Recap: Watch Fox's Sunday Night Premieres

Episode: "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes" After being arrested for rioting on St. Patrick's day, Homer decides to become a bounty hunter. He convinces Flanders to join him, while Marge unknowingly takes a job at an erotic bakery. If you're a fan of the show, all of that should sound great to you.

Episode: "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes" After being arrested for rioting on St. Patrick's day, Homer decides to become a bounty hunter. He convinces Flanders to join him, while Marge unknowingly takes a job at an erotic bakery. If you're a fan of the show, all of that should sound great to you. Silly jobs and wild adventures with Flanders are what make The Simpsons great. I (along with most other fans) have considered the later seasons hit or miss, but if season 20 continues on with episodes like this, I would be very satisfied. I thought the parkour chase through the city was funny as hell. They did do a lot of hinting to another Sideshow Bob episode, though, which is the last thing we need. The only thing worse than a Sideshow Bob episode is a Lisa episode. I won't say anymore, I don't want to jinx us.

Grade: B

King of the Hill

Episode: "1,600 Candles" Steve starts to hit puberty and Francine is having a hard time dealing, so she gets some stuff from some scientists that is supposed to stop him from aging. Instead it turns him into a toddler, who is equally annoying. When they try to cure him, he turns into an old man and so on and so on. There's also a sub-plot about Roger's birthday, which doesn't really go anywhere. Like I think most people do, I think American Dad is by far the weakest part of the Sunday night line-up and this premiere does nothing to change that. There are a few chuckles, but if you think Family Guy is juvenile, then this probably watches like something written by a horny middle schooler. You would think pube jokes would still be funny, but I guess they have just gotten old. It's sad, really.

Grade: C-