The funeral is hosted by Reverend Lovejoy with the wake being held in the Simpson house. Bart is then made to go play with Rod and Todd since they are feeling down. After the wake, Homer takes Ned home and puts him to bed. Later that night, Ned throws stones at Homer's window, wanting to talk to him. Homer then decides to help Ned by making him a dating profile video via Video Matchmaking. In his usual bumbling fashion, Homer manages to include completely unnecessary and potentially harmful pieces of information about Ned, such as a close-up of Ned entering his PIN number at an ATM machine, and Ned taking a shower.
Ned was hesitant to submit the video but later did so when he got lonely. Ned then had a few dates, with Lindsey Naegle , Edna Krabappel and Diane , but none of them went well. One Sunday morning, Ned decides that he does not want to go to church, because he doubts the Lord for having taken Maude. Guilt-ridden, he later rushes to church apologizing out loud to God the whole way and arrives just in time to see Kovenant , a Christian rock band, starting to perform.
As Ned walks in, he realizes that he likes the song, and finds himself attracted both physically and spiritually to the lead singer, Rachel Jordan. After the service, Ned helps Rachel load equipment into the band's van, and strikes up a conversation with her.
It turns out that the attraction is mutual, and Rachel suggests that she and Ned get together after Kovenant gets back from touring with the Monsters of Christian Rock. Ned smiles and says, "Maybe we can. My name's Ned Flanders, and I'm here every week -- rain or shine! Due to Maggie Roswell leaving the show, the producers decided that it could be a way to explore more of Ned's character and do something different. It was then George Meyer 's idea to kill off Maude.
However, not a single driver wanted to guest star due to the portrayal of the racing in the episode. The joke with Ian Maxtone-Graham's credit being huge was not his idea. Originally, the idea was for the joke to be about the credits ruining the first five minutes of an episode. They wanted Maude's death to be funny, but not horrifying.
The camera was supposed to follow Maude but pans the wrong way and the shot never got retaken due to a clerical error. In the original script, there was a scene where Rod and Todd were to discuss their mother's death before the funeral, but it just came across as sad so it was cut. The producers were unsure of how to jump from Maude's death to Ned dating again, and decided that Homer being the one to start it was the best idea as he is thoughtless.
They also didn't want Ned to be ready to move on from Maude. Canning in particular felt that the episode was hurried. He said that the "episode made a poor choice by rushing through the mourning period and moving right into Ned dating". As of December , the episode has a 7. Lowe's Motor Speedway president Jerry Gappens expressed his concern over the episode, as the scene of Lenny being crushed by a tire appeared to parody an actual incident.
During the aborted Indy Racing League IndyCar Series Visionaire k event, on May 1, , flying tires in a Lap 62 crash killed three spectators, forcing the track to abandon the race before the halfway point. Lowe's Motor Speedway were even contemplating placing a complaint to Fox for the episode. Talk Contributions Create account Log in. Essential pages. A commercial for "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily" that aired before the episode was broadcast was criticized by many viewers because it appeared the episode would be parodying an incident at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina that left three spectators dead.
Then-Fox affiliate WCCB in Charlotte, North Carolina refused to show the commercial, but after viewing the episode they came to the conclusion that it was not making fun of the incident. On a trip to the bird sanctuary, the Simpson family discovers that an oval racing track built around the sanctuary is opening that day, to Lisa's dismay.
The family watches the stock car race from the stand and sees Ned Flanders and his family, who claims to enjoy the high levels of safety the drivers use. Later, a squad of cheerleaders fires free T-shirts from air cannons into the crowd, and Homer rudely demands one. Irritated, Maude leaves to buy hot dogs. The cheerleaders send a full salvo of T-shirts in Homer's direction, but at the last second he spots a bobby pin and bends over to pick it up, just as Maude returns.
The T-shirts hit Maude and she falls over the bleachers to the ground, where Dr. Hibbert declares her dead. Everyone offers their condolences to a devastated Ned, and Bart reluctantly plays a Christian video game with Rod and Todd. Homer accompanies Ned back home after the funeral and talks with him later that night when Ned is unable to sleep due to his loneliness and concern over having to raise his sons alone.
Feeling bad for his part in Maude's death, Homer secretly makes a videotape of Ned to show to single women across Springfield in order to help him get on with his life. Ned gets to date several women thanks to the tape, including Lindsey Naegle and Edna Krabappel , but none of them are successful.
