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  • I have no done.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Worst things The Simpsons have done to Grandpa Simpson.

  • I'm cold in there.

  • Wolves after me.

  • Please go back.

  • You can make it My birthday present over the lips and past the gums.

  • Lookout dentures.

  • Here I come for this list.

  • We're looking at times the Simpson family has been rude, dismissive, or downright cool to Grandpa were on Lee looking at canonical episodes.

  • So anything outside of a treehouse of horror or anthology episode is fair game.

  • Did we miss something awful?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • If you can think of another moment where Abe Simpson deserved more from his family.

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  • I'm coming around the bend and back.

  • Yes.

  • E wouldn't searching number 10 leaving him in the car.

  • What do you do with your relative after he has a meltdown at church?

  • Just leave him in the car when you go out to breakfast.

  • According to The Simpsons, people on Springfield Heat this morning Twisted tale 1000 eyes grandpa has an apocalyptic vision about the future of Springfield.

  • That leaves his fellow churchgoers reeling.

  • The family so used to grandpas antics that instead of listening to him or getting him help, they simply roll him up in a carpet and leave him in the car at their post church breakfast.

  • Grandpas outburst was clearly a cry for help.

  • Maybe he would have calmed down if they'd cared enough to feed him.

  • Wait a minute.

  • I'm still in the car.

  • Oh, right, Yes.

  • Number nine.

  • Leaving him alone in the woods while running home from a late night at most Tavern, Homer encounters his very lost, very confused father alone in the woods.

  • Oh, done.

  • I'm glad to see you.

  • I went for the morning paper and I got lost.

  • And no time for you, old man.

  • Instead of taking Grandpa back to the retirement home where he lives, Homer ignores his desperate pleas and just pushes him out of the way leaving him for dead love.

  • God helping.

  • I've been here for four days, and the turtles got ahold of my teeth.

  • Here.

  • He is gonna be one thing.

  • If Homer had plans to go back for Grandpa but that doesn't seem likely here.

  • Poor Abe has to stay lost until hopefully someone with empathy discovers him.

  • Someone who is clearly not his son.

  • Way bit me with my own T number eight, leaving him frozen alive in a peek into the future Homer in his two grandsons, visit Grandpa, who had himself cryogenically frozen until they found a cure for his illness.

  • He throws himself because he was sick and there was no cure.

  • Are they working on one?

  • Oh, they found it.

  • But don't tell him this is way cheaper than a nursing home.

  • Turns out they found a cure years ago, homers just keeping him there because freezing him is way cheaper than putting him back in a retirement home.

  • Homer's laziness and stinginess prevents Grandpa from living out the final days of his life.

  • Do you?

  • Next Christmas makes you wonder how Grandpa Homer would feel of his grandsons.

  • Did that to him.

  • Apparently, you can put a price on your parents lives.

  • Lawn chair breaking free hair losing march loving, parameter dropping Father freezing number seven, accusing him of lying about the flying hell fish.

  • Stop your snickering.

  • I spent three years on that toilet.

  • There's nothing mawr embarrassing to Barton grandpas ranting and raving in front of his class on Grandparent's Day money.

  • Parents is trying to kill me, and it's all be cut of.

  • I can't tell you what.

  • Well, I'm sure you'll make up something.

  • Maybe you just need more of my classmates around.

  • He's so embarrassed that he refuses to believe grandpa when he tells him about the curse of the flying hell fish, an old packed he made with his platoon in World War two.

  • Well, if you say burns life, what does he want to kill you?

  • Grandpa?

  • Stories may have seemed far fetched, but Bart still should have listened to his grandfather and tried to bond with him before Mr Burns crashed through his bedroom window.

  • My own grandson thinks I'm a liar.

  • No kill our grandparent's air, only around for so long to tell us their stories.

  • Maybe it's time we put Grandpa in a home already put him in a home.

  • Maybe it's time we put him in one where he can't get out.

  • No Number six strangling him.

  • It's true that Homer Simpson's biggest vice other than beer, is strangling his son.

  • The other day, Bart, The little Dickins.

  • I said I had an Elefant, but so anyway, I'm strangling him.

  • But that had to come from somewhere, right?

  • Turns out Young Homer was strangling his father years before he had barred is a target.

  • Look at these.

  • Great.

  • They're a disgrace.

  • No TV for a week.

  • Why you?

  • Didn't I?

  • We've all dealt with people, even our parents underestimating us, but to retaliate to the point of strangling your own father.

  • That's pretty unforgivable to emphasize the seriousness of this situation.

  • I'm going to turn my chair around backwards.

