some understanding of politics (not at Lisa's level at his age) and Maggie simply thinks Tatum's "cool" and tries to rally support for him.

6.09: The Final Fun Beer
When the Duff Corp closes the bottling plant in Springfield in one massive, overight layoff and reopens in Mexico,  'hardcore' beer drinkers, like Homer, notice that he brew has an odd flavor bought on by the Mexican water and wanting his old tasting beer back, he rallies Duff and Springfield to bring the plant back.

6.10: Just for Kicks
Maggie's dislike for the current level of Soccer begins to overcome her and when her raw emotion is seen by a scouting agent, he signs her up to the XST--the Xtreme Soccer Teamz where it's a no-holds barred soccer league with few rules and a lot more injuries, plus a small paycheck.  Unfortunetly, Marge is against the idea and Eric smells a scam.
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by aoifestorm » Thu Apr 11, 2002 3:21 pm

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Eric?  ;D

:D Doh!  Talk about a Freudian slip, eh?  ;)

More great ideas as usual, Jake.  I still wish something could be done with them.
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by c_nordlander » Thu Apr 11, 2002 5:22 pm

I agree, good potential for fun here. Hmmm... we can't possibly except Jake to write 6+ seasons all by himself... so what if some of us helped, like we did with the High-School Spinoff? [cue soppy cinematic music here] We can all help out! Blah blah blah! Hope!
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Hera_Potter » Fri Apr 12, 2002 12:02 am

Hey, what happened to Ralph Wiggum 12 years into the future? Or Janey, Allison, Martin, Nelson, Sherri, Terri, Lewis, Richard, Wendell, Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney?
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Craig_Fotheringham » Fri Apr 12, 2002 2:20 am

My god, I wish I could come up with as many good ideas.  :'(

How do you do it?
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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Jake L. » Fri Apr 12, 2002 2:29 am

Hey, what happened to Ralph Wiggum 12 years into the future? Or Janey, Allison, Martin, Nelson, Sherri, Terri, Lewis, Richard, Wendell, Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney?
I'll probably draw them in the background or give them a line or, two.  The only thing that scares me is what Sheri and Teri could look like being 22 years old. :o ???

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Re: Maggie & Eric: Season 6

Post by Craig_Fotheringham » Fri Apr 12, 2002 6:52 am

If you want to see what Sherri and Terri look like in their 20's, you should download TIS (I forget which one is normal, however).
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