I am reading the book about the Simpsons, and I am stuck on this part of the text:

'The Simpsons had long produced finely crafted storytelling that gave each of an episode’s principal characters something to do and wrapped up every plot thread. Those elements were left by the wayside in several Season 9 episodes, mostly as a way to skip over plot holes and cram characters into bizarre situations.'

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To wrap something up means to conclude it. The author means to say that each sub plot was given a conclusion. He/she seems to suggest in season 9 that several episodes left sub plots unfinished.

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