My Sister, My Sitter
Studio: Gracie Films Release Date : March 2, 1997 Series: Simpsons
Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted

Synopsis

Lisa becomes a successful babysitter with the parents of Springfield. But when Marge and Homer out her in charge of of the house while they're at the Springfield Squidport grand re-opening, Bart, outraged that his younger sister is the boss of him, does everything he can to make the night difficult for her.
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Characters

Homer Simpson
(Voice: Dan Castellaneta)
Marge Simpson
(Voice: Julie Kavner)
Bartholomew JoJo “Bart” Simpson
(Voice: Nancy Cartwright)
Lisa Simpson
(Voice: Yeardley Smith)
Maggie Simpson
Mayor "Diamond" Joe Quimby
Dr. Julius Hibbert
Krusty the Clown
Chief Clancy Wiggum
Moe Szyslak
Sideshow Mel
Maude Flanders
Ned Flanders
Helen Lovejoy
Otto Mann
Hans Moleman
Dr. Nick Riviera
Comic Book Guy

Credits

Director

Jim Reardon

Music

Alf Clausen

Producer

Richard Sakai

Production Coordinator

Felicia Nalivansky-Caplan

Storyboards

Christian Roman
Kevin O'Brien

Creator

Matt Groening

Developed By

James L. Brooks
Matt Groening
Sam Simon

Writer

Dan Greaney

Animation Executive Producer

Philip "Phil" Roman

Executive Consultant

Brad Bird

Animation Timer

David Bastian

Assistant Director

Mark Ervin

Overseas Animation Director

Utit Choomuang


Broadcasters

Fox (Original broadcast network)

Television

The Simpsons (Season 8, Episode 17)

DVD

United States

The Simpsons: The Complete Eighth Season

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 22:46
Production No.: 4F13
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Color Type: Color
Print Type: Video (NTSC)
Negative Type: 35mm
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From PopKorn Kat :

I actually don’t mind Bart being a jerk towards Lisa. You’ve gotten saddled with being babysat by your younger sister; I can imagine that being pretty embarrassing. It’s simply not as strong or as funny as the show’s best.
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