I think Lewis Clark has had more presence in recent seasons as a frequent Bart's friend. I would like to see the same with Richard.
In Lisa's case, it would be fine with Janey (best friend), Allison (friendly rival), Sherri and Terri (the not-so-friends) and Alex (the fashion girl).
There are two options:
The people of Springfield wouldn't allow Cooder and Spud to take the Simpsons house and they would chase them away to give the house back to the Simpsons (Hard to imagine nowadays, but yes, the people of Springfield has been nice to the Simpsons a few times).
What's the name of this recurrent background girl from Bart's class?
According to Virtual Bart and the Wiki, her name is Nina Skalka, but i read in some pages that Mrs. Krabappel mentioned her name and it was Melissa.
I don't think this was a bad episode, but it felt so abstract that I couldn't fully enjoy it.
Some details such as, for example, the absence of Maggie during the entire episode, the idea of Homer and Marge having no problem in abandoning their children in another state far from home, and same...
I don't see Laura being jealous of Jimbo. Considering how everyone is in the show, I don't think she had problems finding another bad guy. And she was never Bart's girlfriend, it was just a one-sided crush from Bart. The closest thing to a romantic interaction from Laura was to tell him that she...
No way. The writers would have to rewrite the entire episode to made it work, maybe as a haunted rag for a Treehouse of Horror segment. If the idea is just having an antology episode, just put the Simpsons into a museum or something.
Maybe The Springfield files? Homer's was born in May 12, 1956. (The thing about Homer's and Santa's little helper's birthdays in the same day kinda confuses me, considering the dog was adopted and there's no way they could know when his birthday is)
Yes. Even with her little cameos, she had a main role in just one episode and was voiced by a guest star.
She didn't. She had a bit of relevance in Marge Gamer during Lisa's soccer game, but she didn't speak.