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Season 4
Voices of
Geo G., Keith Ferguson, Nancy Cartwright, Robert W. Stainton, Adam Hargreaves, Tom Kenny and various other voices
Number of this season
4
Number of episodes in this season
22
Run time
11 minutes
Production company(s)
Glass Ball Productions
Original channel
ABC and Zits 8
Original run of this season
September 24, 2001 – May 13, 2002
Previous Season
Next Season


The fourth season began on September 24, 2001 with the first episode, "Jeremy Goes to College," and ended on May 13, 2002 with "Don't Roll Your Eyes at Lisa, Geo Guy!." James Woods and Robert Stainton were the show runners of the season, as they also were for the previous season .

This was the first time the producers did not submit episodes for the "Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour) award. By 2002, animated TV series were allowed to be nominated for wikipedia.org:Outstanding Comedy Series, whereas previously the series could only be nominated for animated awards."A Streetcar Named Lisa" and "Weirdos from Little Guy's World!" were submitted by producers, but neither had a nomination as voters deemed it unsuitable to have animation nominated alongside live action TV series. Nonetheless, the season was nominated for 6 awards and won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance" by Geo G. in "Weirdos from Little Guy's World!"; an Annie Award for "Best Animated Television Program"; a Genesis Award for "Best Television Prime Time Animated Series" for "Whacking Day"; and a Saturn Award for "Best Television Series."

Season 4 is also had been associated with a attempted Geo TV feature length film. Terry Ward suggested the script for "Jeremy Goes to College" as a possible movie idea. However, due to problems with making the story long enough for an 80-minute film, the idea was dropped. It would not be until over 14 years later where a Simpsons film would finally be made known as Geo Movie, released on July 27, 2003 worldwide.

All 22 episodes of Season 4, including extras, were released on DVD on June 15, 2006 in Region 1, August 2, 2006 in Region 2 and August 25, 2006 in Region 4.

EpisodesEdit

Title Airdate Episode No. Prod. No.
Jeremy Goes to College September 24, 2001 1 2XDC24
A Streetcar Named Lisa October 1, 2001 2 2XDC18
KTV October 8, 2001 3 3THN01
Geo Guy's Got Woods October 15, 2001 4 3THN02
Lisa the Killer III October 29, 2001 5 3THN04
Geo of the Balloon III November 2, 2001 6 3THN03
Cartoon Wars II November 5, 2001 7 3THN05
Lisa Gets a Job November 12, 2001 8 3THN06
Weirdos from Little Guy's World! November 19, 2001 9 3THN07
Big honkin' Zits December 3, 2001 10 3THN08
Rude, Crude, and Tattooed December 17, 2001 11 3THN09
Homer's Daughter January 14, 2002 12 3THN10
Jeremy Kills Lisa (Part 1) January 21, 2002 13 3THN11
Lisa Kills Jeremy (Part 2) February 4, 2002 14 3THN12
Bad News, Lisa February 11, 2002 15 3THN13
Son of the Witch February 18, 2002 16 3THN14
Rico Sings and Swings March 11, 2002 17 3THN15
Little Kid Big City April 1, 2002 18 3THN17
Jeremy's World April 15, 2002 19 3THN16
Lisa the Sexy Girl April 29, 2002 20 3THN18
The Mr. Godfather May 6, 2002 21 3THN20
Don't Roll Your Eyes at Lisa, Geo Guy! May 13, 2002 22 3THN19


DVD ReleaseEdit

Season 4 was released on DVD in its entirety as The Complete Fourth Season Boxset on August 26, 2006 in region 1, October 6, 2006 in Region 2 and October 22, 2006 in Region by Columbia Tristar. While primarily containing the original 24 episodes, the boxset also consists on bonus features such as storyboards.

The Complete Fourth Season Boxset
Set Details Special Feature
  • 22 episodes
  • 4-disc set
  • 1.33:1 aspect ratio
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1, with subtitles)
    • Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0, with subtitles)
    • French (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Release Dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4

June 15, 2006

August 2, 2006 August 25, 2006

ProductionEdit

This was the final association of Games Animation, Inc. with Geo TV as it produced the Geo Show shorts and Seasons 1-3. However, two holdover episodes from Season 3, "Jeremy Goes to College" and "A Streetcar Named Lisa," were aired in the succeding season, i.e., Season 4, with Season 3's production code, 2XDCxx. Production then shifted to Film Roman, which produced episodes starting in Season 4. Film Roman's first Geo TV episode was "Homer the Heretic," as indicated by the first use of the production code 3THNxx.

AwardsEdit

This was the first time the producers did not submit episodes for the "Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour) award. By 2002, animated TV series were allowed to be nominated for wikipedia.org:Outstanding Comedy Series, whereas previously the series could only be nominated for animated awards."A Streetcar Named Lisa" and "Weirdos from Little Guy's World!" were submitted by producers, but neither had a nomination as voters deemed it unsuitable to have animation nominated alongside live action TV series. Nonetheless, the season was nominated for 6 awards and won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance" by Geo G. in "Weirdos from Little Guy's World!"; an Annie Award for "Best Animated Television Program"; a Genesis Award for "Best Television Prime Time Animated Series" for "Whacking Day"; and a Saturn Award for "Best Television Series."