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Simpsonid Flaming Moe's (1989– ) Online
Original Title :
Flaming Moeu0027s
Genre :
TV Episode / Animation / Comedy
Year :
Directror :
Rich Moore,Alan Smart
Cast :
Dan Castellaneta,Julie Kavner,Nancy Cartwright
Writer :
Matt Groening,James L. Brooks
Type :
TV Episode
Time :
Rating :
Simpsonid Flaming Moe's (1989– ) Online

Moe claims a drink that Homer invented is his own, with the drink making the bar a local hot spot, but threatens his friendship with Homer. {locallinks-homepage}
Episode cast overview:
Dan Castellaneta Dan Castellaneta - Homer Simpson / Barney Gumble / Barfly #1 / Krusty the Clown / Mayor Quimby / 'How's the world treating you, Mr. Gumble?' (voice)
Julie Kavner Julie Kavner - Marge Simpson / Selma Bouvier / Patty Bouvier (voice)
Nancy Cartwright Nancy Cartwright - Bart Simpson / Wanda / Nelson Muntz / Maggie Simpson (voice)
Yeardley Smith Yeardley Smith - Lisa Simpson (voice)
Hank Azaria Hank Azaria - Drederick Tatum / Moe Szyslak / Paparazzo / Quimby's Aide / Professor Frink / Delivery Man (voice)
Harry Shearer Harry Shearer - Kent Brockman / Coughing Man / Barfly #2 / Harv Bannister / Bernard / Lenny / Hugh Jass / Tough Bartender (voice)
Jo Ann Harris Jo Ann Harris - Susan / Collette the Waitress (voice)
Russi Taylor Russi Taylor - Janey Powell / Martin Prince (voice)
Steven Tyler Steven Tyler - Himself (voice)
Joe Perry Joe Perry - Himself (voice)
Tom Hamilton Tom Hamilton - Himself (voice)
Joey Kramer Joey Kramer - Himself (voice)
Phil Hartman Phil Hartman - Lionel Hutz (voice)
Marcia Wallace Marcia Wallace - Edna Krabappel (voice)

User reviews



Flaming Moes is one of my favorite Simpsons episodes,its a laugh from start to finish.

Homer teaches Moe how to make his favorite homemade alcoholic drink,the "Flaming Homer",but Moe steals the recipe (cough syrup and light it on fire)and calls it the Flaming Moe and changes his bars name to Flaming Moes and,it becomes a huge success ,he starts making a lot more money than before and even gets Aerosmith (guest starring)to play at the tavern.




So many memorable details to this one. Like, the invention of the Flaming Homer as a result of Patty drinking his last beer; or that Bart's prank backfire leads to an utterly polite conversation (with the real Hugh Jass); or that Aerosmith become a running gag by virtue of playing a show for free pickled eggs; or Moe's tavern reimagined as the bar from "Cheers" . . .

The basic story is rock-solid (a patented drink threatening the friendship between Homer and Moe) but the wit throughout is fantastic. I have to confess that it's Mayor Quimby's "It can be two things!" Internet meme that brought me here (it's a great line), but I got a killer episode out of it.



I thought this episode of the simpsons was really really well done. It is easily the best episode of season 3.

This is what happens in the episode: (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)Moe and his tavern are in serious financial trouble. After he runs out of beer, Homer decides to tell him about a drink recipe that he accidentally invented one night, called the "Flaming Homer". He explains that after Patty and Selma made the Simpson family watch slides from their latest vacation, he was unable to find a beer (after Patty took the last can). He decided to mix together drops of liquor from near-empty bottles and accidentally included a bottle of Krusty Brand non-narcotic cough syrup. When Patty dropped cigarette ash in the drink and set it on fire, Homer discovered that fire greatly enhanced the flavor of the drink.

Moe steals Homer's recipe and begins serving the "Flaming Moe" as his own concoction. Moe sees his business boom, and his tavern soon becomes one of the trendiest nightspots in Springfield and Aerosmith's official hangout. Homer becomes angry with Moe and vows never to return to the tavern. He subsequently becomes obsessed with Moe and his betrayal.

A Flaming HomerAfter the waitress Moe has hired discovers that Moe stole the recipe from Homer, she convinces him to sell the drink and give half of the money to Homer. Restaurant chain owners become interested in purchasing the secret ingredient for the drink, offering Moe $1,000,000 for it.

Moe is about to accept the deal — and share half of the money with Homer — when Homer arrives at the tavern and climbs on top of Aerosmith's set. He gets his revenge on Moe by revealing to everyone in the bar that the secret ingredient is ordinary cough syrup.

Within days, nearly all restaurants in Springfield are serving Flaming Moes (under slightly altered names, such as Flaming Meaux), and Moe's business has greatly decreased. Homer stops in and finds that Moe now understands what he did wrong and is not angry at Homer. He even gives Homer a "Flaming Homer" on the house.

10/10 :D


In this episode we see Moe the bartender steal a drink idea from Homer and become rich and famous as a result. Poor Homer sets out to prove the fact that Moe stole his idea, all with hilarious results. We also see some famous guest voices from the band Aerosmith, with Bart's teacher, Mrs. Krabappel, hilariously trying to seduce the members of the band. The opening theme and credits of the TV show Cheers is also parodied as the Flaming Moe's bar. We also see one Bart's famous Moe's prank calls backfire on him for once as the fake name he uses turns out to be a real person. Definitely one of the best Simpsons episodes from the early years of the series.


This is the tenth episode of the third season of the Simpsons and it is a laughter riot. I was laughing nonstop especially when we learn how Homer made his secret alcoholic recipe. There is a touching theme here on the value of friendship and how success does not equal friendship. Also, Aerosmith was an excellent guest star because they knew how to rock out.

In this episode, "Flaming Moe's", Homer introduces Moe his recipe which he invented and Moe decides to betray his friend and uses the recipe as his own invention which gives him lots of success, but may have lost Homer as a friend.

Overall, another excellent episode. It was really funny. I also liked when Bart does his usual prank call and he almost gets caught. But Aerosmith so far is one of the greatest guest stars to appear in an Simpsons episode to date. I rate this episode 9/10.


I'm going through the whole "Simpsons" TV series, starting from season 1 -- and this is the first episode I'd rate a 5/10 or lower. Most of the jokes didn't make me laugh.

The Aerosmith guest bit is completely uninspired. It could've been Kiss or AC/DC and the substance of the joke wouldn't have changed at all. The joke is that Aerosmith is in Moe's Tavern and playing one of their songs. Not very creative.

Michael Jackson's guest appearance (season 3, episode 1) was much better. Granted, the episode revolved around him. So what else about the episode, besides Aerosmith?

It's a morality play worse than any modern kids' show. Seriously, the morals of Steven Universe and My Little Pony are more clever and nuanced than this. The Simpsons can do episodes with heart and/or a message (see Lisa's Substitute or Homer Defined). This one just feels half-baked.

Apparently there's a "Cheers" reference, but I haven't seen that show. I did like the alternative animation style (static images) used during the "Flaming Moe's" song. From reading online, that sequence was a Cheers reference.

I was grossed out by the composition of the Flaming Homer drink. That's part of the humor, but it's not the kind of humor I usually like.

Some jokes were funny - the gratuitous use of women as eye-candy in Kent Brockman's video series and his 7-part look at "the bikini". The Springfield Tire Fire is hilarious.

I wish I spent my time watching this episode doing something else. I don't feel fulfilled by it at all.