On a Saturday night, Ned prays to God, but becomes angry when he feels he is not getting any response. The next morning, Ned is still angry and tells his sons he will not be going to church, scaring them. Guilt-ridden, he later rushes to church and upon entering, sees a Christian rock band, Kovenant, performing.
He is attracted to the singer, Rachel Jordan , who sings about not losing faith in God because He is always there for people. Inspired by the song, Ned later assists Rachel in loading some equipment onto her truck and confides in her of his loss, with which she sympathizes. He and Rachel become acquainted, but she has to leave for the next stop on the band's tour, promising to come back and meet up with him afterward.
However, according to Scully, they could not get a single one because "they were all concerned about the way we were portraying NASCAR". The episode features the death of the character Maude Flanders,  who had previously been voiced by cast member Maggie Roswell.
This kill-off was the result of Roswell leaving The Simpsons in spring after a pay dispute with the Fox Broadcasting Company , which airs the show. Voice actress Marcia Mitzman Gaven was hired to fill in for Roswell's characters,  including Maude in this episode and the earlier episodes of the eleventh season,  although the producers decided to kill her off to open up new storylines for the show.
The idea came up quickly, we all latched on to it, and it just felt right. We didn't want to kill a character for the sake of killing. We wanted it to have consequences for surviving characters to deal with in future episodes. But Maude was such a vulnerable character. Maude and Lisa and Marge were the only vulnerable characters, really, everybody else has an edge.
So they [the staff] discovered that arc was lost, and now there are a lot of flashbacks with Maude. Scully has noted that "there was a lot of discussion about making sure we [the staff] did deal with some of the emotional ramifications of death [in the episode] and not just make it all joke, joke, joke. But at the same time, we're a comedy, they're animated, they're not real. However, according to Maxtone-Graham, the writing staff decided to cut it because "it just never played anything but sad.
American musician Shawn Colvin guest starred in the episode as Rachel Jordan,   a character that she would later return to voice in the episode " I'm Goin' to Praiseland " from season twelve. At the end of the episode, however, she returns and has a date with him. There was church music and that was about it. I suppose the whole 'Simpsons' thing is kind of like a hick town.
The episode originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on February 13, Scully has admitted that another reason for killing off Maude was to increase ratings for The Simpsons during the February sweeps. Gregory Hardy of the Orlando Sentinel placed it at number eleven on his list of the show's fifteen best episodes that target the world of sports. Writing for IGN , Robert Canning gave the episode a 7 out of 10 rating, commenting that he thought the three acts felt disconnected.
He wrote: "First Maude dies, then Ned dates and now Ned questions his faith. To me, these three storylines would have been better served had they been the focus of their own individual episodes. DVD Movie Guide's Colin Jacobson commented on the episode in a negative way, writing that it was "a harsh and cynical move [to kill off Maude because of Roswell's departure], though I could forgive the decision if it produced a more satisfying episode.
Perhaps the writers made this one super-sincere to counteract the inherent cynicism behind its origins, but the show just seems sappy and lame. Winnipeg Free Press columnist Randall King wrote in his review of the eleventh season of The Simpsons that there is "something undeniably funny about having Maude Flanders die by a barrage of T-shirts fired by air cannons at a speedway. But the episode Alone Again Natura-Diddily was proof that the dependably brilliant series could — and did — go seriously wrong when it turned Killing off Maude was a sin [ Before "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily" was broadcast, a promotional commercial aired on television that featured, among other things, the announcement that "one of Springfield's most beloved will die"  and a snippet of a scene from the episode with the character Lenny , sitting in the speedway spectator stand, being hit by a car tire,  giving the impression that he would be the one who would die.
Gappens said that doing a parody of that was "a real insensitive thing to do, pretty irresponsible. Obviously what might appear funny in L. Antonia Coffman, a spokeswoman for The Simpsons , told The Charlotte Observer that "the Lowe's incident didn't inspire the scene" and that the episode was not meant to offend anyone. However, he is hit by a car tire instead. Despite this, the affiliate announced that they would start the broadcast of the episode with a message warning viewers of the scene anyway.
