Monthly Archives: February 2015

“Homer at the Bat” Revisited

On Feb. 20, 1992, more American homes tuned into The Simpsons than they did The Cosby Show or the Winter Olympics from Albertville, France. A foul-mouthed cartoon on a fourth-place network bested the Huxtables and the world’s best amateur athletes. … Continue reading

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Simpsons Trivia @Bragg’s, Feb. Edition

Bragg’s Diner welcomed us back for another round of Simpsons Trivia!  Categories included the “Leg Up Program” to get everyone warmed up, we also covered politics with “Don’t Blame Me, I Voted for Kodos”, “It Stinks” featuring all John Lovitz-related … Continue reading

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It’s December 1941 in Casablanca. What time is it in Springfield?

There are a few key relationships that keep The Simpsons on course: Bart & Lisa’s plucky sibling camaraderie, Selma & Patty’s mutual hatred of Homer, and Smithers’ blind love of Mr. Burns. The most central and important to the series … Continue reading

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Nobody rocks as hard as KaraokeFanboy Podcast! (We’re on a Podcast!)

We’re special! Our friend Russ (of Karaoke Fanboy Press and Amazing Arizona Comics) featured us in interview with on the latest installment of his podcast! We talk about Flim Springfield, as well as hosting Phoenix’s Simpsons Trivia night at Bragg’s Factory Diner. The episode also … Continue reading

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Coming soon: Casablanca!

Check back in the next few days to see our latest recasting effort: Casablanca!

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #1!

Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel dancing in the cafeteria What can we say about this one? Principal Skinner and Ms. Krabappel are two lonely souls who really deserve love. Seeing them find each other is beautiful. And the scene where they lock … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #2!

Homer using his boutonnière to repair Marge’s dress that Artie ripped Young Homer the dumbass and young Marge the studious achiever seemed like an unlikely combination, but his inner sweetness ends up winning her over. This little gesture sums it … Continue reading

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