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13. The Many Saints Of Springfield

HOMER (Dan Castellaneta), MARGE (Julie Kavner), BART (Nancy Cartwright), LISA (Yeardley Smith) and MAGGIE are instantly identifiable television icons. Rounding out this cast of characters are many beloved Springfield residents, including tavern proprietor MOE SZYSLAK (Hank Azaria) and nuclear power plant owner MR. BURNS (Harry Shearer).

13. The Many Saints of Springfield

One of the most enduring elements of The Simpsons is Springfield's elastic but firm continuity. It's what allows the characters to experience three decades of evolution while still being firmly set in a specific period of their lives. Only a handful of characters ever go through serious permanent changes. But as a result, many characters who've chosen darker paths are doomed to always walk them -- including one of the show's most consistent antagonists.

But this soft side to Fat Tony is put to the test in "The Many Saints of Springfield" when he finds a new business partner in Ned Flanders. After meeting by happenstance at church, Fat Tony becomes an angel investor allowing Ned to restart the Leftorium he first opened in Season 3. The two even develop a close friendship, sharing a deep Christian faith despite their many differences. Yet upon discovering the truth, Flanders ends up wearing a wire to build a case against Fat Tony that puts him into jail. Before he reveals the truth, Flanders makes a grand attempt to convince Tony to embrace his good side and forgo his more violent ends. While Tony reaffirms his faith, he doesn't recant his actions -- and Flanders is almost shot then and there on Tony's orders, only spared by the timely arrival of the authorities.

The Many Saints of SpringfieldEpisode Number741Production CodeOABF06Original AirdateFebruary 19, 2023Main character(s)Ned FlandersFit-Fat TonyBlackboard TextTBATitle ScreenTBABillboardTBACouch GagHomer goes into his couch and finds many things he haven't seen that much, but then those memories go mad and try to attack Homer.Special Guest VoicesPaul Fusco as ALFKipp Lennon as Italian American SingerJoe Mantegna as Fit-Fat TonyShow Runner(s)Al JeanWritten ByAl JeanDirected ByBob AndersonCredits

After not watching this show for many years, I watched this episode and man, all the actors except for Lisa sound so tired. I mean, it makes sense considering that everyone voice acting and producing the show are old now. But the low energy voice performance made the episode extremely boring. Besides that, the episode had one moment that made me laugh, Homer opening his car and all the snacks he ate fall out of his car and make a pile. But other than that, ehh. I find it interesting how the title of the episode is based on The Many Saints of Newark, a below average (in my opinion) prequel to The Sopranos, a classic.

First saint as a entry level wount be like a Corvette compared to a VW hell this gun has more out in it from spring field then most high end ars have and just as good or better yes from trigger to stock to barrel to 9 in gas system this gun is the cream of the crop I put it up against the biggest boys out there yes dd colt fn ltm Wilson combat etc it's that dam good get a bmc it rapture charger a risa 189 nickel boron bolt carrier and a sweet vortex etc site sling and you ready for wwlll saints or the gun to beleave in quality over 200 years Springfield has won wars from civil war to nam. Ml m14 1911 the name is as strong as colt fn rem it's a gem try one run good lube lk frog lube gtg Springfield saint the name of quality slickrick midway ga.

Same as new colts they not a all.out colt mixed parts from tons different companies le6920 best true for colt am.saying the Springfield has had mich good stuff as any ar these days for less ok ar 15 all or same no diff in lower if it's a 7075 upper or lower they all made same specs only finesh quality build on some or better one company mades 8 diff uppers lowers for lots only name sake on them far as Springfield being old school made ever new colts or not same as. Old school if it has a code stamp with Cr on sn it's not true mitlary spec most of not but as far as colt 6920 le god they or as close to real as u ever get only semi and in and hafe different but am saying new saint is a winner in ar class so many made good ars but saints out more bang for the buck then any mafg

Im a Marine infantry combat vet. This was my first personal ar-15. I love it. 500 yard shots, no problem. Feels great, looks fantastic (i have the earth tone and love it), has a really nice crisp trigger for stock, and its never malfunctioned. Im so happy with it i dont feel the need for a better 5.56 rifle and ive had it for several years. Heck it even came with a hard case. My single complaint is the word saint being so huge on the mag well, lol. I highly recommend. It feels like a $1200 rifle but costs alot less. And yes, i would be totally comfortable putting into a combat scenario. As a side note, ive never been disappointed with springfield. I also own a Springfield xdm .45 match grade with a 5.25in barrel. I love it too!

Bs saintsbeter then dd all day lone look at finsh both millspec saints build better 2000 for dd ha a joke saint is better geeenmoutain make s colt bcm bbr to button shoots twice as good as dd check witch is weak whem.made go saint up against the biggest out there and beats most as well

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