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See more polls ». Photos Add Image. See all 2 photos ». Edit Cast Episode cast overview: Dan Castellaneta Marge Simpson voice Nancy Cartwright Lisa Simpson voice Hank Azaria Rachel Jordan voice Marcia Wallace In his usual bumbling fashion, Homer manages to include completely unnecessary and potentially harmful pieces of information about Ned, such as a close-up of Ned entering his PIN number at an ATM machine, and Ned taking a shower. Ned was hesitant to submit the video but later did so when he got lonely.
Ned then had a few dates, with Lindsey Naegle , Edna Krabappel and Diane , but none of them went well. One Sunday morning, Ned decides that he does not want to go to church, because he doubts the Lord for having taken Maude. Guilt-ridden, he later rushes to church apologizing out loud to God the whole way and arrives just in time to see Kovenant , a Christian rock band, starting to perform.
As Ned walks in, he realizes that he likes the song, and finds himself attracted both physically and spiritually to the lead singer, Rachel Jordan. After the service, Ned helps Rachel load equipment into the band's van, and strikes up a conversation with her. It turns out that the attraction is mutual, and Rachel suggests that she and Ned get together after Kovenant gets back from touring with the Monsters of Christian Rock. Ned smiles and says, "Maybe we can. My name's Ned Flanders, and I'm here every week -- rain or shine!
Due to Maggie Roswell leaving the show, the producers decided that it could be a way to explore more of Ned's character and do something different. It was then George Meyer 's idea to kill off Maude. However, not a single driver wanted to guest star due to the portrayal of the racing in the episode. The joke with Ian Maxtone-Graham's credit being huge was not his idea. Originally, the idea was for the joke to be about the credits ruining the first five minutes of an episode.
They wanted Maude's death to be funny, but not horrifying. The camera was supposed to follow Maude but pans the wrong way and the shot never got retaken due to a clerical error. In the original script, there was a scene where Rod and Todd were to discuss their mother's death before the funeral, but it just came across as sad so it was cut. The producers were unsure of how to jump from Maude's death to Ned dating again, and decided that Homer being the one to start it was the best idea as he is thoughtless.
They also didn't want Ned to be ready to move on from Maude. Canning in particular felt that the episode was hurried. He said that the "episode made a poor choice by rushing through the mourning period and moving right into Ned dating".
As of December , the episode has a 7. Lowe's Motor Speedway president Jerry Gappens expressed his concern over the episode, as the scene of Lenny being crushed by a tire appeared to parody an actual incident. During the aborted Indy Racing League IndyCar Series Visionaire k event, on May 1, , flying tires in a Lap 62 crash killed three spectators, forcing the track to abandon the race before the halfway point.
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During dinner, he tells the story of his rough time in prison. He tells them that he changed after meeting Selma who corresponded with him as part of a a prison pen-pal program. However, Bart refuses to believe that Sideshow Bob really has turned over a new leaf. Then Sideshow Bob proposes to Selma, and she agrees to marry him.
Bart is terrified of his soon-to-be new uncle, and the wedding is almost called off when Sideshow Bob confesses that he hates Selma's favorite show, MacGyver. The wedding takes place as planned, but during the honeymoon, Sideshow Bob tries to kill Selma. Luckily, Bart foils his plan. Sideshow Bob is taken away by the police, but he vows to return the next time the Democrats are in power. See also: Recaps for Season 3. Apu receives a letter from his mother in India reminding him that he has been promised in marriage to an Indian woman named Manjula voiced by Jan Hooks.
Apu cuts short his busy bachelor life and, on Homer's advice, pretends to be married to Marge to fool his mother. However, Apu's mother walks in on Homer and Marge in bed with Apu on the floor and Apu is forced to reveal the truth, and agrees to marry Manjula. The Simpsons host Apu's wedding in their backyard.
When Apu sees Manjula, he is taken with her beauty. Then he asks her what her favorite food, movie and book is. She says the answer to all three is Fried Green Tomatoes. They laugh, and Apu decides being married to Manjula might work out.
Pictured: "I'm with Cupid". See also: Profile of Apu Recaps for Season 9. Ned Flanders was happily married to Maude Flanders, until the eleventh season when she died in "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily," after getting knocked off the grandstand at a raceway by a t-shirt cannon.