  • Young Homer should have taken a breath, collected himself and left the table before he resorted to such senseless violence against the man who raised and fed him Number five forgetting about him when they moved to Terror Lake.

  • Here you go.

  • Whoa!

  • Wanna kill convertible?

  • When the Simpsons Air forced into the witness protection program to protect Bart from escaped killer sideshow Bob, the family skips town so fast they completely forget about Grandpa.

  • Hello.

  • Hello.

  • You have my pills.

  • He ends up outside being chased by wolves.

  • I'm cold in there.

  • Wolves after me.

  • Maybe it's understandable that the Simpsons would want to leave as quickly as possible, given the circumstances.

  • But Grandpa didn't come up once in their conversations with witness protection.

  • It's definitely possible to forget about clothing or even furniture while moving.

  • But a whole family member they could have at least told him they were leaving.

  • Look what happened without my pills, huh?

  • Bark.

  • Run upstairs.

  • Get grandpas.

  • Medicine number four, Putting him in a bad retirement home.

  • The Springfield Retirement Castle doesn't seem like a suitable place for anyone to live, much less Grandpa Simpson.

  • All right, here's your medication.

  • Wait a minute.

  • This ain't no pill.

  • It's a cord nut.

  • Over and over, we learn all kinds of ways.

  • The employees cut corners and genuinely endanger their aging, helpless residents.

  • Mine threw away.

  • The Simpsons aren't rich, so it makes sense that they can't afford to put grandpa up in the fanciest places.

  • But the Springfield Retirement castle even refuse to buy pills for their residents after prescription drug prices went up.

  • Let me explain for behind the cage.

  • Now you're pills have become very expensive and no one gives a rat's ass about you.

  • So after a lot of thought, we decided to let you go cold turkey.

  • That's just unsafe.

  • No one sane would let their beloved relative live under those circumstances.

  • I'm gonna fight this thing.

  • He's crazy.

  • But what are you going to do?

  • He's young number three, fantasizing about killing him.

  • When Homer and Grandpa get into a terrible car accident, Homer suffocates grandpa rather than calling the ambulance.

  • Eventually I'll die in your home, which will hurt the resale value.

  • But it'll all be with Grandpa lays out all of the care he's gonna require in the aftermath of the accident, and Homer decides a dead father is easier to handle than an annoying injured one.

  • Oh, it turns out this was all just a dream like fantasy and an elaborate nod to The Sopranos.

  • But who knew that Homer's happy thoughts included visions of patricide?

  • Oh, I was having the most wonderful dream.

  • The act was so cruel that critic Robert Canning described Homers fantasy as the quote least funny thing he'd ever seen on the show.

  • Number two, not letting them use the bathroom.

  • Can I go to the bathroom before we leave?

  • We're gonna get home.

  • I don't wanna miss inside the actor's studio, The Simpsons completely ignored Grandpa when he begged them to make a pit stop on the way home from a family outing.

  • There's a rest area.

  • Pull over.

  • Get up!

  • No, we're making great time.

  • Bunkie.

  • Everyone thought he was just being a nuisance and that he'd actually be okay waiting to go until they got home.

  • Please go back.

  • You can make it my birthday present.

  • The consequences were a lot more serious, though.

  • Oh, dear God.

  • This Mans kidneys have exploded.

  • There's nothing left.

  • Grandpas.

  • Kidneys actually exploded before he could get to the bathroom.

  • If The Simpsons had listened to Grandpa, they could have avoided a major health crisis that ended with home Are being forced to give his father a kidney.

  • All this because Grandpa accidentally drank too much sass.

  • Perilla can't get a good Gasparilla like this back in Springfield it and grease up the blood number one.

  • Keeping him away from his girlfriend's birthday party.

  • Ah, yellow one for my arrhythmia and two of the bluest eyes I've ever seen in my life.

  • When Grandpa meets Beatrice Simmons, he instantly falls in love with her.

  • It's the definition of sweet.

  • Hey, there's room for all your friends in the car.

  • No, she's not invisible, you idiot!

  • She it's her birthday tonight.

  • However, the Simpsons think Abe is lying when he says he has a girlfriend and they drag him away from the retirement home, causing him to Miss Bea's birthday party by the time Grandpa gets home, be has passed away.

  • I'm sorry to be the one to tell you this, but be passed away last night.

  • Oh, no.

  • Anyway, he shake it.

  • The Simpson family deprived grandpa of spending one last day with the love of his life.

  • Even if he had lived, it would still have been cruel to keep them apart.

  • You made me miss the last precious moments of Bea's life.

  • I'll never speak to you again.

  • Do you agree with our picks?

  • Let us know in the comments.

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