Capturing the Simpsons
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Lisa tell at this is her family. In the movie Homer blowing up during a game of Chutes and Ladders. Another scene features Bart breaking dishes and Homer walking in with bare feet and Marge cleans up after them and Lisa wishes her a "Happy Birthday".
An audience member notes "what a wonderful film about horrible people." After the premiere gets the film a standing ovation. The Simpson family was not happy about was Lisa do to the movie. Marge asked Lisa how she could do such a thing to them. Lisa said lots of things got changed in the editing room, but it was she who edited the film. Bart said then to Lisa, "I knew you were lame, but I never imagined you were bogus." Marge said she was usually a supporter of her but her film humiliated the family in front of the whole world. Lisa said she was just trying to capture her "unique and quirky" home life. Homer said "quirky" was an old lady giving someone the finger and said she made the family look like monsters. Lisa said no one was going to see or hear about the film outside of the festival but Comic Book Guy was already posting a glowing review on his blog, "Ain't I Fat News". After Nelson Muntz's movie Life Blows Chunks had the premiere it became more popular, and Lisa's film was only shown on the partners of Alaska Airlines.
Skinner offered her support of the documentary after he seeing a film some she served as a school project. It was he who decided that she would make a documentary about the Simpson family after Lisa tells to him at her family is her drama. After Chalmers found out what happened, they decided to submit the film to Sundance, where it was accepted.
Lisa start to work on her documentary, when to filming the family having breakfast. Lisa tells everyone to just be themselves and forces Homer to remove his toupee. He said he was going for a "Shia LeBeouf thing." Homer starts smooching on Marge, which grosses Bart out. Lisa captures all of the goings-on in the Simpson house, Marge folding the same shirt over and over because she's focused on the TV, Bart kissing and then punching his teddy bear, the pets in a tug of war with Maggie, Homer passed out on the lawn. The schoolband adds a score to Lisa's film and the bullies become Foley artists, "awesoming up the sound effects" by punching Martin to sweeten the sound of Marge pounding on the bottom of a ketchup bottle.
Behind the Laughter
The film is a parody of Capturing the Friedmans.