Prior to her death, Maude was as religiously fervent as Ned. Edna Krabappel and Ned Flanders are an unlikely couple. When Ned saves Edna from a falling ladder in "The Ned-liest Catch," the begin bonding over their frustrating experiences with the Simpson family. However, Ned starts to doubt the strength of their relationship when he find out just how many men in Springfield Edna's been with. We don't know if they'll end up together until "Ned 'N Edna's Blend," when we and all of Springfield find out they're married.
Sadly, Marcia Wallace , the actress who played Edna, died in The Simpsons did not replace the actress. Although we never saw Edna's death, in "Four Regrettings and a Funeral," Bart writes a single line on the blackboard, "We'll really miss you Mrs. K" and a tribute appears at the credits.
See also: Remembering Marcia Wallace. Principal Skinner falls for the new music teacher, Ms. Calliope Juniper. He asks Bart to start dating her daughter, Melody, in order to keep him close for advice. Melody is crazy about Bart, and Bart soon dumps her.
When Calliope finds out, she and Melody move away from Springfield. Principal Skinner goes with them, but later Bart tells us he came back after three months. It's Valentine's Day at Springfield Elementary. When Lisa sees that Ralph Wiggum isn't getting any Valentines, she quickly gives him one "I choo choo choose you!
Ralph then believes they are in love. Not wanting to hurt his feelings, Lisa keeps up a charade of friendship with Ralph. But when he says she's his girlfriend on air at Krusty the Clown's show, she yells the truth about her feelings. Later, when Ralph saves the school play, she tells him they can still be friends. Milhouse van Houten has always had a crush on Lisa Simpson. His indifferent, rude personality attracts Lisa, so he keeps it up. Eventually, he feels guilty for being someone he's not and confesses his act to Lisa.
See also: Profile of Lisa Simpson. During the "Tweelight" portion of the episode, Lisa falls for the mysterious new boy at school named Edmund an obvious parody of Edward from Twlight , voiced by Daniel Radcliffe. When he tells her that he is a vampire, she isn't afraid, much to Milhouse's dismay he's a were-poodle.
But when it's time for Lisa to become a vampire, she realizes she doesn't want to stay eight-years old forever. But he stands her up at the dance so he and Milhouse can pull a prank on Principal Skinner. When Bart realizes he misses Greta, he visits her at home to tell her.
But he finds out she's dating Milhouse to get back at him. When Bart and Milhouse face off against each other over Greta, she decides she doesn't want either of them and that she is too young to start dating, anyway. Bart Simpson has a long history with Mary Spuckler. The first time they meet is in "Apolcalypse Cow," when Bart agrees to marry Marry guest star Zooey Deschanel in order to save his "cow" Lou.
Homer and Marge are able to trick Cletus Mary's father , so that Bart is saved from marriage and Lou is saved from the slaughterhouse. She confesses she loves Bart, but she takes off again when her family comes to take her back to Springfield. They begin dating, but when Bart spends too much time playing video games, Mary decides to date someone else.
At the end of the episode, Bart sees on a social media site that she's "single," and he sends her a message that says, "I miss you. Barts gets thrown in juvenile detention after his wedding registry scheme goes bust. While they're dancing at the prom, she decides to escape, taking Bart with her. After they're free from their handcuffs, they have a rough fight and thrown back in jail. When Gina reveals she doesn't have a family, the Simpsons show up to have dinner with her. Bart starts driving Homer's car and winds up in North Haverbrook.
There he picks up a fifteen-year old girl named Darcy guest star Natalie Portman. He likes her, so he tells her he's sixteen. They fall in love and decide to get married. At the courthouse, Bart reveals his real age and Darcy reveals that she's pregnant, but that obviously the baby isn't Bart's. He decides to marry her anyway, so they flee to Utah, where marriage laws are a little "looser. Darcy's mother explains that she's also pregnant, and they can tell everyone the baby's are twins.
Later, Bart admits to Homer he was looking forward to being a father.
On 15 September, Lehman Brothers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection , the first astonishing casualty of the sub-prime crisis. Robert Peston was so ubiquitous across the BBC that people started talking like him for a laugh. Flanders, whom I meet in a funny glass office at the BBC, like a sort of prison-guard watchtower over the rest of the floor, describes this period with what I come to realise is a very typical, nil desperandum tone of voice: "My daughter was about two months old, and I was saying to friends, 'I've missed it, it's never going to happen again.
