I Love The Simpsons
(paras 1 & 2)
I am fascinated by The Simpsons, the American cartoon TV series. I love every member in the American family of the Simpsons. There (are) is no rigid and (unsavory, any better adjective?) moral teachings or hackneyed storylines (something) like those of a handsome prince who finally married with a beautiful princess (and they lived happily ever after). I have a lot of fun watching the shows and come to learn about love and American culture (through)from it. Even many scenarios look so familiar and real as if they just had happened (on)to me, my friends or my neighbors(any of us) not (far) long ago.
Homer Simpson was the father. He was not rich, not exceptionally capable, not handsome (-)- just (a very little hair) a little bald, and had shortcomings as well. However he was a lovely daddy(,) who always had fun with his mischievious son(—),Bart(,). They played video games together(,) and even (made fun on the roof dangerously) were engaged in some antics on the roof. How wonderful the dad was! (What a wonderful dad he was!). I realise that (Many) Chinese parents (always) tend to preach (at) to their kids and expect their own kids to (go one better) emulate them but they forget to spend time to play and laugh with (kids) them.
Marge Simpson was the affectionate mother. She wore a towering beehive of a hairdo. Well, I was quite impressed by one of her lines –There’s always some times in your life, you will say I am with you. Yes, she did it (?). Her husband was not rich but she always (firmly stayed with) stand by him without (whines or complaints) whining or complaining. I learn how to love from Mrs. Simpson.
not a teacher