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After 3 seasons of craziness Al Jean gets the series steering in the right direction again. Focusing more on characters and generally improving the comedy, season 13 brings the series into a respectable, if slightly forgettable, position.
Funny at times but sometimes it isn't funny at all, show has been going on too long now i think, overall it is isn't too bad
With the fifth showrunner debuting this year, Al Jean, the show is finally starting to feel like life is seeping into it again, as there is actual story this time around to accompany the jokes.
Returning to its peak form in that decade, The Simpsons again resort to their own unusual tricks to bring you a full season of episodes. However, it at least has some watchable gems and some underated episodes (such as 'Jaws Wired Shut' and 'She of Little Faith', and 'The Lastest Gun in the West' and 'Tales From the Public Domain', respectively), which do compensate for some of the worst they have to offer in that season.