This was the financial crisis of a lifetime. That was the big explosion, but it's gone on. The week I went back to work, in January, was the week that we officially went into recession. That was the point at which it felt like this financial event had moved to the real economy, and it became clear that it was a real economic issue. Flanders's career in economics has such depth and range that, if you read her CV as a set of requirements for her current job — indeed, any job — you'd think, well, that's just totally unreasonable.
Nobody could have worked for the US Treasury department and written leaders for the Financial Times; nobody can have been trashing the admissions policy of Club Euro one minute, and taking calls at three in the morning to stop Korea defaulting the next. Especially when they're not even 30 well, now she's 43; but she was 29 when she became a speech writer for Tim Geithner , who was then under-secretary of the US Treasury for international affairs, and is now the 75th and current US secretary of the treasury.
She knows everybody. She's like the Elton John of finance. But, of course, if there's one lesson that history post has taught us, it's that we've got to stop being so impressed by economists. There's no point understanding the danger of an iceberg if you say it out loud only once we've all smashed into it. Does Flanders think the whole profession has been discredited, in view of this gigantic disaster we're living through? Economics , of course; journalism was discredited years ago.
Banks didn't understand what was going on on their trading floors, they didn't understand what was being sold. So there's been a lesson for the city. I think both I at Newsnight and Evan [Davis], and plenty of other journalists, warned in a general way that the good times couldn't last for ever. But saying that in a general way and actually getting to grips with what would happen and what the risks were, again, I feel like I did some of it but certainly not enough.
Flanders sees the euro as a whole different magnitude of irresponsibility. While she was writing leader columns on the FT, she wrote a scathing piece about how Italy shouldn't even want to join the euro, if it was prepared to have Italy as a member. It was so trenchant and so ill-received that the paper's editor, Richard Lambert, had to go on Italian television to defend it.
I feel like I've spent the last year or two, with the eurozone crisis, pointing out how little economists were listened to. Because there were some very obvious flaws that were pointed out very clearly at the time. Someone put it to me, if you have a politician saying, 'We want to build a nuclear reactor here' and the nuclear physicists say, 'If you build it here, you're going to have a big accident', usually the politicians go away and build it somewhere else. But in the case of the euro, they said, 'We're going to build it here, and we just won't have any accidents.
Shortly after calling Italy a drunk uncle though these events were unconnected , Flanders moved to America as a speech writer. It's not really about spin, it's about being able to explain a policy; if you can't, it's not going to go through.
Having said that, Flanders notes wryly that nothing she writes these days is as unreadable as the stuff she used to produce as a speech writer. And this opening duty — to make something comprehensible, not just so as to tick the box marked "communications", but rather so laypeople can properly grasp it — has been Flanders's abiding motivation since. She has personal regrets about leaving the arena of policy. I'm conscious of not being a participant. And occasionally at G20 summits, I feel sort of wistful at not being on the other side.
I suppose what's unusual about Flanders is her tone: where other commentators get a clear thrill from disaster, the BBC's economics editor is much more sober. And that's something I focus hard on resisting because, let's face it, there's no shortage of genuine bad news. The striking case of this is when she talks about the euro. I'd never felt saddened by the failure of the currency itself, until I listened to Flanders. It was quite an ambitious project, which had pros and cons, but it was basically mis-sold to everybody.
So the Germans were sold it as a way of spreading a German approach to economics, and German stability, across the eurozone; but they were told that it would come without any obligations on them, there would be no bailouts. At the same time, the others were told this was a quick ticket to German stability, and they would get low interest rates and low inflation, and they weren't told: there's one catch — you have to be as competitive as Germany for ever.
And if you do have any problems, all the usual tools you'd use to get out of them won't be available to you. For many of these countries, the implication is years more austerity, which has a big sign on it saying, 'Brought to you by the euro. This is probably as forthright as Flanders ever sounds, since she is bound by that annoying BBC code that demands neutrality from everybody. Generally, I don't think she minds — she doesn't seem desperately ideological to me, or rather she prizes her impartiality the way others might prize their political faith.
She's incredibly good at commenting on matters of government in a way that sounds naturally balanced, rather than even-handed by contractual requirement. Of Osborne's latest budget , she says, "For me, it was one of those budgets, the first for a long time, that was politically terribly exciting and interesting, and economically not very exciting at all. Nothing had really changed, when you sat down and looked at the broad economic picture, but there had been all this exciting shifting of the political cards.
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